HydraWell has boosted its team in Aberdeen, UK, with the appointment of Robert Stables.
Robert Stables takes on a newly created role of sales & operations engineer. He will be responsible for project support and management, job planning and execution both offshore and onshore, customer contact and offshore supervision of HydraWell’s PWC® – perforate, wash and cement – plugging operations.
Robert Stables is an experienced oil and gas engineer and field operator. He has previously held roles Atlantis Well Engineering, Harris Pye Engineering Group, Halliburton and Add Energy.
He holds a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from Robert Gordon University and is in the process of the completing an MSc in Drilling and Well Control Engineering at the same university.
“The demand for our services continues to grow on the UKCS in particular and we strengthen our team in Aberdeen to offer customers here even more capacity to support their well abandonment operations. It is great to have Robert on board,” says Tom Leeson, chief commercial officer at HydraWell.
Robert joins HydraWell’s growing team of well abandonment experts in PWC® – perforate, wash, cement – technology, which can be applied to plug & abandonment, slot recovery and well repair operations.
The PWC® method can reduce the cost of well abandonment by installing a rock-to-rock barrier in two days without having to bring swarf cuttings to the surface.
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