JPT article - Conductor Anchor Node Adds Stability, Cuts Tophole Costs in Subsea Wells
20 January 2017
Article produced by Joel Parshall, JPT Features Editor and published in the JPT on 20 January 2017
When the industry discusses subsea wells, the tophole construction gets scant attention. The Norwegian company Neodrill believes it deserves more. Using its conductor anchor node (CAN), the company has enabled operators to drill wells in offshore Europe with structurally more stable foundations, greater efficiency, and at substantially less cost than comparable traditional wells. Now Neodrill is trying to spread the technology to the Gulf of Mexico, Australia, and other major drilling areas.
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