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Drilling Mud Reporting Software Training

Feb. 15, 2019 | 8AM - 5PM | Petroleum Professional Development Center of Midland College, Midland, TX

Description:

A mud engineer’s main focus should always consist in focusing on keeping mud in a desired condition and generating professional mud reports. Drilling fluids are a vital part of any drilling operation. 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. In order to keep track of all these components, as well as maintain an organized data log, PVI has created one of the most sought-after tools, MUDPRO.

PVI's MUDPRO is a mud reporting software that complies with API specifications for field use. With an advanced database, this innovative and 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 may use this software to record mud data and generate daily reports. The goal of this course is to benefit mud engineers in order to review as well as manage data, make end-of-well recaps and compare multiple wells. This course provides engineers with the knowledge and tools for the most accurate and successful mud reporting.
Drilling Mud Reporting Software Training Syllabus (pdf)

Objectives:

  • Understand mud reporting software interface and workflow
  • Creating mud reports and inputting data efficiently
  • Read calculated results and identify potential problems
  • Customize mud reports
  • Learn how to manage well data using MUDPRO

Learning Level:

Beginner - Intermediate

Course Length:

1 Day

Location:

Petroleum Professional Development Center of Midland College
221 N Main St
Entrance 105 W. Illinois
Midland, Texas 79701

About the Instructor:

John McCormick has worked for several service companies, including five years at Weatherford in the Global Drilling Tools Unit where he was responsible for torque and drag reduction tools and five years at Halliburton as a Global Technical Advisor in the VersaFlex Expandable Liner Hanger sub product line. He has had seven years of involvement with cementing software modeling from working with liner hangers and through consulting and numerical analysis with cementing software at PVI.

Cost:

$500 USD + $41.25 tax = $541.25 USD/person
(complimentary MUDSheet and 10-day MUDPRO license included)

By submitting the registration form, you agree to pay the above amount and agree to our cancellation policy.