Hydro-cutting Tool Slices Costs On Well Abandonments

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Cut-and-cap well abandonment procedures are generally dangerous, time and resource intensive processes relying on cooperative weather, and they become more complicated the worse the weather becomes. A new, innovative technological approach to an old oil and gas problem is to employ a hydro-powered-cutting tool to cut and separate the wellhead…

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Tim Sharp is a co-owner of NuWave Industries, Inc. He can be reached at 844-583-3600.

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