Our Equipment


We are able to perform the whole range of services related to the drilling, testing, workover, and completion projects.

WORKOVER AND DRILLING RIGS

SPECIFICATIONS

UM

RIG

     TYPE

 



T-50 DH

P80-DH

CABOT  900

Max working hook load

mt

50

100

200


lbs

110000

220500

440000

Recommended drilling depth with 4 ½” drill pipes

m

1000

2300

4000


ft

3281

7550

118

Max. installed power(without engine of pump group)

HP

415

415

950

Nr. of drawworks speeds


2 +

2Rev

2+

2Rev

6

Derrick floor height

mm

2800

3700



ft

9.18

12.13

118

Rotary table opening

in

17 1/2

20.1/2

27 1/2

Nr. of speeds at rotary  table


2 +

2Rev

2+

2Rev

6

Type of mud pump


2 PN 400

2PN 700

9P100

RIGGING

  • Martin-Decker weight indicators with 6 pen drilling recorder to record: hook weight, penetration rate, pump strokes, pump pressure, rotary torque and rotary RPM.
  • Mud preparing and cleaning systems, composed by:
    • Swaco Shale shakers, Swaco mud cleaners (with desilter and desander) and Swaco centrifuges   (type 518 and 414);
    • Vacuum degassers;
  • Mud Pumps, different sizes, triplex or duplex;
  • Pipe Spinner and Power Tongs;
  • The Diesel Rigs have been equipped with Pramac Generators;
  • The drilling string provided by us consists of the whole range and sizes of the drill collars and drill pipes, Premium class;
  • The BOP  of all range, according to API RP 53;
  • Koomey Unit driven both hydraulic and pneumatically;
  • Methane gas and H2S sensor;
  • Pit level indicator completely automatized ;
  • Power swivel;
  • Float valve.

    We have our own camps, which offer the best conditions for the drilling crew and for the Operators representatives on location and are composed of:

-          2*2 cab with well resting conditions and air conditioning systems;

-          kitchens, dinning rooms;

-          showers;

-          Clubs with TV - sets and video recordings.

WELL MONITORING

Develtor shall provide well monitoring capabilities, which shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

1. Workover and Drilling

Continuous monitoring of the following parameters during the relevant operations:

1.1 Bit depth (metres);

1.2 Tripping depth (metres);

1.3 Rate of penetration (min/meter);

1.4 Tripping speed (metres per minute);

1.5 Rotary speed (revolutions per minute);

1.6 Hookload weight sensor;

1.7 Weight on bit;

1.8 Standpipe pressure (pounds per square inch);

1.9 Independent pump stroke rates for 2 mud pumps;

1.10 Total pump strokes for up to 3 pumps (individual and combined);

1.11 Mud pit volume (barrels) - individual and total volumes for up to 2 pits;

1.12 Mud temperature in (degrees Centigrade and/or Fahrenheit);

1.13 Mud temperature out (degrees Centigrade and/or Fahrenheit);

1.14 Rotary torque (foot pounds).

2. Reports

Daily and interval reports shall include the following:

2.1 Geological summary of formations drilled and hydrocarbon data;

2.2 Summary of interval and bit run ROP\\\'s;

2.3 Bit, pump and hole hydraulics data;

2.4 Drilling parameters;

2.5 Bit run data including cost per foot economics;

2.6 Formation pressure data;

2.7 Recommendations and remarks;

Weekly and final well reports, according to the Company’s requirement, consist of:

·  Statistical summary;

·  Daily operations summary;

·  Time breakdown analysis;

·  Bit and core records;

·  Pore pressure and fracture gradient discussion;

·  Geological summary of the well.