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Koltek Energy Services Opens Testing Facility in Okmulgee, Oklahoma

Koltek Energy Services, a nationwide energy services company, has launched a Testing Facility at its 99 acre facility, 39 miles south of Tulsa, in Okmulgee, Oklahoma.

According to company officials, this location will allow oilfield equipment manufacturers the ability to test their tools in a secure location 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Koltek has offices in California, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Kansas and Texas with immediate plans to expand to New Mexico.

CEO Tim Koltek states, "Our business model is unique in that we own the land, mineral rights, drilling rigs, directional equipment, mud pumps and all the equipment necessary for companies to test their oilfield tools. Our customers can rest assured that they will have the most state of the art equipment to work with, experienced personnel and the strictest confidentiality."

The varying lithology in Okmulgee County creates a valuable and challenging test environment for customers. Formations include the Booch, Dutcher, Hunton, Woodford, Burgen and Tyner, officials explained.

Companies can drill anything from surface wells to 5000 ft. directional wells because of Koltek's EM MWD drilling equipment, including directional drillers on site to manage operations. Services including well planning and permits are handled in house, officials said.

Koltek uses a modern Gefco Speedstar 185K top drive drilling rig with a 61 foot high, 185,000 lb static hook load, and hydraulically raised mast with dual raising cylinders.The company has redundant MZ-9 mud pumps rated at 1000 HP each.


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