Well Service and Workover Series Lesson 12
For its survival the private enterprise system depends on reasonably accurate accounting of costs and estimates of return on money invested. A certain amount of risk is always present, but this risk can be reduced by applying a meaningful study to a combination of all the factors that enter into accomplishing an objective and producing a profit. This training manual helps operators produce a realistic approach to the economics of well service and workover. Topics include problem wells, problem-well analysis and diagnosis, workover planning, and economic evaluation and justification. Readable language, clearly labeled illustrations and photographs, and helpful self-test review questions help the reader understand the material. ISBN 0-88698-210-3. 1980, 32 pp.