Advanced Completions and Production Optimisation for our Clients’ Reservoirs

From simple to complex well designs, Tendeka’s extensive track record to overcome production challenges in the most demanding operating environments ensures measurable results for our clients.


Our technologies encompass standalone innovative completion products that can be combined to form systems for use in conventional and unconventional wells.

From the simplest well to the most complex reservoir, we give you more control over your downhole engineering choices at every stage of the completion process.

Covering Sand and Inflow Control, Zonal Isolation, Hydraulic Fracturing, Subsurface Engineering, Reservoir Monitoring and Wireless Completions…

Tendeka can provide the solution you need.


Tendeka delivers the best of both worlds: the strength and reliability of a global service company, with the speed and customer-focus of a local organisation.

We can locally design, manufacture and adapt each completion component to meet the exact challenges of your well, and your field development program.

From the North Sea to Asia-Pacific, the Middle East to the USA, Tendeka operates 18 strategically positioned bases, located at energy hubs around the world.

Tendeka helps you make the world smaller, and production greater.

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    FloSure AICD Screens & Subs
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Latest News

  • June 19, 2018
    P&J Gold Awards 2018 finalists
    We are pleased to announce our PulseEight wireless completions system has been shortlisted for the Innovation Award at P...
  • May 31, 2018
    It's not rocket science... but perhaps it should be?
    By Paul Lynch, Advanced Completions Director Published in Oil & Gas Vision, May 2018 On May 5th this year, NAS...