Coretrax expands ME presence

OE Staff
Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Coretrax, an engineered servicing company for wellbore clean up and abandonment, has radically expanded its Middle East presence by moving its Saudi Arabian operations into a 130,000sq ft facility in Dammam.  

"We’ve worked hard to get to this point and I’m incredibly proud of our dedicated and enthusiastic team, which we look forward to growing in the coming months," said Kenny Murray, director and founder, Coretrax.

The new purpose built work environment encompasses office space which can accommodate 150 personnel and a warehouse/training complex. A team of 50 will work from the base initially and, following a recruitment drive over the coming 12 months, this number is expected to grow to 95.

The new facility is now one of Coretrax’s five Middle East bases.

Image: Kenny Murray/Coretrax

Categories: Decommissioning Activity Production Middle East Workover Drilling

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