Boost For British Drilling Association – New Members Announced

February 4, 2022

The British Drilling Association (BDA) is pleased to announce the addition of two new members that have recently joined the Association. The new members are MT Geoservices Limited and 360Drilling Limited.

Both Geoservices Limited and 360Drilling Limited were approved as members by the BDA management committee and are welcomed by the BDA, which recognises the valuable wealth of knowledge and perspective they bring to the Association.

Speaking about the two new members, BDA Chair Richard Fielden said: “I am pleased to welcome both MT Geoservices Limited and 360Drilling Limited to the Association, which has continued to see its membership grow over the past year.

“Every member of the BDA has its own unique view of the drilling industry, shaped by its real-world experiences. It is these often-diverse views of issues and challenges that we need to help guide the activities of the BDA as well as allow the BDA to better represent the drilling sector.”

Richard added: “The BDA is working hard to drive up standards and the levels of professionalism within then drilling sector, and with the BDA Audit having recently also undergone a major overhaul, companies in the drilling sector are finding BDA Membership more relevant than ever. “

BDA membership is open to enterprises such as companies, partnerships, and sole traders etc., contractors that have proof their drilling operatives either have, or are registered to take, NVQ Land Drilling, Level 2, non-contracting suppliers, and consultants.

For more information about the BDA contact the BDA by email (office@britishdrillingassociation.co.uk)

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