“Smarter Together” in Offshore Drilling -a Successful Action Research Project?
The paper presents a process used in the drilling operation of an oil production platform for safety and efficiency improvement. Personnel from three companies worked together in order to solve common interface challenges. The drilling rate efficiency increased and the number of injuries decreased after the implementation of the project.
KeywordsDrilling Rate Drilling Operation Offshore Drill Norsk Hydro Offshore Industry
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