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.
WellDog launches an Australian-first device to extend the run life of pumps in Australian coal seam gas wells.
WellDog Pty Ltd announced today that leading coal seam gas companies have awarded it approximately $16.5 million in contracts to supply and install its aquifer monitoring and gas production optimisation downhole gauge systems. These contracts confirm WellDog’s stature as the largest supplier of gauge systems in Australia, and one of the largest in the world.
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WellDog announced today that its non-executive director, Simon Ashton, was invited to participate in Energy Future, an executive brainstorming event, on the company's behalf at Fraser's Kings Park in Perth, recently.
The Angel Capital Association has featured WellDog as the lead program in the International Exchange Workshop at its 2014 Summit held this week in Washington, D.C.
Brisbane-based technical services company WellDog is launching its Australian-developed downhole pressure gauge product line in the United States this month.
John Pope, WellDog president and CEO, was a featured speaker at the inaugural Business Angels in Parliament event held on Thursday in Brisbane.
Baker Hughes and WellDog collaborate to launch new aquifer monitoring systems