Calgary, AB (October 16, 2015) – From October 20-22, STEP will be exhibiting at the Canadian Unconventional Resources Conference (CURC), hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and the Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources (CSUR). Members of STEP’s engineering and sales team will be available at booth 101 to answer questions on coiled tubing services and the Company’s newly acquired fleet of fracturing equipment. In addition to the booth space, STEP’s technical specialist Kris Sato will be presenting an SPE paper, co-authored by Lem Edillon, on the STEP-ARM (Articulating Rotational Mast) on October 21 from 3:30-4:00.
Click here for more information on CURC.
Also taking place on October 21 is the Intervention and Coiled Tubing Associating (ICoTA) Canada Roundtable at Hotel Arts. STEP’s engineers will be presenting two of the 14 technical presentations:
8:10am – Challenges milling out new interventionless permanent flow through frac plugs – Richard McLeod
9:25 am – Articulating mast improves efficiency on multi-well pad operations – Kris Sato
Click here for more information on the ICoTA Roundtable.