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New IADC Well Servicing Committee holds first meeting, develops mission

Posted on 02 May 2008

The committee adopted the following mission statement: To advance the interests of IADC’s well-servicing members in HSE, well control, training, regulation/legislation and other areas where IADC’s expertise proves advantageous. The IADC Well Servicing Committee will pursue initiatives both independently and in collaboration with other key industry organizations.

Charter members attending were: Matt Hooker, Nabors Well Services; Erbie Massengill, Rapad Drilling & Well Service; Nick Petronio, Nabors Well Services; Greg Shanks, Key Energy Service; Charlie Swift, Basic Energy Services; Donald Wilson, Rapad Drilling & Well Service.

For more information, contact Mike Killalea at mike.killalea@iadc.org or visit www.iadc.org. See the Well Servicing link under the Committees drop down menu.

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