We are dedicated to developing and delivering solutions that reduce carbon emissions
Our proprietary CAN technology, and wider subsea solutions, all reduce the CO2 footprint of top-hole construction compared to traditional methods.
HOW OUR TECHNOLOGY REDUCES CO2 EMISSIONS
Proven to reduce CO2 by at least 30% compared to conventional drilling, we believe our technology is the best choice available for reducing emissions and supporting carbon neutral operations in top-hole well construction.
Reduces rig time by 2-4 days on average, which decreases the combustion of fossil fuels during operations
Reduces the need for steel in well casings
Eliminates top-hole cuttings and the disposal of cuttings
Removes the need for spud mud drilling fluid
CAN units are reusable and have an expected lifetime of 10 wells
CALCULATE THE IMPACT ON YOUR WELL
Together with Asplan Viak, a leading engineering consultancy firm based in Norway, we have created a CO2 calculator.
Simply provide us with a few essential pieces of information in the form below and we will send you some indicative data which will demonstrate the level of impact a CAN solution could have on reducing the emissions during the top-hole construction of your next well.
PROVEN TO OFFER 21 - 44% LOWER ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
The effectiveness of our CAN-ductor technology to reduce CO2 emissions has been proven and quantified by two independent studies, to date. Looking at a range of environmental factors, not just CO2, we are proud that the CAN-ductor drilling well offers a 21 – 44% lower environmental impact compared to that typically experience on a conventional drilling well.
The reports have been compiled by Asplan Viak.
Cambo Well Lifecycle Assessment Report
CO2 emissions reduced by 32%
The Cambo Well in the UK, was drilled by Siccar Point Energy in 2018.
Please complete the form to request access to the full report.
Kathryn well Lifecycle Assessment Report
CO2 emissions reduced by 31%
Repsol’s Kathryn well is located in the Norwegian North Sea.
To get a copy of the report in full, please request access.