October 2015
Special Focus

Hybrid drilling technique improves offshore dual-conductor operations

Combining closed-loop, automated, rotary-steerable drilling technology, with controlled directional jetting, is improving field development economics, lowering risk and enabling more productive well designs in mature offshore fields.
Hans Schrader / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Nico Foekema / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Jon Ruszka / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Harry Wilson / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Adeniyi Adams / Baker Hughes, a GE Company

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