A drilling fluid recycling system to remove solids from the drilling fluid so that the fluid can be re-used, a guidance system to accurately guide boring operations. All equipment shall be in good and safe operating condition with sufficient supplies, materials and spare parts on hand to maintain the system in good working order for the duration of the project.
Drilling fluid maintenance costs can decrease greatly when proper solids control techniques are utilized. From a fluid control standpoint, it would be desirable in most cases to remove all drilled solids. Although this is possible with the use of chemical enhancement prior to separation, it is not always the most economical approach. The goal of a solids control system is to achieve the balance between mechanical solids separation and dilution that will result in drill solids being maintained at an acceptable level with the minimum cost.
In oil field production system, the oil and gas processing stations are important hazard areas. In the transformation progresses a multitude of safety problems occur frequently each year, which cause personal injury accidents and lead to psychology shadow to each employee. That also exposes existing problems in oil and gas construction areas over the years. In order to better improve the HSE management level and reduce accidents as well as personnel damages, the HSE management level must be constantly improved in construction site.
The presence of large amounts of drilled solids in a drilling mud usually
spells trouble for the drilling operation. These solids adversely affect the performance characteristics of the mud and can lead to a multitude of costly hole problems.