Cheal A is bustling, with more than 100 guys working at the site at present. We’ve poured the concrete foundations for the new Cheal gas processing plant, A-11 is nearing completion, and the final hook-ups on the new power fluid pump drives (we’re pretty excited about our Schlumberger Variable Speed Drive) will be running soon.
Cheal-C is also being transformed, and rigs are now in place at Cheal B-5. Some photos are below, and we look forward to reporting the results of these new optimizations soon.
TAG’s Cheal-A site neighbors go on about their business, unaffected by our oil and gas production.
TAG now lines all its pits for extra environmental protection. Here are the skimmer pits for rainwater run-off from the Cheal C-Site.
The Ensign Rig #6 is loaded up and heading over to Cheal-B5, having finished its work at Cheal C-4.
Pouring concrete foundations for TAG's new gas plant (which is being built in Alberta) at the Cheal A-Site.