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President and COO, Bob Geddes states, "In accelerating the build-out of the industry's most advanced automated rig, Ensign entrenches its position as a leader in directional drilling of deeper and more challenging resource plays.
Comprehensive data of currently deployed offshore rigs, by rig type
Global Rig earlier this week secured a contract for its Rig No.
There were eight active rotary rigs in Alaska as of July 2005, compared to 11 rigs just one year prior.
Linda Krop of the Environmental Defense Center in Santa Barbara, which helped defeat the California legislation, says that leaving the rigs off California's coast would create pollution and navigational hazards.
But the rig managers might have been reacting to a new tone at the oil giant.
The 10 largest commercial real estate organizations are networked into CoStar, according to a RIG spokesman, and it is accessed more than 220,000 times a month by more than 15,000 commercial real estate professionals with $1 billion in transactions every four days, the company says.
The study, which is an offering from the company's Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the global offshore rig construction market and highlights various concerns, key trends and challenges, along with major companies in the industry.
The study, which is an offering from the company's Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the global offshore rig construction market and highlights the various concerns, key trends and challenges affecting the offshore rig construction industry, along with leading global companies in offshore rig construction.
In the period of one month, Alaska saw an increase of one rotary rig from October 2003 to November 2003.
The impact caused the big rig to veer into a dirt embankment and flip over, officials said.