The ARCH Prize is being awarded by a Slovak journal “ARCH“, on architecture and other culture from 1998. For the 22nd time a jury of top European architects judged ten domestic works of art, chosen by the ARCH Journal's editorial council. The criteria of nomination were the exceptionality of the work, as well as the work has been published in the journal in the previous year. The GA Drilling’s production hall with offices won the main ARCH prize for 2019.
An expert team from Slovakia is going to enter the market with technology that provides an environmentally sound solution for several challenges related to climate change. PLASMABIT® technology is able to disrupt the global energy mix of renewable sources of energy, as well as to significantly change the quality of life in the poorest regions of the world. Plasma Busters will demonstrate the principle of their technology and will reveal the huge potential of energy hidden directly under our feet at the European Researcher´s Night 2019 in Bratislava.
Bratislava, August 28th, 2019 – GA Drilling Oil and Gas Services company, has undergone it’s Verified Supplier Audit under the FPAL Achilles programme for Health & Safety, Quality Management and Competency Training.
As of July 2019, Soňa Sodoma Lacušková became a Head of HR Department in the Slovak technology company GA Drilling.
We met with Mr. Floris Ansingh during his visit in Bratislava. With decades of global experience in the oil and gas industry and Shell blood flowing in his veins, he shares his view of the industry, climate change and speaks about the right timing for entering the alternative energy markets. A business leader native of Netherlands, now active in the Middle East, recently became a new member of GA Drilling Advisory Board, responsible for Business Growth.
GA Drilling as an active member of Decom North Sea, is attending the annual Offshore Decom Conference. The point is clear - to gain latest operator insights into the decommissioning cost challenge and to promote its PLASMABIT technology that reduces well P&A costs by over 40%.
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.
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