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Drilling Technology in Nontechnical Language

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Title: Drilling Technology in Nontechnical Language
Author: Steve Devereux
ISBN: 0878147624 / 9780878147625
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 337
Publisher: PennWell
Year: 1999
Availability: In Stock
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Ideal for non-engineer industry professionals and freshmen-level petroleum engineering students. Devereux introduces the reader to both onshore and offshore drilling operations and technology by covering the entire drilling process from basic geology to managing drilling operations. In addition, he covers key management issues such as safety, the environment, costs, and regulations. Each chapter includes an overview, summary, and glossary. A comprehensive list of acronyms is also included along with a detailed index, line diagrams, and b/w photographs to illustrate the text.


Chapter 1 : Drilling Geology
Chapter 2 : Oil and Gas Generation, Migration, and Reservoirs
Chapter 3 : Planning and Drilling an Exploration Well on Land
Chapter 4 : Planning and Drilling a Development Well Offshore
Chapter 5 : Rig Selection and Rig Equipment
Chapter 6 : Drill Bits
Chapter 7 : Drilling Fluids
Chapter 8 : Directional and Horizontal Drilling
Chapter 9 : Casing and Cementing
Chapter 10 : Evaluation
Chapter 11 : Well Control
Chapter 12 : Managing Drilling Operations
Chapter 13 : Drilling Problems and Solutions
Chapter 14 : Safety and Environmental Issues


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