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  1. OIL, GAS FUNDAMENTALS NEED WORK

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    Mon, 4 Jun 1990

  2. PRODUCTION RISE, CONSUMPTION FALL MAY TURN SOVIET OIL EXPORTS HIGHER

    Theodore R. Breton, John C. Blaney ICF Resources Inc. Fairfax, Va. Oil production in the Soviet republics has been falling as the Soviet Union's economy and political structure have deteriorated. The decline in Soviet oil production has accelerated in 1991, and given the current state of chaos in ...

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    Mon, 18 Nov 1991

  3. ASIA-PACIFIC REGION SET FOR UPSTREAM ACTIVITY HIKE

    Exploration-production activity in the diverse Asia-Pacific region appears set for a surge. The area's main traditional producers, Indonesia and Malaysia, have taken steps recently to encourage exploration and production. And countries with little or no drilling in the past have begun to make ...

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    Mon, 3 Dec 1990

  4. Drillstring sub cuts torque and casing wear

    David William Rodman Security DBS Aberdeen George Swietlik Pilot Drilling Control Lowestoft, England A new downhole tool, the drillstring torque-reducing sub, minimizes torque losses and reduces casing wear in extended reach drilling. This drillstring sub effectively reduced torque losses and ...

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    Mon, 14 Oct 1996

  5. Amoco saves $31 million in deepwater drilling operations

    Transocean's Discoverer 534 was used extensively in Amoco's 1997 drilling program and set a benchmark record in 6,403 ft of water. It also holds the water depth record of 7,612 ft set 1996. Continuous operations with this drillship have reduced the learning curve, enhanced safety, and promoted ...

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    Mon, 4 May 1998

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