GA Drilling was invited by the Society of Petroleum Engineers International to present PLASMABIT technology at the SPE Forum in Hague. Topic of the event was "Shaping the Next Wave in Well Plugging and Abandonment."
GA Drilling business & expert team spent two days in Houston at the 2019 ICoTA Coiled Tubing and Well Intervention Conference and Exhibition. They joined discussions on the latest well intervention best practices, as well as networked with potential future global customers.
Partnership with Lead Ventures and MOL Enables GA Drilling to Perform Onshore Field Testing and Commercialisation of its Disruptive Plasma Plug & Abandonment Technology.
GA Drilling strenghtens its position in approaching UK market. PLASMABIT milling application got into the next technology readiness level and is getting ready for commercialization. As of February 1st GA Drilling has opened its Bristol office for designing a final bottom hole assembly for oil & gas industry.
Achilles First Point Assessment has approved our registration in their database of qualified suppliers. For GA Drilling it is an opportunity to deepen understanding of future customers and improve practices.
In October 2018 GA Drilling entered the community of energy businesses The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR). Therefore, they became one of 300 members, ranging from energy producers to supply chain companies.
European Parliament nominated GA Drilling for the SME Star Award in the category of Innovation. It has been judged by our attitude towards cross border cooperation, competition, potential and positive impact on the European Union's economy.
PLASMABIT technology, developed by R&D team of GA Drilling, again will represent the Slovak top innovations at the 12th European Researcher's Night in Bratislava. On September 28th in the Old Market Hall the team of GA Drilling will present principle of the technology and results of their work in the stand called Plasma Busters.
GA Drilling has been awarded €4 million debt investment from InnoEnergy following a rigorous eight-month assessment and selection process, culminating with a detailed panel interview by the InnoEnergy Assessment Committee in Krakow, Poland. GA Drilling is the only one project selected from Central and Eastern Europe countries.
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