From the 2012 ATCE exhibit floor: Closed-loop rotary steerable system built for unconventionals

Posted on 10 October 2012

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Svein Steen, global product line manger for Baker Hughes, speaks with Drilling Contractor editorial coordinator Katherine Scott at the 2012 SPE Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition, 8-10 October in San Antonio, Texas, about the AutoTrak Curve rotary steerable system, a closed-loop drilling system that has drilled more than 2 million ft in unconventional plays in the 18 months since its first test wells.

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