‘Seamless’ approach needed to drive performance in unconventional field development

Posted on 25 June 2014

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While advanced technologies have allowed the industry to drill farther and complete more stimulation stages in each wellbore, there is still room for improvement. Rustom Mody, Vice President of Technology at Baker Hughes, spoke on a panel discussion titled “Unconventional Resources, Unconventional Solutions” at IADC World Drilling 2014 in Vienna on 18 June. Watch the video to learn how Baker Hughes is applying a “seamless” approach to drilling and completing unconventionals to drive quality, reliability and efficiency across the life of the asset.

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