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Press Release
21.01.2014
ConocoPhillips and Chevron Contribute to $10 Million Funding Round to Fuel Growth of Ziebel’s Innovative Oil & Gas Intervention Services Groundbreaking Well Intervention Technology Enables Access and Visualization of Entire Wellbore in Real-time
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STAVANGER, Norway –January 20, 2014
Ziebel, a Stavanger-based provider of specialist well intervention services for the oil and gas industry, announced today that it has closed a round of growth capital raising USD$10 million. The funding was secured from lead investor ConocoPhillips Technology Ventures, along with Chevron Technology Ventures, and Energy Technology Ventures. Existing Ziebel investors Energy Ventures, Viking Venture, Jebsen Asset Management, Investinor, and Klaveness Invest also participated in the round.
Ziebel develops and provides game-changing well intervention technology for the oil and gas industry with its proprietary fiber optic composite rod technology, the Z-System™. The proceeds from this investment will assist Ziebel in completing product development and commercialization of its technologies. 
 
Visualizing the entire wellbore increases production, enhances understanding
“The ability to access and visualize the entire wellbore in real-time in challenging well environments allows ConocoPhillips to increase production from our existing assets through enhanced understanding of our reservoirs,”said Ram Shenoy, chief technology officer of ConocoPhillips. “We believe this technology makes a difference in our ability to produce oil and gas in a more efficient manner.”
 
“Working with Tier One oil and gas companies like ConocoPhillips and Chevron as both customers and investors greatly enhances Ziebel’s ability to grow value for its customers and shareholders,”said Carel Hoyer, chairman of Ziebel.
 
Developing new fiber optic technology
To date, Ziebel has performed more than 60 commercial well intervention runs for IOCs, NOCs and large independents, most recently in the North Sea and the Middle East. 
 
Ziebel is currently completing prototype testing of a new service called Z-Line™, a composite fiber optic line. It is a miniaturization of the Z-system™, allowing for more cost-effective operations targeting well integrity, gas-lift optimization and flow characterization in non-horizontal wellbores globally.
 
“There is a great deal of interest in our technologies,”said Stig Hognestad, chief executive officer of Ziebel. “This additional funding provides us with the resources to accelerate the
scale-up of our operations to service our growing customer base. In addition, it allows Ziebel to continue investing in the development of our unique system for better understanding of well behaviour, flow characterization, and well integrity.”
 

Awards

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ICoTA Europe Innovation Award 2015
Z-Line® nominated for ICoTA's 2015 European Innovation Award
 
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Oilfield Service Award: New Venture of the Year
Nominee

Ziebel

• Z-system launched in 2011/2012, qualified and used extensively by oil majors in the North Sea

• Widely recognized value add of real time well and recervoir data gathering by optical fibers

• Strong revenue growth in 2013
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Finalist
World Oil 2012 
Best Intervention Award
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Nominated
ONS 2012 SME Innovation Award
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Winner
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Woodlands Texas 
24. March 2010.
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