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20Oct 2011

Bill McCall Joins Guardian as Chairman

Bill joined Guardian in October 2011 as Chairman to further strengthen and expand Guardians Board and the company’s management team.  Bills background is that of investment banking and he has been, and still is, Chairman of a number of companies both in the Banking sector and the Energy sector.


26Jul 2011

New Sustaining Engineering Manager 11th July 2011

Guardian is delighted to welcome Jim Flood to the team as Sustaining Engineering Manager based in the head office in South Wales.  Jim brings with him many years of  Engineering Management experience in International companies and is a valuable addition to the Engineering team. Jim will mainly focus on the existing products Guardian offers to their clients, ensuring they continue to receive the highest level of quality and support they have become accustomed to.


20Jul 2011

Guardian Wins Record Order

We are delighted to confirm Aker Solutions'  Well Intervention Services department in Norway  has just placed a record order with Guardian to support their global tractor business expansion.  We would like to thank everyone at AWS for their continued business and look forward to working together for many years to come.


14Feb 2011

New Technical Sales Engineer Appointed Feb 2011

Guardian is delighted to welcome Ammar Rasul to the team as Technical Sales Engineer based at the head office in Wales. Ammar brings with him many years of experience in the Oil and Gas Industry and is a valuable addition to the Sales team. Ammar will mainly focus on the Middle east, North Africa and China markets. He will help ensure that clients receive the best standards of sales and support services in addition to the benefits from Guardians' highest technological levels.


18Jan 2011

Permian Basin Oil Show 2010


Permian Basin Oil Show 2010

From the 19th to the 21st of October 2010, Guardian Global Technologies were exhibiting at the Permian Basin Oil Show in Odessa, Texas.

Adam Green (Training and Commissioning Engineer) and Lawrence Till (Sales Engineer) travelled out to Odessa where they met up with representatives from Titan Specialties with whom they were sharing a stand.

Guardian displayed a number of tools on the stand including an ART-H, MPP-B, IDC-B, PSJ-C and Production Logging Tools including the GCT and CFF.

Over the 3 days of the show, Guardian demonstrated the equipment to clients old and new, gaining a favourable response from interested parties.

When the event was over, the Guardian personnel followed up with interested clients by visiting their facilities in Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston to give more detailed presentations and demonstrations of the equipment, allowing the clients to gain some hands on experience.

Guardian Global Technologies would like to thank all the visitors to our booth and to those who showed an interest in our product range.

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17Jan 2011

Guardian Sponsor International Perforating Symposium

Guardian are pleased to announce that they are one of the sponsors at the upcoming 2011 Asia-Pacific Perforating Symposium on April 6-7, 2011  at the Nikko Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Due to the success of the 2010 International Perforating Symposium held in North America, an Asia-Pacific organizing committee has formed to hold a regional symposium early 2011. The two-day Perforating Symposium will focus on innovation and "new" technology and feature forum session presentations with speakers and session chairmen from the operator, service provider, manufacturing and software communities. There will also be a poster session followed by a reception to provide opportunity to network throughout the regional perforating community. The Asia-Pacific region includes (but is not limited to) Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, far-east Russian Federation, Thailand and Vietnam.

Symposium dates -- April 6-7, 2011
Symposium location -- Nikko Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Hotel accommodations can be booked directly with the Nikko Hotel at Tel: +60 3 2161 1111.
Mention the symposium when making your booking.
Room rates with breakfast are: Deluxe - RM 380; Premier - RM 440 and Executive - RM 590. (nett of local taxes (+15.5%))

Symposium Themes
Themes for the two-day symposium will include: Explosive Safety, Productivity Improvement Case Studies, Perforating Dynamics, Perforation Modeling, Perforator Testing and Novel Perforating Concepts. Regional focus will include: carbonates, coal bed methane, production testing, tight gas and through-tubing systems.


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