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6,200 feet of drill pipe is to be tripped out of a wellbore full of drilling mud. The hydrostatic pressure at 6,200 feet with the drill pipe in the hole is 4,120 psi. The driller pulls the drill pipe out of the hole, but does not keep the hole full of fluid while pulling the drill pipe out. The fluid level in the well drops by 1,550 feet due to the volume of the drill pipe being removed. The hydrostatic pressure at 6,200 feet is now 2,850 psi. What is the change in hydrostatic pressure, in psi?

psi

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A hole, 11 7/8 inch in diameter, has been drilled to a depth of 4,489 feet . Casing that has a 9 inch outside diameter is run to the bottom of the hole. If each joint of casing is 42 feet long, how many joints did it take to reach the bottom of the drilled hole?

joints

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After running a coiled tubing unit for 60 minutes, Jerry has 5,112 feet of coiled tubing in the well. After running the unit another 55 minutes, he has 9,798 feet of tubing in the well. His call sheet shows he needs a total of 17,328 feet of tubing in the well. How many more feet of coiled tubing does he need to run into the well?

feet

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Santiago is running coiled tubing in the wellbore at a rate of 94.5 feet a minute. At the end of 5 minutes he has 472.5 feet of coiled tubing inside the wellbore. After 6 more minutes he has run an additional 567 feet into the wellbore. How many feet of coiled tubing did Santiago run in the wellbore altogether?

feet

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Coiled tubing is being run into a 13,000 foot wellbore at 65.1 feet per minute. It will take a little more than 3 hours to reach the bottom of the well. After the first half hour, how deep, in feet, is the coiled tubing?

feet

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Francisco spent a total of $706.23 for 85 meals. How much did he average on each meal?

dollars

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Joe is running coiled tubing into the wellbore at a rate of 98.2 feet per minute. At the end of 7 minutes, how many feet of coiled tubing does he have inside the wellbore?

feet

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Our job calls for blending 3 pounds of sand with each gallon of water we pump. How many gallons of water will we pump for 4200 pounds of sand?

gallons

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Two mountain mover trucks for providing fracturing sand are on location. One truck has 268 cubic feet of sand in one compartment and 457 cubic feet of frac sand in another compartment. Three additional compartments on this truck are empty. The other truck has frac sand in all five compartments, which when combined total to 1987 cubic feet of frac sand. What is the total volume, in cubic feet, of fracturing sand in these two trucks?

cubic feet

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10 of 25

We will be pumping displacement fluid at a rate of 2.15 BPM. The mud pumps on location are metered in GPM. At what rate in GPM will the mud engineer need to run his pumps in order to achieve a 2.15 BPM pump rate?

GPM

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Yesterday, Leonardo's last two meals cost $12.85, and $10.89. If he eats 3 meals per day, and each meal averages $11.87, how much will he spend on food in the next 11 days?

dollars

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You are running coiled tubing into the wellbore at 98 feet per minute for 19 minutes when you stop for a weight check. Then you run more coiled tubing in the hole at the rate of 65.5 feet per minute for 22 minutes. How many feet of coiled tubing were in the well when you stopped for the weight check?

feet

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You have a wellbore that is drilled to 8,884 feet with casing run to the bottom. You want to pump cement into the wellbore and follow it with displacement fluid so there is an 30 foot shoe of cement and the annular space is full of cement. If the annular space has 1139.81 cubic feet of cement and the shoe joint has 13.26 cubic feet of cement, what is the total volume in cubic feet of cement that is used?

cubic feet

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7,350 feet of 7 5/8 inch casing is run into a 12 1/8 inch hole. 719 barrels of cement slurry is pumped into the casing and up into the annular space. To displace the cement slurry out of the casing, 343.92 barrels of a displacement fluid is pumped after the cement slurry. You leave 60 feet of cement in the casing and the space between the casing and the drilled hole is completely filled with cement slurry. How many feet of casing will be full of the displacement fluid?

feet

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A 1950 feet wellbore has been perforated from a depth of 1832 to a depth of 1866 feet. The customer then ran tubing to 56 feet above the top perforation. At what depth in feet will the bottom of the tubing be?

feet

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A hole, 7 5/8 inches in diameter, is drilled 3,512 feet into the earth. Casing that has a 5.75 inch outside diameter is run to the bottom of the hole and is perfectly centered. What is the distance in inches between the outside of the casing and the inside of the drilled hole?

inches

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One stage of a frac job calls for 6,500 gallons (clean volume) of a liquid to be pumped. Proppant will also be added in the concentration of three pounds of proppant per gallon of liquid. The proppant will add 0.0462 gallons of volume per pound. How many pounds of proppant will you use?

pounds

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Our job design calls for 950 sacks of cement that has a water requirement of 9.1 gallons/sack. What is our total mix water requirement in barrels?

barrels

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A cased and cemented hole with a measured depth of 11,655 feet is perforated from 11,580 feet to 11,621 feet. The customer wants tubing to be at least 45 feet above the top of the perforations but wants the tubing to be at the rig floor located 13 feet above ground level. John is using 33 foot joints of tubing. How many joints should he use to satisfy the customer's request?

joints

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A hole, 11 7/8 inches in diameter, is drilled 4,489 feet into the earth. Casing that has a 9 inch outside diameter is run to the bottom of the hole. You are going to use 40 barrels of a displacement fluid during this job. If each joint of casing is 42 feet long, how far out of the drilled hole (in feet) will the casing be when resting on the bottom of the hole?

feet

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Casing, which is 7,897 feet deep, has been perforated from a depth of 7,543 feet to 7,645 feet. Valerie runs coiled tubing at a rate of 31.1 feet per minute for 4 hours. How far in feet is the bottom of the coiled tubing from the top of the perforations?

feet

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Devin has two types of employees: Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 employees make $18.28 per hour while Type 2 employees make $8.92 per hour. This week the Type 1 employees worked 40 hours each and Type 2 employees worked 27 hours each. There are two Type 1 employees and three Type 2 employees. How much is Devin's payroll this week?

dollars

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Jade's cased and cemented hole has a measured depth of 3,549 feet. It is perforated from 3,469 feet to 3,514 feet. The customer wants tubing to be at least 55 feet above the top of the perforations but wants the tubing to be at the rig floor located 13 feet above ground level. Jade is using 33 foot joints of tubing. How far above the top of the perforations will the tubing be in feet?

feet

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One stage of a frac job calls for 2000 gallons (clean volume) of a liquid and two pounds of proppant per gallon of liquid. The proppant adds 0.0454 gallons of volume per pound. What is the total volume of the mixture (dirty volume) in gallons for this stage?

gallons

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Casing, with an inside diameter of 5.250 inches, has been run to the bottom of a 12,598 foot open hole and filled completely with cement. The cement is followed by a displacement fluid until there is only 80 feet of cement left in the casing. What is the volume in cubic feet of cement in the casing BEFORE the flush fluid is pumped?

cubic feet

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