Tasman Australia attended the 2021 IFAP CGU SafeWay Awards gala event at the Crown Towers in Perth on 15th October 2021 and won the WHS Management Award – SME! A big congratulations to Jason Arnall, Ichu Rebullo and the Tasman Australia team for their outstanding work, as well as a big thanks to IFAP and CGU Insurance for the great event!
Tasman is proud to announce the promotion of Babida Althaf from Operations Manager to General Manager of Tasman Middle East.
Tasman Oil Tools is proudly sponsoring The Game Changer Awards in Western Australia this year.
The Game Changer Awards is a STEM program for students that recognises excellence, ingenuity, innovation and entrepreneurship in tomorrow’s emerging leaders.
As the global outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) develops and continues to impact communities across the world, all our lives will undoubtedly be affected, in some way or another.
At Tasman our main, and primary concerns are the health and wellbeing of our employees and their families, clients, contractors, visitors and suppliers, as well as the communities in the Countries in which we operate.
The Novel CoronaVirus, or COVID-19 as we are more familiar with, is causing worldwide concern due to it’s high infection rate, and impact it’s having on the global economy.
The Tasman Group Management is taking the matter very seriously, and is doing everything practical to protect the health of our staff, contractors, and visitors.
As part of our actions to provide a safe working environment, we are taking strict measures with all staff, contractors, and visitors to Tasman sites.
We are pleased to announce that our Group Marketing Manager, Yael Mitchell, was recently named as one of the Australian winners of the CEO Today’s Business Women of the Year Awards 2019, for her sales and marketing efforts.
The CEO Today Business Women of the Year Awards are dedicated to recognising the achievements and leadership of women in business and celebrates female entrepreneurs and CEO’s who continue to lead in their respective sectors and influence the wider corporate agenda.
Early Days 1980 → 1996
Tasman Oil Tools Ltd was originally registered in New Zealand in 1980 following the sale of Drexel Offshore Services based in Singapore which was active in the 1970’s and its first major contract was the geothermal project at Ngawha. A branch office was then opened in Perth later becoming Tasman Oil Tools Pty Ltd.
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We’re expanding into Singapore
We are pleased to start the new year with an announcement of Tasman Oil Tools expansion into Singapore, following the agreement to acquire a complementary oil tool rental fleet based in South East Asia, as a result of the liquidation of a competitor group.
This base will support Tasman’s existing and future clients throughout the Region.
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Tasman is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to acquire a complementary oil tool rental fleet based in Asia, as a result of the liquidation of a competitor group. The purchase price is up to a maximum of US$4.0 million and again demonstrates Tasmans’ continued investment within the industry sector.
Continue reading Tasman Oil Tools has entered into an agreement to acquire an Asia based oil tool rental fleet group.
As part of our services in oil & gas drilling it is critically important to ensure proper working and fitting personal protective equipment is used, not only for workers but also for visitors and contractors for any organizations, even if it’s meant to be used as the last line of defence for any hazards and risks that come along with the working environment.
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Depressed oil and gas prices have put the pressure on upstream oil and gas companies to increase efficiency at every level. Companies have been looking to rent oilfield equipment to reduce equipment costs. Renting equipment can be a great way to save costs, yet purchasing equipment also has its benefits. Factors such as downtime, storage, transport and availability will effect equipment costs. Sometimes it may be a case of purchasing some equipment and hiring other items depending on your needs. In this post Tasman Oil Tools will outline how to choose whether to buy or rent your oil tools.
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Tasman Oil Tools Group (“Tasman”) and OLIO Resources Sdn Bhd (“OLIO”) are pleased to announce the launch of a new Joint Venture entity, OLIO Tasman Oil Tools Sdn Bhd (“OLIO Tasman”). The venture (an OLIO subsidiary) combines the resources, expertise and capacity of both Companies, to supply Drilling Rental Tools, Wellbore Clean Up and Pressure Control Solutions to the South East Asian region.
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Tasman Oil Tools’ has recently announced the appointment of Ian Gardner as Managing Director. Ian joined Northbridge Industrial Services plc, Tasman’s parent Company, in 2007 and has been responsible for the expansion of the Group’s activities across the Eastern Hemisphere, across all trading divisions and he holds a seat on the Northbridge board of Directors.
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Tasman Oil Tools is proud to be supporting Welltrain, a world-class training organisation providing Well Control Equipment for “hands-on training”. For over 20 years, Welltrain has been serving the oil and gas industry by providing a broad range of skills based training in Drilling, Completion, Workover and Well Services.
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Tasman Oil Tools is pleased to announce the company’s expansion of their oil tools operations into Egypt by teaming-up with Al Nada Oil Services Free Zone.
Continue reading EXCITING NEW RENTAL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT FOR TASMAN OIL TOOLS AND AL NADA OIL SERVICES FREE ZONE IN EGYPT
Tasman Oil Tools is pleased to announce the company’s expansion into Qatar by teaming-up with Eurotechnology.
Tasman Oil Tools recently had Jay Medina, UAE Operations Manager from Cougar, visit our yard to train our service technicians on the Drilling Jar’s.
To meet growing demand and provide a better service, Tasman Australia purchased a brand new drilling and fishing jar tester.
The latest tool added to Tasman Australia’s Inventory that complements Tasman United Arab Emirates and New Zealand stock is the Cougar DJ-10 Double Acting Hydra-Mechanical Jar. The DJ-10 is assembled with the same dependable mechanical lock mechanism as the Cougar DS DJ-6, only with the added capacity to jar down hydraulically.
Tasman Oil Tools Australia employee Andrew Ridgwell, 29, who has recently completed his Cert III in Engineering – Fabrication Trade (Welding) apprenticeship program.