Completion Services and AOHEDS
(Completion Services' partner in China) can announce that CNPC Tarim has decided to buy CSD licenses and the software will be implemented soon! CNPC is not only the largest oil & gas producer and supplier in China - it is also the third largest company in the world (according to Fortune Global 500).
Gard Karlsen, managing director and co-founder of Completion Services says “We are extremely pleased to get another customer in China. Over the last few years we have worked hard together with our partner AOHEDS to promote the CSD application in China and I'm happy to see that we are achiving success now. China is a large market and we are confident that there are many other companies that have a need for an application like CSD. We are confident that China will be an important market in the years to come and we have translated CSD into Chinese to make it simpler to implement it in Chinese companies. It is also a vote of confidence for us when a large company like CNPC chooses to use the CSD software”.
: CNPC is the government-owned parent company of publicly listed PetroChina, which was created on November 5, 1999 as part of the restructuring of CNPC. In the restructuring, CNPC injected into PetroChina most of the assets and liabilities of CNPC relating to its hydrocarbon exploration and production, refining and marketing, chemicals and natural gas businesses. CNPC and PetroChina develop overseas assets through a joint venture, CNPC Exploration & Development Company (CNODC), which is 50% owned by PetroChina. Please read more about CNPC on their homepage
is based in Stavanger, Norway and is a software company with consultancy related to development and support of the CSD application. We work with oil companies around the world and our main focus is to help the customers with centralizing and quality control of well schematics. We strongly believe that if there is a focus on this, the operations can be performed without incidents and hence the companies can save time and money. The CSD software has been developed together with Norwegian oil companies since the beginning of 1990 and it is now being used by 20 companies and in 15 countries around the world.