Well Tractoring Technology

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Any job run on electric wireline in a vertical well can be done in a horizontal or deviated well with the Well Tractor.

The wireline Well Tractor is unique technology that enables intervention tools to reach the end of the horizontal or highly deviated well. This is achieved without employing drill pipe or coiled tubing conveyance methods. Instead, the Well Tractor is a wireline deployed self-propelled robotic device that pushes wireline tool strings out to the end of the wellbore.

Alex Mckay

Alex joined Welltec in 2006 and is currently their Area Vice President for Europe, Russian Federation and CIS, based in Aberdeen Scotland. 

He joined the oil industry with Schlumberger in 1979 as a wireline logging engineer after graduating from Aberdeen University where he studied Engineering and Geology.  His Schlumberger career spanned 27 years gaining field experience in, amongst other places, Angola, Nigeria, Congo, Holland and the North Sea.  

After several operational management positions he was trained in formal petrophysics in Paris in 1990 and practiced the art in the UK, US and Scandinavia for several years before moving into Sales and Marketing in the late 90’s.

He then progressed to General Management and was latterly Country Manager for Schlumberger Oilfield Services in Azerbaijan before his final Schlumberger assignment of Global Accounts Director in London.   

He has served on SPE boards in several locations around the world including Norway, Azerbaijan and UK.

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