With the advent of shale gas, Pennsylvania has seen an influx of interest both on a national and international level. As a result, we have expanded our services to provide a local presence for companies who are new to the area. By applying our knowledge and skills from the formation to the point of sale, we optimize your operations resulting in higher production, more efficient operations, and a stronger return on investment.
Open Hole Crevices
Underwater Open Hole Crevices
Open Hole with Water Spraying Out of Rock
Hole in 6 5/8" Casing with Water Running In
Top of 6 5/8" Pipe
Fallen Piece of Pipe
Collars Stacked in Hole
Shards of Pipe
Junk in Hole
Underwater Shards of Pipe
The history of down hole problem diagnosis has been often based on feel and a best guess. How many times have we wished if we could only see what is going on down there. Through our camera service, we are now able to show you a real time picture of what is happening down hole. Providing you with the information you need to make the best decision.
Federal regulations (49 CFR Part 192.625) state: "A combustible gas in a distribution line must contain a natural odorant or be odorized so that at a concentration in air of one-fifth of the lower explosive limit, the gas is readily detectable by a person with a normal sense of smell." These regulations state further that "each operator shall conduct periodic sampling of combustible gases to assure the proper concentration of odorant in accordance with this section."
Our qualified technicians can test your gas in order to determine if it has the proper odor level to meet this standard.