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December 9, 2020

We are delighted to see Tendeka continues to feature in Oil & Gas Middle East’s Top 30 Oilfield Services Companies.  The 2020 listing has now been published online, with OGME’s Carla Sertin stating:

“In times of crisis, the services segment is particularly hard-hit as projects are cancelled, delayed, or reduced in scope. Many companies on this list have seen dramatic drops in revenue compared to last year, but they have still managed to impress with innovative solutions and ways of continuing business through and beyond the coronavirus pandemic.”

Tendeka COO Scott Watters added:  “Being included in the top 30 once again is great recognition to the efforts by everyone in the region and support team in the UK, with continued efforts to consolidate our presence in key GCC markets, and expand in to Saudi Arabia and other countries in the Middle East. This recognition demonstrates that Tendeka is seen as a valued solutions provider to the challenges across the region, especially during these challenging times with key technologies such as FloSure, FloFuse and PulseEight.”

To see the full 2020 listing, go to:

https://www.oilandgasmiddleeast.com/37386-ranking-top-30-oilfield-services-companies-of-2020

On a closing note, as we look to close out what has been a very challenging year for all, we wish everyone all the very best for 2021.

 

 

OGME Top 30 service companies 2020

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February 11, 2019

We are delighted to be recognised by Petronas-Malaysia for delivering exceptional results and focused execution as part of our recent inflow control work.

Alongside our agents Vantage, Tendeka has worked closely with all partners to ensure enhanced oil production which has been achieved by using our FloSure autonomous inflow control devices in a thin oil rim.

Petronas has highlighted the design and implementation of AICD in the Baronia-78 well, whereby we have already improved well production by 64% from plan well deliverabilities.

Well done to all involved.

Baronia AICD Recognition for Tendeka

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January 10, 2019

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Independent global completions service company Tendeka has secured a further multi-million-pound contract with a major national oil company in the Middle East.

The agreement will see Tendeka provide reservoir modelling and the installation of its FloSure Autonomous Inflow Control Devices (AICDs) to boost production and improve reservoir performance in several mature fields.

Tendeka will perform reservoir simulations for each well, working closely with the client to ensure optimum reservoir performance, with the technology helping in the reduction of unwanted fluid production.

Having carried out several similar projects in the region, the company has vast experience of the challenges of brownfields and carbonate reservoir that form a large proportion of oil fields in the Middle East.

Scott Watters, Chief Operating Officer at Tendeka, said: “This is a major contract for the business and one that continues a long and well-established relationship with the client. We’re renowned for our FloSure technology with a strong track record in supporting clients and driving efficiencies.

“Our FloSure technology and global supply chain capability has allowed us to bring real value to major Middle East projects. We are committed to the continuous development of this technology to tackle future challenges and smooth field development planning for the long term. It’s an area we aim to grow over the coming months and years.”

Tendeka is the world leader in Inflow Control technology and has installed more than 7,000 passive ICDs and more than 28,000 autonomous ICDs globally.

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November 20, 2017

As part of November’s Health & Wellbeing initiative at Tendeka, we set up food bank boxes in some of our regional offices.  Colleagues were asked to contribute non-perishable foods to donate to a local food banks.  A huge thank you to everyone who generously contributed.

 

Tendeka staff at the Houston Foodbank

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October 17, 2017

Following a recent award by the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) to deliver a lower completions project, Tendeka, a global leader in advanced completions and production optimisation, has been awarded two further contracts in the Middle East.

The multi-million-pound agreements with the Abu Dhabi Onshore Operations Company (ADCO) and Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) will involve the supply of a range of specialised Inflow Control technologies. These technologies enable the effective management of the reservoir in horizontal wells to increase productivity and improve oil recovery.

ADCO’s three-year contract, with a one-year extension, will involve Tendeka’s market-leading zonal isolation products, and full range of inflow control technologies, including their market-leading FloSure Autonomous ICD to be installed across all ADCO fields.

PDO has awarded Tendeka a multi-well trial and one-year deployment contract for the application of FloSure Autonomous ICD across Oman.

Scott Watters, Chief Operating Officer at Tendeka (pictured), said: “These two awards from ADCO and PDO, following on from our entry in to Kuwait, has firmly established Tendeka in the GCC. Our differentiating and innovative FloSure technology, combined with our global supply chain capability, has enabled us to bring real value to these major regional National Oil Companies.”

The multi-million-pound deal with Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) will involve Tendeka installing advanced ICD equipment in 55 horizontal wells over two years in Northern Kuwait.

Tendeka is the world leader in ICD technology and has installed over 7,000 passive ICDs and 20,000 Autonomous ICDs globally.

For further information on our inflow control solutions, please go to: www.tendeka.com/inflowcontrol

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October 10, 2017

Tendeka has been awarded a project to supply the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) with its Inflow Control Device (ICD) technology which will enhance production through more effective reservoir management.

The multi-million-pound deal will involve Tendeka installing Advanced ICD equipment in 55 horizontal wells over two years in Northern Kuwait.

Tendeka will perform reservoir simulations for each well, working closely with KOC to ensure optimum reservoir performance.

Scott Watters, Chief Operating Officer with Tendeka, said: “This marks the first independent service company to win such a significant lower completion contract in the GCC.   It’s a significant milestone in our growth in the Middle East and is, I am sure, the first of other such awards.”

Mr Saad Al Ganbar, Chairman with Tendeka’s local business partner, Joint Scientific Group (JSG), added:  “It is a great achievement for the future business of Tendeka and JSG in Kuwait, as it is in line with the KOC strategy for the long-term management of reservoirs with innovative technology. It was the result of great teamwork between the two companies and I am sure will be the beginning of similar wins in Kuwait.”

Tendeka is the world leader in ICD technology and has installed over 7,000 passive ICDs and 20,000 autonomous ICDs globally.

Scott Watters, Tendeka Chief Operating Officer

 

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September 14, 2015

Tendeka, the provider of completions systems and services to the upstream oil and gas industry, has announced two significant contracts for its zonal isolation and inflow control technology in the Middle East.

Following a highly successful initial contract period, Tendeka has been re-awarded the contract to supply PDO with swellable solutions for all fields in Oman. The $5m contract will span 5 years, with an optional two-year extension. Tendeka has been present in Oman since 2002 and has deployed over 4000 of its Swellfix packers for PDO since that time. The award win demonstrates Tendeka’s strength of position in the zonal isolation market for the Middle East and is testament to the consistent service and quality of its swellable technology.

In a separate award, and following work on previous contracts including fibre optic monitoring and both swellable and mechanical zonal isolation solutions, Tendeka will provide a major operator with inflow control device (ICD) completions and swellable packers in a deal worth up to $5m. The four-year contract will mark the first ICD installations for the major operator and will commence with the installation of three trial wells.

Derek Taylor, Tendeka’s Vice President for EMEAR, said: “The Middle East has always been a key region for Tendeka and the award of two major contracts builds on our previous successes here. In both cases our solutions will provide significant value to our clients and we look forward to working closely with them in the coming year to fully realise that value.”

Tendeka has a comprehensive portfolio of open-hole completion technologies, which provide integrated solutions for inflow assurance, optimisation and control. These best in class technologies include liner hangers, a range of ICDs, metal mesh or wire wrap screens for sand or debris control, a multiple zonal isolation solutions, and integrated monitoring systems, with over 40,000 installed around the globe.

Tendeka’s full range of reservoir completion technologies can be deployed to solve issues in unconsolidated formations, carbonate reservoirs, tight and shale formations, heavy oil and high pressure high temperature environments, multi-horizon and multi-lateral wells, and production and injector applications.

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November 3, 2014

Tendeka will be exhibiting at ADIPEC in Abu Dhabi from 10th – 13th November. We invite you to come and visit us in hall 12, booth 12232 where our team will be presenting our latest technologies.

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January 9, 2014

Tendeka has secured a three-year contract for the supply of down-hole inflow control devices (ICDs) in the Middle East.  The company has a proven track record for the provision of completions and reservoir monitoring products, systems and services to the upstream oil and gas industry.  This contract is Tendeka’s largest to date for the installation of their proprietary ICD technology in the Middle East.

The award, which was made by a major operator in the Middle East and North Africa, will see Tendeka install approximately 30 ICDs in 12 wells.  The initial contract is for three years with a further optional one-year extension.

Derren Simpson, Tendeka’s vice president for Middle East North Africa said: “Installing ICDs in a well results in delayed water breakthrough because the inflow profile is evened out; this helps operators to maximise the well’s productivity and recovery factor.  The contract award highlights our commitment to providing solutions that respond to the oil and gas industry’s needs while maintaining productivity and maximising yield.

“Our robust solutions help operators overcome the technological challenges they are facing.  In addition we are constantly developing our offering to deliver the technology needed by the industry.

“As an example, we recently enhanced our wireless offering with the launch of the SigNet Wireless Intelligent Completion solution. SigNet was developed in response to market demand and features an interval control valve (ICV) as well as downhole power generation capability that results in extended battery life.  SigNet retains the proven monitoring capability of Tendeka’s Wireless PT Gauge.

“This latest contract award adds to our recent wins in the Middle East,” commented Derren.  “Earlier this year we secured a contract for the provision of swellable packers for up to 50 wells in Qatar along with contracts to provide our FloQuest rapid data visualisation and interpretation software for an operator in Qatar and Oman.  FloQuest is used to assist downhole visualisation in determining future drilling interventions.”

Derren concluded, “As our product line and service offering continue to develop it’s important we maintain our focus on health and safety; our people are fundamental to the continued growth of the company.  We are committed to enhancing the occupational health and safety of our employees and recently achieved the significant milestone of 1,600 days Lost Time Incident (LTI) free.”

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October 29, 2013

As with its rich oil reserves, the abundance of natural gas across a varied range of plays in the Middle East means that there is no single “one size fits all” approach that can be taken in relation to extraction. The challenge for the industry, therefore, must be to continually develop and deliver appropriate technologies to improve productivity in new wells, optimise production from existing wells and ensure the longevity of both, given the very long term planning horizon for production and demand.

We see the Middle East gas market as characterised by a mixture of growth projections and natural gas production quotas, but this isn’t all from new wells and enhanced recovery from existing wells remains paramount.

Focusing on specific countries, Qatar’s growth is expected to come from its current well stock as it assesses increased production from the North Field, long-term domestic demand and exports to the UAE and Oman. In Oman and Kuwait, the most likely source for growth will be from new wells. This is due to export commitments and growing domestic demand in Oman’s case and net importer status for Kuwait, with a similar growth in domestic demand.Saudi Arabia is neither an importer nor exporter of gas, thus it will require a huge increase in gas production over the coming decade and beyond. The UAE’s focus is likely to be on imports in the short and long term, coupled with growing internal production to feed a rapidly increasing domestic market.

As a company that provides industry-leading completions products, systems and services to the international upstream sector, with a successful track record in the Middle East, Tendeka is ideally placed to support the industry in meeting its challenges in the region.

Key to this support, and as part of the wider industry drive towards ever more intelligent wells, is the ongoing development of our wireless and autonomous inflow technologies. One of our latest products to be launched in this field is the Autonomous Inflow Control Device (AICD). The AICD, which was operator developed and licensed following numerous ICD installations around the world, including locations in the Middle East and Europe, has transformed the traditional ICD from a passive technology to a fully autonomous device. It constantly adapts to the changing parameters across the entire length of the production interval, allowing for higher production rates than passive inflow control simultaneously providing excellent sweep efficiency.

Having developed a highly successful wireless pressure/temperature gauge, we are currently exploring other wireless technologies and will be launching a new product range of Wireless Intelligent Completion Technologies named SigNet at Intelligent Energy and ADIPEC 2013. The SigNet system is an innovative cable-free combination of measurement, inflow control and downhole power generation that enables direct in-lateral flow control for the first time.

Given the Middle East gas demand, the region is a great geography and market for short and long term investment. It features very highly in Tendeka’s view as an excellent ongoing opportunity, and we look forward to introducing further innovative and much needed technologies to our many clientsin the region.
We are experiencing significant demand for our products, systems and services, and look forward to developing further innovations that will provide our clients with optimal well flow control and enable production optimisation across the life of the well.

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