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Last $52.54 USD
Change Today -1.06 / -1.98%
Volume 5.2M
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7909 Parkwood Circle Drive

Houston, TX 77036

United States

Phone: 713-346-7500

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chnicians and subject matter experts to keep customers’ rigs in operation and utilize Web-based applications to record, manage, and resolve issues. Field Service Field service engineers support rig equipment and technologies on location. Based across a global network of aftermarket service and repair facilities, field service engineers could be deployed to operating sites worldwide to resolve equipment issues, whether structural, mechanical, electrical, or software-related. Repair Rig Aftermarket overhauls, repairs, rebuilds, and recertifies equipment to quality assurance and OEM specifications using OEM parts. eHawk Remote Support A subscription service available to customers, eHawk Support Centers provide fast issue response times. Using satellite and computer technology, eHawk Support Centers could diagnose equipment status and work to handle issues remotely, reducing service personnel visits to the field. eHawk utilizes Web-based applications to record, manage, and resolve issues. Field Engineering Rig Aftermarket Field Engineering supports customers by providing rig-specific designs, modifications, and solutions as needed. Services include rig surveys, proposal and design drawings, service manuals, and equipment installation. Training Centers and Technical Colleges Rig Aftermarket Training Centers offer training for various equipment and technologies designed and manufactured by Rig Systems. Training centers offer a varied curriculum that incorporates hands-on experience, use of equipment simulators, automated classrooms, and enhanced animations with cross-sectional cutouts. Competition This segment’s primary competitors are MHWirth; American Electric Technologies; American Block; AXON Energy Products; Bentec; Bomco; Canrig (a division of Nabors Industries); Cavins Oil Well Tools; Cameron International; Den-Con Tool Company; Forum Energy Technologies; General Electric; Hitec Products; Honghua; Huisman; Liebherr; Parveen Industries; Omron Corporation; Rolls Royce; Siemens; Stewart & Stevenson; Soilmec and Drillmec (a part of the Trevi Group); Seatrax; Sparrows Offshore; Subsea Solutions; Tesco Corporation; Wärtsilä; and Weatherford International. Wellbore Technologies segment This segment designs, manufactures, rents, and sells various equipment and technologies used to perform drilling operations; and offers services that optimize their performance, including solids control and waste management equipment and services, drilling fluids, premium drill pipe, wired pipe, tubular inspection and coating services, instrumentation, downhole tools, and drill bits. This segment focuses on oil and gas companies, and supports drilling contractors, oilfield service companies, and oilfield equipment rental companies. Drill Pipe Products The company designs, manufactures, and sells a range of proprietary and API (American Petroleum Institute) drill stem products used for drilling oil and gas wells. A drilling rig carries an inventory of 10,000 to 30,000 feet of drill pipe, which is consumed over time by the drilling process. The company offers a line of drilling products designed for drilling extended reach, directional, horizontal, deepwater, and ultra-deep wells in both international and domestic markets. Voest-Alpine Tubulars (VAT) VAT is a joint venture between the company and the Austrian based Voest-Alpine Group. The company has a 50.01% investment in the joint venture, which is located in Kindberg, Austria. VAT owns a tubular mill with an annual capacity of approximately 380,000 metric tons and is the primary supplier of green tubes for the company’s U.S. based production. Tubular Coating The company develops, manufactures, and applies its proprietary tubular coatings, known as Tube-Kote coatings, to new and used downhole tubulars and line pipe. Tubular coatings help prevent corrosion, which extends the life of tubular assets, and reduces interruptions in production. In addition, coatings are designed to increase the fluid flow rate up to 25%. Tubular Inspection Exploration and production companies have new tubulars inspected before they are placed in service t

 

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