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Caliper tool from Probe designed for ultra-high temperature environments

Probe, a supplier of cased-hole logging and advanced monitoring technology to the global oil and gas and geothermal industries, has announced the launch of its UHT Dimension XY Caliper, the first XY Caliper Tool specifically designed to operate in ultra-high temperature environments. This new development expands upon the renowned Kuster geothermal logging tool portfolio, used extensively in the global geothermal industry for its performance and reliability.

Probe ProMAC tools deliver advanced measurement quality and reliability

Probe, a  supplier of cased-hole logging and advanced monitoring technology to the global oil and gas and geothermal industries,  has launched the ProMAC, a new series of multi-arm caliper tools. Designed to increase measurement accuracy, reliability and maintainability, ProMAC series tools offer the most advanced measurements in the industry to provide an accurate profile of the internal surface of tubing, casing and completion assemblies.

Probe plans acceleration of global expansion with investment

Probe Technologies Holdings, a supplier of logging and reservoir monitoring technology to the global oil and gas and geothermal industries, announced that Turnbridge Capital has completed a growth recapitalization of the Company alongside its experienced management team.  Federico Casavantes continues leadership of the Company as its President & Chief Executive Officer, while Gary Cresswell has joined to serve as Executive Chairman of Probe. 

Safer operations with electro-hydraulic setting tool

Probe Holdings, Inc., a technology firm that designs, manufactures and sells well logging and reservoir monitoring tools and systems for the oil and gas industry, announced that its electro-hydraulic setting tool, the iSet, is about to perform its first operation in the Middle East, where it is expected to continue to drive new safety and efficiency standards in well intervention and abandonment operations that require the use of setting tools.