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IADC Advanced Rig Technology Committee finalizing top drive survey

Posted on 20 January 2009

IADC will keep confidential all company information, both for manufacturers or top drive owners. The results will be reported publicly only in generic form, with no company information included. Participants will receive information on their own companies to compare against total statistics.

Robert Urbanowski, Precision Drilling Oilfield Services Corporation, heads up the IADC Reliability Subcommittee, which next meets at 08.30 on 18 March at IADC headquarters in Houston. Remote participation via webinar is available. Registration will soon be available through this link.

For more information, contact Mike Killalea.

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