Tomson Technologies is a full service laboratory.
Tomson Technologies provides a wide range of services from routine analytical testing through advanced research, development, and commercialization. Tomson Technologies was established in 2012. Our goal is to support our clients in a safe and environmentally sound way through research, development, testing, and innovation. Tomson Technologies supports multinational companies, universities, and government entities.
We serve the following industries:
- Oil and gas production
- Water and wastewater
- Water treatment
- Oilfield service
Full Service Laboratory
Tomson Technologies Houston, Texas based lab is more than 8,500 square feet and houses the most advanced laboratory technology available. Tomson Technologies lab is committed to using best practices and advanced technologies for our researchers to serve, counsel, and equip our growing list of client companies.
Individual Specialized Research
Tomson Technologies caters its research to meet the needs of its clients. We can support projects at all scales, depth and duration to meet a company’s specific and results-oriented goals. Individualized projects include:
- Research and development
- Advising and consulting
- Equipment design and specs
- Water treatment technologies and testing
- Water testing and analysis
- Oil analysis and reporting
Tomson Technologies is a registered United States government contractor. Tomson Technologies research and testing is designed to comply with the standards of government restrictions and guidelines. Tomson Technologies has been awarded government contracts from the United States Department of Energy and the Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America, RPSEA.
Founded in 2012, Tomson Technologies draws on its team’s over 60 years of experience in water, energy, chemical, and chemistry research and development. Tomson Technologies runs joint industry projects (JIPs) in flow assurance, unconventional, and scale areas. Tomson has a network of experts who we partner with when outside expertise is needed. Energy professionals, university professors, and brine chemistry experts collaborate and use their expertise and resources to serve our clients through this model.