Calgary, AB (December 12, 2013) – STEP Energy Services’ newly commissioned super capacity coiled tubing unit, 33C10, made its way to Hudson Hope on December 5, 2013 to service a four well pad. Despite the frigid operation in minus 35’C degree weather, the unit successfully performed confirmation and TCP runs during its first operation.
"The team overcame the challenge of working with a new rig in the less than ideal weather conditions and executed the first job very well," says Mark Doll, Coiled Tubing Supervisor.
The addition of this coiled tubing unit increases STEP’s operational fleet to nine purpose-built, deep capacity coiled tubing spreads; four of which are STEP’s new mega-capacity units designed to service multiple wells without having to re-spot equipment, increase depth capacity, and improve onsite safety.
Steve Glanville, COO, added: “The continued success of STEP Energy Services’ new equipment is a testament to our commitment to an exceptional client experience and promise to deliver the safest and most reliable equipment. Successful operations such as 33C10’s maiden voyage would not be possible without our dedicated team of oilfield professionals who are experts in their field of work.”