It is equipped for high pressure high temperature (HPHT) drilling environment, large VDL, bigger deck space with 70ft and 20ft X-Y cantilever and installed with automated pipe racking system.
What does HPHT stand for?
HPHT stands for High Pressure High Temperature (petroleum industry)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
He supervised the implementation of one of Burlington Resources' aggressive multi-rig drilling programs as it ramped up from one rig to six rigs, drilling high pressure high temperature (HPHT) wells ranged in depth from 14,000 feet to 18,600 feet.
The "Mariner" I-85 well is a high pressure high temperature well that is one of the deepest wells that will be drilled this year in North America and it is proceeding ahead on schedule, and will take about another four weeks to drill to its targeted total depth of approximately 5,600 meters (18,370 feet) at a total budgeted cost of U.