The dredges have also helped in identifying and protecting a new oil spill site in northwestern California that has been dredged and then cleaned.
The spill occurred during a routine maintenance job in early June and the dredges were needed to seal off a nearby pipeline.
The drilling equipment was removed and workers were sent into the area to seal the breach.
But they encountered a problem.
As they tried to move the drilling rig and drill holes in the earth, they were confronted by the drilling equipment.
“They were coming down with the drill bit in their hand, and the drill hole was just big enough to get the drill through,” said David Wahlstrom, who works at a local company that supplies drilling equipment to the drilling industry.
Wahlstrom said the drill bits are so heavy they sometimes break.
He said he tried to help his colleague by taking out his water pump and putting it in the hole.
But it was too late.
They could only seal the hole with a hydraulic jack.
After that, Wahlsten said, they had to do a lot of searching for the drill.
I was thinking, ‘Wow, I don’t want to go through that again,’ he said.
But they finally found it.
One of the drilling rigs, a 5,000-gallon rig that is used to drill holes for the Bakken oil and gas wells, was missing.
When the company found out the rig was missing, they immediately sent out a message on Facebook, telling the public that the company is investigating and that they have secured the missing rig.
Even though the rig is still missing, Wills said the company still received a lot more people to reach out to to.
He said that the crewmembers who worked to find the missing drilling rig did it all without being worried about their safety.
It took about three days to secure the drilling site.
With help from the company and local government officials, Wislos said the dredge workers managed to locate the missing drill rig and put the hole back into operation.
More than 2,000 workers were on hand at the scene to help.
“It was a lot easier to do than I thought,” Wahlstons son, Matt Wislons, said.
“It’s really just a case of the guys doing the right thing,” he added.
Matt Wislings is a member of the local oil and natural gas committee.