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choate technology
Choate Technology Services Ltd 

Leading energy and environmental consultants








 

 

 

 

 

CTS is a UK based petroleum engineering consultancy firm with an established track record of some 70 successfully completed projects for major clients worldwide.

CTS was founded in 1998 by former Shell Research engineer Dr. Paul Choate and provides expertise in drilling, geomechanics, reservoir and offshore engineering. Specific areas of experience include operational feasibility and R&D studies in:

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Extended reach drilling

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Expandable tubulars

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Borehole stability

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Sand failure

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Hydrate formations

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Hydraulic fracturing

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Waterflood fracturing

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Produced water re-injection

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Drill cuttings re-injection

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Geothermal energy production

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Ocean waves and gas plumes

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Offshore equipment reliability

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Space technology applications

CTS specialises in providing timely and cost effective solutions to complex technical and operational issues. CTS also invests in the in-house development of advanced analytical and numerical models, especially hydraulic and waterflood/PWRI fracture models.

CTS is registered with the UK’s leading hi-tech start up incubator, the prestigious St. John’s Innovation Centre in Cambridge (www.stjohns.co.uk), focal point for the UK’s most powerful business, financial and academic support network. CTS is also an active member of the East of England Energy Group (www.eeegr.com).

CTS officially represents the interests of the Technology Transfer Division of the European Space Agency to the Offshore Industry.

CTS offers a service as an associate to medium sized consultancy firms and at the same time retains its own select group of specialist associates.

CTS is a member of the EU sponsored Smart Reservoir NET programme and is collaborating with leading UK universities to define suitable R&D projects for UK SMART Awards, EPSRC and NERC grants and for EU funding.

CTS has defined a unique legal framework within which to execute collaborative R&D projects and to provide a common basis for protection of intellectual property.

 

 
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