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Drilling fluids are a vital part of drilling operations. It controls wellbore pressure, lubricates and cools the drill bit, carries the drill cuttings, and other essential functions. To fulfill these tasks, carefully chosen additives are incorporated into the mud to control its properties. It is the mud engineer's responsibility to ensure that any new mud that is produced and added meets the required specifications.

In the past, mud engineers relied on paper forms or Excel® spreadsheets to record mud properties, product usage, and inventory on a daily basis. This approach meant that engineers encountered a variety of issues, such as disorganization of numerous daily reports and difficulty with generating end-of-well recaps.

PVI's MUDPRO is a mud reporting software that complies with API specifications for field use. With an advanced database, this innovative, all-inclusive model significantly improves drilling fluid data gathering, sharing and management.

MUDPRO is designed for both mud engineers at rig sites and engineering managers. A mud engineer will use the software to record mud data and generate daily reports whereas a manager can use MUDPRO to review and manage data, make an end-of-well recap and compare multiple wells.

  • Land and offshore wells
  • Unlimited number of wells and reports
  • Water, oil and synthetic-based mud
  • Daily report
  • Hydraulics
  • Recap
  • Well comparison
  • Planned and actual data comparison
  • Concentration calculation
  • Solid analysis
  • Volume tracking
  • Inventory carry-over
  • Well data import and export
  • Price change
  • User-defined unit of currency
  • Communicates with HYDPRO
  • US oil field, SI and customized units
  • Multi-language: English, Spanish, Chinese and Russian
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Q1. How to transfer wells?
Please refer to the .pdf file below for detailed instructions.
Transfer MUDPRO Wells Instructions

Q2. How to fix crashed database?
Please refer to the .pdf file below for detailed instructions.
Crashed MUDPRO Database Troubleshooting

Q3. How to change the price of an item?
Please refer to the .pdf file below for detailed instructions.
Inventory Price Change Instructions

  • The Drilling Supervisors Guide to Understanding and Maintaining Drilling Fluids | PVI Bookstore

    The Drilling Supervisors Guide to Understanding and Maintaining Drilling Fluids - $125

    Dr. Kenneth L. Bridges, published by Drilbert Engineering, Inc., 2008

    This guide covers virtually every aspect involved in understanding and maintaining drilling fluids. It is intended to give the Drilling Supervisor and the on site Mud Engineer a thorough understanding of drilling mud. The book begins by giving a basic understanding of mud chemistry and polymer chemistry are covered in detail. Calculations for engineering and maintaining the mud are presented in a clear and simple format.The goal of the manual is to enable the rig site supervision to be able to understand and manage the drilling mud programs.Topics include: Functions of Drilling Fluids; Drilling Fluid Properties; Well Bore Stability; Drilling Fluid Components; Drilling Fluid Systems; Solids Control; and more!
    For a limited time, a complimentary 3-month Dr. DE leasing license will be included in any book purchases. Tax, shipping and handling cost will be applied. Contact sales@pvisoftware.com for more information about book purchasing.

  • Operating Systems

    • Microsoft Windows® 7, Windows® 8/8.1, Windows® 10
  • Microsoft Office®

    • 2010 or later
  • Processor

    • Dual core processor, 1.4 GHz or faster
  • Memory

    • 4 GB RAM
  • Disk Space

    • 200 MB of free disk space for installation
  • Display

    • 1,280 x 768 display resolution with true color or higher with small font
  • Installation Options

    • Setup file can be accessed from a download link or installation CD provided by PVI