5 Reasons Why Not Plugging Your Abandoned Well Today Will Cost You TomorrowDownload Now
From the number of abandoned wells across the country to the price for not plugging, the numbers are staggering.Download Infographic
P&G offers a wide range of capabilities to serve a diverse set of plug and abandonment (P&A) requirements in the region. Exploration companies and state governments are suffering the same ailment: how to plug wells quickly, safely, and inexpensively.
The expertise and tools required for P&A of conventional wells are drastically different from those required for first-generation shale gas wells that now require decommissioning. The contractor market remains fragmented and likewise unable to meet demand cost-effectively. Most significantly, pressure to plug more wells for less money has created a culture of shortcuts and unsafe work practices.
This is why P&G is the contractor of choice for dozens of clients undertaking P&A projects.
P&G’s solution to many of the problems facing clients lies in its turnkey model of plug and abandonment project management. Hidden costs are eliminated by setting a not-to-exceed ceiling. The project is managed more efficiently as subcontractor use is minimized or eliminated.
Start-to-finish project oversight allows information to be freely shared from one responsible party to the next. By combining all this with a culture of safety and environmental stewardship, we solve the most difficult problems facing clients in the United States today.
Listed below are a handful of P&G’s capabilities that allow us to thrive in this segment:
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