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Literature
  • Accident Prevention Reference Guide. International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, Revised Edition, April 1998.
  • Accident Statistics Program 2000: Summary of Occupational Injuries. International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, Revised 20 June 2001.
  • Comprehensive Safety Recommendations for Land-Based Oil and Gas Well Drilling. Publication Number 83-127, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Division of Safety Research, Morganton, West Virginia 26505, September 1983.
  • Five Minute Rig Safety Meeting Topics for Drilling Contractors. Accident Prevention Committee, International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas.
  • Natural Gas in Utah, Past, Present and Future. Millar, Rodney D., Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah, 1974.
  • Profile of the Oil and Gas Extraction Industry. EPA Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project, Office of Compliance, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, October 2000.

Petroleum Extension Service (PETEX), University of Texas at Austin

  • Accident Statistics Program 2000: Summary of Occupational Injuries. International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, Revised 20 June 2001.
  • So You Want to be a Roughneck. Baker, Ron, Petroleum Extension Service, Video. The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, in cooperation with International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, 2001.
  • Conceptos Basicos de Perforacion, El Servicio de Extension Petrolera. La Universidad de Texas en Austin, 1979.
  • Guide To Safe Stairways, Walkways, and Railings. Published by Petroleum Extension Service (PETEX), The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, in cooperation with International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, 1978.
  • Planning for Drilling in Hydrogen Sulfide Zones: An Outline of Safety and Health Procedures. Petroleum Extension Service, The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, 1978.
  • A Primer of Oil Well Drilling: A Basic Text of Oil and Gas Drilling. Baker, Ron, Petroleum Extension Service, The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, in cooperation with International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, Sixth Edition, 2001.
  • Rigging Up: The Safe Way, Audiovisual Script, Safety Series. 16.1148 Petroleum Extension Service, The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, in cooperation with International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, 1981.
  • Rig Inspection, Audiovisual Script. 16.1147 Petroleum Extension Service, The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, in cooperation with International Association of Drilling Contractors, Houston, Texas, 1979.
  • Safe Use of Catheads and Air Hoists. Drilling Technology Series, 1146, Sponsored by The International Association of Drilling Contractors, Produced and Distributed by Petroleum Extension Service, The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, 1979.
  • Safe Use of Drill-Pipe Tongs. Drilling Technology Series, 1081, Sponsored by The International Association of Drilling Contractors, Produced and Distributed by Petroleum Extension Service, The University of Texas at Austin, Continuing and Extended Education, Austin, Texas, 1978.
  • Petroleum Extension Service (PETEX). The University of Texas at Austin. Provides global training services and publishes training materials for the oil and gas industry. An abriged version of the Dictionary of Terms was provided by PETEX and the University of Texas at Austin and used to create the Illustrated Glossary.
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