RGL Reservoir Management Inc. is once again serving as a technical expert at this year’s SPE Thermal Well Integrity and Design Symposium. Proving RGL as an industry leader in sand and flow control design, the Calgary-based firm is responsible for presenting four academic presentations at the revered event.
RGL Reservoir Management Inc. has released a new multi-directional, and multi-functional flow control device (FCD) nozzle.
Principal investigators, researchers, and members of the RGL team met today at the University of Alberta to review key learnings emanating from ongoing joint research projects.
RGL Reservoir Management Inc. recently added two newly designed nozzles to its product line, the DF-1™ and DF-2™ Inflow Control FCD Nozzles. Patented this month, the DF-1™ and DF-2™ are designed to choke steam in a variety of inflow control devices. The advanced flow control nozzles reiterate RGL’s positioning to become a leading provider of flow control devices to the industry.
Two of RGL Reservoir Management Inc.’s esteemed industry experts are preparing to present technical papers at the world’s largest heavy oil congress next month in Muscat, Oman.
A large E&P company has awarded RGL Reservoir Management Inc. a multi-well flow control device (FCD) project, which further solidifies the company as a leading expert in the sand and flow control field.
With a reputation as a market leader in sand control solutions, RGL is seeing a rise in demand for its proLAB™ offerings.
RGL Reservoir Management Inc. (RGL), a market leader in sand control solutions for the world’s most challenging reservoirs, was recently invited to present a technical seminar to future petroleum engineers studying at the University of Southern California.
new high-velocity flow control device nozzle (the DS™ nozzle), capable of recovering greater pressure than comparable designs, has been officially launched for high production, commercial use by RGL Reservoir Management Inc.
Continuing to bring Canadian technology to the world, RGL sand control expertise will be presented in the Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago this week. For the first time, the team will be sharing a technical paper at the SPE Trinidad and Tobago Section Energy Resources Conference.