The MB Well Services GmbH is the Corporate Merger of the two former operative companies Erdöl-Erdgas Workover GmbH and Koller Workover & Drilling GmbH, which both are active in the fields of drilling, completion and workover of deep wells since decades. The company is located in Salzwedel, Germany.
The company is a 100% subsidiary of the family-owned MB Holding Company LLC, based in Oman. The fundamental core competency of the company is the production of various raw materials as well as the construction of special machines for these activities.
We build on more than 100 years of lasting company history in the field of services related to production, injection and storage wells. Our employees, with often more than 20 years of company membership, form the core of our experience and competence for the work on the well sites.
We are aware of our social and economic responsibility. Because of that the MB Well Services GmbH is actively involved in the German Gas, Petroleum and Geoenergy Association (BVEG), in the Drilling School Celle (Bergschulverein Bohrmeisterschule Celle e.V.) and association GeoEnergy Celle e.V. In addition, we have been the driving force to re-establish the vocational training to mining technologist in the specialization of deep drilling technology. A good training is the basis for quality and safety on the wellsite. That’s why we have constantly between 12 to 19 trainees in different year of training.
Provision of Services
With a total of 24 workover rigs and a range in hook loads from 33 t to 220 t, MB Well Services GmbH is the largest provider of onshore workover services for deep wells in Germany and one of the biggest in Western Europe. The wide range of workover rigs and additional equipment allows us to align the work flexible and close to the needs of the customer. Our two largest rigs are equipped with the Top Drives, which allows us to drill down to 3,500 m.
For the Wireline Services we have a total of 4 winches (including one double-drum unit), which allows us work on slickline and braided line up to depths of 6,000 m. An extensive inventory of a wide variety of downhole tools gives us the possibility to perform standard operations such as drift runs, cleaning trips, solids recovery and more useful services such as pressure-temperature measurements, fluid sampling, mirror sinking, or setting and retrieving plugs.