CATEGORIZED | News

Well planning system updated for Chinese, Russian users

Posted on 03 February 2010

Paradigm launched the 2009.1 release of its Sysdrill well planning system on 2 February at the 2010 IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans that provides comprehensive Chinese and Russian translations. “The Chinese and Russian energy markets are rapidly growing, both in size and importance,” said Robert Innes, Paradigm director of well planning and drilling. “Sysdrill 2009.1 effectively eliminates previous language-based usage limitations.”

Above is an example of Sysdrill’s well planning system. The system helps management with anti-collision, torque and drag, hydraulics, casing design, cementing, and well control.

Paradigm's Sysdrill well planning system helps manage anti-collision, torque and drag, hydraulics, casing design, cementing and well control.

The update extends the software’s range and accessibility offers well planning, survey. It offers management, anti-collision, torque and drag, hydraulics, casing design, cementing, and well control. The new release also integrates with the company’s Epos system, providing quick and more reliable access to E&P data for collaborative work on large multi-disciplinary projects. Epos 4 is an open data integration platform scalable from a laptop to a full enterprise solution.

Paradigm is offering demonstrations of its well planning systems at Booth #433 at the Drilling Conference. Click here for more information.

Leave a Reply

*

FEATURED MICROSITES


Recent Drilling News

  • 22 December 2014

    BP and SOCAR to explore shallow water Absheron Peninsula

    BP and SOCAR signed signed a new production sharing agreement (PSA) to jointly explore for and develop potential prospects in the shallow water area around the Absheron Peninsula...

  • 17 December 2014

    Saudi Aramco: Four factors for a sustainable drilling business

    Despite the modest growth in demand and drop in oil prices today, the long-term outlook for industry is healthy. “Our industry will need to add around 40 million bbl per day for new capacity...

  • 16 December 2014

    Ensco development program produces driller in 3 years

    Ensco’s Accelerated Development Program (ADP) takes a “green” individual and, within a three-year period, trains them to become a driller. In response to personnel shortages in various areas, including drilling...

  • 16 December 2014

    Saudi Aramco: ‘Industry cannot afford to lose talent when the economy is down’

    Industry is facing a human resources challenge in two areas: the ageing workforce and the shortage of skills, Mohammed Al Sellemi...

  • 16 December 2014

    Nanotechnology has potential to improve tool performance in extreme environments

    In terms of temperature stability and corrosion, tools have limitations, especially in extremely challenging drilling environments. Jothibasu Ramasamy...

  • Read more news