DRILLING
DIRECTIONAL DRILLING ENGINEERS
Directional Drilling (DD) Engineers
Shall provide and control a well bore schematic, provides a visual representation of well construction and geometry. The schematic serves as a focal point for discussions on operational procedures, potential problems, and well history.

The well bore schematic should include detailed information on depths, casing dimensions and strengths, hole diameters, cement tops, annular volume factors, and formations with potential problems such as washouts, heaving and differential sticking, lost circulation, and hydrocarbon shows.
DRILLING SUPERVISORS
Drilling Supervisors
To be effective, the rig Supervisor must develop a knowledge of drilling operations, apply optimization techniques to improve drilling performance, demand safe work practices, and protect the environment. Accomplishing these objectives requires a systematic refinement of technical, leadership, and communication skills.

Supervisor shall predict timing and the sequence of drilling activities, develop contingency plans for interruptions or problems, control costs with logistical planning, maintain working conditions within operational limitations, and effectively communicate with others. Developing operational knowledge requires keeping good records and a clear understanding of the well plan and objectives. Good records and procedures help prevent accidents, preserve properties, and save money.

Operational knowledge includes the subjects of well geometry, well control, downhole and surface equipment, location, logistics, and records (trip tank, kill sheet, drillstring record, contractor equipment, rental equipment, service companies).
MUD SUPERVISORS
Mud Supervisors
The mud system is related to many drilling problems.
If the hole does not have instability, cleaning, or other problems, then the Mud Supervisor should continue to use the planned mud program.

The Mud Supervisor should stay alert for mud property changes that might signal a deterioration in downhole conditions. When a potential problem arises, the supervisor should analyze the situation to determine the causes and possible solutions.
LOGISTICS
Logistics
In logistics planning, the logistics supervisor concentrates on the timing and resources needed for upcoming operations. The timing of personnel and equipment needs can be projected from evaluations of past drilling records with adjustments for present rig performance. Upcoming operations should be discussed with contractor and third-party personnel who may provide insight on planning and procedures.
DRILLING ENGINEERS
Drilling Engineers
DMS's drilling engineers supervise safe drilling, completion and workover operations at Client's rigs to ensure that drilling operations are safe,
environmentally conscious and cost-efficient. We'll apply our expert knowledge and skills in the many aspects of safe and environmentally
friendly drilling and completion operations.
We have an experienced engineers, their responsibilities include:
  • Designing wells in support of a field development;
  • Preparing cost estimates and assessing risk;
  • Reporting and optimizing operations;
  • Applying technology and innovation in directional drilling, mud systems, casing and drill string design, and completions;
  • Supervising drilling, completion and workover operations;
  • Managing the logistics and reporting of operations.
CEMENTING SPERVISORS
Cementing (CMT) Supervisors
Successful primary cementing operations result in a cement sheath to bond and support casing and provide zonal isolation.
Good zonal isolation helps prevent the loss of production, control inter-zonal flow and/or flow to the surface,
reduce water production and improve confinement of stimulation treatments.
We have experienced engineers who can achieve optimum cement-sheath integrity.