drilling platform


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drilling platform

[′dril·iŋ ‚plat‚fȯrm]
(engineering)
The structural base upon which the drill rig and associated equipment is mounted during the drilling operation.
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The importance of using the model drilling platform for teaching purposes is also emphasized by Al-Areeqi, who highlights the need to link theoretical studies with more practical aspects.
The oil drilling platform is at a very advanced stage in the (western) Orinoco Belt," Ramirez told the Panorama newspaper, from the northwestern city of Maracaibo.
When Iraq achieves stability and Syria gets back to its stable status, the demand from the neighboring countries for the drilling platform will increase.
Contract Awarded for Toppside section of a drilling platform for the Johan Sverdrup field
Nasdaq: ESIO) introduced its dual head microvia drilling platform targeted at the high density interconnect (HDI) and packaging markets at the IPC Printed Circuit Expo, in Anaheim, California.
McDermott International has won a contract for installation of the offshore jacket, deck and piles for the Ayatsil-A drilling platform for PEMEX in the Bay of Campeche.
ICA Fluor, the industrial engineering company jointly owned by Fluor Corporation and Empresas ICA Sociedad Controladora , today announced that it has signed four separate contracts, each for the fabrication of an offshore drilling platform to be installed in the northeast region of Campeche Bay in the Gulf of Mexico.
Robert Heeps, 52, suffers flashbacks and post traumatic stress disorder since the ordeal on a drilling platform last year.
The contract features engineering work, procurement and construction (EPC) of the drilling platform deck.
Aibel is awarded the contract for engineering, procurement and construction for the deck of the drilling platform on the Johan Sverdrup field.
The contract, which is expected to employ some 200 people, includes in the first phase production drilling from the Valhall injection platform and the Valhall drilling platform.
Seastrand's $117,221 in ``polluter contributions'' included money from Unocal, which ran the drilling platform responsible for the 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill in her area, the Sierra Club said.