Stealth Tools hosts Lunch’n’Learn workshop with South Australian operator Strike Energy (27/10/17).
With activity in South Australia (and Australasia) picking up and moving forward, Stealth Tools were happy to welcome SA’s Strike Energy into their facility for an afternoon of presentation and information sharing over a traditional Australian BBQ lunch, while showcasing the very latest and greatest drilling technology on offer in the Australian Oil and Gas drilling industry.
Comprising both a sit down “classroom” environment of presentation and questions, as well as a “hands-on" learning experience on the floor of the Stealth Tools warehouse - covering all aspects of Stealth Tools vast service and support - topics ranged from the extensive Stealth Tools drill bit range and PDC refurbishment services, through to the new Stealth Wildfire inclination and azimuth systems and Stealth Centrefire axial vibration technologies.
With 12x Strike Energy participants, as well as Jeff Will of GeoGilde Directional Drilling Australia and Stephen Moss of Trymoss Engineering/HPHT Tools Australia, the turnout produced questions and feedback that made for an extremely enjoyable day for all people involved, with new ideas and ideals shared in a relaxed, casual and open environment.
Stealth Tools thanks Strike Energy for the opportunity to open doors and share the extensive and impressive product and service ranges on offer, and look forward to future opportunities to showcase our brand through similar afternoons of information sharing with other Australian Oil and Gas operators from all aspects or environments Australia wide.
In the meantime, if you or your company wish to partake in a similar experience, or wish for any additional information in regards to any of the products or services listed on our website, do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or on our Australian wide hotline of 1800-STEALTH to express your interest in arranging a similar opportunity for you and your colleagues. As always, but maybe not in all situations where information sharing is the key, Stealth Tools remains “The Silent Force in Drilling”.