Survey Management

Survey Management Proper reservoir estimation is a high-stakes task. We help avoid the costs that come with over- or under-estimating reservoirs. Our analysis supports the quality assurance system in ensuring that all directional survey data acquired in the field meet the geometrical positioning standards required.

We can help improve your profitability by:
  • Removing uncertainty from the decision-making process
  • Reducing risk
  • Cutting costs
  • Ensuring safer drilling conditions

Enhanced wellbore placement management with faster, more reliable analysis

Survey management oversees quality wellbore placement through:
  • Data quality and integrity control
  • Improvements in reference models
  • Removal of systematic error in data sets
  • Improving wellbore position accuracy
  • Managing existing datasets
  • Educating the industry

MaxSurvey™ Analysis service is one of our new key enhancements. This multi-station analysis software provides faster, easier, and more reliable analysis to deliver enhanced wellbore placement. Unique to the industry, MaxSurvey software identifies and applies corrections to errors and biases that are internal and external to directional survey tools.

Real-time support. Anywhere.

We offer the most sophisticated enhancements for wellbore placement management, including:
  • Enhanced magnetics, such as In-Field Referencing (IFR1) and Interpolated In-Field Referencing (IFR2)
  • MaxSurvey Analysis (Multi-Station Analysis (MSA))
  • Tool-Code enhancement and reduction
  • Remote operating center (ROC), which provides 24/7 real-time support and corrections from any location globally
  • Daily quality control of survey data
  • Ability to supply corrections to third-party service providers
  • Survey post-processing services
  • Database management

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Summary Summary Canada: Accurate Geosteering Helps to Precisely Position a Wellbore in a Cyclic Steam Application for Optimized Oil Recovery Sign in required
Geosteer a horizontal well for precise wellbore placement in the heavy oil reservoir, 2 meters (6.6 feet) above a lower shale boundary.
Summary Summary Canada: Accurate Geosteering Helps to Precisely Position a Wellbore in a Cyclic Steam Application for Optimized Oil Recovery Sign in required
Geosteer a horizontal well for precise wellbore placement in the heavy oil reservoir, 2 meters (6.6 feet) above a lower shale boundary.
Summary Summary Gulf of Mexico: Sperry Drilling Survey Management Audit Reduces Ellipse of Uncertainty by 600% to Meet Anti-Collision Criteria Sign in required
COMPASS™ well planning database being used by a customer failed anti-collision criteria on ongoing well plans due to unknown Instrument Performance Models (IPM) being applied to historic wellbores.
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Summary Summary Latin America: IPM Helps Operator Save Estimated USD 1 Million for New Wells, While Increasing Production in Mature Field Sign in required
During a drilling campaign in Latin America, an operator discovered that some legacy mature wells lacked adequate survey data, thus increasing the level of uncertainty and the risk of below-acceptable separation factors (SFs), or clearance, for drilling new wells.
Summary Summary United States, Alaska: Interpolated In-Field Referencing (IFR2) service confirms accuracy of MWD data Sign in required
When an oncoming magnetic storm capable of causing errors in survey calculations was approaching, a customer’s drilling engineer for a rig on Alaska’s North Slope asked Sperry Drilling Alaska Survey Management Group to provide the interpolated In-Field Referencing (IFR2) service for the storm’s duration.
Summary Summary USA: Survey Management generates extensive 'Gold' database for better well planning and anti-collisions Sign in required
Facing the challenge of identifying, inspecting, and auditing every well in the field, the operator contacted Sperry Drilling Survey Management for assistance in establishing a “Gold” database or “the definitive well path database,”
Summary Summary USA, Colorado: Operator Saves Potential Trip-Out and Eight Hours of Rig Time Sign in required
While drilling a well in the Denver-Julesburg Basin in Colorado, an operator experienced directional survey issues with another service provider, where poor calibration was causing the directional surveys to fail the field acceptance criteria (FAC) for total gravity (Gtotal).
Summary Summary USA, Southern: Operator Reduces Wellbore Position Uncertainty and Avoids Potential Costly Sidetracks for a Blowout Relief Well Sign in required
While conducting operations on an unconventional relief well for a blowout in a field in the southern part of the USA, an operator observed a discrepancy in the well position after analyzing the data from two separate surveys in the same wellbore.
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Can your drilling project be enhanced through optimized well placement?
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This service delivers a comprehensive well positioning approach, generating the necessary risk versus reward analysis and survey program.
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