‘Dredging, dredging, drilling’: How a US oil boom has turned the world’s biggest oil field into a giant floating oil rig

Dredging is a method of drilling and the process is used to refine oil and gas into oil and natural gas.

In addition to oil and other products, it is used for the production of coal, iron ore and iron.

It is a highly efficient way of extracting and refining oil.

A floating platform is used as a temporary storage facility for the oil, gas and other materials.

The platform is then lowered into the water and lowered to the surface.

The oil, natural gas and iron are transported by floating barges to be transported in the same way as on land.

The floating rig is designed to be towed in a fixed position so that the oil and gases can be extracted from the sea.

The US has one of the largest floating oil platforms in the world, the Exxon Valdez, which is now used for drilling.

However, a new floating oil drilling technique has developed and now can be used on an unprecedented scale.

The method uses a new type of technology called floating hydraulic fracturing (FHFr) to separate natural gas from oil.

It uses water, sand and chemicals to separate the natural gas into gas oil and oil sands.

The new technique is called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

It can also be used to separate oil and water.

FHFr can be done on a floating platform or on land, with the oil being extracted from a shallow well.

It involves injecting a high-pressure fluid, which releases a small amount of pressure, into a rock formation to break up the shale.

This is followed by pumping water and sand into the rock, where the rock is broken up into oil-bearing deposits.

The process then involves injecting another high-speed fluid into the shale to break it up again.

It releases oil, but this oil can also contain natural gas, which can be recovered by injecting water and chemicals.

In the United States, the industry is using hydraulic fracturing on about 20,000 floating platforms each day.

A recent study by the American Petroleum Institute found that by 2020 the number of floating platforms will increase to nearly one million.

The industry hopes the new technology will allow it to drill for oil at a much faster rate.

The American Petroleum Association, a trade group for oil companies, said in a statement that “FHFR is not only safer and more efficient than traditional hydraulic fracturing and conventional hydraulic fracturing techniques, it can be applied on large offshore platforms, and with minimal cost.

The technology has the potential to unlock significant production potential on a global scale.”

The use of floating rigs has been around for decades.

In 1991, oil and chemical company ConocoPhillips purchased an operating company, which was used to drill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Conoco used the company’s floating rigs to drill and extract oil and bitumen in the deep waters of the Gulf for years.

But in the early 2000s, Conoco began to diversify its operations, focusing more on exploration and production, and on developing its own floating platforms.

Conco plans to continue to use floating rigs as well.

The company’s subsidiary, Transocean, has also experimented with using floating rigs.

In 2013, Transoscean was fined by the US Department of the Interior for using the technology on a rig near Puerto Rico.

The government determined that the company was not adequately consulting with state regulators and state regulators did not have the authority to regulate Transoscien.

In 2014, Transom, a US company, filed for bankruptcy.

It had $1.6 billion in assets and had been operating as a subsidiary of Conoco.

Transom also operates floating platforms in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.

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