Iraq has been stepping up its upstream activity, enabling it to hit new production and export records in recent months (see p4). Unsurprisingly this is proving a boon for drilling firms, with the number of active oil drilling rigs in the country at a four-year high of 61 in November. Despite recent price falls, there’s no sign of a slowdown as Iraq aims to boost production capacity to 5mn b/d this year. Last month, Schlumberger was awarded a contract to drill 40 wells at 240,000 b/d...
Iraq Upstream Activity Surges
Published on Fri, 04 Jan 2019 - Volume: 62 Issue: 01Print
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