order prednisone for pets RESMAN were honored in winning the Rystad Energy ‘Globetrotter of the year’ during the 2018 Gullkronen (Gold Crown) awards on Feb.1, 2018. Accepting the award is RESMAN CEO, Torger Skillingstad.
Werner Karlsson, NORWEP; Torgar Skillingstad, RESMAN; Gitte Bromander, Rystad Energy
buy me a boat lyrics Jury’s reasoning:
The recent downturn has been tough on most oil service companies set to expand their business abroad. However, brilliant products and hard work have allowed some globetrotters to both maintain and strengthen their position outside Norway.
The nominees have all shown persistence and strong performance in impressive ways, following very different strategies. And they are well positioned for continued success.
The Globetrotter of the year: Has a history of strong and profitable growth. They Systematically developed and strengthened it’s geographic footprint, creating alliances and corporate agreements, setting the organization up for further growth in the years to come. Most importantly – The Globetrotter of the year has helped operators in more than 30 countries understand their reservoirs, and to produce less of what the petroleum industry produces the most of – water!
Rystad Energy announced today the nominees for Gullkronen 2018, to be held on Thursday, 01 February 2018 at Wallmans Oslo. Gullkronen is dedicated to acknowledge high performances and achievements made by companies involved in the oil and gas business during the previous year. Prizes are given out within the E&P Category and Oil Service Category.
- Explorer of the Year: Aker BP, Cairn Energy, Lundin Norway, Statoil
- Business Developer of the Year: Aker BP, CapeOmega, Pandion Energy, Point Resources
- Project Developer of the Year: Statoil (Gina Krog), Statoil (Polarled), Statoil (Oseberg Vestflanken 2), Wintershall (Maria)
- Field Operator of the Year: Aker BP (Alvheim), Statoil (Grane), ConocoPhillips (Ekofisk), ConocoPhillips (Eldfisk)
Oil Service Awards
- New Venture of the Year: Vision iO, Fuglesangs Subsea, Halfwave, Ace Oil Tools
- Globetrotter of the Year: Höegh LNG, RESMAN, Tampnet, Autronica Fire and Security
- Business Success of the Year: Beerenberg, Subsea 7, Mento, Sverdrup Steel
RESMAN are proud to present our Inwell Intelligent Tracer® Technology and demonstrate the applications available including our proprietary Chemical PLT® technology which can last for up to 10 years!
What better way to provide valuable production and reservoir information to better manage your assets? RESMAN is risk free and uses proven technology for the life of your well.
For detailed event information, visit the EGYPS 2018 official webpage www.egyps.com
Saudi Aramco to present the application of RESMAN at 11:00 on Wednesday, January 31 during Session 19 at the SPE/IADC Middle East Drilling Technology Conference in Abu Dhabi, held from January 29-31, 2018.
The technical publication, paper #189364, “Permanent Downhole Chemical Tracer System for Wireless Surveillance and Optimizing Well Production”, is part of Session 19 ‘Surface and Downhole Equipment’, held in Meeting Room 4.
Authors: A.A. Anopov, F. Alshuraim., S. Jacob, Saudi Aramco; E. Leung, RESMAN.
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RESMAN AS (“Resman”) (www.resman.no), the world’s leading provider of wireless reservoir surveillance, has issued proceedings against Tracerco Limited (“Tracerco”) (www.tracerco.com) in the Patents Court in London for patent infringement.
Resman believes that Tracerco has infringed its European Patent (UK) 1277051 B1 (the “’051 Patent”) by using or offering technology which infringes the ’051 Patent in the United Kingdom’s territorial waters.
Resman has permitted Tracerco to carry out wireless reservoir monitoring activities in the Norwegian zone of the North Sea pursuant to a licence agreement with Resman in respect of Resman’s Norwegian Patent NO 309884. However that licence is limited to Norway only, and there is no licence agreement in place between Resman and Tracerco in respect of the ’051 Patent or any of Resman’s other international patent rights for its hydrocarbon reservoir monitoring technology.
As Tracerco has declined to enter into any meaningful discussions to resolve this matter, Resman issued proceedings against Tracerco in the Patents Court in London on 14 November 2017. Tracerco has yet to file a defence to Resman’s proceedings.
The relief sought by Resman against Tracerco includes an injunction to prevent the further infringement of the Patent, monetary compensation and costs. It is unlikely that the trial of the action will take place before late 2018.
Resman will not be commenting further until the Patents Court has made a determination or the matter is otherwise resolved.