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Asian drilling-intensive projects named finalists for IPTC award

Posted on 09 February 2012 in Innovating While Drilling, News, Onshore Advances

Two landmark Asian development t projects with heavy drilling emphasis were recognized as finalists for the Excellence in Project Integration Award…

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Xtreme Drilling introduces 23,500-ft capable land coiled-tubing well intervention unit

Posted on 09 January 2012 in Completing the Well, News, Onshore Advances, The Efficient Rig

Xtreme Drilling and Coil Services has unveiled the XSR200, a land coiled-tubing well intervention unit…

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KCA DEUTAG to deploy highly automated T-700 for NAM in Holland

Posted on 06 January 2012 in News, Onshore Advances, The Efficient Rig

KCA DEUTAG recently commissioned its new highly automated, small-footprint T-700 Heavy Land Rig (HLR)…

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US operators targeting liquids-rich Utica shale play

Posted on 13 December 2011 in Global and Regional Markets, News, Onshore Advances

While the Bakken and Eagle Ford shale plays continue to be the focus of US onshore drilling, the industry is also making moves into a new play that could…

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Unconventional liquids-rich plays feature unique characteristics, challenges

Posted on 13 December 2011 in Global and Regional Markets, News, Onshore Advances

As the pricing differential between oil and natural gas has widened, operators are increasingly applying the…

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Triple-deck shale shaker, mobile processing trucks push solids control capacity, efficiency

Posted on 08 September 2010 in 2010, Features, Onshore Advances, September/October, Videos

Safety. Environmental footprint. Cost efficiency. In the oil and gas industry’s ever-expanding lexicon, no terms have become as top of mind as these critical watchwords that factor into every decision on every well…

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US Shales: 6,000 Tcf from Sea to Shining Sea Building a boom on $3.75 gas

Posted on 30 April 2010 in 2010, Features, May/June, Onshore Advances

It’s being called everything from a game changer to the new gold rush. Armed with new technologies for tapping unconventional resources, energy companies are pushing the envelope to chase plentiful and increasingly recoverable…

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Frontier drilling to require a shift in paradigm

Posted on 04 February 2010 in 2010, January/February, Onshore Advances, The Offshore Frontier

Critical D&C issues with John de Lange, BG Group. Looking at technology and the world demand for oil and gas, I see a couple of areas that haven’t been explored much and where there is potential. First, there is deepwater and ultra-deepwater. …

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Automation’s learning curve must be overcome

Posted on 04 February 2010 in 2010, Global and Regional Markets, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, January/February, Onshore Advances, The Efficient Rig

Critical D&C issues with Ed Kautz, Ensign Energy Services. Implementing automation technologies and equipment on land drilling rigs is still not universally accepted. Are you a believer in technology and automation? …

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Top drives key to better jackup performance

Posted on 04 February 2010 in 2010, Drilling It Safely, Global and Regional Markets, IADC: Global Leadership, Global Challenges, January/February, Onshore Advances, The Efficient Rig, The Offshore Frontier

Matt Ralls is president and CEO of Rowan Companies. He is also the 2010 IADC vice chairman. What do you see as some of the most critical technology challenges facing the drilling and completion industry today? Rowan is a jackup and…

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