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For every well, the goal is the same: help maximize reservoir recovery over a long economic life.

How can drilling teams improve their impact on the economic life of well? Can it be done while mitigating the immediate concern of accessing a more complex reservoir with fewer experienced hands?

Landmark has built its well construction suite to help drilling teams obtain the intelligence they need in order to meet these demands.

Analytics are used to speed the transfer of knowledge that was previously gained only from experience, benefitting a new generation and rapidly expanding the knowledge base. From well planning and design to economic evaluation, information is integrated across domains to help the decision makers become better-informed at each step, and automation now helps those decisions makers determine optimal courses of action when operational realities don’t align with plan.

Landmark has the only complete and integrated well construction software suite on the market and is continually adding new science and analytics to help companies thrive in the age of drilling intelligence.

Behind Fault Well Planning: The Strong Influence of Geological Structure in Planning Complex Well Trajectories in the Gulf of Thailand

The Gulf of Thailand is also known for its fast drilling rate, which motivated operators to implement a factory drilling approach in their field development programs. The fast track nature of the drilling program requires an unconventional methodology to complete complex well plans in very limited time.

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Autonomous Inflow Control Devices: Completion Success in Latin America

Conditions conspire to limit production in a vast number of wells in Latin American fields, where non-uniform reservoir influx along the wellbore leads to early water or gas coning and uneven reservoir drainage. Not only is valuable oil by-passed and left in the ground, the unwanted fluids are rapidly produced, and generate high treatment costs. That’s where the fluidic diode type Autonomous Inflow Control Device (AICD) comes in. Based on innovative fluid dynamic principles, this new completion component is designed to produce oil while restricting unwanted water and gas. And it’s proving out, with successful installations in Latin American oil producers where performance is looking up...

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Well Construction Lifecycle Management

The current Oil and Gas market is being presented with a number of challenges. There is a need to increase production with decreasing resources, demanding process redundancy reduction, transferrable knowledge creation and decreased iteration to achieve expected performance and financial goals. These challenges require a decision-based workflow that can adapt to specific challenges by predicting and mitigating unwanted scenarios. It is a workflow that must also allow for successful navigation of problems if they arise.

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