The latest news from DeltaTek
  • 27Jun

    Scottish start ups take Elevator to reach oil and gas customers

    Two Aberdeen start-up companies – which have developed technologies aimed at saving the oil and gas industry money – have awarded £140,000 in Scottish EDGE funding to take their products to the next level. Brothers Ed and Richard Nimmons, of Dry Ice Scotland, secured £100,000 worth of funding, while Tristam Horn, of Deepwater Oil Tools, […] Read More →

  • 19May

    SeaCure Cementing – why now?

    Testing times drive innovations in cost efficiency, as has been seen recently with Deepwater Oil Tools’ SeaCure Cementing technique for casing and liner cementation. Drilling operators can reduce well construction spend by cutting back on time and cost associated with primary cement placement and subsequent drilling runs. Read More →

  • 18May

    SeaCure Cementing launched for Gulf of Mexico

    SeaCure Cementing had pride of place at the recent OTC drilling conference in Houston, Texas, where drillers can now eliminate their shoetracks in the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding drilling regions. Read More →

  • 09Mar

    ITF Technology in Energy Conference

    Deepwater Oil Tools’ SeaCure Cementing showcased successfully at the ITF Technology in Energy Conference, perfectly suited to help drilling operator’s achieve their cost efficiency goals and bring the cost of well construction down. Read More →

  • 22Feb

    Deepwater Oil Tools accredited to Business Gateway’s Growth Pipeline

    After being recognised as a high growth business by the Scottish Government, Deepwater Oil Tools has been elevated to Business Gateway’s Growth Pipeline. Read More →

  • 22Feb

    New website launched!

    After awarding local Aberdeen based website developer, Creative Core, the work to transform the Deepwater Oil Tools website into an interactive face for the business, the new website is successfully launched. Read More →