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Unlike traditional snubbing units, it can be rigged-up and operated in close proximity to a drilling rig, while its total weight rests off the casing and on the sub-structure.
It's not as if we are deliberately snubbing these events,' he said.
Bobby Joe Cudd, Bobcat's President and CEO, said, "The addition of Superior Snubbing Services, along with our other service lines allows us to offer to the industry a full service well control company such as we have been involved in for over 40 years.
These Mexican workers snubbed the UFW for the same reason many immigrants are snubbing American unions.
8 million for: expansion of the Company's snubbing/workover services into North Texas, international expansion of the Company's snubbing and prevention services, and entrance into the pressure control rental tool business.
But a spokesman for David Cameron denied countries were snubbing the ceremony.
But he only agreed to meet the Church of Ireland and the Orange Order, snubbing the Methodists and Presbyterians.
PALESTINIAN president Mahmoud Abbas criticised Tony Blair yesterday for meeting the families of three kidnapped Israeli soldiers while snubbing Arab victims of the Middle East conflict.
CARDIFF historian John O'Sullivan has accused the council of snubbing the story of World War II blitz attacks in its monthly newspaper, the Capital Times.
THE Wales Labour Party has denied snubbing a leading Welsh language pressure group at its spring conference.
Cudd has reengineered its stand-alone hydraulic snubbing and workover unit to improve operational efficiency and safety for use in conventional drilling and workover applications.
It would almost be like snubbing Ronald Reagan if you don't show up.