WellDog announced today that its encouraging its employees, directors, partners, suppliers and customers to support suicide prevention efforts in its headquartered regions of Australia and Wyoming.
WellDog has appointed its first manager dedicated to the coal mine industry. Graeme Corbett joins the organisation with almost 20 years’ experience working in Asia Pacific mining services and safety.
World-first technology developed in the United States and Australia promises to reduce the risk of outbursts and explosions in underground coal mining and save lives around the world, while simultaneously cutting exploration costs for the industry.
WellDog announced today that it has established a new environmental monitoring division dedicated to in situ monitoring of water level and water quality in aquifers around energy developments such as coal seam gas and mining.
WellDog has developed a new way of using downhole pressure sensors to monitor aquifers in coal seam gas (CSG) fields and reduce the impact of CSG exploration.
WellDog announced today that it has successfully completed a series of permeability tests for Ormil Energy Ltd (ASX: OMX) on the Illiwarra coal seams in New South Wales, Australia.
Mitchell Group Holdings Pty Ltd (“Mitchell Group”) of Australia and Gas Sensing Technology Corp (trading as “WellDog”) of the Unites States are pleased to announce that they signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) dated 1 March 2012.
WellDog announced today that QGC Pty Limited, developer of the Queensland Curtis LNG Project, has awarded the company a contract for provision of downhole gauge systems, and services related to installation of the systems. The contract has a term of three years with extension options thereafter and a baseline work schedule valued at A$4 million.
WellDog announced today that Quentin Morgan has been appointed Chief Technology Officer of the company. Morgan was previously Subsurface Engineering Director for Weatherford.
WellDog announced today that it has completed its first coalbed methane gas tests in China. The tests, conducted in Far East Energy’s Shouyang field in the Shanxi Province, provided the company immediate data on the amount of natural gas in their coal seams.