Failure investigations deliver reduction in nonproductive time ///

Nonproductive time (NPT) caused by preventable tool failures in offshore drilling and completion can cost tens of millions of dollars per year. Historically, oil and gas operators have relied on their well delivery personnel (i.e., foremen, drilling engineers and/or operations superintendents) to work with vendors to investigate and document tool- and wellbore-related failures. In many cases, this type and level of support is appropriate and effective.

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