Cementing Head

Do you have plans to use a cementing head for your next project? Our company provides a tool that can replace a cementing head. The reputation of our innovative products continues to prove their quality within the drilling industry. Our team and management are willing to educate our customers about our products through our extensive product library and our training sessions.  All in all, we want to be your business partner, and together we will make a significant difference in the oil and gas industry.

Our Casing Running Tool Replaces A Cement Head

Why use a cementing head when our casing running tool is available? Regulations ensure a proper cement job in today’s wells. A conventional cementing head does not allow rotation of the string. The well is properly cemented by rotating and reciprocating the string. Traditionally this has been accomplished by a rotating cement head.

These tools are often large and require extra NPT (non-productive time) to be rigged up. By using the same casing running tool to run the casing and cement the well, rig up time is eliminated. Due to the high-pressure requirements of cementing, we provide high-pressure packer cup options rated up to 10,000 psi. There is also a modular circulator assembly to allow a secondary packer cup to be installed after the casing is run just before cementing. This gives the operator a secure feeling that there will be no leaks during the cementing process.

Cost-Effective Case Running Tools

Did you know that casing running tools and a cement swivel rather than a cementing head will provide a mechanized, safe and cost-effective way to run a cement casing? We manufacture casing running tools for both onshore and offshore drilling rigs. We design and manufacture products that are strong and safe. Typically, the conventional drilling process involves drilling, tripping drill pipe out of the hole and then casing the well. This new process uses a standard casing string when drilling.

Drilling and casing the well are executed simultaneously. This eliminates tripping and isolates formations while drilling. The Casing While Drilling process brings many benefits to drilling operations, especially on wells experiencing problems. We manufacture the best casing running tools and cement swivels for the job which eliminates the use for a cementing head. Drilling these types of wells conventionally can be challenging. This process is beneficial when it comes to surface or conductor casings.

Minimize Fluid Loss

During Casing While Drilling operations, the pipe is in constant contact with the wellbore. This smears the cuttings. In combination with certain types of lithology, this works together to close and seal leaking formations. Fluid loss can be minimized at this point. The casing running tools replace the need for a cementing head for the final step in this process

Casing While Drilling along pay zones has also been accumulated, especially in depleted reservoirs where skin damage is a concern. If this takes place along low-pressure productive sandstones, the process offers the possibility to drill variable pressure zones with less fluid invasion. Skin damage is greatly reduced. There is no other better replacement for a cementing head than our line of casing running tools combined with our cement swivel This is another reason to trust the professionals we have on staff.

The C-Series Floating Seat

Our line of casing running tools which eliminates the need for a cementing head includes the C-Series floating seat. This seat comes with a positive seal, a low flow area, and lower pressure drop. The C-series will last with the carbide to give it a longer life. Erosion is common across the oil industry which is why our ball valve is not subject to erosion.

The Importance of Safety

In this industry today, safety and certification requirements with casing running tools are a must. Our company stays abreast of the ever-changing safety requirements. We encourage our business partners to use our line of casing running tools rather than a cementing head. A few years ago, we achieved the ISO 9001:2015 certification. Our employees put in long hours to accommodate the changes in the new management system. We offer more products to meet the demands of the wells built today. These wells call for tubular running equipment and our latest line of casing running tools. We have come so far from where we began. At one time, we were just a circulating tool company dealing with a fill-up, flow-back, and circulating.

About Our Company

Gus Mullins is the architect of drilling, completion, and founder of DrawWorks. Gus Mullins is the man behind our casing running tools and again, these tools will eliminate the need for a cementing head. After forty years in the industry, Gus retired but retirement just wasn’t a solid fit. With decades of knowledge from Schlumberger, Baker Oil Tools and his own company, Gus Mullins & Associates.

Contact us Today

Our goal is to offer products that create success for your business. We understand the various options you have when deciding to purchase your equipment. Therefore, our team and staff are available to answer any questions or to provide any training needed for this product. Our extensive library of resources provides our clients with information about our various products. Contact us today and find out more information about our company and our products. Contact our AutoFill product line at (979) 657-1216 or email us here. Also, for information about our DWCRT products, please contact us at (346) 224-4073, email us here,  or visit our website here.

Did You Know…

  • The world uses approximately 36 billion barrels of oil per year.
  • The third highest paying professionals in the oil and gas industry are the Australia and Oceania professionals.
  • 40% of the world’s ocean cargo is oil.
  • Oil is also used in the textile industry and used to make fabrics such as acrylic, vinyl, nylon, and polyester. Oil also assist in forming camping gear, sporting gear, toys and electronics such as computers, tablets, smartphones, and televisions. Lastly, it is the critical component in the building of ships, trains, and plane parts, fertilizers, bubble gum, and perfumes.
  • Fire is not the primary cause of workplace deaths in oil and gas extraction. In 2015, the number one cause of death on an oil rig was falling objects striking workers.
  • There are enough oil reserves to meet about 53 years of global production
  • The industry provides approximately 9.8 million U.S. jobs.
  • Texas is the leading state in crude oil production.
  • The U.S has over 200,000 miles of oil pipelines within its border.
  • People have used oil for over 5,000 years. One prominent use was medicine for treating ailments such as gout and frostbite.
  • Although the U.S. is the biggest consumer of oil at over 19.5 million barrels a day, Saudi Arabia is the largest oil producer and has the most substantial amount of reserves at 267 billion barrels.

Oil Industry Facts in The Gulf of Mexico

  • The U.S. petroleum industry first drilled successfully in open waters in the Gulf of Mexico in 1938 in fourteen feet of water and approximately a mile from Louisiana coast. On the other hand, the first well that was out of sight of land was drilled 10 miles off the coast in 1947.
  • The first federal offshore oil and gas lease was granted on October 13, 1954, in the Gulf of Mexico. A portion of the acreage from that lease continues to produce oil today.
  • The Gulf of Mexico can stretch from Los Angeles to New York if spread across land mass.
  • Federal off-shore drilling areas in the Gulf of Mexico and off the coast of California produce about 25% of all domestic.

Fun Facts About Houston

  • Houston has approximately 2.3 million residents who speak more than 145 different languages collectively. The city is four populous city in the United States and the largest populous city in the south. As a result, we have the third largest number of languages spoken within the city limits.
  • Houston has one of the best culinary scenes in the nation. The city is the home of over 10,000 with culinary for more than 70 countries. Houston residents eat out more times in a week than residents from any other city in the nation. If you’re looking for a particular taste, you are more than likely to find it in Houston.
  • Houston has the largest medical center in the world. The Texas Medical Center is over 1000 acres and contains 54 medicine-related institutions. It receives an average of 7.2 million people per year and performs more heart surgeries than anywhere else in the world.
  • At 20 feet below ground level and 7 miles long connecting 95 city blocks, Houston has an underground tunnel system. The tunnel initially connected two downtown movie theaters. However, today the tunnel connects significant downtown buildings, retail stores, restaurants, and so much more!!!
  • Houston is home to the largest shopping mall in Texas. The Houston Galleria opened in 1970 and currently has four floors filled with more than 375 stores. It even contains an ice skating rinks which is open all year long. It is the 9th largest malls in the United States.
  • For more information about this great city, visit the official website here.

DrawWorks designs, manufactures and sells casing running tools, as well as handling, circulating, and flow-back tools for oilfield tubulars. Our Products are designed to be safe, simple and strong, which reduce risks and save time. We focus on customer satisfaction and proudly solve challenging issues. DrawWorks provides tubular running solutions for many companies providing services such as casing running.