Qteq locks in NT contract

11/07/2018 - 14:48

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Georesources company Qteq has secured a borehole data contract in the Northern Territory following the recent acquisition of Western Australian companies Surtech and WellServ.

Qteq is a georesources company.

Georesources company Qteq has secured a borehole data contract in the Northern Territory following the recent acquisition of Western Australian companies Surtech and WellServ.

Under the contract, Qteq will provide borehole data using measurement sensors and systems.

The contract for environmental logging will use Qteq’s magnetic resonance technology to provide real-time measurement of the aquifer.

Qteq chief business development manager Stuart McCulloch said the acquisitions, which were announced in May, would be rebranded as Qteq Measurement Systems.

“These acquisitions will provide our customers with an integrated product offering for all geotechnical borehole logging requirements, especially in and around the groundwater and minerals market segment,” he said.

“As a result of these acquisitions, Qteq expects to revolutionise the georesources market by offering the most innovative subsurface services and technology in Australia.”

The news comes after Qteq was awarded a $239,000 grant by the federal government to develop subsurface drilling sensors in partnership with Wallis Drilling.

Surtech provided downhole geophysical measurements with a fleet of 23 vehicles across Australia and headquarters in Perth.

Malaga-based WellServ provided drilling services to the mining, civil and oil and gas industries.

 

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