Solving geomechanical problems and wellbore stability analysis for directional and horizontal well drilling. The software helps minimize drilling risks.
New versions of
This tool can significantly reduce the project development time in the presence of several reference wells.
WITSML server data acquisition while drilling will clarify the pre-drilling geomechanical model and improve complications prediction quality in unstable rock intervals
The solutions with time-dependent properties will allow the wellbore stability calculations to be performed with the dynamic conditions during the drilling process in the near-wellbore zone. Dynamic modeling main advantage is estimating the acceptable time between the moment of opening an unstable interval to the time of well casing.
The software helps determine critically stressed faults/fractures and calculate critical reservoir pressure for breaking fault/fracture stability.
Advanced algorithms for sand production prediction define higher risk zones, calculation of maximum allowable depression cubes and optimal perforation position and orientation.
The developers of
A set of implemented tools allows performing a full cycle workflow on data gathering, analyzing and pre-processing, building and transferring one-dimensional geomechanical models, predicting drilling complications and risks arising from geological reasons, optimizing the wellbore trajectory and construction and calculating a safe drilling mud density range.
New versions of
3D modeling allows solving the problems of rock stress-strain state around the wellbore and joints.
4D modeling includes the functionality of geomechanical and hydrodynamic simulators to account for geomechanical effects during field development.
Provides simulation of reservoir rock deformations, over- and underlying rocks, day surface.
Regular training activities help to improve the efficiency of use and acceleration of the process of RN-SIGMA software product implementation in workflows.