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Energy Workforce Welcomes New Member Dril-Quip

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Dril-Quip has become the latest company to join the Energy Workforce & Technology Council.

Dril-Quip is a leading manufacturer of offshore drilling and production equipment that is well suited for use in deepwater applications.

The company designs and manufactures subsea, surface and offshore rig equipment for use by oil and gas companies and drilling contractors in offshore areas throughout the world. Dril-Quip also provides technical advisory services, reconditioning services and running tools for use in connection with the installation and retrieval of its products.

Dril-Quip has manufacturing facilities in the United States, Brazil, Scotland and Singapore. The company also has sales and service offices in numerous locations throughout the world. Dril-Quip’s manufacturing operations are vertically integrated, with the company performing essentially all of its forging, heat treating, machining, fabrication, inspection, assembly and testing at its own facilities. The company has developed its broad line of subsea, surface and offshore rig equipment primarily through internal product development efforts.

Jeff Bird is CEO, and Dril-Quip is headquartered in Houston.

“Adding new members increases the Council’s ability to elevate the energy services and technology sector. By combining our strengths, we speak with a unified voice that’s heard by lawmakers, regulators and the public. We are glad to welcome Dril-Quip to the Energy Workforce & Technology Council.”

Energy Workforce CEO Leslie Beyer

For more information about Energy Workforce membership, contact Director of Operations Roni Ashley.


Roni Ashley, Director Operations, writes about the Council’s membership and regional chapters. Click here to subscribe to the Energy Workforce newsletter, which highlights sector-specific issues, best practices, activities and more.
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