Press Release

Atlas Copco is pleased to announce a standard assortment on our oil and gas bit line. All bits are available with the “R4” one piece retrieval system or standard head with fishing threads.  There are three face designs to choose from: Standard Face, XHG Face, and XAG Face. The Standard Face uses all ¾” (19 mm) … Read more
Atlas Copco Secoroc LLC has agreed to acquire U.S.-based NewTech Drilling Products, LLC. The acquisition adds a new type of high-quality product offering for oil and gas drilling. Based in Salt Lake City,Utah, NewTech develops and manufactures drilling products with a focus on rotary PDC (polycrystalline diamond compact) drill bits. These durable tools are designed … Read more
TotalGroup (2)_web Key players in the joint research project are (from left): Elton Wright, Sandia National Laboratories (SNL); David Raymond, SNL; Bernie Bladies, Atlas Copco Customer Center; Ron Boyd, Atlas Copco Secoroc; Jeff Greving, SNL; Jiann Su, SNL; Steve Knudsen, SNL; Dale Wolfer, Atlas Copco Secoroc; Paul Campbell, Atlas Copco Secoroc, and Doug Blankenship, SNL. The U.S. … Read more
Drilling company owners compare their years of experience with the TH60 and T3W. People can be creatures of habit, so it’s good to occasionally look at all options from a new perspective when making big purchase decisions…and a drill rig is a big purchase. In the spring of 2011, Tier 4 engine regulations will go into effect requiring changes to deck engines that will greatly affect the price … Read more
The expansion includes a new 20,000 sq. ft. office, assembly and distribution center. Atlas Copco has expanded its Fort Loudon, Pa., campus to include down-the-hole hammer production. The facility there has been making down-the-hole hammer bits since 1989. The expansion includes a new 20,000-square-foot office, assembly and distribution facility to support the hammer assembly demands for the global market in the 4-inch and larger, QL- and TD-model hammer … Read more
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