Welcome To Stryker Directional
Stryker’s industry leading experience in drilling the most challenging directional projects consistently delivers quality and expedient well-bore placement. Our highly experienced and performance driven drillers are known to provide directional services on budget and on time. Our team is dedicated to bringing our customers closer through unmatched service, ever providing a partnership of trust and reliability.
As we have progressed, and with the methods we employ, many of the problems encountered in drilling and producing oil economically have been answered. Nevertheless, controlling the well bore in such a fashion consumes very little of our time due to our investment in exceptional maintenance and repair for our top-of-industry products. Improvements in our equipment and techniques such as bottom-hole orientation, non-magnetic drill collars, and positive displacement motors better serves our customers by delivering value in every project.
Stryker Directional Drills Record Extended Lateral Run
COG OPERATING LLC, Permian Basin, BoneSprings, Lea County, NM Q1 2015
Well Background and Challenges
- Drill from EOC (End Of Curve) and complete extended lateral interval in 1-bit
- Increase average ROP & reduce overall well time by drilling the lateral section in one, fast run
Baker Hughes Solution
- Baker Hughes Premium Talon PDC products
- Cutting Efficiency – Advanced diamond technology stays sharper longer to increase ROP and durability
- The DP606X drilled the section that typically requires two to three bits to complete a similar well profile, saving the customer time by cutting out one to two trips.
- Saved customer money by drilling the interval at 50% the cost of competitor offsets.
Record Extended Lateral Interval in Southern Lea County, New Mexico
HCC’s 8.75″ DP606X completed COG’s aggressive extended reach lateral in one bit and with record time. Subject bit drilled 9448ft with an interval ROP average of 75.1ft/hr. Total time of the interval is 125.75hrs. The bit was run on a bent PDM assembly.
The closest competitor offset to this subject run and well profile is on a nearby well. This offset utilized
two Ulterra 7.875” U516Ms to achieve the same interval. Utilizing the two Ulterra bits, the offset’s overall interval time was doubled to 202.2hrs. Also, a slower ROP interval average was recorded at 51.9ft/hr.
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