Parker Drilling's Arctic Alaska Drilling Units

Stricker, Julie
February 2014
Alaska Business Monthly;Feb2014, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p98
The article focuses on the drilling project of Texas-based Parker Drilling Co.'s Rig No. 272 and 273 that started from the Crazy Horse Pad in Deadhorse to its first drilling site on Alaska's North Slope. Topics include Arctic drillings by the company such as new rig designs and drilling technology, announcement of oil producers BP PLC for increased investment in Alaska and views of BP Alaska spokeswoman Dawn Patience.


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