drilling

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  • Info Drilling is a cutting process that uses a drill bit to cut or enlarge a hole of circular cross-section in solid materials. more...
  • Drilling increased in importance when men stopped fighting as individuals and began to fight together as units.
  • Continuous development of drilling technology provides access to many difficult-to-access fields.
  • Drilling and training took place all year round, even in times of peace, not just when war threatened.
  • With his father he began an independent oil drilling operation that was ultimately unsuccessful.
  • This made Grand Lake the location for the first off shore oil drilling to take place.
  • There has been no significant drilling activity in the basin since the late 1970s.
  • Drilling for oil or building a wind power plant requires energy.
  • Oil and natural gas drilling is allowed within the park.
  • Ever since drilling began for natural gas, the economy has improved.
  • He wrote books on his experiences of looking and drilling for salt.
  • Deep drilling to prove up resources to sustain such a production rate continue.
  • However, it is not the only time he has clashed over gas drilling.
  • Oil companies would start drilling once again in 1978 under the province's term.
  • This is known as cross-drilling and was originally done in the 1960s on racing cars.
  • Subsequent drilling within the crater, found a large amount of oil and gas.
  • There are, however, many smaller companies providing drilling fluid services as well.
  • After multiple deep drilling, a final site was selected.
  • Like most towns in the area, its economy is based on farming, oil drilling, and various services.
  • Every subsequent drilling team improves their method with each new effort.
  • Recent drilling for natural gas has also revitalized the economy of the area.
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Root form of drilling is drill for the verb.

Words starting with drilling

Meaning of drilling

  • noun The act of drilling
  • verb Train in the military, e.g., in the use of weapons
  • verb Learn by repetition
    We drilled French verbs every day, Pianists practice scales
  • verb Teach by repetition
  • verb Undergo military training or do military exercises