HORIZONAL DRILLING RETAINS STEADY SHARE OF U.S. ACTIVITY

A. D. Koen Gulf Coast News Editor After peaking in late 1990 and early 1991, U.S. horizontal drilling activity began a steady slide that carried through first half 1992. But despite higher drilling and completion costs and significant technological challenges, U.S. horizontal action has held its share of activity in a declining domestic oil and gas industry.

Aug 10th, 1992
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