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A customer in the Montney Basin, Canada, could not reach the intended core point because the bit played out in the Doig Phosphate, a notoriously abrasive formation. The operator requested a solution from Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE): would it be possible to account for the 30-m (98.4-ft) difference prior to the core point as well as core the intended 180-m (590-ft) interval in the Montney formation? If not, the operator would have to conduct an unplanned trip to replace the dull bit and lose valuable rig time in the drilling of the wellbore. Coring-solution-recovers-record-sample-Canada-cs (002).pdf