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Aspiring Consultant 19 Replies

Quick question-I am wondering if any of you consultant's could possibly tell me what one could do in order to become a consultant or have any advice to give to a person as far as becoming a…Continue

Started by Wesley Patterson. Last reply by David Smith Dec 4, 2014.

Question-Pick Up and Slack Off Weights in Vertical Section 15 Replies

I work has a Well Site Drilling Engineer on a Semi-submersible Rig off the West Africa and recently I have noticed a change in trend of pick up and slack off weights in the vertical section during…Continue

Started by Gbenga Aderobaki. Last reply by richard scott blackmore Oct 8, 2013.

Fishing job 3 Replies

Hi everybody I work at the rig site and I usually have a problem in retrieving tools from the hole, I wonder if anyone can help me in finding rules in carrying out a successful fishing job? Continue

Started by Saif Alnasr Shwekat. Last reply by ricardo alaniz Aug 12, 2013.

The Chandler Perforation Plot 1 Reply

I was curious to know if anyone has heard of The Chandler Perforation Plot (CPP)?From what I hear it's a technique utilized in the lateral section of a well to help determine the best possible zones…Continue

Started by Robert H Pitterman, Jr. Last reply by rza Jun 30, 2012.

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Comment by Jimmy McCormick on October 5, 2013 at 1:02pm
you need to have the pumps kicked out to get a true slack off and pick up weight...
Comment by Rick Bonneau on July 1, 2013 at 6:47pm

Howdy folks, I live in College Station Texas, are there any oilfield activities around my neck of the woods that I could get into to meet other consultants/oilfield hands around the college station area?

Comment by George Henry Pennings on March 11, 2012 at 1:15am

  Ambrose, that running a workover rig is a young mans gig...... us old guys is supposed supply the cash to start a workover out fit...... 

Comment by George Henry Pennings on March 11, 2012 at 12:05am


Comment by Amby Obiako A on March 10, 2012 at 10:25pm

I am thinking how to own a work

over rig there is market for it already but can not afford to pay for it alone I need a partner for this as soon as possible


Comment by kester strange on February 8, 2012 at 1:15am

I am mostly a retired consultant. Worked a bit last year. May work part time  now. When I stay away from rigs for a while I sort of miss being in the field. When I go back out, I wonder what part was it I missed?



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