BlueFire Working in the Permian Basin
As prolific basin continues ramp-up, BlueFire is poised for opportunities
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- BlueFire Equipment Corporation (OTCQB: BLFR) announced today the company is aggressively establishing relationships for its proprietary polycrystalline diamond cutter (PDC) drill bit technology in the Permian Basin.
A longtime center of activity for conventional oil and gas exploration, the Permian Basin's current production, along with that of the Eagle Ford, is estimated to be more than one million barrels per day, according to Reuters.
Chairman and CEO of BlueFire Equipment Corporation William A. Blackwell said, "Based on our meetings with prospective clients, we are highly optimistic about our ability to generate substantial business in this market."
BlueFire's exclusive design has the ability to provide higher rates of penetration (ROP) and longer bit runs in hard rock formations and shales, representing a breakthrough in drilling technology.
In order to improve performance and reduce drilling cost per foot, BlueFire bits employ large cutter face volumes for rapid drilling of shales, sandstones, limestones and sticky clays. These bits utilize premium PDC cutters for improved ROP and are designed with computational fluid dynamics (CFD) directed ports to accelerate cleaning and optimize cooling of large diameter PDC cutters. Company findings indicate a decrease of more than 30 percent in temperature on the cutting surfaces, drastically reducing cutter wear and extending the life of the bit.
Conventional bits use nozzles that eject drilling fluid into the bottom of the wellbore resulting in a general application and uneven distribution at the point of contact. BlueFire's bit design employs strategically aligned nozzles to concentrate high-pressure jet streams directly on the cutting edge, lubricating the interface between the cutters and the rock formation being drilled. Furthermore, improved cleaning and scouring action facilitates the removal of cuttings. The result is a bit that runs cleaner and cooler.
Details about BlueFire Equipment Corporation and information about obtaining a quote are available at www.bluefireequipment.com.
About BlueFire Equipment Corporation (BLFR)
BlueFire Equipment Corporation designs and manufactures proprietary drilling technologies for use in the exploration and production of oil and gas in the United States. It sells and leases various sizes of polycrystalline diamond cutter (PDC) drill bits to drilling contractors and oil and gas companies. BlueFire Equipment Corporation was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas, where other major exploration and production companies have a presence, including ExxonMobil, BP and ConocoPhillips.
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BlueFire Equipment Corporation
William Blackwell, 866-713-3700
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