Our proprietary simulation technology predicts downhole pressure variations caused by waves when drilling from floating rigs. This provides insights into risks and well pressure margins during well planning and operational phase
Early warning for possible mud losses, wellbore ballooning and kicks related to surge & swab during drill pipe connections on floaters
Less mud losses means lower drilling costs
Less waiting on weather in offshore drilling
Safer drilling operations with less emissions
Surge & swab simulation software
Surge & swab simulation services
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Senior Adviser, Technology
Thomas graduated with a PhD in Chemical Engineering from NTNU and spent the first 10 yers of his career with Statoil in various positions within R&D and projects. His latest position was CTO in Resman where he was responsible for all technology and development matters.
Adviser, Downhole Tools
MSc in Mechanical Engineering from NTNU. Background from Schlumberger, where Torgeir had spent 7 years working as Mechanical Engineer developing downhole tools for drilling. Field experience from land-based operations in the US. Torgeir works with Heavelock AS as part-time advisor.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
MSc in Cybernetics from the NTNU and business studies at BI. More than 10 years of experience within oil & gas projects. Prior to joining Heavelock AS Martin had worked 8 years for Norwegian oilfield service company Reinertsen with maintenance and modifications on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Chief Technical Officer (CTO)
PhD in Process Technology and MBA in Technology Management. Background from working in various technical, project and operational roles for Norske Skog, Reinertsen, Equinor and Solids.Experts in Norway and abroad. Considerable offshore experience from NCS and South-China Sea.