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Evolving marketing into a business partner

Posted on 03 November 2009 in 2009, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, July/August

Build a better mousetrap and the market will beat a path to your door, so goes the saying. But as many good inventors know, that’s rarely the case.

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News Cuttings

Posted on 03 November 2009 in 2009, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, July/August

IADC NORTH SEA CHAPTER RECOGNIZES HSE EXCELLENCE WITH ANNUAL SAFETY AWARDS Winners of the IADC North Sea Chapter (NSC) Annual Safety Awards were announced during a ceremony on 15 May at Ardoe House Hotel, Aberdeen. Chapter chairman Steve Rae, Seawell, welcomed nearly 400 guests who joined him to recognise and celebrate the efforts of IADC […]

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Burden is on industry to prove it can drill Marcellus without harming environment

Posted on 03 November 2009 in 2009, Global and Regional Markets, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, July/August, Onshore Advances

As interest in the Marcellus gas play intensifies, two Pennsylvania lawyers well-versed in the state’s environmental and land use planning laws have a simple…

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Norwegian PSA tracks negative trend in attitudes toward safe lifting, urges radical change

Posted on 03 November 2009 in 2009, Drilling It Safely, Global and Regional Markets, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, July/August

Change was the winning slogan in the recent US presidential election. In the same way, a willingness to adapt and think anew is essential for reducing risk…

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Posted on 02 November 2009 in 2009, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, September/October

IADC president Dr Lee Hunt presented the IADC Exemplary Service Award to Steven J Gangelhoff, senior vice president, Northern Offshore Drilling…

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Wirelines

Posted on 02 November 2009 in 2009, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, September/October

Invited by Rep. Kevin Brady of Texas, IADC senior vice president – government affairs Brian Petty testified 21 July before the US House Ways and Means…

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Well control has come a long way since the days of oil gushers, primitive drilling

Posted on 02 November 2009 in 2009, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, September/October

It might seem hard to believe now, but once upon a time, well blowouts were seen as a cause for celebration. In fact, oil gushers used to be a symbol of newfound…

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Suzanne Browne, ENSCO: There’s no substitute for the drilling contracting business

Posted on 30 October 2009 in 2008, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, September/October

In a way, Suzanne Browne, a senior account manager with ENSCO Offshore, grew up around the oil industry. She was raised in Tulsa, Okla., when it was still a big oilfield town. And her mother worked for Gulf Oil (now Chevron) for more than 30 years in the downstream segment. Her mother’s successful career left […]

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Money no object’ if faster, better wells the result

Posted on 30 October 2009 in 2008, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, September/October

By Mike Killalea, editor & publisher “Money is no object” – for technology to deliver wells efficiently, say operators hungry for practical, groundbreaking tools for well construction. “If it’s something that will deliver wells and deliver them fast, (funding and development) will happen,” declared an operator to whom, clearly, new and effective technology is near […]

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News Cuttings

Posted on 30 October 2009 in 2008, Departments, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, September/October

North Sea Chapter donates to UK charities The Oil Chaplaincy Trust and the Anthony Nolan Trust have been selected as charities that will receive funds collected at the North Sea Chapter (NSC) Annual Safety Awards. A total of £4,660 was raised through personal and company donations and with the chapter’s pledge to match all funds […]

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