This week on the blog, we’re enjoying British Columbia’s (B.C.) sunsets with the crews on Rig 40, a 166,800 daN tele double in our Canadian fleet!
At its current location near Fort St. John, B.C., the average temperature in January is a brisk -15 degrees Celsius / 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Chilled at the thought of it? Find out how our crews stay safe when the temperature drops by eating right, dressing for the weather, and educating themselves on signs of frostbite and hypothermia. Continue reading
This week on the blog, we’re soaking in the warm morning air in Saudi Arabia with the crews on Rig 127, a 2000 HP AC Triple in our international fleet.
Did you know Rig 127 started its career as a new build in our US division in 2008? Before making the trip to Saudi, the rig underwent a series of upgrades to prepare for its new drilling program. Continue reading
This week on the blog, a look at Rig 46’s evening views at its current location near Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia, Canada. The crews out there wouldn’t trade these “office views” for anything.
This week on the blog, a peek at Rig 38, the 333,600 daN pad triple, currently drilling near Fox Creek, Alberta, Canada.
Enjoy keeping up with our crews all over the world? Check out these postcards from our rigs in Saudi Arabia, Canada, UAE and USA!
This week on the blog, a peek at Rig 124, currently drilling in West Texas, USA.
Enjoy keeping up with our crews all over the world? Check out our rig postcards from Saudi Arabia, Canada and Umm Al-Quwain!
This week on the blog, a peek at Rig 602, currently drilling in Umm Al-Quwain, U.A.E.