Randeep Grewal – Emphasizing Technology Transfer in CBM Development
LiFaBriC is an abridged version of “Lined Faulted Brittle Coals” and describes the unique and often times quite complex sub surface geological strata of the Chinese coal beds. This geological features makes for conventional CBM (if CBM can even be considered truly conventional) drilling techniques extremely difficult. Randeep Grewal has directed Greka in the creation of the breakthrough cornerstone technology of LiFaBriC. With advantages such as longer laterals that permit greater coal seam access, the ability to explore for CBM without fracking (thus preventing additional costs while simultaneously protecting the environment), and the slotted polyliner LiFaBriC well preventing hole collapse, this amazing technology is being transferred to allow China to tap into its vast resources of CBM.
Randeep Grewal has had extensive experience in CBM, having successfully anticipated every challenge that could possibly be resent as well as being present in person to direct the initial CBM efforts in China. Under his guidance, the technology transfer will not only
be done smoothly but will see a large increase in production as well as profits.
What does the future hold for Greka Drilling with Randeep Grewal at the helm? Well, in Mr. Grewal’s own words:
“The shareholders of London Listed Greka Drilling believe that a better engineering process could be developed. Time, conviction, commitment, knowledge, and perseverance were key factors in achieving this breakthrough. As a result, the unconventional gas industry, for both Coal Bed Methane and Shale Gas, now has a reliable solution —a solution that works in the pursuit of commercializing the production of unconventional gases.”
In short, this technology transfer from Greka Drilling will allow China to aggressively expand its unconventional gas production targets.Read more