Exclusive video: Sustained collaboration to enhance delivery of today’s and tomorrow’s wells

Posted on 06 March 2013

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Drilling Contractor associate editor Katherine Scott speaks with David Brunnert, vice president of Drilling Tools and Intervention Services for Weatherford, at the 2013 SPE/IADC Drilling Conference & Exhibition in Amsterdam on 6 March. Mr Brunnert explained the importance of early collaboration and how the approach can be applied in both business segments of Weatherford that he oversees. From well construction to intervention, Mr Brunnert believes that there are many opportunities for more collaboration among operators, drilling contractors and service companies.

Click here to watch another exclusive video and read more about industry’s need for more collaboration earlier in the well construction process to address complex challenges.

1 Comments For This Post

  1. Mark Denkowski Says:

    Nice work!!!

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