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Conversion factor to SI units ……………….…………..….. Conversion factors…………………………………….…..… Decimal multiples and submultiples of a unit…………..…. Decimals and metric equivalents of fraction of an inch….. Temperature conversion table..…………………………….. Correspondence between specifig gravity and degrees API (at 15.56 ºC in relation to water at 15.56ºC and 760 mmHg)…………………………………………..….. Numerical constant and mathematical formulas………….. Trigonometric formulas………………………………...……. Geometry formulas for areas and volumes…………..…… Inertia of plane surface………………………………………. Content of horizontal cylindrical tank……………..……….. Mechanics and strength of material……………..………… Electricity. Direct current……………………………………. Electricity. Alternating current………………………..…….. Principal chemical symbol, atomic numbers and weights………………………………………………………… Specific gravity of various materials and fluids……………

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Classification of used drill pipe (API RP 7G. 3rd edition.. August 1..……. Zones and color code identification (API RP 7G..……… Inspection standards. Recommended practice for mill slot and groove method of drill string identification (API RP 7G. weight and grades)………………………………………………. premium class (P) and class2 (2) drill pipe.…………… Upset tubing for small-diameter work string (API Standard 5A and Spec 7)(Grade N-80)……………. 1992)…. 1995)……………………………… B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6-B7 B8-B12 B13-B15 B16-B18 . January 1. 1995)………………………. Aug. 15th edition January 1. 3rd edition.……… Geometric characteristics of drill pipes (New pipe bodies and tool joints)………………………….1992)(API Spec. collapse and burst pressure data (API RP 7G. 1995)(All sizes. 15th edition January 1. 15th edition January 1. API drill pipe list and body and upset geometry (API Spec 5D. premium class (P) and class2 (2) drill pipe. New (N).. 1995)…………………………………………………. 38th edition. New (N). 15th edition.7. 1994)……….………………………………………. torsional and tensile data (API RP 7G. 1. 15th edition January 1.B drill string standards API steel grade and properties (API Spec 5D. Apr. 1995)……………………………………………. 1.

Recommended minimum OD* and make-up torque of weld-on type tool joints based on the torsional strength of box and drill pipe (API RP 7G. Appendix I)………………………….1994)…………………………. Thread dimensions of rotary shouldered connections (API Spec 38th edition. April 1. January 1. Rigidity R…………………………. Characteristics of some non_API tool joints threads…..……….………… Dimensions of obsolete shouldered connections (API Spec 7. Shouldered connections………………………….. 1994)…………. Polar modulus of drill collars (in3-mm3)……………………..... Drill collar slip and elevator recess elevator bore dimensions (API RP 7G. April 1. Cylindrical drill collars.. 1995)…. Dimensions and threads (API Spec7)…………………………………………………..… Stress-relief features for drill collar connections (API Spec 7)…………………………………………. Shoulder modifications for low-torque connections. Drill-collar Assembly.... 15th edition... B19-B23 B24 B25 B26 B27 B28-B29 B30-B31 B32 B33 B34 B35 B36 B37 B38 B39 B40 B41-B46 . Large-diameter drill collars from 8¾ to 11¼ inches.……….1995)……………………………………………. January 1.…………. Spiral drill collars (Drilco)…………………………………….…. 38th edition.………… API threads forms and dimensions (API Spec 7.…..… Rotary shouldered connection interchange list………. 15th edition.. Weight of drill collar (Kg/m)…………………………………. 1995)…………………………………………. Dimensions of low-torque shouldered……………….……. 15th edition. Ideal drill collar range………………………………………. Recommended make-up torque for rotary shouldered drill collar connections (API RP 7G.. January 1...

April 1. Strength of Kellys (API RP 7G. 15th edition. Stretch of suspended drill pipe…………………………... 38th edition. 15th edition. 1995)……………………………………………….)………………………………………... B47-B48 B49 B50 B51 B52-B55 B56-B59 B60 .…………. 1994)……………. Drill stem design calculations (API RP 7G...…..…. Critical buckling force (Baker Hughes INTEQ)…….……. Calculation examples….. Division of Smith International. January 1. January 1.1995)……………………………………………… Drill stem design calculations. Inc.Heavy wall drill pipes (Drilco. Kellys (API Spec 7..

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Geometrical characteristics and mechanical properties of small-diameter tubing……………………………. 1995)…………………………………………………. April 1. Geometrical characteristics and mechanical properties of line pipe... tubing line pipe standards Tensile requirements..……….…………………….……. Efficiency of a connection………………………………….. Tensile requirements of special steels (non-API) (Vallourec & Mannesmann documentation)…….. C1 C2 C3-C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9-C15 C16-C34 C35-C79 C80-C87 C88-C90 . April 1.. Line pipe (API Standard 5L. 1995)………………………………………………. 5th edition. risers and conductor pipe………………... April 1. 1995)………………………..…….………… Geometrical characteristics and mechanical properties of coiled tubing…………………………………….. April 1... 1995).…………. Drift diameter (API Standard 5CT.. 5th edition. API casing list (API Specification 5CT. 5th edition. 5th edition. Casing and tubing (API Standard 5CT.. April 1. Make-up torque………………………………………………. API tubing list (API Specification 5CT.………… Geometrical characteristics and mechanical properties of casing……………………………………………. 1995)………………………………………….………. Geometrical characteristics and mechanical properties of tubing…………………………………………….C casing.

Buttress thread form………………….... Quantitative influence of temperature and pressure variations on the stresses in a partially-cemented casing string………………………………………………. API tubing thread form………………………………….…. API round threads form..…. Effect of tensile load on collapse resistance …………..… C91 C92 C93 C94 C95 C96-C97 . Effect of tensile load on collapse resistance…………………………………….API and buttress casing thread forms.…....…… Qualitative influence of various operations on the stresses in a partially-cemented casing string……….……... Ellipse of biaxial yeld stress.

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Annular volume between drill pipe and casing (liters per meter)…………………………………………. Annular volume between casing and open hole (liters per meter)…………………………………………. Capacities of drill collars………………………………… Capacities and displacements of casing………………. Annular volume between casing and tubing (liters per meter)……………. Capacities and displacements of tubings……………… Annular volume between drill collar and open hole (liters per meter)…………………………………………. Annular volume between drill pipe and open hole (liters per meter)………………………………………….D capacities and annular volumes General formulas………………………………………… Clearance between standard bits and casing size…… Capacities of cylinders…………………………………..…………………………… Capacities of coiled tubing ….………………………… D1 D2-D3 D4-D5 D6-D7 D8 D9-D10 D11 D12 D13 D14-D15 D16 D17-D19 D20-D21 D22-D23 . Capacities of drill pipes…………………………………...... Annular volume between two string of casing (liters per meter)………………………………………….

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..........…………….... April 1......................……………. 1995)…………….. How to use the roller bit table…………………………........ IADC dull bit grading (After IADC/SPE 23938-23939 of 1992)…………………………………………………… Parameters for using insert bits and friction bearings (After Baker-Hughes)…………………………………….............. Turbodrilling . 1995 ............API Spec 7............ January 1... E1 E2 E3 E4 E5-E7 E8-E9 E10-E11 E12-E13 E14-E16 E17 E18 E19 E20 E21 ........... IADC roller bit classification system……………………............ Threads and make-up torques for drill bits and coring bits (API RP 7G. IADC comparison of PDC bits…………………………................ constant flow rate Qn)……………………………………. 1992)……………………....E drilling bits and downhole motors Common sizes and tolerance on new bits (API RP 7G............ 1994)…………………………………………………… Turbodrill... February. January 1... 1992)…………………………………………... Comparison of roller bits………………………………… IADC fixed cutter drill bit classification system (IADC/SPE February 18-21.. Performance curves on turbodrill (Specific gravity d. IADC comparison of TPS & natural diamonds bits …. IADC roller bit classification table (IADC/SPE 23937.....

..20) Positive displacement motors………………………….. E22 E23-E24 E25 E26-E29 . Performance curves of positive displacement motors for different flow rates Q………………………………… Specifications of positive displacement motors (Moineau type) ………………………………………….Turbodrill specifications (Specific gravity of mud 1.

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June 1. 1995)………………………….. API wire rope………………………………………………. 1995)………………………………………………………. Class 6 x 19.…. 24th edition. 24th edition. Configurations (API Spec 9A. Power…………………………. June 1. 24th edition. 24th edition..…………. Reeving function………. Fiber Core (FC) (API Spec 9A. Factor of safety (RP 9B. API wire rope.. June 1.. 1995)……………. 1995)………………………….… API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued)..….……...………..………. Classes 6 x 19 and 6 x 37.. Independent Wire Rope Core (IWRC) (API Spec 9A. May 30.. Class 6 x 37. API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued). F1 F2 F3-F4 F5 F6-F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12-F13 . Independent Wire Rope Core (IWRC) (API Spec 9A... API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope. Class 6 x 7. Fiber Core (FC) (API Spec 9A.. Hoisting mechanics. Typical sizes and constructions of wire rope……….……. 1995). 24th edition. API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued)..F hoisting and derrick floor equipment Hoisting mechanics. 1986). June 1.. June 1. API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope.…………….

24th edition. 1995). 1995)………………………………………. Sheave sizes (API RP 9B. May 30. Independent Wire Rope Core (IWRC) (API Spec 9A. (API Spec 9A. June 1. 1995)………………. 1995)……………………………. Cutoff practice for drilling lines (continued). June 1. 12th edition. (API Spec 8A.…. 24th edition. Class 19 x 7. Fiber Core (FC).. 24th edition. Cumulative work before first cut-off (API RP 9B.……………….………………… API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued). 24th edition. Independent Wire Rope Core (IWRC) (API Spec 9A. 1995)………………………. Class 8 x 19.. June 1. (API Spec 9A.... Class 6 x 91. 1995)……………………………. 24th edition. may 30. Cutoff practice for drilling lines.……. 1986)………………………………………………… F14 F15 F16 F17 F18 F19 F20 F21 F22 F23 F24 .…….. 24th edition. Class 18 x 7. API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued).…………. Class 6 x 61. 6 x 30 “G” and 6 x 31 “V” (API Spec 9A. Sheave grooves. 9th edition.API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued).…. 1986)…………………….. June 1. 1992)……………………………………. API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued). 1986)………………………………………. June 1. Metal Core. Independent Wire Rope Core (IWRC) (API Spec 9A. 6 x 27 “H”. Work done by a drilling line………………………………. API wire rope. June 1. API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued). 9th edition. API classification of bright (uncoated) or drawn galvanized wire rope (continued).………………. May 30. Cutoff length as a function of derrick or mast height and drum diameter (API RP 9B.. June 1.…. Classes 6 x 25 “B”..……………………..

5th edition. Rotary table opening and square drive master bushing (API Spec 8C.……..….. 2nd edition... Chains (API Standard 7F. 1992)……………………………………………. Tension in slings.….. Standard chain dimensions (ANSI Standard. 1992)……………. Vibrator and drilling hose (API Spec 7K. Dimensions and nominal capacity of link arms (per set)…………………………………………………. Brake blocks……………………………………………….………….. Recommended hoisting tool contact surface radii (API Spec 8A. 1993)…... June 1. B29.. October 1. F25 F26 F27-F29 F30 F31 F32-F33 F34 F35 F36 F37 F38 F39 . 1992)…………………. Chains (continued)………………………………………. Chains (continued). 12th edition. February.…. 1996)………………. 2nd edition. 2nd edition. June 1..1)…………………………………. Remaining capacities of work link arms..Drum and reel capacity (from IADC Drilling Manual)……. June 1. 1992)……………. Elevator link arms. Four-pin drive Kelly bushing and master bushing (API Spec 8C. 12th edition..……..…… Drill pipe elevators bores (API Spec 8A. Two-wire slings……………………. June 1..

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....…………….….. Mud cycle time…………………………………………….. Annular mud specific gravity dann…………………….…… G1 G2 G3-G4 G5 G6 G7 G8-G9 G10 G11 G12 G13 G14 G15 G16-G18 G19 ..……………………………….. Output in liters per stroke of single acting triplex pumps (Volumetric efficiency 100%)………………....……………………………………. Pressure loss equations…………………………………..... Pressure drop in orifices……………………......…………. Amount of drilled cuttings in mud………………..…. Rheology…………………………………………………..… Circulation flow rate (l/min) as a function of mud rising velocity opposite drill pipes (Vr in meters per minute) and hole / pipe annulus (Va in liters per meter)………. Hydraulics……………………………………………………. Pumping power…………….… Critical velocity based on rheological parameters (Practical units)…………………………………………... Triplex pumps. Output in liters per stroke double acting duplex pumps based on liner size and piston rod diameter…….….……….…….. Pressure losses (General)……………………... Maximum pressure based on liner (kPa)………………………………………………………….G pumping and pressure losses Mud pumps…………….…………......

Combination of two nozzles…………………………………..…... Table of nozzle areas………………………….………. Calculation of pressure losses in drill pipes……………………………….………… Calculations of pressure drop in nozzles. Calculations of pressure drop in nozzles.……………..………..………………… Equivalent lengths for special line connections (in meter)…………………………………………………….. Calculation of pressure losses in drill collars…………………. Calculation of pressure losses in surface equipment……………………….….…….….…… Table of coefficients N2... Table of coefficients B………………………. Combination of three nozzles……………………………………..... Pressure loss calculation………………. Combinations of three nozzles….…….….……….…. Table of coefficients N1... Table of nozzle areas..Calculation of the bit nozzle velocity……………. Table of coefficients N3...……………. Combinations of two nozzles……. Calculation of pressure loss in hole/pipe annulus………………………. Table of coefficients N4. G20 G21-G22 G23-G29 G30 G31-G44 G45-G46 G47-G52 G53-G55 G56 G57 G58 G59-G63 G64-G67 G68 .………… Table of nozzle areas. Calculations of pressure loss in hole/drill collar annulus…………………………………… Table of coefficients N5...….….

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Properties of calcium chloride solutions………….…….…………………..65).. Increase of mud specific gravity with barite (d = 4. Properties of sodium chloride solutions………………..2) Weight (in kg) of barite to add to 1 m3 of mud (M)….……….….……. Mud specific gravity reduction with oil (d = 0.. Properties of potassium chloride solutions………..……… Ternary diagram m for determining solid content of mud (saturated salt water mud)…………………..…. Ternary diagram for determining solid content of mud (water base muds)………………………………...2)……………………. Ma weight of weighting material added (kg/m3)…... Properties of sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) solutions….85) Oil volume in liters to add to 1 m3 of mud (M)………… Final volume VF (in liters) after adding weighting material of specific gravity da to 1 m3 of mud.…….... H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7 H8 H9 H10 H11 H12 H13 . Mud specific gravity reduction with water (d = 1) Water volume in liters to add to 1 m3 of mud (M)... Increase of mud specific gravity with calcium carbonate (d = 2. Mud volume (in liters) required to prepare 1 m3 of mud weighted with barite (d = 4..………….H drilling mud Relationship between mud weight and pressure head of mud…………………. Weight (in kg) of calcium carbonate to add to 1 m3 of mud (M)……….

.…...000001 m) Shale shaker screens…………………………….……. Air/gas flow rate required for drilling.Properties of potassium carbonate (K2CO3) solutions. Effect of temperature on densities of calcium chloride and sodium chloride solutions (Field Data Handbook.……… Screen standards……………………………. Properties of sodium bromide (NaBr) solutions…. Grain size classification of solids (1µ = 0. H14 H15 H16 H17 H18 H19 H20 ... Data for calculating approximate circulation rates required to produce a minimum annular velocity which is equivalent in lifting power to a standard air velocity of 914 m/min (3000 ft/h)………………………….…………. Dowel Schlumberger)……………………………………..

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cementing

General data units commonly used in cementing…...…. Correlation between sacks and tons of cement……..……. API cement classes and types (API Spec 10, 5th edition, July 1, 1990)……………………………….…... API Specifications for cements (API Spec 10, 5th edition, July 1, 1990)…………………………..…..…….. Preparation of freshwater slurry………………..…………... Cement slurry (freshwater)………………………………..… Preparation of one cubic meter of freshwater cement slurry……………………………………………………..……. Preparation of salt water slurry (Brine 315 g/l, d = 1.20)…………………………..……………………….….. Cement slurry (saturated salt-water), (Brine 315 g/l, d = 1.20)………………………………………………...…….. Preparation of one cubic meter of saturated salt-water slurry………………………………………………..……...….. Preparation of bentonite cements………..………………… Bentonite cement slurry. Class G (per 100 kg of cement)………………………………………………..………. Preparation of one cubic meter of bentonite cement slurry - Class G cement……………………..……………………....

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Preparation of weighted cements…………………..………. Cementing additives……………………………..…………... Effects of some additives on cement properties…..……… Slurry displacement………………………………..………… Bottomhole cementing temperature by depth (API RP 10B, 22nd edition, December, 1997)……………..

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. Calculation of characteristic points of the theoretical vertical profile.…. Theoretical vertical profile.………. Calculation of characteristic points of the theoretical vertical profile.. Rate of buildup: 0. Theoretical vertical profile (continued). Rate of buildup: 2. J hole : D > R……………..………………….…….…...00 deg/10 m………………………………………………… Theoretical vertical profile (continued).………… Ragland diagram…………………………………....50 deg/10 m…………………………………...………………. Rate of buildup: 1.…….50 deg/10 m…………………………………………. Calculation of characteristic points of the theoretical vertical profile.… Calculation of characteristic points of the theoretical vertical profile.. S hole : R1 + R2 < D………….. Radius of curvature and project in the vertical plane….…. J hole : D < R…………. Calculation of projections……………………………………………....……. S hole : R1 + R2 > D……………..………… Control of actual hole shape..J directional drilling Reference coordinates………………………………. Rate of buildup: 2.………………….50 deg/10 m…………………………….……… J1-J2 J3 J4-J5 J6-J7 J8-J9 J10-J11 J12 J13 J14 J15 J16 J17-J18 J19 ..00 deg/10 m…………………………………………. Theoretical vertical profile (continued). Theoretical vertical profile (continued).……. Rate of buildup: 1.

….……..….…………….…… Radius of borehole curvature limitation on downhole tools………………………………………………... J20-J21 J22-J23 J24-J25 .. Course correction………………………….Control of actual hole shape. Different calculation formulas……………………………………………………..

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. Calculation after well shut-in…………….. Wait and weight method on land or on fixed support…. Driller’s procedures…………………...K kick control fishing Main symbols used…………...……… K1-K2 K3 K4-K5 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 K11-K12 K13 K14-K17 K18-K19 K20 K21 ..……. Example of kick control………………………. Charts giving coefficient K and gas specific gravity….……………. Control on a floating rig……………………………………..…….…... Maximum allowable number of turns which can be given to 1000 m of new drill pipe under a given axial tension (Grade E drill pipe)………....… Wait and weight method on floating support (Example without kick assembly)…………………….……………………...………….……….………....…………...……….... Determination of the length of free pipe in a stuck string……………………………………………….... Well strength……………………………………. Preliminary calculations………….…….…………….……………. Driller’s method on land or on fixed support….………….…….... Maximum allowable number of turns which can be given to 1000 m of new drill pipe under a given axial tension (Grade X95 drill pipe)……………………………….

… Tool joint matting surface area (API Spec 7. April 1. Back-off…………………………………………………….……… Maximum allowable number of turns which can be given to 1000 m of new drill pipe under a given axial tension (Grade S135 drill pipe)……….……. 1994)………………………………….Maximum allowable number of turns which can be given to 1000 m of new drill pipe under a given axial tension (Grade G105 drill pipe)…….... K22 K23 K24 K25 ..

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. 3000 psi (20. API type 6BX flanges.. 1996)……..5 MPa) and 10 000 psi (69 MPa) (API Spec 6A. L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 .…………………….…………. Physical properties of steel for wellheads (PSL 1 to 4) API Spec 6A.… API type 6B flanges.…………. 1996)……………………. 3000 psi (20. Working pressures: 2000 psi (13.8 Mpa) (API Spec 6A. 1996)……. Working pressure 3000 psi (20.5 MPa) and 10 000 psi (69 MPa) (API Spec 6A. February 1... 17th edition. Working pressures: 2000 psi (13.…………… API type 6B flanges. February 1. 17th edition. 17th edition..………. Working pressure 5000 psi (34. API type 6B flanges.7 MPa). 5000 psi (34.. 17th edition. 1996)………………………. API type 6BX flanges. February 1. 17th edition. 1996) ……………………………………………………….……………………………………………………. February 1. 5000 psi (34.7 MPa).L wellheads API flanges. Working pressure 2000 psi (13.…………………. February 1 .. February 1. February 1. 1996)………………………………. 17th edition.8 MPa). Working pressure as a function of nominal size (API Spec 6A.. Minium vertical full-opening body bores and maximum casing sizes (API Spec 6A. February 1. 17th edition.8 MPa).5 MPa) (API Spec 6A.. 1996)………………………………………………. 1996)……………………………………………….7 MPa) (API Spec 6A. 17th edition.

API type 6BX flanges. Dimensions and weights………………………….. 1996)………………………. February 1.………. NL Shaffer ram-type blow-out preventers. 1996)…………………………….5 MPa). 17th edition. Recommended flange bolt torque…………………….………. CIW clamp for flanges. 17th edition.... API Type BX ring-joint gaskets. Cameron ram-type blow-out preventers. (API Spec 6A.. 1986)………………………. February 1. Operating data……………………………………. November 1.. (API Spec 6A..……. API Type R ring-joint gaskets.. Working pressures: 20 000 psi (138 MPa).….... API Type 16B integral hub connections (API Spec 6A.. Dimensions and weights……………………………………. 1st edition.. L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15-L17 L18 L19 L20 L21-L22 L23 L24 L25 L26 L27-L29 . February 1. Clamp for flanges. Hydril Ram-Type blow-out preventers Operating data………………………………………………. Hydril ram-type blow-out preventers.. 17th edition.……….. (API Spec 6A. 17th edition. 1996)…………………………………………………………. (API Spec 6A. 17th edition.. 1996)…………………..………………. Clamp dimensions (Cameron)….………….. Dimensions and weights……………………………………. Working pressure: 15 000 psi (103.…………. Cameron Ram-Type blow-out preventers Operating data…………………………….………….. API Type RX ring-joint gaskets (API Spec 6A..API type 6BX flanges. NL Shaffer blow-out preventers. 1996)…………………………………………. Make-up torque on bolts of CIW clamps…………………………………………….. Operating data………… Koomey Ram-Type blow-out preventers.……... February 1. February 1.….

. Hydril annular blow-out preventers...………….. Average closing pressure (psi) required to establish initial seal-off in a surface installation……………………………………… NL Shaffer annular blow-out preventers. 1st edition. Schematic symbols for fluid power diagrams (Bases on ANSI Y. Hydril annular blow-out preventers...Koomey ram-type blow-out preventers. Dimensions and weights……………………………………. Example of calculations for fluid capacity (IADC Drilling Manual. BOP control system. Dimensions and operating data……………. 1993)………………………………………………..…. 11th edition.. 1992)………..…………. Cameron type D annular blow-out preventers . Closing pressure on casing (psi)…. Dimensions and operating data.32. Dimensions and operating data……………….10) (API Spec 16D. March 1. L30-L31 L32 L33-L34 L35-L37 L38 L39-L41 L42-L46 .

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.……. Representation of sediments………………….…..................….. Fracturing gradient and leak off test………………………. Table of grain size classes……………………..….Western Atlas…..…………… Exploration symbols in drilling……………………..…................ Abbreviations used in wireline logging – Halliburton……..........……………… Secondary Mesozoic era...M geology Tertiary and quaternary cenozoic eras……........ M1 M2 M3 M4 M5-M6 M7 M8 M9 M10 M11 M12-M13 M14-M15 M16-M17 . Abbreviations used in wireline logging – Schlumberger………………………………………………… Abbreviations used in wireline logging ... Physical properties of H2S………………………………. Primary paleozoic era………………………………..……….......…… Gases present in drilling muds and detected by chromatography……………………………………….… Pore pressure………………………………………………...

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