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Nisku, Alberta, Canada
Acctive Oilfield Inspection Inc. is an Alberta based service company established in 1995. The owner/operators are two brothers that started in the Oil and Gas Industry in the late 1980's. They began employment with Guardian Inspection and later moved to Premium Oilfield Inspection.
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There are many trucks specific to the industry such as flatbeds and tankers. Drilling rig transport, Explosive delivery trucks, Supply trucks, Vacuum trucks and swab rigs are also a few good examples of the specific types of trucks used in the oil and gas industry.
A swab rig operator drives the truck to the well to be swabbed or serviced. The process of swabbing involves a form of “well control” that releases bottom hole pressure in order to “kick” the well off. To put it simply, swabbing gets the well going.
Hot oilers are specialized truck units that facilitate heating of oil and treatment fluid. The unit plays a vital role in oilfield operations and is generally used during the winter season.
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As the name implies, vacuum trucks suck all types of liquid, sludge and other materials into a large tank. Across the petroleum industry, the application of vacuum trucks is very common.
Commonly used in the fields as well are trucks such as frac water heater trucks, or hot oil trucks. During the process of drilling and facing, a huge amount of waste is generated including salt and water. This requires proper disposal. These “water haulers” drive tanker trucks from oil fields to places where these contaminated materials can be appropriately disposed.