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In the oil and gas industry, it is common for large diameter primary wells to be drilled from a platform to greater depths than can be reached with a drill string fitted with a conventional drilling rig. An additional casing string is added to the primary well during completion of the primary well and this is followed by drill strings and the drilling of additional primary wells extending from the platform to the desired location. The platform may be located on or off the seabed and in some cases there are sea-water driven wells, an on-land or on-shore water or land-based primary well and an offshore rig to set the casing string and drill off the platform. Alternatively, the primary well may be drilled at a site other than the platform, and the casing string may be set onshore using a floating vessel.
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