Directional Drilling

Our seasoned veterans of the HDD industry are capable of providing drilling and crossing services in all situations, ground conditions, and environments. We utilize the latest in DCI walk-over guidance systems and our crews are also experienced with wireline, gyro, and mud-pulse drilling systems. We field multiple rig sizes, along with all required support equipment. Our crews have installed product up to 1200mm (48″) in diameter and on crossings over 1100 meters (3600′) in length. We have access to a full complement of tooling for drilling in any conditions.

Project Design

Through 20 plus years of experience, our team can help you plan your crossing, making sure that any drilling project is within the specifications of the product being installed, while also minimizing risks to the environment and surrounding landscape. Whether the job involves an outside engineering firm, we are fully ready, willing, and able, to lend our expertise to your project to ensure all project goals are met.

Fluid Management

Drilling fluids or “mud” is to directional drilling what blood is to the human body. In light of this, our rigs are fully equipped with mud mixing vans or fluid reclaimers, as necessary for the job’s specifications. Our trained and seasoned crews are always looking to optimize efficiency and save costs for the customer. Our mud recyclers allow us to do exactly that, by minimizing the waste products that need to be disposed of, and the mud additives required.

Mobilization & Transportation

We utilize our own tandem, and tri-axle trucks and trailers to mobilize to and from site. This reduces costs, complexity, and time required to setup on any job site. Our employees are all fully trained and licensed professional drivers and can safely and responsibly mobilize our drilling fleet. We are capable of mobilizing all over Canada and have recently completed projects in Alberta, B.C., and Saskatchewan.

Frac-Out Response

We have fully equipped contingency trailers available for any job. These trailers are equipped with sandbags, straw bales, erosion, and effluent control barriers, and pumps plus supporting equipment to ensure any unplanned fluid release can be managed and cleaned up without causing damage to the surrounding environment.