Halliburton Red Book Electronic Version

This is the electronic version of the Halliburton Red Book  (eRedBook) which it can be used electronically with your computers or your smart phone.

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PC Version eRedbook

The software consists of a lot of useful calculators (such as cement calculation), Interactive wellbore schematics, and data from the American Petroleum Institute (API). I am really love with this program because it makes my life a lot easier when I work in the office or in the field.

First of all, you need to download the set up file from this link => https://www.halliburton.com/content/dam/ps/public/cem/contents/Interactive_Tools/web/eredbook/setup.exe

You will get the set up file like this => Halliburton red book electronic version

Double click to set up the program

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A Recommended Unit Conversion Program

Many people asking me about the unit conversion because all of drilling formulas showing in the website and the drilling formula spread sheet are in oil field unit. It creates some hassles to some people. I wish I could convert all formulas into Metric unit but I have no time. Therefore, the simplest solution is to use a unit conversion program.

This is the unit conversion program created by Josh Madison. These are some screenshots of this program.

 

 

This unit conversion program is totally free and very easy to use. It will convert the most popular units such as distance, temperature, volume, time, speed, mass, power, density, pressure, energy and many others.

This is the screen of this program once you open it.

 

There are several units as you can see on the screen shot shown below.

 

For example, if I want to convert a flow rate of 250 gpm in to liters/minute, I just select flow and input 250. The result is 946.35 liters/minute.

 

This program is so simple to use and I am 100% sure that it will help you do your job.

You can download via this link= > http://bit.ly/18P8D5y.