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Discovery of Oil > 347 A.D. Oil wells are drilled in China up to 800 feet deep using bits attached to bamboo poles.

Howard Hughes > Howard Robard Hughes, Jr. (24 December 1905 – 5 April 1976) was one of the wealthiest people in the world.

Oil Drill Bit > The original patent for the rotary rock bit was issued to Howard Hughes Sr. for his dual cone roller bit in 1909.

Oil Reserves > Oil reserves are the estimated quantities of crude oil that are claimed to be recoverable under existing economic and operating conditions.

Oil Barrels > The standard oil barrel is used in the United States as a measure of crude oil and other petroleum products.

Condeep >  refers to a make of gravity base structure for oil platforms developed and fabricated by Norwegian Contractors in Stavanger, Norway.

Brent Oilfield >The Brent oilfield operated by Shell UK Limited was once one of the most productive parts of the UK's offshore assets but is now nearing the end of its useful life.

Drilling Rig > A drilling rig is a machine which creates holes.

Tallest Platforms > Tallest oil platforms in the world.

Drill Crew Names> The size and composition of the crew.

How to Discover Oil > Oil discovered in your backyard.

Bryan Mound > Part of the nation's emergency oil stockpile

Dynamic Positioning > maintain a ship’s position.

Texas Towers > were a set of off-shore radar facilities used by the United States Air Force during the Cold War
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