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Ronald B. Peterson will lecture on drilling fluids in well construction
Ronald B. Peterson, Baroid Industrial Drilling Products senior account executive, will present the 2015 McEllhiney Distinguished Lecture in Water Well Technology, "Drilling Fluids: A Common Sense Approach," the National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation announced.
Peterson, of South Jordan, Utah, has been involved in the drilling industry for more than 36 years. Hired in 1977 by Baroid as a field service representative, he has worked in various positions for the company throughout his career.
Peterson will lecture on how using the proper drilling fluid for a particular project is paramount to a successful job. His presentation will cover the:
The McEllhiney Lecture Series in Water Well Technology is made possible by a grant from Franklin Electric.