oWhere the derrick man works while "tripping" pipe.
oSmall metal tanks with small capacity about 20-40 bbls with 1 bbl divisions inside and it is used to monitor the well.
•Pumping a pill
oWhere a small amount of mud (around 50bbl) is pumped in the hole to ‘cure’ a problem.
oProcess of removing and/or replacing pipe from the well when it is necessary to change the bit or other piece of the drill string, or when preparing to run certain tests in the well bore.
o A mechanical device on a drilling rig that provides clockwise torque to the drill string to facilitate the process of drilling a borehole.
ois a flexible, steel reinforced, high pressure hose that connects the standpipe to the kelly.
oA thick metal elbow connected to the swivel and standpipe that supports the weight of and provides a downward angle for the kelly hose to hang from.
oUsing during well test operations to separate remaining liquid from the sand and store the sand.
oIt means to begin drilling operations.
•Slugging the pipe
oIs a feature of marine drilling platform, drill ships and diving spots vessels, some marine research and underwater exploration or research vessels. oIt is an opening in the floor or base of the hull, platform, or chamber giving access to the water below, allowing technicians or researchers to lower tools and instruments into the sea.
•Choke and kill
oWidely used in oilfield, especially for oil well drilling inner and outside explosion proof connection.
oIn charge of the rig and liaise with the company man
oA person whose occupation is hard-manual labor, typically in a dangerous working environment.
oA person who takes sample for examination at the rig.
oMonitor fluid & cuttings return from down hole.