The T3W rig fits the environment and requirements for this northern California driller. Over the years, Greg Peters said he has drilled over 14,000 wells in California’s Sierra Foothills east of Sacramento. The average depth is about 400 feet, but many wells have been in the 1,000-foot range. At one time, his company ran as many as six rigs including four TH60s, a T3W and T4W drill. Today, … Read more
Geothermal pioneer finds the right bit for bad stone Mid-State Construction Company in Livingston,Tennessee, is a geothermal pioneer, having entered the market back in the early 1990s. Mid-State CEO and founder Johnny Coleman had grasped geothermal’s significance early on to become an outspoken proponent of the technology. However, Coleman said geothermal today no longer needs a spokesperson. This energy-saving strategy for cooling and heating … Read more
Balancing act Australian family started drilling as a support business to farming operation For the Serra family, having a versatile drill rig is necessary for the region and the type of work they do. The multi-generation family business is located on the fertile Atherton Tablelands of northern Queensland, Australia, and the T4W is its work horse, drilling bore holes for agriculture, residential and mining customers. Before his family … Read more
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