3-D and 4-D Siesmic
3-D mapping is a computer generated map that shows not only latitude and longitude but depth as well. It Is used to find rock formations that are likely to conlain oil or natural gas.
4-D mapping is similar to 3-D but uses many surveys over time to monitor movements of gas and fluid underground. This is done by overlaying multiple data sets and tracking the differences over time.
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Hydraulic fracturing (called TMfrac Jobs,( 1 )(2) “frac’ing,”(3) frackIng,(4) or Hydrofracking) is a process that results in the creation of fractures in rocks. The fracturing Is done from a weilbore drilled Into reservoir rock formations to increase the rate and ultimate recovery of oil and natural gas.
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The RigEye visual communication system is a network of closed circuit video cameras strategically placed to maximize the available benefits. Each rig and it’s videos are viewable by those on the rig itself, and designated staff/users anywhere in the world.
This is accomplished by logging In to a secure website, which then allows you to view the cameras In real time.
Please also visit: http://rigeye.com/benefits to learn more.
Directional / Horizontal Drilling
Directional drilling (or slant drilling) is the practice of drilling non-vertical wells.
It can be broken down into three main groups: Oilfield Directional Drilling, Utility
Installation Directional Drilling (or H.D.D. or Horizontal Directional Drilling)
Directional boring, and in-seam directional drilling (Coal-Bed methane).
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Directional Drilling bit/Measurement While Drilling (MWD)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wlki/Measurement_while_drilling and Gamma Ray Tools
RJE (Radial Jet Enhancement) download .docx file