The Tubular Database give you reference to over 4100 different joints of pipe,Tubular database includes oil well casing and tubing specifications from 48″to 1.05″
Once the casing or tubing is selected you have full data regarding weight on hook annular volumes and capacities in either Bbls or Cu/ft for cementing calculations. Tubular Database also includes a casing Pressure Test function which allows you to run a casing pressure test after cementing is completed with a visual indicating and pressure drop. chart
Once the casing or tubing is selected you have full data regarding Weight on Hook, Burst, Collapse, Drift Size, Weak Member. Annular volumes and capacities in either Bbls or Cu/ft and a casing pressure test chart
4127 different tubular specifications in the database.
Balanced Cement Plugs, Oilwell balanced cement plugs P & A plugs
Buffer fluid ahead of cement slurry
Planned volume of cement slurry
Buffer fluid behind the cement slurry
Actual slurry volume pumped
Pipe in cement height
Pipe out cement height
Planned slurry volumes vs Actual slurry volumes
This is can be used as an add in for DrillPro
Includes Water or Flushing chemicals ahead and behind plug calculations, pipe in cement top pipe out cement top, and since no cement job is 100% accurate the program produces both calculated and actual cement tops based on the slurry volumes pumped, Output graphic is printable and can be selected in either API and Metric units.
Casing Design is a completely new concept for bi-axial casing design
Casing Design is linked to Well Trajectory and Azimuth Closure
The program includes a database of over 4138 different joints of casing to choose from (plus the option to add custom Csg Specs)
Plpus the input of unlimited custom casing sizes to be added to the database with user defined casing design specifications
When you set up your bi-axial design the program allows up to 4 different weights grades per section in the design
The program links to a full Directional and Azimuth Closure function which can be imported or input manually.
Design Criteria includes, Land, Shallow Offshore, Deep Water Offshore casing design
New Cementing Safety Factors and Linear Temperatures at Lead and Tail cement tops plus Design Loads
100% mud evacuation for producing condition
0% – 100% evacuation selectable for all design conditions
Completely flexible with Feet or Meters for TVD and MTD
Option of using °F or °C for both Linear and Custom Temperature inputs
Safety Factor at Mud Gas interface at evacuation point
Mud Gas Interface indicated on all charts and reports
Quick view chart viewer for De-Rated Tensile results
Quick view chart viewer for directional trajectory
The finalized casing design reports can be emailed directly to the client
The casing design program includes the option to export your design to a local well file
Casing design Calculations;
For De-rated Collapse Load Collapse curve due to axial loading
Temperature De-rated Burst and Collapse safety factors calculated
All safety factors calculated taking old mud or salt water behind casing into consideration.
BHA Design including BHA Reference and graphic
Complete analysis for bottom hole assembly design (BHA Design).
The program allows up to 4 sections of Drill Pipe, four sections of HWDP, and four sections of drill Collars
For Horizontal Wells. The position of drill string can be changed to suite all well designs (all DCs or all HWDP)
The program consists of a graphic design and all the critcal properties of your BHA
Hi-resolution graphics can be used to build a professional BHS Design graphic
First use the Input BHA Data button and enter your complete Drilling String including the ancillary bottom hole assembly tools and equipment.
You can select all the critical senarios in the BHA input section, As listed below.
Once you have entered all the BHA tools you are using these become avaiable when you build your Graphic.
In the graphic design sheet click on a cell in the string column
and select the Drill Pipe Heavey Weight Drill Collars or the tools you have listed
The Packer Calculation program will help you avoid having a packer unset during testing or squeezing operations.
The program also includes tubing movement calculations and a field estimate production rate calculator along with BHT chart
The program covers both compression and tension packers also maximum allowable swabbing depth for upstrain packers. Since the forces are related to several differing factors you you have the option of selecting the type of flow, whether there is no flow, mud/brine in the tubing, gas or oil flow. Then select the type of packer upstrain (tension) or set down (compression). This data is used in the forces applied to a pkr calculations.
The program will warn you if fores applied to the packer from above or below will force the packer to unset.
The Tubing Movement program is included in the Workover Office Pro version.
This separate version is just for quick reference for those that don’t need all the multiple functions of Workover Office Pro
This includes all tubing movement calculations. This program is included in the Packer Calculations software. Force
Stretch/Contraction Length Changes due to
Plus a basic estimated BHT chart
Tank Volumes including Flow Rates for Round Tanks, Square Tanks, Vertical Tanks, Round Horizontal Tanks and tank straps
This tank volume and flow rate program gives you volumes and flow rates in various units of measure , partial volumes, tank strap charts for Round Vertical tanks, Square tanks and Horizontal Round tanks. Plus Flow Rates into any size tank or vessel from a coffee cup, dope bucket to a million Bbl tank
Printable Tank Strap Charts can be selected to give you both API and Metric options Chart selection
Well Plan is based on the minimum curvature method to design a precise and smooth well bore trajectory through multiple targets is quickly and easily accomplished using this program.
Well Plan and drilling trajectory utilises The Minimum Curvature method is used to calculate 3-dimensional displacements of the well bore according to “end-point” inputs supplied by the user. Minimum Curvature is widely accepted by the oil industry to be the most accurate mathematical analysis for directional surveys as opposed to previous, less rigorous methods such as Least Squares, Tangential, Average Angle and Radius of Curvature.
Well Plan and design allows you to design a directional trajectory for any well profile;
The following data is calculated with a minimum of end point entries;
Target Data is included for up to four targets.
KOP & Build Rate (°/100Ft, °/30Mtrs)
Tangent depth or Lateral Section length
Drop Section and Turn Rates (°/100Ft, °/30Mtrs)
Closure distance and azimuth
Vertical section view with lateral displacement vs true vertical depth (TVD)
Plan view (N/-S, E/-W) displacement vs true vertical depth (TVD)
Dog Leg Severity (DLS) vs measured depth (°/100Ft, °/30Mtrs)
The Well Plan and drilling trajectory auto calculates the Planned trajectory with visual targets.
Actual directional surveys can be input as the well is drilled.
Each planned trajectory is compared with the actual drilled trajectory.
You have the option of importing a planned and actual surveys (MD, Inclination, Azimuth),
Planned, Drilled or Custom trajectories can be exported for use in other programs.
This program will be integrated with the latest version of Casing Design.
HDD Plan calculations is a new innovated HDD program for multiple projects.
Hydro Power water courses,
Tunneling under Airport Runways
City utility tunneling
Water Course Galleries
with a few inputs the software develops all the charting for Azimuth, Tangents, Turns and Bends and Dog Legs.
Tool Face Calculations
Effective Tool Face
Project to bit
The program provides for up to five (5), Targets based upon true vertical depths (TVD’s), and (+E –W), (+N –S), distances from the RKB (rotary kelly bushing), surface location which is the datum (zero point), for all other measurements. Typically, Targets are determined by project constraints and then the Planned Borehole is designed to pass thru or near the Targets. The program also provides for input of Actual Surveys so actual drilling progress can quickly and easily be compared to the Planned Surveys and the Targets. Target closure distances and azimuths are compared to the closest point on both Planned and Actual Boreholes.
The Minimum Curvature Method is used to calculate 3 dimentional Boreholes based upon X,Y,Z displacements for each section. The XYZ coordinates for this program equate to East-West (X), North-South (Y) and True Vertical Depth (Z). The user can input the length of each section either by measured depth (MD) length or true vertical depth (TVD) length. With Inclination and Azimuth inputs, the end point of each section is defined and the resulting Borehole is calculated with surveys generated at the User selected survey intervals up to 1000 surveys, on the Planned Survey sheet.
HDD ToolFace Plan projects, provides for up to five (5), Targets based upon true vertical depths (TVD’s), and (+E –W), (+N –S), distances from the RKB (rotary kelly bushing), surface location which is the datum (zero point), for all other measurements. Typically, Targets are determined by project constraints and then the Planned trajectory is designed to pass thru or near the Targets. The program also provides for input of Actual Surveys so actual drilling progress can quickly and easily be compared to the Planned Surveys and the Targets. Target closure distances and azimuths are compared to the closest point on both Planned and Actual trajectories.
Charts of the Vertical Section view, Plan view and Dog Leg Severity (DLS) view are provided along with the trajectory parameters for each section such as section length, bend rate, turn rate, DLS, etc. The Planned and Actual surveys and Charts can be printed as needed.
HDD ToolFace Plan for Hydraulic Directional Drilling projects. Is a user-friendly trajectory design interface for the unique requirements of the HDD (Hydraulic Directional Drilling), industry to plan drilling trajectories starting and ending at any inclination and with multiple Tangent and Curve (Bend) sections. Applications for this program include civil engineering projects such as drilling under a river, road, airport runway, etc., to install utility shafts, drilling subway tunnels under cities, drilling hydro-electric water course tunnels, drilling mine shafts, etc. The program provides for five (5) contigious Tangent and/or Bend, Turn sections which suffices for most applications.