Founded in 2001, RECON is the evolution of a long line of successful oilfield service companies. RECON has become noted experts in Open Hole logging, Cased Hole logging / completions and Specialty Cased Hole logging services (Production Logging, Casing Inspection, Bond Logging etc.). RECON is currently the only service provider offering high resolution STANDARD data at speeds as fast as, if not faster than, industry main pass data. RECON is the exclusive provider of HDD™ (High Definition Data), the industry’s highest resolution data sampling rate, allowing for the most complete and precise view of the wellbore. A growing number of successful North American producers depend on RECON’s HDD™ well logging services to provide the highest levels of downhole certainty. Clients rely on our Open Hole and Cased Hole data sets to evaluate their wells and to guarantee the accuracy of their reserves.
With locations both in Canada and the US, RECON delivers services throughout North America’s oil and gas activity centers.
Experience - Reliability - Superior Service
Our depth of experience and commitment to exceptional service allows us to deliver un-matched wellsite efficiency. We consistently deliver our STANDARD high resolution data as well as our High Definition Data efficiently, reliably and without incident - every time. These are the cornerstones of RECON's well logging services. Committed to a 'whatever it takes' approach to customer care, RECON's dedication translates into bottom-line value for our customers.
Positioned for Growth
As the only provider of HDDTM (High Definition Data), RECON is positioned to be the first-choice provider of logging services in North America. RECON possesses the technology that has been proven to deliver in challenging oil and gas environments ranging from: Tight/Thin Bed Gas/Liquids targets, Heavy Oil (Conventional and Thermal), Oil Sands, Coal Bed Methane developments and Highly Heterogeneous/Tight Shale plays. RECON has the experienced people and the right equipment to meet the demands of today's oil and natural gas producers.