Global oil and gas service provider, AGR today announced its software solutions division has signed a contract with Lundin Norway AS (Lundin).The two-year deal includes AGR’s latest software offering, iQˣ™ – designed to simplify the planning and execution of wells as well as maintenance and support services.Petter Mathisen, VP of AGR’s Software Solutions division, said: “Lundin is a long-standing client of AGR and we have developed an excellent relationship over the years. This contract win is testament to that and, indeed, the capabilities of our iQˣ™ software.“We pride ourselves on the fact that our software solutions are tried, tested and trusted, providing real results for our clients. As operators increasingly search for more efficient and safer working methods, our software addresses the need for increasing operational efficiencies.”VP AGR Software Solutions, Petter MathisenThe software, initiated by two AGR senior drilling engineers, can be conveniently built into Lundin’s business, enabling their personnel to structure and organise internal experience transfer, knowledge sharing and data classification.iQˣ™ software is currently set up for visual offset analysis, experience sharing and operations support covering an AGR-designed database with an overview of historic well data and experience from more than 6,000 wells drilled on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.[mappress]Press Release, September 16, 2014
According to Troopers, a Volkswagen GTI Hatchback, occupied by a driver and four passengers, was traveling northbound when a volleyball-sized rock fell off the back of a rock truck traveling southbound. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享This afternoon, around 1:23 p.m., the Alaska State Troopers received a report that a rock went thru a windshield and struck an 8-year-old passenger, near mile 58.7 of the Sterling Highway. The rock went through the windshield of the Hatchback and struck the middle backseat passenger, Noah Schwebach, 8 of Eagle River. Life saving measures were rendered but he succumbed to his injuries on scene. No one else in the Hatchback was injured. The incident occurred in a construction zone that has many large vehicles moving in and out of the area. The vehicle the rock fell off of has not been positively identified. According to Troopers the investigation is still ongoing.