Shell, Halliburton team on expandable casing

Furlow, William
July 1998
Offshore;Jul98, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p22
Trade Publication
Discusses a plan by Shell Technology Ventures and Halliburton Energy Services to form a limited liability company that will develop and commercialize expandable casing technology. Development of technology by Shell aimed at reducing drilling costs; Description of how the system works.


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