DrawWorks has invested in the latest inspection technology. We want to make sure our clients have nothing but the best. The Absolute Romer arm allows DrawWorks technicians the ability to scan manufactured components and compare the dimensions to the 3-D models and tolerances specified by the engineers.
This unique technology also helps verify R&D testing by allowing us to accurately measure complex surfaces before and after high load and cycle test. The complex geometry of our new designs would not allow conventional measurement tools to indicate changes in the geometry if any.
Our designers at DrawWorks are consistently working to evolve our line of products. As a result, we take pride in having the trust of our international clients as they use our products in the field. We want to become your business partner in the drilling industry and help make your company even more successful.
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Our company strives to offer our clients the best tools and equipment needed in the industry. In addition to our innovative products, we offer various training and demonstrations as well as a library. By doing this, we can educate our clients about our products and their benefits. We understand the importance of the knowledge needed to operate our patented designed products. Therefore, we want to give you everything you need to be successful in your business. For more information about our DWCRT products, you can contact us at (346) 224-4073 or email us here. For all other questions about our company, you contact us at (512) 610-5200 or email us here. Lastly, for any questions in general, you can visit our website here. We look forward to becoming your next business partner in the drilling industry.
Oil Industry Facts in The Gulf of Mexico
- The U.S. petroleum industry first drilled successfully in open waters in the Gulf of Mexico in 1938 in fourteen feet of water and approximately a mile from Louisiana coast. On the other hand, the first well that was out of sight of land was drilled 10 miles off the coast in 1947.
- The first federal offshore oil and gas lease was granted on October 13, 1954, in the Gulf of Mexico. A portion of the acreage from that lease continues to produce oil today.
- The Gulf of Mexico can stretch from Los Angeles to New York if spread across land mass.
- Federal off-shore drilling areas in the Gulf of Mexico and off the coast of California produce about 25% of all domestic.