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.
DrillWell PhD thesis defended
Mahmoud Khalifeh successfully defended his PhD thesis "Materials for Optimized P&A Performance – Potential Utilization of Geopolymers" on 20 May 2016.
DrillWell results presented and discussed at mini seminar
At a mini seminar at Statoil, Chief Scientist Eric Cayeux presented some of the research results from DrillWell.
DrillWell presented at OTC
The 48th OTC proved a success for IRIS with great interest for Virtual Arena, DrillWell, IRIS, UBBS and P&A activities.
20 million to drilling project
The project "Demonstration of Automated Drilling Process Control" receives NOK 20 million through Demo2000. The project is related to drilling process optimisation, which is a key research area in DrillWell.
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