new high-velocity flow control device nozzle (the DS™ nozzle), capable of recovering greater pressure than comparable designs, has been officially launched for high production, commercial use by RGL Reservoir Management Inc.
Continuing to bring Canadian technology to the world, RGL sand control expertise will be presented in the Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago this week. For the first time, the team will be sharing a technical paper at the SPE Trinidad and Tobago Section Energy Resources Conference.
RGL is amongst the industry’s research elite as the team prepares to present a technical paper at the one of a kind 14th SPE International Oilfield Scale Conference and Exhibition. The event has long been recognized as the industry’s foremost specialist scale forum.
RGL Reservoir Management is proud to announce some staff changes within its Business Development team that are going to change the way RGL services its clients.
Later this week, an Oilweek magazine Rising Star award will be given to RGL’s Research and Development Manager, Dr. Vahid Fattahpour. The honour is granted to only 10 inductees who are entrepreneurs, scientists or innovators in the Canadian oil and gas industry and are under the age of 40.
RGL Reservoir Management Inc. is incredibly excited to announce we are the official sponsor of the RGL Dragnum team this year.
A leading operator in Canada’s heavy oil industry has awarded RGL Reservoir Management a contract to supply customized inflow control devices (ICDs) for installation in thermal wells in the Athabasca oil sands region.
RGL Reservoir Management is thrilled to announce it has recently entered into an agency agreement with Saudi Drill Company Ltd., based in Saudi Arabia.
RGL Reservoir Management Inc. is proud to announce the Canadian-based sand and flow control company is now incorporated in Africa. The establishment will allow RGL to bid on new business opportunities in this thriving sector.
RGL’s research is considered an integral part of the development of emerging technologies for maximizing recoveries in upstream oil and gas. Results of the Canadian company’s work will be featured at next week’s SPE 2018 Western Regional Meeting.