NuttySecurity™ helps lock down £600,000 export sales for ThinJack

ThinJack team members pictured (from left) are Bob Ure, Robert Turnbull, Guy Bromby, Lesley Bromby and Russell Ellwood
ThinJack team members pictured (from left) are Bob Ure, Robert Turnbull, Guy Bromby, Lesley Bromby and Russell Ellwood

Aberdeenshire-based oil service company ThinJack Ltd has secured export sales deals worth more than of £600,000 this summer by expanding its global horizons in key overseas markets.

A focus on ongoing innovation and a push to increase the company’s global footprint has complemented sales in traditional marketplaces.

ThinJack – which has a reputation for riglessly separating seized well flanges – recently added wellhead theft deterrent NuttySecurity™ to its portfolio. 

Described as “the oilfield equivalent of car wheel security nuts” the system had been developed with particular focus on the Nigerian and Egyptian markets.  Delivered in collaboration with representatives in Lagos, Nigeria and Cairo, Egypt, ThinJack is seeking a NuttySecurity™ representative in Indonesia.

Guy Bromby, ThinJack Managing Director said: “Low cost production enhancement from repairing previously shut in platform wells has replaced more expensive subsea developments and drilling programmes. 

“Moreover, the overseas markets are increasingly using technology services to eliminate hours of critical path time, instead of using conventional techniques, and so flow a well earlier.”

11 Sept 2017

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