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Stabbing Guides In The Oil and Gas Industry

A stabbing guide helps workers to align two separate sections of drill pipe, tubing, or casing for male-to-female connection. This simple tool is vitally

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Keystone Energy Tools: Your Oilfield Equipment Suppliers

Oilfield service companies need to keep their equipment in top working condition to minimize production downtime and optimize profits. Keystone Energy

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Classification and Types of Drilling Pipe

There are a variety of types and classifications of drilling pipe that vary in their construction, properties, and applications. In order for an offshore

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Introducing the Keystone Slip Type Elevators

Keystone offers Y Series Slip Type Elevators. The Y Series Elevators are center latch, tubing elevators made to catch collar type or integral joint

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What are the challenges that Slim Hole Drill Pipe has on elevators?

What are the challenges that Slim Hole Drill Pipe has on elevators? Are you considering which style elevator is the best for the application?

In this

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Conventional Oil vs. Unconventional Oil

Whether you’re new to the oil industry or a seasoned veteran, you’ve likely heard the terms “conventional oil” and “unconventional oil,” but do you

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5 Most Important Oilfield Tools

Oilfield drilling is a complex process involving multiple engineered pieces of equipment to ensure proper extraction, cleaning, and safety. While the

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What makes Keystone Energy Tools one of a kind?

With years of manufacturing experience in bridging the gap between quality and service, customers and distributors, and performance and economy.

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Drill Pipe Float Valve Size Chart and Installation

High-performance drill pipe float valves are crucial for consistent fluid control throughout the drilling process. Also known as non-return valves, this

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Baker Drill Pipe Float Valves: They No Longer Exist! Here’s Why

Often, we get calls from rig supply companies saying they need Baker drill pipe float valves.

For these folks, we have good news and bad news.

The bad

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