improve drilling and well technology providing improved safety for people and the environment
create value through better resource development, improved efficiency in operations and reduced cost.
New experimental insights on cement displacement
Another successful experimental campaign has recently been completed at SINTEF and NTNU's drilling and completion facility in Trondheim. This is an important milestone in the ongoing KPN-project "Cementing irregular wellbore geometries" in DrillWell.
3D-prints flowrate sensor prototype
If you step inside the E-force lab at IRIS’s main office in Stavanger these days, you will find chief scientist Eric Cayeux busy printing out plastic objects on a brand new 3D printer; Ultimaker 2 Extended+.
Meet PhD student Riisøen
Solveig Riisøen just started her PhD project. Read more about the project which is related to DrillWell program 1.
DrillWell Technical seminar – day 2
The second day of the annual DrillWell technical seminar focused on drilling technology.
DrillWell Technical seminar - day 1
The annual DrillWell seminar at Sola Strand Hotel gathered more than 80 participants, making it the largest seminar since the start of DrillWell.
Project development at NorTex
Several project concepts are now being developed within the NorTex Data Science Cluster and hopefully some of these will mature into funding proposals.
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ANNUAL REPORT 2015
There is a strong interaction between the scientists at the Research Partners and the supervisors and specialists in the Industry Partners.
The Annual DrillWell Seminar 2016
When: September 28-29
Where: Sola Strand Hotel
More information here
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Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger
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