Hughes Rotary Bit 1936
With the increasing need to drill through harder formations without failure, rotary rock bits proved to be more reliable, efficient, and cost-effective than fishtail bits, (see below from 1927) which were particularly prone to deflection in hard formations. Courtesy of The Sloane Gallery – www.sloanegallery.com – 281-
Oil and gas companies are regularly faced with many industry-specific issues to overcome. Such issues, including exploration and drilling, are often complex and intricate processes with many unique challenges to overcome. Data analytics can play a massive part in streamlining some of the most fundamental operations that are involved in the oil and gas industry.