After some challenging months in the upsteam oil sector following the COVID-19 lockdowns al over the world and the related impact on oil price and production, Diversified Drilling (DDIE) BOP rental activities are progressing in the third quarter of the year, as some of the drilling projects on hold in Q1 and Q2 have restarted. DDIE is expecting to continue its growth in the second half of 2020 as well as to restart all its drilling operations in Q4.
Growing demand for OEM API 16 4th Edition BOPs
The demand for OEM 4th edition BOPs and rams is g ...
Elastomers and spares in tight supply in the current pressure control market
Diversified Drilling is increasing its inventory o ...
DDIE invests in new API 16A 4th edition BOP
Following its long-term mission of having top-tier ...
JAFZA Headquarters - 4th Year Anniversary
JAFZA, Dubai Diversified Drilling celebrate its fo ...
Road to Recovery
As the Oil & Gas industry slowly but surely re ...
Tubular Running Services: Agreement for KSA TRS partnership
DDIE and Revalca have finalized an agency agreemen ...