Canning hotspot fires up
Weekend West | Saturday, March 9, 2013
The entry of drilling start-up Enerdrill into the WA oil and gas industry is almost a sure-fire sign that big expectations for the onshore industry are gathering pace. There has been plenty of action in Australia’s onshore oil and gas sector over the past year as players scramble to secure a slice of potential shale riches.
Giant drilling rig set to head north
Mandurah Coastal Times | Wednesday, March 6, 2013
ONE of the biggest drilling rigs for oil and gas in Australia was erected in Nambeelup last week, much to the delight of workers and onlookers. The rig is 55m tall and represents a significant achievement for Enerdrill staff.
Enerdrill stakes claim in exploration market
WA Business News | Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A GROUP of Western Australian oil and gas veterans have invested millions building some of the world’s largest drilling rigs, and are poised to tap into surging exploration in the local onshore sector.
A Colossal Drought Breaker
Energy News Bulletin | Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A Western Australian company plans to break a drought causing massive headaches in the outback – a lack of drill rigs. Enerdrill has launched two large drilling rigs and a smaller workover rig.
Rigging up a venture to target bigger rivals
The Australian | Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A group of well-known Perth businessmen has launched a home-grown oil and gas drilling venture, in a twist on the maxim that the guys selling shovels make the most money out of a gold rush.
Perth businessmen form drilling company Enerdrill
Business Spectator | Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A group of high-profile Perth businessmen from the investment banking, trucking and drilling sectors has launched an oil and gas drilling venture hoping to benefit from the development of Western Australia's shale gas deposits, according to The Australian.
Enerdrill fills major O&G shortage
My Resources | Sunday, March 3, 2013
Leveraging off strong demand in the oil and gas industry, Western Australian owned and operated heavy drilling company Enerdrill has unveiled its two drilling rigs and its workover rig at an open day in Mandurah.
Enerdrill to fill major shortage in oil & gas deep drilling requirements
Media Release | Friday, March 1, 2013
Leveraging off strong demand in the oil & gas industry, WA owned and operated heavy drilling company Enerdrill Pty Ltd, will today unveil its two drilling rigs and its workover rig at an Open Day in Mandurah.
Astute alliance triggered by drilling market gap
Oil & Gas Review, National | Friday, March 1, 2013
A group of Perth businessmen have pooled their experience in investment banking, trucking and drilling to capitalise on demand for heavy drill rigs in Australia. Oil and gas drilling venture Enerdrill is the brainchild of four high-profile WA industry players - founders of boutique investment house Argonaut, Eddie Rigg and Charlie Fear; trucking tycoon Jim Currie; and drilling expert John Wells - who identified a market gap for heavy-duty drilling equipment in the state's emerging shale gas industry and made the first move.
Enerdrill Adds New Rigs and Jobs to 2013
Oil & Gas Australia, National | Friday, March 1, 2013
Answering the cry of the industry when it comes to the availability of drilling rigs, Western Australian company Enerdrill has launched two new drilling rigs and one new workover rig at its Mandurah premises this month The company’s drilling rigs, one of which is Australia’s largest onshore heavy oil and gas rig, were specifically designed with high levels of reliability and redundancy to suit Australia’s harsh environment.