Shale boom breathes new life into IADC Permian Basin Chapter

Posted on 21 May 2014

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The IADC Permian Basin Chapter is undergoing a renaissance, driven by a continued resurgence of drilling activity in the area. As chairman of the reinvigorated chapter, Paul Norman, General Manager at JB Hunt Gas & Oil Drilling, is working with other industry leaders to create a forum where companies active in the Permian can collaborate on common safety and regulatory issues. Watch this exclusive video with Mr Norman from the 2014 IADC Drilling Onshore Conference in Houston to find out more.

To see the IADC Permian Basin Chapter meeting schedule, please click here.

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