April 2015

Dual multi-purpose tower engineered to cut ultra-deepwater well delivery costs

A number of drilling-the-well-on-paper (DWOP) exercises show increased tripping speeds, reduced fuel consumption by virtue of an integrated ship design, and the built-in efficiencies of the new DMPT, reducing ultra-deepwater well construction time and costs from 20% to 25% per well.
Dieter Wijning / Huisman

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