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Saturday December 3 2016, 9:18 AM
Recently I noticed a post in " The Drillers Lounge-Kelly Down " discussing possible issues when bringing out a rig that's been stacked a few years. The Facebook post prompted me to pose the same question to our sites Roughneck City Facebook...
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Thursday December 1 2016, 5:37 PM
So I am going to start by saying I am a newbie to the Oil Industry.  I live in New York, I work for a small company developing software for our clients, and what I knew about the Oil Business was from News, Business, and what my financial...
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Wednesday November 30 2016, 12:58 PM
Since Oct 2014 I have been involuntarily retired. I have now returned to my home country New Zealand. Like many other countries, housing is now ridiculously priced. The amount of money being borrowed to buy houses at five and six times...
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Friday August 19 2016, 12:00 AM
Correct Way to Wear a Hard Hat   A hard hat might be a torment to wear for a considerable lot of you, however we need to wear them in risky working environment situations. Yes, you may believe it's excessively hot, making it impossible to...
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Thursday July 28 2016, 12:00 AM
Safety Type for Using Hydraulic Hoses Hydraulic hoses are composed not to spill, but rather shockingly, with typical wear and tear, they may. The best way to be safe around hydraulic hoses and hydraulic fluid is with consistent examinations...
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Wednesday May 25 2016, 8:00 AM
Drilling Waste Management is a necessary work in the oil & gas drilling industry. In this article, we will introduce the typical treatment solution with the drilling waste from GN. As the top leader that has been only focusing on the...
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Thursday April 14 2016, 12:00 AM
Today’s business world is one of constantly increasing complexity, with ever greater risks to personnel, property, equipment, and the environment, alongside ever-growing governmental and industry regulation. Naturally, many companies are, as a...
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Sunday January 31 2016, 12:00 AM
What is a 4:1 Debooster? A Crown 4:1 pressure sensor debooster is used in a hydraulic system to sense pressure and transmit this pressure to a hydraulic pressure gauge.   This sensor consists of a 4:1 debooster housing, 4:1 piston, debooster...
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Friday January 1 2016, 12:00 AM
Selecting a Tong Torque Gauge What Is Torque? Torque, measured in foot/pounds, is a force that twists an object that causes rotational motion.  When torque is applied to oilfield tubulars, that force needs to be measured in order to avoid...
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Wednesday August 5 2015, 12:00 AM
Our Mississippian Lime wells have been costly to drill sometimes taking up to 70 days. We have to make short trips and extra reamer runs to smooth the hole. Not many companies ream while drilling in the Miss Lime but I think it may save some some...
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