ANTARES is a German company, developing and engineering wireline logging tools for over 20 years. Some 85 engineers, scientists and technicians are working in 4 countries. Stringent testing procedures and extensive quality control are key to our daily business and customer’s satisfaction. Our experienced people not only offer a large range of logging tools, they also find customized solutions for special challenges of our clients. We support our clients at all levels.
Our customers are located worldwide and are working in a large variety of industries: oil and gas, cavern storage, mining, water management and marine research.
ANTARES offers a complete system, consisting of an ‘easy-to-use’ surface acquisition system and reliable and ruggedized down hole logging tools. ANTARES is also a ‘one-stop-shop’. We can deliver a fully equipped logging truck or offshore logging unit to you – you let us know what truck you want and what cable you require and we deliver the complete unit fully equipped to any location you want.
Discover the ‘German Engineering’ difference!
Please visit us at our booth at
Congreso Mexicano del Petroleo (Mexican Oil Congress), Guadalajara, Mexico: 10th to 13th June (http://www.congresomexicanodelpetroleo.com/)
You will find us at booth 901
ADIPEC Abu Dhabi: 10th to 13th of Nov. 2015 (http://www.adipec.com/)
You will find us in the German Pavilion.
or just drop by at our facilities in Germany (near Bremen) or in the US (Houston)
You are always welcome!
We like to thank all our visitors on the 77th EAGE Conference & Exhibition in Madrid (June 2015)
We like to thank all our visitors on the OTC in Houston (May 2015).
We will have a representative at the following exhibitions:
Global Petroleum Calgary, Canada: 9th to 11th June 2014 (http://globalpetroleumshow.com/)
SPWLA Long Beach: 18th to 22nd July 2015 (https://www.spwla.org/)
SPE Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition 2015, Houston USA: 28th to 30th September 2015
LAGCOE 2015, Lafayette, USA: 27th to 29th October 2015 (http://10times.com/lagcoe-expo-lafayette)
Please contact Randy Conley (email@example.com) to make an appointment.
Latin American Oil Exposition, Maracaibo, Venezuela: 16th to 18th June 2015
Please contact Miguel Ludena (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make an appointment.
New Equipment - New Logging Engineers - Qualification of your personnel!
There are several reasons to train your personnel!
ANTARES offers tailor-made training to suit individual customers needs.
The excellent training conditions at the ANTARES facilities allow us to offer training with practical lessons for all applications.
You will find at ANTARES
Several versed ANTARES logging engineers and maintenance engineers are available to provide trainings courses in three languages (English, German, and Russian).
Example: Training for New Equipment
For customers with new ANTARES equipment, we recommend a 2 Phase Approach:
1st Phase Training at ANTARES facilities
2nd Phase Commissioning at customers base and wellsite
ANTARES joins the SUGAR III Research project funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Sugar - Submarine Gas Hydrate Resources.
The joint project aligns German universities, research institutes and technology companies to investigate new technology for the research, exploration and excavation of submarine hydrate resources. They also investigate new concepts for gas transport. The hydrate extraction is coupled with a reposition (sequestration) of CO2 in sea sediments to minimize the possible impact on the environment of the hydrate removal.
The third phase of this project has currently started and focuses on key technologies for the exploration and production of methane gas from marine gas hydrates.
Within this frame ANTARES has won a grant for R&D to develop a memory acoustic instrument, which will be used by transportable sea floor drilling rigs for example the MeBo200 developed by MARUM.
Fig. Application of the ANTARES memory acoustic instrument
The acoustic instrument will provide valuable information regarding the lithology with possible gas bearing intervals.
Highly-automated measurement processes, short length of the instrument, high data-storage capacities and high resolution will be the key features for the design.