drilling rate

drilling rate

[′dril·iŋ ‚rāt]
(mechanical engineering)
The number of lineal feet drilled per unit of time.
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The other part is if the cost of drilling rate goes down, they will be back on," Millard said.
The current drilling rate in the region is on the low side when compared to where it was about 5 years ago.
Here are Hughes' calculations if the current drilling rate were maintained: 1,500 new wells per year leading to a tripling in the number of operating wells, if the EIA's estimate of remaining productive locations is accepted.
The initial program will be on 400 metre-spaced holes, which on past experience of a drilling rate of around 10 holes per day should see the first program completed by end of April.
For cost-benefit analyses, accurate measurement of drilling rate and consumption rate is essential.
As the divers became more proficient and the process was refined, the drilling rate increased dramatically;
An exploratory drilling rate of 40 wells per year was proposed as a solution to this crisis.
At 6,000 meters the drilling rate increased rapidly for a meter, as the drill cut through a soft region in the granite.
The increase in our drilling rate will have a significant impact on Osage's production, revenue, and reserves.
Given that stoppages have been experienced due to lightning this is an excellent drilling rate.
A new drilling rate record is set on a Khuff gas well using advanced directional drilling techniques;
The new approach suggests that the drilling rate is compared with a newly introduced parameter, called as drilling rate technical limit.