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Conducting research into wellbore instability mechanisms and drilling fluid and shale interactions

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CSIRO has developed software that can be used fro the evaluation of wellbore instability and drilling fluid design. The software integrates a range of independantly developed stand-alone software packages.

Known as the Drillers Wellbore Stability Tool, it is aimed at providing drilling engineers, who may have limited specialist knowledge, with a tool to address wellbore instability problems encountered during the drilling of oil and gas wells.

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