Tucker Energy Services was started in 1939 when the company's founder, Alvin Tucker, formed Trinidad Oilfield Services
and commenced operations with two steam powered cementing units.
Major expansions have included Colombia in 1979 and Venezuela in 1990. Over the years TES has developed a wealth of
experience in successful primary and remedial cementing under many conditions, including extensive offshore work, thermal
wells and deep hot completions, including 22,000 foot liner jobs in Venezuela.
To support proper slurry design utilizing TES' complete line of cement additives, state-of-the-art API cement laboratories
have been built in each district. Each of these labs have quality control systems installed to continuously monitor the quality
of additives, cements and mix waters before they are actually used on the job. Complete testing of all preflushes and spacers
are performed to API and customer specifications to ensure efficient and effective mud removal on every cement job. The use
of CEMPRO and CEM-JOB simulators and the Rapidlogger monitoring system ensures properly engineered design, execution
and evaluation of all cement jobs.
One of TES' greatest strengths is the experience of its people and this is continuously reinforced by regularly scheduled training
schools held at both its Houston training facility and in the field utilizing TES personnel and the support of technology partners.
TES has a proud history of service to many national and multinational oil companies and looks to the future with confidence
and optimism as it continues its international expansion.
TES' three main areas of cementing technology are: