While the accountants are keenly aware of the budget-busting time wasted, dealing with lost circulation, stuck pipe and the like, what about the undetected inefficiencies that occur during routine operations and never leap out from the morning report? Pinpointing this unseen lost time, and taking corrective measures, could deliver considerable savings to shale drillers when projected across an entire rig fleet.
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