Update for Well Control Methods for iPhone, iPad and Mac now available on the App Store

Well Control Methods

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iPhone and iPod Touch:  Current version 2.3 on App Store
iPad: Current version 2.3 on App Store
Mac OS X Lion: Current version 1.6 on App Store

This application uses the basic calculations of the methods to control oil wells after the occurrence of kick during drilling operations on floating platforms and land rigs.

It is can be applied in the oilfield of petroleum and also help in understanding the methods of well control.

Well Control Methods:

1. Driller’s Method
2. Wait and Weight
3. Dynamic Volumetric
4. Static Volumetric – Migration / Bleed
5. Static Volumetric – Lubricate / Bleed

iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac OS X Lion:

– Option to input Kill Rate Pressure (Slow Circulation Pressure), Choke Line losses, Strokes Annular/Drillstring manually or calculated on Driller’s / Wait & Wait Methods;

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iPhone, iPod Touch only:

– Added new views with procedures for driller’s method and wait and weight method;

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iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad:

– Replaced examples with new examples from app “Well Control Simulator”.

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We are a team of specialists in petroleum engineering with over 24 years of expertise in oil wells drilling and workover operations. We have in our portfolio Well Control Simulators for training and Monitoring Systems for the oil industry. Our mission is to bring petroleum specialists and students innovative tools which will provide safety and efficiency to their work.

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