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Divergent Energy Services Corp. V.OTS

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Equipment & Services
Primary Symbol: V.DVG
Alternate Symbol(s):  ILISF | DVG

Divergent Energy Services Corp provides products and services to its clients in the oil and gas industry throughout North America and Mexico. Its services include artificial lift products & services and flexible pipeline products & services.
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RE:RE:RE:DVG vs RPC

Panther, you are referring to the RPC "Activator" pump, which you are correct is hydraulic. As far as I know this is not the same as their new design. I ran an Activator when the Company was Global...read more
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RE:RE:DVG vs RPC

Excellent write-up Auburnbay. Although, I would like to add one small piece of information for what it's worth. RPC pumps are very different in design - they are hydraulic, whereas DVG is an electric...read more
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RE:DVG vs RPC

The difference between DVG and RPC is that they are nothing alike. DVG is focused on replacing existing technology by eliminating rods and pump jacks and wear on tubing due to rod movement. the DVG...read more
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RE:DVG vs RPC

I sold out of this on the run up strictly because of some other stocks I wanted to get more into at a lower price point. With that said RPC ran theirs up when oil wasn't in the gutter. To be fair it's...read more
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RE:RE:DVG vs RPC

eagle/ the pump will still have trouble by fall/ ? is/ can management figure it out  rate and reply
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RE:DVG vs RPC

My understanding is that RPCs product is designed to bring the volume at the well head up after the one year drop off that horizontal wells are notorious for.  Essentially it would mean that...read more
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RE:DVG vs RPC

management is the answer that makes rpc better company  rate and reply
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DVG vs RPC

wouldnt we all sure like to know the answer to what makes RPC worth three times the value of DVG? Auburnbay, you seem like an educated poster on the subject, what's your thoughts from a technology...read more
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RE:RE:updates

Summitking, I agree. I think the 90 days is the litmus test for a product like this. The economics only really make sense when based on pump life. Production rates in a Hz well bore will vary...read more
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20%

kay/ u said dvg pump saves 20% / they can't even pump for a month before repairing it/  rate and reply
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RE:one retard on the board?

kayala/ why do u waste your time being a name caller and bully/ I've been right on every call I made/ u say 1 yr now/ that's a good excuses/ don't worry management will or might back u up on that...read more
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RE:updates

I think it's a shame you are too lazy to simply put Diamondless on your ignore list. I haven't seen a post of his for weeks and having you comment on his nonsense makes me contemplate ignoring you...read more
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one retard on the board?

The way I see it ,,,if the pump saves a company 20% on the power bill...it won't be long in this oil price environment ,for the purchase orders to come in.This company could be many multiples higher...read more
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RE:updates

my friend chincy/ of course the ceo is going to say good thinks/ he gets paid to said good thinks/ till results come out/ and as for u and your bunch keeping private messages/ what do u say / dvg is...read more
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RE:updates

Well said... Chincy1. I wish that poster would follow his own advice... sell and go away, forever. I've heard that the "client" is very keen to get its hands on these pumps. I suspect we'll have a PO...read more
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updates

Hi all, i would update and discuss more on this thread but a bunch of us at this point are simply private messenging each other as one poster has pretty much given us no reason to -- share ideas...read more
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RE:RE:RE:30 day trial

1970 they're find a excuse if it doesn't work/ then another 30 day/ another story/ no end for dvg excuses  rate and reply
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RE:RE:30 day trial

Fair enough, I just want the pump to run steady and the rest will take care of itself. Hopefully an update will come out at some point, now that you killed my 30 day trial theory. GLTA!  rate and reply
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if

what excuses will management come up with? if pump is no good/  rate and reply
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RE:30 day trial

I believe the 30 day trial was just for the first installation.  From what I understand from the new release the motor is now being tested on an ongoing basis with any material news being released as...read more