Enventure Enhances Virtual Technical Library

November 21, 2009 at 1:38 am Leave a comment

Enventure Global Technology, provider of SET® solid expandable technology, announced its online technical library has been enhanced and is now live at www.EnventureGT.com. The content-rich, virtual expandable technology resource shares the company’s vast knowledge about expandables with the world. Launched along with Enventure’s new website earlier this year, the technical library has been significantly enhanced to make it the most comprehensive online public collection of expandable case histories, system specifications, technical papers, videos and general information.

            “The oil and gas industry is beginning to embrace the diverse knowledge that resides on the Internet, and we want them to turn to us for expandable technology resources and expertise online,” said Kevin Waddell, VP Technology and Marketing, Enventure. “This database is a testament to the power of knowledge sharing through the Web as it gives us the broad-based ability to educate and update the industry with the latest expandable technology innovations.”

            Enventure’s searchable database includes a decade of historical materials about the technology and its applications starting in 1998. The upgraded system also provides instant access to many of the materials that were previously only available through print or in-person presentations. Access to the library provides operators, educators and researchers the opportunity to further understand the value solid expandable tubulars have to offer in a variety of applications, as well as its historical and current significance for the energy industry. Since the library has been launched, hundreds of new members have registered to use Enventure’s enhanced service.



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