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The US shale oil revolution has rid the country of its dependence on Africa’s oil. Energy Aspects’ chief oil analyst explains why the continent has been the hardest hit by the shale boom.

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Using Weatherford’s Revolution and EMpulse MWD systems allowed the operator to access zones that could not typically be logged or reached under prevailing conditions. This was the first successful use of rotary-steerable system technology using electromagnetic transmission anywhere in the world.

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The stakeholders involved in drilling for oil and gas collaborate by collecting and sharing information. Historically this was accomplished by transferring data in a multitude of file types. The industry adopted Wellsite Information Transfer Standard Markup Language (WITSML) to standardize the transmission of technical data from rig to town in the petroleum industry.

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Sperry DrillingOPERATOR’S CHALLENGE – An operator in the Louisiana Haynesville shale play required reliable and accurate measurement/logging-while-drilling (M/LWD) data while drillling horizontal wells in an extreme high temperature environment. Sperry Drilling services was challenged to provide a suitable M/LWD system for drilling the long horizontal sections of the wells, where typical static bottom hole temperature exceeds the 347°F (175°C) rating of current industry-standard high temperature tools.

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Log while drilling an extreme high-temperature, high-pressure well in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Apply a logging-while drilling (LWD) system capable of drilling and evaluating the deepest section of a well in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Varel’s patent pending DRIMP technology takes Geo-Science analysis to a new level by providing the driller with a virtual roadmap of the wellbore. Drilling Impedance (DRIMP) measures the drilling efficiency performed by the drilling assembly. The figures are then combined to calculate rock properties and porosity, abnormalities while drilling, and possible gas-bearing depleted zones.

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