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DC survey reveals industry optimism

Posted on 23 April 2009

In his column Drilling Ahead in the May/June edition of Drilling Contractor, editor/publisher Mike Killalea attempts to validate respondents accuracy, with surprising results.

The May/June edition hits the streets in early May, with special distribution at OTC, the IADC Environmental Conference in Stavanger and the IADC Drilling Onshore Conference in Houston. All events occur during May. For precise information on IADC events, click here.

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