Qteq to release new drill sensors

INDUSTRY technology developer Qteq has been awarded a government grant to develop advanced sensors for onshore drilling operations that will have benefits for junior oil and gas explorers and producers.

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Qteq CEO Simon Ashton, minister for jobs and innovation Michaela Cash and CTO Tim Hopper at the grant ceremony

 
The METS Ignited Collaborative Project Fund will match investments from Qteq partner Wallis Drilling to create subsurface Measurement While Drilling (WMD) sensors for Reverse Circulation drilling operations. 
 
The MWD sensor is the latest in a series of sensors and technologies that the company are looking to release in the near future. 
 
One of the reasons for development of the sensors is to provide junior explorers technology for an affordable and cost-efficient price. 
 
"Through our sensor developments, we've got sensors we install in wells to allow our customers to measure what they are doing and monitor what they're doing. That gives data that can manage...

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