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  • A top drive is capable of drilling with three joints stands, instead of just one pipe at a time.
  • Top drives typically decrease the frequency of stuck pipe, which contributes to cost savings.http://www.uobd2.net/
  • A top drive allows drillers to more quickly engage and disengage pumps or the rotary while removing or restringing the pipe.
  • Top drives are also preferable for challenging extended-reach and directional wells.
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