Landmark helps engineers determine what they should be able to access from the reservoir, given specific well placement and construction plans. These plans can be optimized for output, efficiency, safety, integrity, and cost. DecisionSpace® Well Planning plots geoscience and reservoir knowledge in a 3D environment that generates well trajectories, pad or platform locations, and reservoir targets. Drillworks® Geomechanics analyzes the stability of planned wellbores. With plans taking shape, cost expectations can be updated with Well Cost.
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Using Landmark, engineers can design wellbore geometries for maximum contact with the most productive reservoir zones and design completion and intervention plans with an eye to long-term production. With Engineer’s Desktop™ (EDT™) suite of applications, the most sound and cost-effective wellbore schemes and paths are engineered.
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Modeling fluid flow through complex completions is beyond traditional reservoir simulation and nodal capabilities because it should combine an accurate reservoir inflow with a highly detailed wellbore model. NETool™ is a steady-state numerical simulator that provides user-friendly comprehensive modeling for even the most complex wells.
Once the well program is determined, it's time to execute. OpenWells® manages and tracks drilling and completion activities for a few wells or across the entire organization, from a desktop or mobile device. DecisionSpace® GRC, for government, risk, and compliance, guides operators along a path of documenting and auditing practices and procedures.
As drilling and completions occur, operators must monitor performance, compare it against what was planned, and even foresee and mitigate upcoming nonproductive time. DecisionSpace® Drilling Analytics delivers these abilities, plus the diagnosis of problems and prescription of solutions, based on what has happened in the past.
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