IADC Well Servicing Committee workshop addresses HSE, technologies, regulations

Posted on 04 November 2013

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The IADC Well Servicing Committee’s mission is to facilitate the exchange of information within the well servicing industry regarding best practices, HSE and regulatory issues. At the committee’s workshop, hosted by National Oilwell Varco in Houston, presentations addressed industry challenges in HSE, technologies and transportation regulations. In this exclusive video, Kerric Peyton, vice chairman of the IADC Well Servicing Committee and VP of corporate HSE&Q at Superior Energy Services, reviews the success of the workshop and his company’s “Target Zero” HSE program. 

Click here to learn more about the IADC Well Servicing Committee.

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