Rotary ONE Services Drilling Fluids is a Certified MHA TERO Contractor working several projects on Native American Tribal Lands in NORTH DAKOTA and MONTANA.
With service in TEXAS, NEW MEXICO and OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE AREA, we strive on bringing quality products and Professional Engineering Services to you.
Oil Based Mud (OBM) is used for many reasons such as increased lubricity, greater cleaning abilities with less viscosity.
Also OBM can withstand greater heat without breaking down.
Rotary ONE Services LLC was founded in 2006 to ensure Experienced and Qualified Engineering in the Drilling Fluids Industry.
We are currently focused on projects in North Dakota and are one of the few MHA TERO Certified Contractors approved to work on the Indian Reservation.
We are working several projects in North Dakota, Wyoming, Montana. We are following the play in the Bakken Shale Formation. There are now over 4,000 active oil wells in North Dakota and that estimate is forecast to rise as more and more oil is extracted. Some of the sweet spots in Bakken Shale Oil Field by city are: Beluh, Hazen, Parshall, Garison, Washburn. Bakken Shale Oil Field Counties: Mountrail County, Dunn County, Mercer County and McKenzie County.
The goal for Rotary ONE is to ensure quality Products and exceptional Professional Engineering Service. We take pride in our company and what we can do for you. We provide a exclusive approach to Drilling Fluids Programming which will benefit your operations. Rotary ONE prides itself with leadership and vision for our clients.
As Rotary ONE expands, we will broaden our services to more locations through-out the United States. Rotary ONE Drilling Fluids LLC offers services in Texas, New Mexico, Panhandle Area, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. We now have new locations in Denver Colorado, Dickinson North Dakota and will be expanding our services more in the future.
Check out the new Rotary ONE website and see what services we offer and see what we can do to benefit your Drilling Operations. Stay tuned for new updates!
Midland and Odessa Texas have been in the current oil boom for quite some time now, but is it going anywhere?
The last major bust hit the Permian Basin in the early 80's. Before that, the boom and high oil prices brought prosperity and many jobs to the area, along with a Rolls Royce dealership and a huge demand for housing.
With the bust over and the boom back in Midland and Odessa, a lot of thanks goes to the advanced techniques of hydraulic fracking and Horizontal Drilling for extended oil production.
Hydraulic fracking, which is commonly just called fracking, is a drilling technique to extract oil from deep under the ground. Although this technique has been used for over 6 decades, horizontal drilling only became available in the 1990's. Simply, once a vertical well reaches the deep layer of rock, the well will curve at about a 90 degree angle and the horizontal drilling will begin and can extend over 1 mile from the well. Drilling fluid is then pumped into the well at a very high pressure, powerful enough to fracture the rock and create fissures and cracks to let oil and gas flow. This fairly new technique has unlocked vast amounts of deposits of shale in the Basin and other parts of Texas.
With the advanced drilling techniques and the basis that the Permian Basin has more oil than anywhere in the world, it seems the oil boom in the Basin is not going anywhere any time soon. These techniques are supplying more oil from old and new wells alike and the number of new oil wells have doubled over the last few years.