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Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing eTool

Site Preparation

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OSHA uses Safety and Health Regulations for Construction (29 CFR 1926) to assess safety compliance during this phase of the development of a drilling site.

Once the location for the site has been established, the area is prepared for drilling, with the following steps:

Site Preparation

Site Preparation

Site preparation for an oil and gas well, in most instances, looks like any other construction site. Includes:

Conductor Hole, Rathole and Mousehole

Conductor Hole, Rathole and Mousehole

Prior to commencing the rig-up process, the conductor, rathole and mousehole are completed.

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