Lasso Drilling Corporation is a privately owned and operated company incorporated in 2006. The Lasso fleet consists of two telescopic double drilling rigs. Rig one in South East Saskatchewan and rig two now operating throughout Alberta. Our rigs are capable of drilling horizontal, directional and vertical wells to a measured depth of 3500-4000 metres.
Lasso has built a reputation as an efficient and highly respected company. Our dedicated and experienced crews enable Lasso to provide a safe and efficient service.
Lasso Drilling Corporation is proud to announce the acquisition of four (4) AC, Range three stiff mast singles from Xtreme Drilling Corp.
These advanced AC VFD drilling rigs are capable of drilling 2800m-3000m horizontal wells. With 600hp VFD Drawworks and a 1000hp Mud pump that is driven by an 1150hp AC traction drive motor the fuel savings for our clients is noticeable when compared to similar DC driven or mechanical range three singles.
These rigs will join our current fleet of telescopic doubles and will be listed and Lasso Drilling rigs 3, 4, 5, and six (formerly Xtreme 10).
Potential employees are welcome to apply at email@example.com
Our new rigs are located in Innisfail, Provost, Wainwright and Brooks.
For your drilling needs we are happy to announce that Greg Wilkinson has also joined our team and can be contacted at:
VP Sales & Marketing.
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Rig #1 was constructed by Mastco in 2006. Ask around, this is one of the most efficient rigs in SE Saskatchewan. It has been drilling wells in SE Saskatchewan from day one. With less than .5% down time and consistent crews this rig just keeps on running. The crews on rig one are local to the area, experienced and knowledgeable about zones and possible problems.
Rig #2 was constructed in 2008 by X-Treme in Innisfail. With a TSM 850 drawworks and a Tesco 250T top drive this rig is capable of 4000m+ horizontal wells all across Alberta. It has a generous sub height that can fit many different BOP options required to drill a well. The crews have worked hard to make this an efficient moving rig. This rig consistently beats drilling curves wherever we are drilling.