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Slim Hbaieb: Prior to 2014, a capital ROP and improve tripping practices.

DRILLING in? ation for offshore development and On the recent D-19 well, Det Norske “New platforms exploration projects led to an increase achieved a project record for net and allow us to integrate in cost per barrel. This was compensat- gross ROP in the 8 1/2in and 12 1/4in

Optimizing ed by a high oil price, but the conse- sections. The operator experienced a and process large quence is more pressure on the offshore 48% decrease in slip-to-slip tripping amounts of data in drilling business following the recent time compared with the project average downturn. and achieved improved casing slip-to- a timely fashion to

Challenging the status quo and re- slip performance.

well construction ducing the cost per barrel without com- support informed

OE What kind of trends does promising safety and wellbore integrity : and collaborative

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