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Deep Casing Tools in Norway Pact with NOV

first_imgCasing and completion technology business, Deep Casing Tools (DCT), has formed an alliance in Norway with National Oilwell Varco Completion Tools (NOV Completion Tools).The agreement gives NOV Completion Tool’s Completions & Production Solutions Division access to DTC’s technology including its Turbocaser, Turborunner and MechLOK Drill Pipe Swivel.NOV Completion Tools will be DCT’s service provider in Norway, initially under the guidance and training of DCT staff.In turn, partnering with NOV, will open up new opportunities for Aberdeen-headquartered DCT.David Stephenson, CEO of DCT, said: “We have been looking at key areas in which we want to expand and how to achieve that, we believe working with key partners in certain areas is the way forward.“NOV Completion Tools has a good presence and is strong in Norway and has an excellent reputation.“NOV Completion Tools is growing its completions division through a mixture of organic growth, acquisitions and by partnering with smaller technology companies and we are one of those smaller technology companies.“Our companies are complementary, and we provide NOV Completion Tools with a differentiator and we benefit from the power and reputation of NOV Completion Tools. We have our turbine driven reamer tools and our lockable drill pipe swivel which can differentiate their product offering from the rest. We also have other tools coming through which may go commercial this year.“It is quite possible that this initiative will be rolled out through other regions and perhaps lead to a stronger relationship with NOV Completion Tools.”last_img read more

Japan badminton king arrives home after fatal car crash

first_img Earlier in the day, he was discharged from hospital in Malaysia, and boarded a plane wearing a dark cap and face mask. An assistant coach, physiotherapist, and badminton official also suffered minor injuries in the highway crash, seen as a blow to Momota’s preparations for this year’s Tokyo Olympics where he will attempt to win gold on home soil to complete a full set of major titles. The accident occurred just hours after he began his 2020 season in style on Sunday with victory over Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen in Kuala Lumpur. Momota had been in Putrajaya public hospital outside the capital Kuala Lumpur since Monday. Kento Momota was discharged from a Malaysian hospital on WednesdayHe will now aim to return to action at the All England Championships on March 11, the secretary general of Japan’s Badminton Association Kinji Zeniya told AFP on Tuesday.Momota, who won a record 11 titles last year, had “extraordinary enthusiasm towards the Olympics” this year in Tokyo, added Zeniya, but urged the gold medal favourite to take time to recuperate fully.“I hope he will do his best without pushing and rushing himself too hard and without being impatient,” said Zeniya.Read Also: Serena Williams, back in the wins, aims to end long Slam record questThe driver was killed at the scene while Momota received cuts to his face and bruising all over his body, Zeniya said, denying previous reports that he had broken his nose and chin.Momota, currently the best player on the planet, enjoyed unrivalled success in 2019, with his title haul including the World Championship, Asia Championship and All England Championship – a dramatic turnaround for a player who had been banned for gambling in 2016.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Best Cars Of All TimeTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends in TVBehind-The-Scenes Selfies From 10 Popular MoviesYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesThe Best Geek Movies Of All TimeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?6 Movies Where A Car Plays A Key Role10 Absurd Ideas That Made Their Inventors Millions Badminton world number one Kento Momota arrived in Japan on Wednesday after being released from a Malaysian hospital following a car crash that killed his driver and left him with minor injuries. Badminton world number one Kento Momota arrived in Japan wearing a face mask after sustaining injuries in a road accident The 25-year-old Japanese, who walked past waiting journalists without making a statement, faces two months out after suffering cuts to his face and multiple bruises when the vehicle carrying him to Kuala Lumpur International Airport crashed in the early hours of Monday.Advertisement Loading… last_img read more