DrawWorks Side Entry Swivel (DWSES)
Are you thinking about using the DrawWorks Side Entry Swivel (DWSES) for your next project? DrawWorks is adding a side entry swivel to our product line offerings. Its advanced features will allow your teams to work efficiently and safely and achieve better results. We strive to bring innovative products to the industry that will both increase your profits and deliver solutions to your common headaches in the field. All in all, our success is dependent on your overall success.
The DrawWorks Side Entry Swivel can pump in cement above the casing running tool (DWCRT) to improve the well cement job. The device is 36.5 inches long, has a maximum flow rate of 634 gallons per minute, and has a pressure limit of 10,000 psi. Additionally, it can rotate up to 50 rpm and connects in-line with the top drive. This feature allows fluids to pump through the side-entry ports and down the casing, preventing the cement from pumping through the IBOP. With the use of the DWCRT and a side entry Swivel, the casing can be used in place of a cement head.
Benefits of the DrawWorks Side Entry Swivel
The DrawWorks Side Entry Swivel can decrease the amount of critical environment and production issues and hazards. As a result, the tool eliminates the cement head which saves rig up time and cost for the service company. Furthermore, it has a higher load rating without a need for special equipment for routine maintenance. The side entry swivel provides a way to rotate and reciprocate the casing string with the DWCRT without pumping cement through the top drive. This prevents the cement from damaging the IBOP and ensures a good cement bond.
We’re Not Just About Side Entry Swivels
DrawWorks is continuously developing new products to increase productivity in the field. For instance, we are one of the only two companies that offer a mechanical Casing Running Tool, which replaces the hydraulicly operated tools. Our various Mudsaver Valves prevents toxic mud from spilling over to other parts of the environment while running casing. Our Double Cup Circulator helps with running different size casings with one job, and our slings are available for handling tubing, drill pipe or casing elevators. We have a wide range of products available to our clients. Our mission is to provide innovative tubular running solutions needed to complete a project successfully.
DrawWorks Quality Management
DrawWorks is a recipient of the ISO 9001: 2015 Certification and the ISO 9001: 2018 Certification. Companies are required to develop a system where customers’ requirements of quality are met, and a process is enforced to improve the operational procedures to receive these prestigious certifications continuously. We can accumulate these certifications by offering different programs to our own teams such as our monthly company safety meetings, weekly shop safety meetings, workplace orientation & job performance report, and the substance abuse program. All in all, safety and quality are a priority at DrawWorks internally and externally.
About the Company
After forty years in the oil industry, Gus Mullins decided to retire. However, Mr. Mullins missed the feeling of making a difference in the industry. Therefore, he founded DrawWorks with the knowledge accumulated from Schlumberger, Baker Oil Tools, Gus Mullins & Associates. DrawWorks designs safe, simple, and durable equipment for the Oil and Gas Exploration Industry. Today, Mr. Mullins is the lead architect of drilling, completion, and surface equipment for DrawWorks. In the beginning, DrawWorks was a circulating tool company dealing with fill-up, flow-back, and circulating. Today, DrawWorks is one of the fastest growing companies with ties to Texas A&M University School of Business and Center for New Ventures & Entrepreneurship. Our leading line of products is sold to drilling contractors all over the nation to meet the demands of the wells built today. We are honored in having the privileged reputation for innovation within the drilling industry.
Contact us Today
Essentially, our goal is to offer products that create additional 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 company features an extensive library of resources that will provide our clients with information about various products. For more information about our company and 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…
- Oil is measured in barrels, which is equal to 42 U.S. gallons or 159 liters.
- The Texas Oil Boom and the modern industrialization of oil production in the U.S. began with a significant oil gusher at Spindletop (Near Beaumont, Texas) on January 10, 1901.
- The largest- capacity refinery in the U.S. is the Baytown ExxonMobil refinery. It produces approximately 560,640 barrels a day.
- Texas is the leading state in crude oil production with over 5 billion barrels in reserves
- The states of Texas, Louisiana and California account for over half of all domestic refining capacity.
- Coastal states control the OCS within three nautical miles of shore.
- “Texas Tea” and “Black Gold” are the common nicknames for oil.
- Gasoline makes up 45% of crude oil.
- Petrochemicals (found in oil) helped produce the electronic device you are reading on right now.
- As of January 24, the 27 petroleum refineries in Texas had a capacity of over 5.1million barrels of crude oil per day and accounted for 29% of total U.S. refining capacity.
- Today, rigs can drill more than 10,000 feet under water.
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.