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Neodrill’s CAN-ductor reduces environmental impact by up to 44% compared with conventional drilling

Neodrill has shared the Life Cycle Assessment report for its CAN-ductor technology. The report found that the environmental impact of the CAN-ductor is between 21-44% less than that of a conventionally drilled well. The conventional well drilling technology had higher environmental impact across all categories compared to the CAN-ductor well drilling technology...

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Tendeka awarded world’s largest sand and inflow control contract for Troll field

Tendeka has secured a major four-year exclusive contract with Equinor to deliver sand-face completion equipment for its Troll field. The agreement, which offers an additional five two-year extension periods, will see Tendeka install up to 100,000 m of sand screens annually with its FloSure Autonomous Inflow Control Devices...

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New E&P company plans exploration strategy with high-graded, ready-to-drill prospects

Seapulse is building a global portfolio of 30 billion BOE gross prospects, including a fast-track portfolio of high-graded, derisked ready-to-drill prospects. In this video with DC, Mr Aitken talks about its strategic alliance with Maersk Drilling and how that’s leading to large-scale application of a lean collaboration model to identify and eliminate waste...

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Companies should consider how response to downturns impact attraction of new employees

As the drilling industry contemplates how to attract more of and the best talent, companies should reconsider how they respond to a downturn and the impact of cutting things like internship programs. In this video, Ms Ramirez discusses the value of IADC student chapter involvement and offers insights into millennials’ perspectives, needs and ambitions...

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