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ConServ Commences Vessel Cleaning Project in New York

A ConServ crew mobilized this day to commence vessel cleaning projects (e.g., Filter Seperators) at a gas compression facility in New York

ConServ Receives SBA-Veteran-Owned, HUBZone Business Recertification

ConServ is pleased to announce it has been recertified as a U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Veteran-Owned HUBZone business.    The HUBZone program helps small businesses headquartered in historically underutilized business zones achieve a competitive edge in procuring contracts.

ConServ Commences Vessel Cleaning/Retirement Project in OH

ConServ mobilized a crew this day to commence with vessel cleaning/retirement project in Ohio.  Work will generally consist of opening, cleaning and retiring an assortment of well & pipeline drips and methanol bottles.

ConServ Kicks Off Michigan Demo Project

A ConServ crew was mobilized to Michigan this day to commence a demolition project in a major gas compressor facility.

Rig #7 Deployed to PA

Rig #7 was deployed this day to complete well servicing projects  in a gas storage field in PA.

ConServ Awarded Multi-Site, Turn-Key AST Retirement/Replacement Projects

ConServ is pleased to announce it has been awarded and commenced with a multi-facility AST retirement/replace project for a major gas transmission pipeline company.  Generally work will consist of: old AST cleaning and disconnect, old AST retirement an closure per WVDEP AST requirements, foundation removal/modifications/reaplcement, and lastly new AST and associated piping installation and commissioning.

Rig #2 Deployed

Rig #2 (a Dickirson SR80 Double Pole) was deployed this day for the season on plug and abandonment projects

Rig #1 Deployed

Rig #1 ( an IDECO H35 Double Derrick Service Rig) was deployed this day for the season to complete plug and abandonment projects.

Rig #6 Mast Undergoes API Level IV Inspection

In order to reduce the likelihood of mast collapses and protect rig workers, API developed Recommended Practice (RP) 4G for rig owners/operators to adhere to.   Current API RP4G (revised in 2020) requires Level 4 mast inspections every 3,650 operating days or 13 years (which ever comes first).  A Level IV inspection generally consists of removal the the mast, inspection of the crown, sheaves, welds and other critical components.    As such, Rig #6  (which ConServ purchased new and placed into service in 2006) was taken out of service for inspection, has successfully passed the inspection, and is now ready for another 13 years of service.

At ConServ, our customers expect us to provide them the safest and most efficient equipment in the industry.  ConServ not only wants to protect its employees, but also the reputation of our customers and the industry we all work in.   Look for Rig #6 to be deployed to projects soon.

ConServ Awarded Multi-State, Multi-Rig ‘Turn Key’ Plugging Program

ConServ is pleased to announce a major energy company has awarded ConServ a large well P&A program covering multiple states in the northeast.  Work is slated to commence in coming weeks.  ConServ will be providing this customer with customized bundled equipment/service packages consisting of rigs (derrick & pole) & ancillary equipment, cementing services, wireline services, and specialty tools/equipment (e.g., casing jacks).