Oil well dog house

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The steel-sided room adjacent to the rig floor, usually having an access door close to the driller's controls. This general-purpose shelter is a combination tool shed, office, communications center, coffee room, lunchroom and general meeting place for the driller and his crew. It is at the same elevation as the rig floor, usually cantilevered out from the main substructure supporting the rig.[1]

Dog House at the 448
Flex Rig Dog House

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  1. ^ Jonathon Green (1 January 1987). Dictionary of Jargon. Routledge. pp. 176–. ISBN 978-0-7100-9919-8. Retrieved 12 July 2013. 

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