DrillChem

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DrillChem was organized in September of 2000 in order to provide solutions to the costly drilling problems that plague oil and gas companies. The founders saw a need for a more efficient and effective approach to drilling in high-problem regions in the U.S. and internationally. Armed with a new generation of high-performance mud additives, they set out to apply proven engineering techniques to lower drilling cost overruns associated with lost circulation, stuck pipe, and shale instability.

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