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Noble transforms training and collaboration center to support industry training

As the rapid pace of technology evolution pushes the need for knowledge sharing, Noble Corp has opened the doors of its NobleAdvances training and collaboration facility to the wider offshore drilling industry. The facility, located in Sugar Land, Texas, was originally launched in summer 2013 to deliver development and training to Noble’s more experienced drilling and marine personnel. Since then, however, Noble has begun offering introductory training courses to others in the industry, said Fritz Golding, Director of Learning and Development at Noble Drilling....

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More onshore participation needed in IADC cybersecurity efforts

Cyber attacks on industrial control systems are on the rise, and it’s estimated that 41% of cyber attacks target the oil and gas industry. Since the publication last year of the IADC Guidelines for Assessing and Managing Cybersecurity Risks to Drilling Assets, the IADC Cybersecurity Subcommittee has been working on new guidelines around minimum cybersecurity guidelines for drilling rigs...

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New well control drills emphasize stakeholder integration, proactive risk detection

Well control drills are a critical component to ensuring that personnel onboard a drilling rig are prepared to respond in a timely manner if a well control event occurs. However, too often, operators, contractors and service companies manage well control risks and training in silos, said Terrance Sookdeo, Director of Process Safety and Contractor Management for Baker Hughes...

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