Conducting Preventative Maintenance (PM) on your well-site equipment is critical for reducing downtime, maximizing production, reducing emissions events, and meeting your operating budget objectives.
Routine maintenance will help identify and fix small problems before they become much larger, more expensive issues. Different types of equipment may need monthly, quarterly, or semi-annual PM service.
Field Services Overview
We offer start-up assistance, third party support, same to next day callout, equipment repairs, controls installation, telemetry installation, 24/7 phone and field support, parts sales, and more. We can retrofit and upgrade existing equipment to bring them into current environmental regulatory compliance. We also clean flame arrestors to keep field equipment operating properly in order to prevent methane venting.
OTA also has an advanced field service data management system called SmartSys through which we can provide you with consolidated maintenance, repair, and cost data about your equipment by location in order to help you manage your operations and expenses.
You can identify cost trends and problematic equipment that may need overhaul or replacement to stay within your operations budget or to achieve uptime objectives. We have remote telemetry systems that can give you real-time data on your equipment for fast response to issues and to maintain environmental compliance.
Conducting PMs on your well-site equipment is critical for reducing downtime, maximizing production, reducing emissions events, and meeting your operating budget objectives. Routine maintenance will help identify and fix small problems before they become much larger, more expensive issues
Retrofits & Refurbish
OTA can help you upgrade or retrofit existing equipment in the field to improve its operation and reliability or to have it comply with current regulatory standards. We can also refurbish existing equipment in the field or in your yard in order to extend the life of your assets.
Flame Arrestor Cleaning
Flame arrestors are an often overlooked maintenance item that should be cleaned periodically. They can get clogged over time, which creates flow restrictions on the vapors going to your emissions control devices. This will result in poorly performing equipment and unwanted gas venting.