Contact: 817.431.9919 |    Linkedin


Engineering Consulting

What We Do Well


Since 2000, Starboard Innovations has focused on two things: Innovation and Problem Solving. Built around a core of MIT alumni, our results-focused team is unique to the energy industry as we strike the perfect balance between real-world experience and advanced technical expertise.

We do it all.

Our talented, multidisciplinary team offers a full menu of services from cutting-edge engineering analyses to turnkey downhole tool development. Our agility and 360° understanding of mechanical and electrical systems and software brings value to our customers at every step from concept to completion.


2016 IPS
May 2016

Recent applications of Starboard's work on perforation modeling were presented in a series of four presentations at the International Perforating Symposium in Galveston.

Click here for more information

April 2016

Halliburton has released two new products developed by Starboard for mitigating failure risks in perforating.

Click here for more information

SPE/IADC Middle East Drilling Technology Conference and Exhibition
Jan 2016

An application of Starboard's work on perforation modeling software was presented at the SPE/IADC Middle East Drilling Technology Conference and Exhibition in Abu Dhabi.


Sept 2015

Starboard is supporting CTLift Systems with dynamic stress and fatigue design software as they advance their CT-based artificial lift technology.

Click here for more information

July 2015

6 new patents issued

9091152 - Perforating gun with internal shock mitigation

Click here to view patents


May 2015

We would like to thank everyone who attended the ASME-PD OTC Golf Tournament. Starboard helped raise funds for the student scholarship fund at the golf tourney. Starboard sponsored two holes at the Wildcat Golf Club.


V&V Symposium
May 2015

We presented our work at the
ASME 2015 Verification and Validation Symposium

Join Starboard in Las Vegas on May 15th, 2015 at the V&V Symposium!
Track 5 - Validation Methods for Impact, Blast, and Material Response:

Validation of Finite Element Simulation of a Downhole Perforating
Gun String through Comparison with Data from a New Datalogging
Sensor Sub


© 2016 Starboard Innovations, LLC. All rights reserved.

Back to Top