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IADC.org expands resources for association news, Montara/Macondo investigations

Posted on 13 September 2011

IADC in the News

By Joanne Liou, editorial coordinator 

Members looking to keep up with IADC’s presence in the drilling industry can now go to the latest addition to the recently revamped IADC.org website – IADC in the News. The new page connects readers to online news articles that pertain to IADC. The page is regularly updated and includes articles from a multitude of sources on various topics. 

The website also features a new page focused on the Montara and Macondo investigations. The page gives readers a central source for links to published reports

Montara-Macondo Investigations Status

by different investigative bodies, ranging from the National Commission on the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling to the International Association of Oil and Gas Producers.

The launch of the newest pages reflects IADC’s ongoing mission to represent the worldwide oil and gas drilling industry. IADC is committed to improve the industry’s HSE practices, drilling and completion technologies, and standards for safe, efficient and environmentally sound drilling operations. 

Members can also keep up with IADC on LinkedIn and Facebook.

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