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Image title: 
Martin Luling explains to attendees the workings of a drill collar
Credit line: 
AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Physics Today Collection

The steel pipe shown here is a drill collar equipped to make resistivity measurements during well drilling. Schlumberger's Martin Luling (at right) explains to attendees at the 1996 American Institute of Physics Corporate Associates meeting that this drill collar would be positioned about 10 m above the level of the drill bit. AIP was Celebrating 60 years of ties with Industry.

Photo date: 
circa 1996
Original format: 
1 photographic print (color; 7 x 5 inches)
Luling, Martin G.