WellDog announced today that in response to continued growth in its US businesses it has opened a new commercial office in downtown Denver. The office will provide technical, field operations and administrative support to unconventional oil and gas operators working in the Rocky Mountain area.
WellDog’s new WatchDog downhole pressure measurement systems are receiving rapid adoption by US shale gas and oil producers influenced by the immediate financial and operational benefits delivered by the systems.
WellDog announced today that the Major League Baseball-backed Brisbane Bandits and its CEO, Mark Ready, were awarded the Team Administration of the Year Award and the Chairman's Award at the 2015 Baseball Australia Diamond Award, respectively, at the 2015 Baseball Australia Diamond Awards held in Sydney. The Bandits are one of six Australian Baseball League (ABL) teams.
WellDog announced today that it has received equity investment from Shell Technology Ventures ("STV").
Company has designed and installed more than 1,500 downhole reservoir monitoring systems since 2010, helping operators optimize production and protect aquifers.
In 1998, with a $100 loan, John Pope, a graduate of the University of Wyoming, started Blue Sky Group Inc. Today, Blue Sky Group’s companies generate more than $25 million in collective sales and employ more than 150 people.
WellDog announced today that it has collaborated with Shell International Exploration & Production, Inc. (‘Shell’) over the past eighteen months to develop a new technical service for locating natural gas and natural gas liquids in shale formations.
WellDog announced today that it is now the exclusive Naming Rights Partner of Brisbane Bandits Professional Baseball, a key member of the Australian Baseball League.
WellDog has announced it is one of twelve companies that will participate in the inaugural Oil and Gas Cleantech Challenge.
WellDog announced today that it has appointed decorated entrepreneur Sandy Hunter as a non-executive director. Sandy is currently partner at Ambrose Resources LLC, which operates and develops shale oil fields in Texas and Louisiana. Prior, he was a key member of the management buy-out team that led to a US$200 million public listing and US$3 billion sale of Expro to Goldman Sachs subsidiary Candover.