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"Compass" is the drilling software most widely used by well planners for directional & horizontal planning, anti-
collision analysis and managing survey data for each well drilled. Error of ellipse reports can also be created as
well. COMPASS was created by Landmark Software & Services, a Halliburton company.


The "Well Plan" software is used to run torque & drag analysis to determine the forces that may affect the drill
string and/or casing. WELLPLAN is run in conjunction with Compass.

Successful wells begin in the office long before tripping the first line. Our veteran well planners use a
consultative approach to review all operational components of the drilling process, from determining
effective mud and casing programs to selecting an optimal bottomhole assembly (BHA).

The aim of the well planning phase is to integrate operational issues that contribute to the success of a well
plan and maximize uptime throughout the life of the project.

With the drilling program in place, we then use sophisticated wellbore design software to construct a
comprehensive well profile to reach the target objectives under the specified drilling conditions.

Crescent Well Planning Software:

 Landmark COMPASS™ directional well planning software >

 WinSERVE™ borehole surveying technology >

Anyone can drill from “point A” to “point B.” It takes a unique blend of experience and insight to keep a
directional operation ahead of the curve.

Through constant collaboration with our management and well planning teams, Crescent can successfully
plan and implement the most challenging directional drilling projects.

The Crescent Complete Advantage:

 Daily planned-versus-actual (PVA) surveys to monitor our customers’ progress

 Detailed, accurate end-of-well reports at the completion of each project

 24/7 support from field personnel and well planning teams

Staying on the right trajectory while drilling is critical to ensuring safe and efficient operations.
Rock properties, torque and drag, cost, and the location of existing wells can all cause potential
problems and affect the optimal well trajectory. Designed for both oil companies and directional
drilling contractors, COMPASS™ software is the industry’s premier application for directional
well path planning, survey data management, and anti-collision analysis enabling engineers to
steer the bit into the profitable pay zone.

Reach targets while saving money

Whether simple or complex, COMPASS directional well planning software can optimize drilling
trajectories quickly based on cost, torque and drag, or anti-collision criteria. When carrying out infill
drilling, the software’s well path planner can automatically recommend the most appropriate well to
sidetrack, saving days of costly trial and error analysis.

Interactive anti-collision scans to help avoid costly incidents

Set up customized anti-collision scans interactively while planning, surveying, or projecting ahead. Set up
warnings and automatic email notifications to alert users when well paths converge on company-specified
minimum criteria. Along with hard-copy reports, COMPASS software produces spider, ladder, 3D
proximity, and traveling cylinder plots to provide the data needed to drill safely.

Reduce well-planning cycle time

COMPASS software includes data level integration with Landmark’s Engineer’s Data Model™ (EDM™)
database and cross-domain workflow integration with OpenWorks® database. This allows each member of
the asset team to share common data and provide the feedback required to improve planning cycle times
and operational performance.

See what’s occurring in real time

For the most accurate representation of the wellbore to total depth (TD), COMPASS software
automatically computes a look-ahead plan based on real-time survey data. When used with
DecisionSpace® Well Engineering software, engineers can determine the impact of the current actual
trajectory with respect to operations when the well is drilled to TD.

New Package for Field Users with Anti-collision Capabilities

Now Landmark is offering a new license package for COMPASS™ called Directional Rig Package. By
having access to the Industry’s premier well path planning and survey data management technology at the
Rig site service companies can now deliver wells with greater precision allowing for more complex well
paths and smaller targets to be drilled while reducing the risk of wellbore collision. Using Compass ‐
Directional Rig Package enables Service companies to exchange data between the office and the
field lessening the need and risks of manually transposing data to and from files / e‐mails.

Description: This five-day “Well Design and Analysis Using the COMPASS™, StressCheck™, and
WELLPLAN™ Software” course is a detailed, hands-on course where participants rapidly learn how
to utilize Landmark® software to model and analyze various aspects of well design. A combination of
theory and software usability will be covered to provide engineers a working knowledge of
engineering principles considered in the analysis. The COMPASS™, StressCheck™, and
WELLPLAN™ Software are all integrated, and use the Engineer’s Data Module™ (EDM™). During
this course, participants will build a firm foundation in data structure and the Engineer’s Data
Module™ (EDM™).

The COMPASS™software will be used for directional well trajectory design. Participants will import
and quality check survey data, evaluate planning options using a wide array of tools to generate 2D
and 3D well trajectories, and perform well collision avoidance by computing the distance between
wells and adjusting anti-collision parameters.

The StressCheck™ software is an extraordinarily powerful and easy-to-use engineering tool for the
design and analysis of casing strings. During this course, participants will learn fundamental casing
design principles, and the concepts behind design criteria while investigating burst, axial and collapse
loads. A special focus will be put on results interpretation.

The WELLPLAN™ software will be used to analyze the torque and drag forces acting on casing and
drill strings. A complete stress analysis will be performed for the string. The mechanical concepts and
theory behind the analysis will be explained. Participants will model well hydraulics including hole
cleaning, pressure losses, and equivalent circulating density (ECD).

On the final day, participants will have an opportunity to utilize functionality from COMPASS™,
StressCheck™, and WELLPLAN™ in an integrated workflow.