Maurer Technology International (MTI) has just released its new ADAP bundle of software tools for drilling engineers. ADAP combines 16 of MTI’s programs into an ‘affordable and user-friendly’ package for Windows-based PCs. The programs were originally developed as part of various joint industry projects initiated by the Drilling Engineering Association (DEA). The DEA projects addressed R&D in the fields of horizontal drilling, casing wear, underbalanced drilling and coiled tubing Technology.
All of the sixteen programs share data with MTI’s Galaxy
drilling engineering database – eliminating the need to re-key data for use
in other programs. A data-transfer module has also been developed to connect
ADAP modules to drilling databases such as Landmark Graphics DIMS. More information
© Oil IT Journal - all rights reserved.