PROGRAM HELPS QUICKLY CALCULATE DEVIATED WELL PATH

11/22/1993
Mark P. Gardner Plains Resources Inc. Houston A Basic computer program quickly calculates the angle and measured depth of a simple directional well given only the true vertical depth and total displacement of the target. Many petroleum engineers and geologists need a quick, easy method to calculate the angle and measured depth necessary to reach a target in a proposed deviated well bore. Too many of the existing programs are large and require much input data. The drilling literature is full of equations and methods to calculate the course of well paths from surveys taken after a well is drilled. Very little information, however, covers how ...
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