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Oilfield Technology - February 2009

Oilfield Technology - February 2009

On this month's cover: Cover art courtesy of American Augers. The image is of a rack and pinion American Directional. Drill branded VR-500, which offers 226 t of hook load. It is equipped with two 700 hp. twin Caterpillar diesel engines and has a maximum drilling depth of 4572 m.
 

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Oilfield Technology - November 2008

Oilfield Technology - November 2008

On this month's cover: The American Directional Drill prototype VR-330 on location in Louisville, Ohio is a vertical oil and gas drilling rig, which utilises a rack and pinion top head drive that creates up to 150 t of push and pull. The American Directional Drill vertical rigs have the ability to drill a true vertical or horizontal well up to 4572 m in total length. The VR-330 will be replaced by the new VR-500, which will have its first manufacturing release during winter this year.
 

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Oilfield Technology - September 2008

Oilfield Technology - September 2008

On this month's cover: Cover art courtesy of WellDynamics, a Halliburton company. WellDynamics is the leading provider of intelligent completion technology, with over 335 SmartWell® systems and 880 permanent monitoring systems in place around the globe. In addition to downhole equipment, WellDynamics offers reservoir engineering and advanced completion design services.
 

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