Di-Corp Congratulates Two SAIT Students Awarded 2022 Di-Corp Don Peteherych Awards.

Jul 19, 2022

Di-Corp is pleased to congratulate the 2022 recipients of the Di-Corp Don Peteherych Memorial Award at SAIT Polytechnic. The Di-Corp Don Peteherych Endowment Fund supports one or more awards annually for students in the Chemical Engineering Technology program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT). For 2022, the Don Peteherych Memorial was awarded to two students. Di-Corp congratulates…

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Di-Corp congratulates 2022 Don Peteherych Bursary Recipients

May 30, 2022

Calgary, AB, Canada, May 30, 2022 – Di-Corp is pleased to congratulate the 2022 recipients of the Di-Corp Don Peteherych Bursary. The annual bursary, valued at up to $3000 per recipient, is awarded to as many as three continuing students who are enrolled in either Chemical and Petroleum Engineering or Oil & Gas Engineering at the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering. The annual…

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Di-Corp establishes West Africa Sales Representative in Accra, Ghana

Feb 17, 2022

Accra, Ghana, Africa – Di-Corp, a Canadian manufacturer and distributor of down-hole consumables for the mineral exploration industry, is pleased to announced it now has a dedicated West Africa sales representative located in Accra, Ghana. The Di-Corp Accra representative will support existing and new customers in the region by providing an in-region contact who can coordinate the reliable delivery…

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How Mud Terminator can help you comply with new Excess Soil Regulations in Ontario and elsewhere

Mar 31, 2021

If dealing with excess soils and meeting excess soil regulations is part of your job, we believe Mud Terminator and this article may be just what you need. Read on, and be sure to request a free Mud Terminator sample to see how effectively it works. Excess soil regulations took effect in 2021 In recent years, municipal and provincial governments across Canada have been adjusting regulations pertaining…

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PSAC forecasts increase in wells drilled in 2021 - Di-Corp is ready to assist

Jan 28, 2021

In its first update to the 2021 Canadian Oilfield Services Activity Forecast, released today, the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) has revised the number of wells drilled (rig released) across Canada for 2021 to 3,350 wells. This is an increase of 750 wells which would be a considered a modest amount based on historical activity, but is 29 percent over PSAC’s original 2021 Forecast…

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Di-Corp supporting H.O.P.E.’s this holiday season

Dec 24, 2020

Sometimes a bit of hope can get you through a difficult time. That’s why Di-Corp is pleased to support the work of H.O.P.E.’s Kitchen in North Bay, ON, home of our drill rod and coring tool manufacturing plant. H.O.P.E.’s (which stands for Help Our People Eat) grew out of the compassion and caring of Katie Valiquette and Chris Brown, a husband and wife team and co-owners of Flat Rate Towing…

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The importance of greasing the Core Barrel Head Assembly

Dec 16, 2020

By Richie Gushulak, Product Manager / Design Engineer A successful Core Drilling operation involves the continual advancement of Core Tooling into the ground, as efficiently as possible, until the point of bore hole completion. The drilling process incorporates the use of a Core Barrel Assembly which includes a removeable Inner Tube Assembly. Each time this inner assembly is winched from the rod string,…

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Di-Corp’s M.O.L.E. Method reduces time, costs, and waste when mixing polymer based drilling fluids for diamond drilling

Sep 8, 2020

After 60 years in business, Di-Corp has learned a thing or two about maximizing the quality, value and effectiveness of drilling fluids. We’re always looking for ways to help our customers optimize their use of drilling fluid systems for reduced costs, less waste, and increased drilling rates. A few years back, we introduced the M.O.L.E. Method of mixing dry polymer in order to minimize or avoid…

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Corinox effectively prevents corrosion with zero impact on solids or the rheology of water based drilling fluids

Aug 27, 2020

Corrosion – the deterioration of a metal or its properties – attacks every component at every stage in the life of every oil and gas field. From casing strings to production platforms, from drilling through to abandonment – the oil industry utilizes many complex and demanding production techniques that rely on components made of carbon steel. When any one of those components fails the impacts…

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A grounded approach to wellbore stabilization

Aug 19, 2020

Following is a reprint of a Coring Magazine article written by Di-Corp Drilling Fluids Manager, Walker Dillabough. When we consider all the variables that can add to or subtract from the successful completion of a drilling program, one universally stands out:  ground condition. Millions of meters of exploration has surely given us a healthy respect for the fact that ground is different everywhere…

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