NEALE CARTER ANNOUNCED AS NEW CHAIRMAN OF FLOTECH LTD
Released on: June 18, 2008, 7:06 am
Press Release Author: Sensornet
Press Release Summary: Sensornet chief executive officer Neale Carter has become chairman of Flotech Limited (Flotech), an advanced completion company with proprietary technologies.
Press Release Body: Sensornet chief executive officer Neale Carter has become chairman of Flotech Limited (Flotech), an advanced completion company with proprietary technologies. The company is committed and focused to serve the Middle East & North Africa operating companies in optimising their reservoir challenges including: . Managing the inflow of fluids . Providing positive economic returns with cost effective solutions . Providing simple inflow and isolation solutions . Reducing well construction costs, e.g. rig time . Ensuring long term well bore reliability . Providing effective production optimisation methods. Flotech currently has two product offerings: the FloMatik passive flow control coupling; and the FloSeal isolation packer.
Neale Carter, Sensornet CEO says, "I am delighted by this opportunity and look forward to making a real difference in enabling operating companies to optimise their reservoir challenges." For more information please visit Flotech's website on: www.flotechltd.com or email Sensornet on firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Neale Carter Neale Carter joined Sensornet as the new CEO on 1st July 2006. Neale previously was the Middle East, Caspian and India Regional Manager for Easywell. He has over 15 years Oil and Gas Industry experience in the North Sea, North America, Africa and the Middle East regions and has held various management positions with Schlumberger and Weatherford.
Neale has gained extensive industry expertise in well testing, completions, intelligent completion technologies, artificial lift, sand control, water and gas shut-off, zonal isolation, and fibre optic technologies. He has had wide experience in new technology implementation with electronic permanent monitoring sensors, downhole flow measurement, fibre optics, surface multiphase flow metering, hydraulic flow control and swelling elastomer zonal isolation.
Neale graduated from Robert Gordon's University with an MSc in Offshore Engineering in 1991.