wellSim™ Interact is the real-time simulator for engineering and training of all well engineering disciplines.
In its generic form, it represents the ultimate training/engineering system to provide high-fidelity feedback from the well, responding in real time on interactive user input. This gives students/engineers unparalleled insight and understanding of well behavior at various conditions and control input, which would otherwise require years of operational experience.
Configured with a specific well, wellSim™ Interact provides a platform to ensure safe, effective and efficient well delivery for any planned well. Multi-disciplinary teams can study the dynamic well behavior for details of the plan, and verify that plans and procedures are optimal and safe. The risk areas can be pre-run in the simulator, and the teams can train on potential malfunctions occurring during critical operations.
- Reduce NPT by better planning, improved risk management and better operational decision support
- Distributed decision support: Move problems in operation to simulator to explore alternatives
- Manage risk both in planning and operation
- Share simulations across distributed teams and disciplines
- Unparalleled insight and understanding of well behavior
- Enables downhole optimization (drilling parameters for optimum performance and safety, to avoid problems, etc.)
- Enables downhole problem solving (interactive scenario simulations and decision support, testing technical limits, verifying procedures, etc.)
- Multi-disciplinary team collaboration in well planning, design and engineering (common visual risk register, visual navigator for well documents, simulation results, rationales, etc.)
- Multi-disciplinary collaborative sessions (drill-well-on-simulator, design reviews, etc.)
- Realistic well training for engineers
- Interactive ROP model
- Coupled Flow and Torque/Drag model
- 3D Visualization with risk/info messages, proximity wells, formations, etc.
- Interactive user input/control (Drilling Control)
- Malfunctions, kicks and losses in scenarios