Industry Leader in Clean Energy Geomechanics

TTI is at the forefront of meeting the global need for ‘Clean Energy’ solutions for Sustainable Resource Development

 

Terralog Technologies Inc. (TTI™) is a service company focused on the development and implementation of technologies for Sustainable Resource Development. TTI’s area of expertise is Clean Energy Geomechanics.
About Us
Terralog Technologies Inc. (TTI™) is an environmental service company focused on the development and implementation of technologies for Sustainable Resource Development.
Technology Portfolio
We are an international service company with a technology portfolio that includes Advanced Deep Well Disposal, Unconventional Resource Development , and Clean Energy Geomechanics.
Community
Terralog Technologies Inc. (TTI™) and PT Terralog Teknologi Indonesia (PT TTI) invest a portion of their earnings into the Community Development Program (CDP).

Publications
Terralog has published numerous papers on their areas of expertise. View publications in areas of SFI™/CRI, Geomechanics, and Biosolids Management.
Contact Us
The Terralog Technologies Inc. (TTI™) head office is located in Calgary Canada.
Careers
View available opportunities at Terralog.

Our World Wide Projects

Bergen - Statoil

Terralog provided CRI services to Statoil from 2007 to 2016.

This offshore project was based on a dedicated injection well for drilling waste disposal in the North Sea.

Dammam – Saudi Aramco

Deep well disposal of NORM contaminated waste has proven to be a very viable solution for this project; and all NORM waste streams have been safely handled during SFI operations.

Duri – PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia

The Duri oilfield is one of the 141 oil fields operated in Sumatra, Indonesia by PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia under a production sharing contract with the Government of Indonesia.

North Dakota

Large volumes of Non-Hazardous Oilfield Wastes (NOW) are generated from upstream production operations in North Dakota, such as drilling wastes, oily sludge, produced solids, produced water, and frac fluids, etc.

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