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What Are Turnarounds And Shutdowns In Oil And Gas?

The oil and gas industry, known for its dynamic operations and continuous production, periodically pauses for turnarounds and shutdowns. These planned pauses are not just a break in production; they are critical to the industry’s long-term operational efficiency, safety, and reliability. Specialized services such as mud logging and the use of reinforced thermoplastic pipes play …

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Everything You Need To Know About Oilwell Drilling

Oilwell drilling represents the very heartbeat of the oil and gas industry, a complex and fascinating world where innovation meets the age-old quest for energy resources. This intricate process, blending engineering prowess with geological science, unlocks the earth’s rich reservoirs of oil and gas, fueling our modern world. As leaders in providing innovative energy solutions, including …

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How is Nitrogen Used in Oil and Gas Fields?

Nitrogen is one of the most widely used gasses in the world, thanks to its unique qualities and abundance in the atmosphere. Thanks to its versatility, it’s often used in a range of oilfield functions and operations, including well stimulation, pressure maintenance, and crucial safety measures. With a better understanding of nitrogen’s properties, it makes …

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Beyond the Surface: Unveiling 8 Different Types of Water Rigs

When it comes to the challenges of water exploration and extraction, the role of water oil rigs stands as a cornerstone, navigating the complexities of tapping into vital water resources. This blog will explore some of the most widely used types of water rigs, each with its unique features and applications. From rotary rigs to submersible …

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The Impact Of Pipe Damage On Operational Efficiency

Operational efficiency is the driving force within the oil and gas industry, and while the latest tools, tech, and management practices will streamline and improve it, everything falls short if your pipelines are not functioning as needed. Many businesses are guilty of downplaying the impact of pipe damage on operational efficiency, which is why we’re exploring …

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Custom Features For Oilfield Cementing Equipment

As we focus on oilfield innovation, there are various crossroads where precision meets efficiency, and this extends to oilfield cementing equipment. As a leading cementing equipment provider, we can’t emphasize the importance of investing in custom features onsite. Cementing is a crucial step in the oil extraction process, fortifying drill wells through cutting-edge casing to achieve …

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Plugging and Well Abandonment: Coiled Tubing

Coiled Tubing (CT) has emerged as a powerhouse in well interventions and decommissioning activities over the last two decades, witnessing a remarkable surge in global deployment. According to the Intervention and Coiled Tubing Association (ICoTA), the CT rig count skyrocketed in 2015 when it came to availability for interventions. Surprisingly, despite the oil price slump since 2015, the …

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How Do Solid Expandable Tubulars Work in Frac Applications?

During routine drilling operations, re-entry, deepening of existing wells, or installing additional casing strings to address well issues, operators commonly encounter a significant reduction in inside diameter (ID). A universal principle of casing design mandates each pipe must have enough capability to pass through the previous string. This has led to complications spanning from simple …

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