Some weeks ago, we visited our clients’ companies located in the southern part of the country in the national capital of oil. The aim of such visit was to strengthen commercial relations and know the future steps and movements in Cuenca del Golfo San Jorge (San Jorge Gulf Basin).
During our stay, we met the technical managers of the main service companies to discuss together the performance of our products in the field and talk about their operational benefits.
Some further good news is that we learned about the programmed drilling plan that is expected in the Cerro Dragon deposit: 230 wells by 2018. Consequently, there will be greater demand for cementing and fracturing work. Thus, it is foreseen not only an increase in work for all sectors involved but also it is planned to get new fracture equipment from Neuquén.
In short, we expect a considerable increase in such activity in a historical Argentine oil activity enclave where work is generally a constant. That is something auspicious if we assess the activity in other areas of the country.