Top 5 Rigzone Articles of 2011

Top 5 Rigzone Articles of 2011

Consider this the Grammys for Rigzone (minus the red carpet, celebrities, movies, etc.). A special thanks goes out to our dedicated Rigzone readers for making this a wonderful year for the Rigzone team.

So without much ado, click through the slideshow above to view Rigzone's top five most-read articles of 2011.


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Riyadh | Jan. 2, 2012
Well with new technology of drilling and technique that were developed by many well known companies and good planning it will do

Riyadh | Jan. 1, 2012
In Iraq M.E. many women worked with me chemical engineers,civil,mechanical and chemists ,they are always work to approved them selfes and some of them to challange men on basis that the men they can get job inspite of them career but women they have to fight to be on workable team ,some of them succeed and the others get married and hide behind chairs.Now the Director General of Engineering Arm of Mninstry of Oil,(Iraq) State Company for Oil Projects(SCOP) is a woman Miss Nuhad Mosa.

| Dec. 30, 2011
Many thanks to staff of rigzone website. I appreciate their effort to provide all drilling hands & engineers with latest technology and news from and to every point. Abdulghani Ertika company for training & qualifying Tripoli Libya


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