Aberdeen based premium downhole isolation company Meta, has reached the finals of the esteemed Platt’s Global Energy Awards.
Chosen from a list of over 200 nominations, the firm’s patented Metalmorphology technology has been shortlisted for the Leading Technology category where it will battle against firms from across the world for the title. Winners will be announced at a prestigious dinner held at the Waldorf Astoria in New York on 12 December 2013.
Metalmorphology is a unique and proven technology that allows metal to be shaped downhole and delivers instant, gas tight, V0 certified, permanent metal-to-metal isolation.
Commenting on reaching the finals of the awards, Kevin Stewart, CEO of Meta said: “Meta has produced a range of well integrity products, which are challenging industry norms and providing a new way of working. This is redefining well integrity by providing operators with reduced risk, the protection and maximisation for future production, and as a consequence delivering more productive and profitable wells.
“For instance our Meta Liner Tieback™ is having a positive impact on deepwater operations in the Gulf of Mexico as it allows operators to demonstrate well integrity compliance with worst case discharge criteria and guarantee structural integrity over the well’s lifetime”.
This news follows the recent announcement that Meta and its Liner Tieback product reached the finals of yet another high profile international award. It was shortlisted for the Best Deepwater Technology in the World Oil Awards.
Meta is a premium downhole isolation company offering complete integrity across the life of the well – from architecture and drilling through to completion, production and decommissioning. Meta services an international client base from its UK headquarters and Middle East, Far East and United States offices.
Press Release, October 14, 2013