Directional Drilling Tools. Protection and Development of Them

Authors

  • N. SH. Rustamov Assoc. Prof., Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University
  • Z. J. Hasankhanly Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University
  • H.A. Hasanov Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University

Abstract

Directional drilling is a method of drilling a well that deviates from the vertical direction in order to reach a target that is not directly beneath the surface. This method is used to drill wells that are horizontally or at an angle, and is commonly used in the oil and gas industry to access resources that are located in difficult-to-reach areas or to increase the production of a well.

Directional drilling is an essential technique in the oil and gas industry that allows for the drilling of wells at various angles and depths to reach target reservoirs. With the increasing demand for energy and the depletion of conventional oil and gas reserves, directional drilling has become increasingly important in recent years.

The development of directional drilling tools has greatly improved the accuracy and efficiency of the drilling process. In the early days of directional drilling, simple bent sub assemblies were used to steer the drill bit, but now directional drilling tools are highly sophisticated and can be controlled by computer systems to achieve specific drilling goals.

Published

2023-04-02

How to Cite

N. SH. Rustamov, Z. J. Hasankhanly, & H.A. Hasanov. (2023). Directional Drilling Tools. Protection and Development of Them. Foundations and Trends in Research, (2). Retrieved from https://ojs.publisher.agency/index.php/FTR/article/view/1128