We provide experienced, dependable project management staff to oil & gas sites around the globe. Our team knows how to get the job done, and is insured, certified, and be IRP (industry recommended practices) #7 and IRP #16 compliant.
The project management division offers the client operational, technical expertise and computer services. In addition to operating wells in the four Western Canadian Provinces, Pajak Engineering Ltd. has been active in the Arctic, Northwest Territories, and the East Coast. Internationally Pajak is involved in projects in Libya, Syria, mainland and offshore China. Pajak Engineering Ltd. has experience in managing and supervising remote and offshore drilling projects, preparation of incident response plans and drilling application submissions.
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Pajak Engineering Ltd. acted as Project Manager for Galleon Energy Inc. in the surveying, drilling and casing for all the company’s wells since inception in August, 2003. This included all the wells on the Peace River Arch in Northwest Alberta, Canada. Well Depths varied from 500 to 3200 meters. The company grew to the 15,000 BOEPD range and hired additional staff to handle all operations.
Pajak Engineering Ltd. is acting as Project Manager for the construction, drilling and completion of wells located throughout Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada. The well depths vary from 700-1400 meters.
Pajak Engineering Ltd. acted as Project Manager for two (2) 1800 meter horizontal oil wells in the Maidstone Saskatchewan, Canada area. Further drilling is anticipated.
Pajak Engineering Ltd. acted as Project Manager for the drilling and completion of a 2265 meter horizontal, underbalanced gas well in the remote Kotcho area of NE British Columbia, Canada. Pajak looked after logistics, drilling and completion of this one well project.
Pajak Engineering Ltd. acted as Project Manager for a deep wildcat well located in Northwest Alberta, Canada. The well is located in a sensitive caribou area and was drilled during a short winter window.