Congratulate to Mærsk Drilling for making the record yesterday.
With a total depth of 5,941 metres(19,491 fr), Mærsk Gallant has beaten the record for deepest well ever drilled on the Norwegian continental shelf.
On 31 July, Mærsk Gallant drilled the Solaris ultra HPHT (high-pressure, high-temperature) well to a total depth of 5,941 metres TVD (True Vertical Depth).
This means that Mærsk Gallant has beaten the record for deepest well ever drilled on the Norwegian continental shelf.
“We have broken a number of records during the Solaris operation. But this achievement is second to none. There was a lot of cheering in the driller’s cabin that day,” says Sadi Ozturk, Assistant Rig Manager on Mærsk Gallant. Continue reading