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Statoil Partially Evacuates North Sea Rig Amid Well Control Situation

While drilling from the Snorre A platform in the Norwegian North Sea on Saturday, Statoil reports significant losses of drilling fluid occurred prompting a partial evacuation of the platform. Statoil [...]
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