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Drilling Rig Systems

This family includes systems that support complete drilling activities or more specific operations separated into 2 sub families onshore and offshore (i.e. hydraulic systems).
It includes the drilling systems used during the contracting or rental services. refers to drilling equipment mounted on trucks, tracks, or trailers.

Onshore Drilling Systems

Onshore Drilling considers the Supply of Onshore rigs for Drilling which are of good quality, up to date as well as diverse in nature. This is required for Drilling projects as well as the supply of resourceful rigs that are updated with the latest technology as well as existing rigs that are current. Supply of Onshore rigs for Drilling is available in the form of:

  • Pioneering structures for rigs
  • Electric power systems
  • Equipment for drilling
  • SCR drives
  • AC variable frequency drives etc.

Hydraulic Rigs Package:

Drilling hydraulics is considered the most important factor in drilling performance. The rate of penetration can be significantly increased using state-of-the-art techniques for hydraulics optimization to minimize drilling cost. The goal of the optimization is to make the maximum usage of the pump’s power to help the bit to drill at maximum efficiency. This is achieved by minimizing the energy loss due to friction in the circulating system and use the saved energy to improve bit hydraulics. Starting with fluid rheology basics, this chapter provides drilling engineers with a practical approach to optimizing drilling hydraulics.

Mobile Rigs:

We are Suppling the widest range of self-propelled and trailer-mounted well servicing, workover, and mobile drilling rigs in the world.
Combining purpose-built components with the rigorous attention to quality and construction by experienced engineering groups provides the customer with mobile drilling rig equipment that performs exceptionally well.

Offshore Drilling Systems

Drilling for natural gas offshore, in some instances hundreds of miles away from the nearest landmass, poses a number of different challenges over drilling onshore. The actual drilling mechanism used to delve into the sea floor is much the same as can be found on an onshore rig. However, with drilling at sea, the sea floor can sometimes be thousands of feet below sea level. Therefore, while with onshore drilling the ground provides a platform from which to drill, at sea an artificial drilling platform must be constructed.

Hydraulic Rigs Package:

Drilling hydraulics is considered the most important factor in drilling performance. The rate of penetration can be significantly increased using state-of-the-art techniques for hydraulics optimization to minimize drilling cost. The goal of the optimization is to make the maximum usage of the pump’s power to help the bit to drill at maximum efficiency. This is achieved by minimizing the energy loss due to friction in the circulating system and use the saved energy to improve bit hydraulics. Starting with fluid rheology basics, this chapter provides drilling engineers with a practical approach to optimizing drilling hydraulics.

Equipment Spread Size
Generally, a hydraulic drilling equipment spread has a smaller footprint than a conventional drilling rig. This is, in part, because hydraulic drilling usually involves smaller hole sizes requiring smaller drill string diameters, smaller OD and lighter BHAs, and smaller mud systems and pumps that require only the circulation rates necessary to clean the hole. All of this means less areal space is required on the wellsite for the equipment spread.

Plug & Abandonment:

The plugging and abandonment (P&A) of subsea wells is required after well production is no longer viable. These services must meet strict regulatory and operator requirements to ensure remaining hydrocarbons are safely contained within the plugged well.
End-of-well operations are often more difficult than initial well construction. These plug and abandonment (P&A) operations require maximum efficiency without sacrificing safety—all while limiting impact to the environment.

Intervention & Completion Units (ICU):

Broad design portfolio offers technical solutions that lend themselves to being suitable for executing full workover and plug and abandonment programs, featuring compact footprints and lightweight equipment.
the products range includes automated hydraulic hoist and conventional mechanical rigs, either integrated or in a modular configuration with fast-moving capabilities.

The packages can be tailor made and complete with:
generators, Mud / brine system, pipe handling and well control package according to the client’s requirements and operating targets.

Derrick and Mast Package:

Manufacturing derricks and masts for all applications, and, in addition, packages can be furnished with top drives, motion compensators, racking system, pipe handlers, elevators, top mounted flares and all derrick related equipment for complete packages.
the offers a complete range of masts that can be telescopic, bootstrap, cantilever, and barge mounted units. In the design phase, particular care is given to weight, space, environmental loading conditions and operational capacities.

 

 

Derrick Equipment Set (DES) for Tender Assisted Rigs:

Complete derrick equipment sets (DES) and drilling support modules (DSM) can be provided on an EPC basis.

Modular drilling rig:

The offshore industry around the world is looking for various ways to minimize CAPEX and OPEX while improving installation of offshore rigs increasing safety and minimizing costs.

To cover this need can accommodate your offshore platforms with modular solutions from a single unit to a complete rig package topside (including DES, DSM and Living Quarters). Modular drilling rigs are normally installed on offshore wellhead and production platforms that require drilling operation during part of the operating life.

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