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James Law Field Engineer READ Cased Hole

James Law returns to READ

We are pleased to announce a new addition to our experienced field engineering team. James Law has been appointed as Field Engineer and he brings to READ more than 11 years cased hole logging experience.

Joining us from a global well intervention specialist, James previously worked at READ from 2013 to 2018 and we are excited to welcome him back. Throughout his oil and gas career, he has worked internationally both onshore and offshore and has an in-depth knowledge of Sondex memory and surface read out tools.

James said, “I am looking forward being back at READ and delivering the best possible levels of service for production logging and well integrity to our customers all over the world.”

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