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A North Sea operator that wanted to reduce its dependence on offshore skips commissioned Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), to deliver a cuttings handling system that would add rig storage and pneumatic conveyance to one of its supply vessels in the Edvard Grieg field development. The main objectives were to reduce both the number of rig-to-boat crane lifts as well as the time the supply vessel would be alongside the rig. In addition the operator planned to drill for extended periods of time even when bad weather prohibited backloads to the supply vessel. bulk-cuttings-transfer-cs.pdf