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High Inclination Well Horizontal Well Extended Reach Well Designer Well

Wells with less than 10º deviation
Wells between 60 and 85º deviation Wells with more than 85º deviation Horizontal/TVD displacement greater than 2.5 Wells with significant turn in the horizontal plane of 30 to 180 degrees, and turn not restricted by inclination

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Radius Classification Long Radius Medium Radius Intermediate Radius Short Radius

Build Rate ( degrees/30 meter ) 1-6 7 – 30 30 - 70

Radius (meter) 1719 – 286 285 – 57 56 – 24

71 - 150

23 - 11.5

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For this reason. it is normal practice to jet an under gauge hole and then open it out to full gauge. Deviation is produced in a series of sudden changes. Disadvantages • Only works in soft formation and therefore at shallow depths. • directional drilling 27 . high dogleg severities are often produced. which smoothes off the worst of the doglegs. rather than a smooth continuous change.

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•Assembly “B” is the most common steerable motor assembly and is designed with a bent housing motor and stabilizer(s).•Assembly “A” uses a straight downhole motor fitted with eccentric stabilization which laterally loads the bit to affect the desired deflection. directional drilling 30 . •Assembly “C” uses a Double Tilted U-joint (DTU).

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SURVEY INSTRUMENTS MAGNETIC GYROSCOPIC COMPASS ELECTRONIC CONVENTIO NAL RATE ORNORTH SEEKING RING LASER INERTIAL GRADE directional drilling 34 .

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STEERING TOOL (MWD) TOOL ELECTRONIC MULTISHOT directional drilling 36 .

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hold. hold &drop back to vertical (illustrated above) Build. drop & hold (illustrated above) Build. variations: • • • Build. hold & continuous drop through reservoir  Applications: • • • • Multiple pay zones Reduces final angle in reservoir Lease or target limitations Deep wells with small horizontal displacements directional drilling 45 .

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Mohamed Tarek Mohamed Fathy Abdalla Hamada Mohamed El-Hor Karim Osama Abdalla Michel Atef Ibrahim • sec 4 • sec 3 • sec 1 • Sec :3 • Sec :4 • Sec 3 • Sec 4 • Sec 4 • Sec 3 • Sec 2 • Third year Code :9148 Code :9130 Code :8007 Code :9139 Code :9145 Code :9131 Code :9143 Code :9146 Code :9122 Code :9105 Code :7045 Mohamed Rajab Aly Aly Adel Aly EL-Sawy Mohamed Gamal Aly EL-Sager Mahmoud Hadad Mostafa Ramy Mohamed Aly Ahmed Atef Ibrahim Mahmoud Mohamed Osama .

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