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MUDPRO+ - Advanced Mud Reporting Software MUDPRO+ - Advanced Drilling Mud Reporting Model

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Mud is generally synonymous with drilling fluid. It is used in the rotary drilling process to: clean the wellbore, carry out cuttings, exert hydrostatic pressure, cool, and lubricate the drill string and bit. Mud can lead directly or indirectly to most drilling problems. If the drilling fluid does not behave properly, it may lead to many serious well problems, including well abandonment. Meanwhile, the additives required to maintain the mud in good condition are quite costly. Mud engineers need to keep track of the usage of these additives.

Mud engineers are responsible for testing the mud at a rig, prescribing mud treatments, and maintaining mud weight, properties, and chemistry within recommended limits. They are also responsible for creating a mud report.

MUDPRO+ is a comprehensive upgrade based on the current version. Including the existing functions, MUDPRO+ integrates new practical features (such as pad drilling, multi-type rheology, AI data analysis, etc.). We also upgraded the data structure; thus, the data read/write speed improved tremendously. MUDPRO+ enriches visualization in Output and Recap; customization is available to all the display contents.

Elevate your drilling experience by complementing MUDPRO+ with SolidsPRO - Advanced Solids Control Reporting Software. Streamline solids control, monitor inventory movements, and optimize efficiency with SolidsPRO, designed to enhance productivity and reduce costs through effective mud recycling.

  • Pad drilling
  • Land and offshore well
  • Riser operation with choke, kill, and boost lines
  • Speedy data writing and reading
  • Master products and tubular database
  • Water-based, oil-based, and synthetic mud
  • Solids analysis
  • Salt type selection: NaCl, CaCl2, and dual salts
  • Bingham Plastic, Power Law, and Herschel Buckley rheology models
  • Hydraulics calculation
  • Mud volume tracking
  • Inventory, volume, and pit snapshots
  • Concentration calculation in each pit
  • Low inventory warning
  • Customize recap review
  • Recap summary
  • Multiple daily mud report
  • Automatically data backup
  • US oil field, metric, and customized units
  • WITSML report
  • Export data to HYDPRO software
  • One-page/two-page daily mud report
  • Printing size: letter, legal or A4
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  • FAQ
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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

Q4. How to export MUDPRO+ WITSML?
Please refer to the .pdf file below for detailed instructions.

Q5. Is there a quick setup guide to help me transition to MUDPRO+ version 4.0 or later?
Yes, this guide is specifically designed to assist mud engineers transitioning from the older MUDPRO and MUDPRO+ software to the latest MUDPRO+ version 4.0.0 or later. It addresses the most common challenges encountered during the adoption of the new software.
MUDPRO+ Initial Setup Guide

  • 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® 10 or above
  • Microsoft Office®

    • 2016 or above
  • Processor

    • Dual-core Intel or AMD processor, 1.4 GHz or higher. Quad-core CPU recommended. Not compatible with ARM processor
  • Memory

    • 4 GB RAM
  • Disk Space

    • 200 MB of free disk space for installation
  • Display

    • 1,280 x 768 display resolution
  • Installation Options

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