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.
University of Stavanger has made it to the final round in the Drillbotics competition
A team of students from UiS has qualified to the final round in the Drillbotics competition. In total 10 universities entered into the 2017 Contest.
Register for OTC 2017 NorTex Data Science Cluster Workshop
As in 2016, DrillWell together with GCE NODE and its partners in NorTex Data Science Cluster, cordially invite you to the NorTex OTC 2017 Digitalization Workshop.
Visit to UBC in Vancouver
Jan David Ytrehus and Torbjørn Vrålstad from SINTEF visited recently Professor Ian Frigaard in Vancouver, Canada. He is professor of fluid mechanics at University of British Colombia (UBC).
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+.
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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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+47 51 87 52 00
P. O. Box 8046, 4068 Stavanger, Norway
Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger
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