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V0 Qualification for Meta Casing Reconnect

V0 Qualification for Meta Casing Reconnect

Meta Downhole Ltd (Meta) has successfully passed ISO14310 V0 qualification testing. “The ISO V0 qualification will allow our clients to use the Casing Reconnect in wells which require metal to metal integrity, restoring the well for conversion to gas lift,” says Richard Craig, Meta’s VP of Sales. “The Casing Reconnect is a remediation solution used in a variety of applications from casing integrity, stuck casing, to wellhead replacement and connecting subsea wellheads to surface. It provides a resilient gas tight metal-to-metal seal and benefits from flexible space out with no reduction in ID.

” The Meta Casing Reconnect is a unique metal to metal sealing product that allows operators to replace damaged or stuck casing, avoid costly side tracks and lengthy fishing operations to allow them to continue with the original drilling program. 

In addition, should operators embark on sidetracks, the Casing Reconnect will support metal to metal well integrity for P&A activities. Please read more about the test, its implications and how the Casing Reconnect suits various offshore applications on metadownhole.com » About Meta Downhole Aberdeen-based Meta is the premium downhole isolation company servicing the onshore and offshore oil and gas industry. It specialises in well integrity and provides innovative and industry changing well isolation solutions across the lifecycle of an oil and gas well – from well architecture and design through to completion, production and decommissioning. Meta has offices in the UK, Middle East, Far East and United States to service its clients which are based in these regions. Meta is a company in the Viking Venture portfolio.   More Meta news on vikingventure.com: Meta shortlisted in the...
Signicat joins EEMA

Signicat joins EEMA

EEMA, the European association for identity and security, announces Signicat as its latest member. Senior Development Architect at Signicat, John Erik Setsaas, explains why the organisation has joined EEMA: “It is important for us to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in our field and I know of no other European based trade organisations with the same scope and agenda as EEMA. Becoming a member is important for Signicat as it gives us unprecedented opportunities to engage with a network of professionals that share the same interests, as well as access to useful reports and whitepapers.” Executive Director of EEMA, David Goodman, comments: “Through our programme of events, participation in EU projects, regional interest groups and of course our members, EEMA has a strong and well established presence across Europe.” Goodman adds: “This year we have expanded our activities in the Nordics, with the launch of a new regional community in collaboration with Norstella and focused on eID. Signicat is one of the leaders in eID across both Scandinavia and Europe, and we are delighted to welcome them to EEMA.” Based in Norway, with offices in Denmark, Finland and Sweden, Signicat has the largest coverage of national e-identity (eID) in Europe. Signicat is a company in the Viking Venture portfolio. Read the full press release on signicat.com...