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Petroleum Development Oman crowns 'PlaySafe' champions

Posted on 17 February 2009

Leading the way in the team competition was a crew from Abraj Energy’s Rig 43, having scored 16,832 goals during 2008. Close behind as runner-up was a team from National Drilling & Service Company’s (NDSC) Rig 87. In the service rig division, the winners came from Shiv-Vani Oil & Gas Exploration Services’ Rig 35, with MB Petroleum Services’ Rig 36 close behind.

Companies receiving the “Goal Zero” Cup for rigs without a recordable injury to “players” included Dalma Energy, Desert Byrne, Enafor, KCA DEUTAG, MB Petroleum Services, NDSC, Sea & Land and Weatherford Drilling International. “Goal Zero” service rigs represented MB Petroleum Services, Shaleem Petroleum and Shiv-Vani.

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