Cubility appoints new head of international sales

9/14/2015

SANDNES, Norway -- Cubility AS, a provider of solids control solutions, has appointed Brandon Buzarde as V.P. of international sales. Buzarde, who will be based in Houston, will be tasked with increasing sales growth for Cubility’s MudCube technology and will lead a worldwide sales team.

In addition, as part of a restructuring of Cubility senior management, Tore Grelland—previously V.P. of sales and marketing—will take on a new role as V.P. of business development and operations, where he will manage day-to operations and identify future customers and partners. Other changes include Arne Thomas Haaland, formerly COO, who will become V.P. of technologies where he will manage Cubility’s technology and R&D strategy; and Knut Haga who will move from CTO to V.P. of projects.

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Brandon Buzarde will head Cubility's international sales.

The MudCube from Cubility provides an alternative to traditional shale shaker, solid control technologies with improved operational efficiencies, reduced solids management costs, better mud quality and significant HSE benefits with a safer and cleaner work environment. Cubility estimates savings through the MudCube of up to $8 million per year on the average platform through reduced waste disposal, chemicals, maintenance and HSE costs.

Brandon comes to Cubility having spent the last four years at National Oilwell Varco (NOV) where he held a variety of roles.

The MudCube is the industry’s first enclosed solids control system that eliminates the traditional process of shaking fluid and solids. Rather than relying on high G-forces to separate mud and the drilled solids as is the case with shale shakers, with the MudCube drilling fluids are vacuumed through a rotating filter belt using high airflow to separate the cuttings from the fluid more effectively.

The solids removal efficiency of the new system is often higher than 90% with improved separation capabilities leading to better quality mud and more efficient drilling, fewer chemicals required to maintain properties, less waste and more mud recycled back to the mud tanks for drilling reuse.

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