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The Oil and Gas industry has undergone a huge revolution from what it was in the last century. With recent technological breakthroughs, we are now able to tap into massive pools of natural resources which were previously inaccessible and not conceivable.

As the global demand for Oil and Gas is rising at an alarming scale, researchers all over the globe are experimenting with newer and safer methods to produce Oil and Gas, while at the same time mitigating effects on weather and the environment. It is estimated that at present we have tapped only about 30 percent of the estimated total recoverable resources. Substantial value is a definite option once the remaining resources are tapped effectively.

ITFL’s state of the art research lab has a strong position in developing and researching various types of equipment and applications for deep sea drilling. Unlike other companies, we use a holistic model to make better decision making. This is accomplished through modern visualization combined with patented mathematical models.

Our main areas of research include

  • Chalk liquefaction and solid production
  • Designing simulators for giving training in Oil and Gas operations
  • Automated algorithms for real-time decision making and support
  • Designing and developing deep sea and hard rock drilling equipment
  • Mud loss analysis
  • Well placement and geo-steering
  • Manufacturing and testing high-performance materials for drills

We understand that to preserve the environment for the generations to come, it is quite crucial to ensure the employment of advanced drilling methods which will limit the negative environmental footprint. Our researchers at ITFL research lab has worked in close collaboration with several Asian and European research agencies to come up with sure shot solutions in creating energy-efficient technologies.

This includes:

  • Groundbreaking concepts for heat exchangers, high-pressure valves & heat recovery equipment.
  • Effective waste management with minimal investment. This includes waste capture, recycling and converting exhaust heat into useful energy.
  • Advanced technology for designing components such as drills, ejectors, flow valves, conduction pipes, compressors, and expanders.
  • Long distant supply of power from offshore platforms to the seashore.
  • Technology to manage Oil spills.
  • Negating the effects of pollution on marine and aquatic life.
  • Reducing environmental risks due to accidental leakage of Oil and Gas.
  • Analyzing and protecting the natural behavioral cycle of aquatic life.

In an Oil and Gas industry working with a high amount of complexity, it is quite necessary to ensure that all the operations are streamlined. ITFL research labs have come up with various strategies and methods for integrated operations (IO).

With our integrated operations (IO) concept, we aim to enhance the operations and development of our existing resources and ensuring the safety of operating personnel. Our array of supercomputers helps to process huge chunks of data from all corners of the department, thereby facilitating better operational and financial decisions. In short, we are proud to say that we have indeed employed a digital genie to for maximum safety and enhanced operations round the clock.

Our key areas in IO include:

  • Data analysis and warehousing
  • Enhanced security
  • Integrated planning
  • Advanced deep sea diagnostics and analysis


At ITFI we recognize that satisfying Global Oil and Gas needs requires a high degree of efficiency, and reliability which is why we seek out only the best supplier networks to realize our requirements for materials and services for our clients and end users.