Reaching record-breaking deepwater drilling depth with industry-leading equipment and completions services

November 2016
Offshore;Nov2016, Vol. 76 Issue 11, p42
Trade Publication
The article profiles Houston, Texas-based Frank's International, a company that provides highly engineered tubular services to exploration companies in offshore and onshore environments. Topics include the company's work in engineering and manufacturing progressive solutions for drilling environments, contribution to the Stones project of oil and gas company Shell, and Thalassa rig.


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