RockSolid(TM) Thermite-based barriers; restore caprock integrity and fix SCVF issues.

    Since 2012 we've been working on a new approach to permanent abandonment of oil and gas wells. The technology creates a formation-to-formation barrier using wireline as the deployment method. This technology has the potential to be an alternative to today’s expensive and time-consuming practice of section milling and displacing cement. We've performed single string field trials since 2016 which has led to commercially available solutions for single string applications. It is unmatched as a SCVF fix.

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