Book is in Color – Size 9″ x 6″
- Publisher : Gulf Professional Publishing; 0 edition (November 25, 1994)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 396 pages
- ISBN-10 : 088415260X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0884152606
- Item Weight : 1.75 pounds
- Dimensions : 6.25 x 1.5 x 9.25 inches
- Tight bound – used like new
504 Pages/Hardcover/6×9/March 2007 Publisher: Gulf Publishing ISBN: 1933762349 HardBound
Volume one of this two-volume set covers historical trends and two major aspects of drilling technologies: downhole motors and oil well drilling optimization (KTW – Key Technological Wells drilling method). Unlike the U.S. and other countries, which use rotary drilling, the Russians use downhole hydraulic and electrical motors that power the bit downhole.
Condition Very good – tight bound
From the Back Cover
This book removes the mystery and pressure from calculations by equipping readers with the tools they need to understand calculations and how they work. This is done by using straight-forward language and showing fully worked out, rig-based examples throughout. The book comprises of mini lessons which are never more than two pages long and a complete lesson is always in view when the book is open in front of you. Lessons progress in a logical manner and once the book is finished, the reader is ready for any calculations that could be encountered at well control school.
It is a great tool for rig crew members who are afraid of calculations or have not done any math since school. I found it easy to follow with clear explanations and it flowed from topic to topic. A definite addition to the rig crews training toolbox.
Malcolm Lodge (at the time of writing Technical Director of the Well Control Institute)
–This text refers to the hardcover edition.
- Publisher : Gulf Pub. Co., Book Division; 4th edition (January 1, 1980)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 630 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0872011291
- ISBN-13 : 978-0872011298
- Item Weight : 2.65 pounds
- Condition: Good
Condition Cloth bound in very good condition. ISBN 10 0878140646 ISBN 13 9780878140640 Title DECISION ANALYSIS FOR PETROLEUM EXPLORATION Author Newendorp, Paul …
About This Item Used like New Hard Bound Tulsa: PennWell, 1987. First edition, in very good condition.. 9.25″ x 6.25″; x, 668 …
Lubinski, Arthur, edited by Stefan Miska Published by Gulf Publishing Company, 1988 ISBN 10: 0872011771ISBN 13: 9780872011779 Used – VERY GOOD CONDITION Product details Publisher …
Approx. 550 Pages/Hardcover/6×9/March 2007 Publisher: Gulf Publishing ISBN: SBN:978-1-933762-13-5 HardBound
Author: Prosper Aideyan
Hard Bound, Color
Take a Peek: Drilling Operations_Look Inside
This book focuses on improving drilling operations by managing barriers (both preventative and mitigation) barriers to risk events. In Chapter 1, the basic principles of risk management are described from identification of risks to creating barriers (people, process/procedures and equipment) for identified risks as well as steps to help barrier creation. Chapter 2 describes the process of drilling optimization: reviewing non productive events from offset wells or other drilling campaign, categorizing non-productive time events into those that increase “drilling time” and those extend “flat time” and barriers to be put in place to optimize drilling operations. Chapters 3 to 13 focus on common non-productive time events for example loss circulation, well control etc. that lead to down-time in drilling operations and barriers to the risk events as well as monitoring/control barrier for example torque and drag. Useful drilling calculations are highlighted in Chapter 14. Chapter 15 focuses on other continuous improvement opportunities that are not covered in Chapters 2 to 13.
The whole story of California1s oilfield and geothermal history is gathered into one volume. Begins in the 1860s, with pioneers mining and refining the asphaltum from tarry seeps. By 1876, the state had its first truly commercial oil well. Soon, many oil fields were being discovered and produced. Companies sought to capture as much oil as possible, as fast as they could. Events grew so chaotic that the petroleum industry itself sought regulation. Thus, on Aug. 9, 1915, the Calif. Dept. of Petroleum and Gas (now, the Div. of Oil and Gas) was formed. This book tells how the petroleum and geothermal industries and the Div. of Oil and Gas have developed together. Dozens of photos.