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Downhole camera company EV opens Calgary office

Friday, November 25, 2011

EV, a UK company which develops cameras which can be used downhole, reports that it has opened a 'regional headquarters' office in Calgary.

The cameras can also be used inside pipelines and on the seabed.

The company claims that it has become the 'leading player in its field'.

The company recently announced an expansion in the US, Scandinavia and Far East.

The company has also 'established a presence' in the Red Deer and Grande Prairie oil and gas regions of Alberta, Canada.

The company has tripled its workforce in 12 months, it says.

It has appointed Curtis Jerrom as head of its Canada operations. Mr Jerrom has previously worked with Halliburton, GrisGun and Expro.

In Canada, the tools have been used for fishing, well inspections (both horizontal and vertical, and deployed from tractors), and for coiled tubing systems.
It is run from a slickline. It can run at pressures up to 15k psi.



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