WellBenders directional well planning/ engineering team operates using the absolute best in the business in terms of application systems and personnel.  We use Landmark’s COMPASS™ and WELLPLAN™ software, the industry’s standard application for directional wellbore planning, survey data management, plotting, proximity analysis, Torque and Drag, Hydraulic Analysis and more.
We apply our expertise to quickly optimize simple or complex trajectories based on Cost, Torque and Drag, Hole cleaning or Anti-collision.


WellBenders maintains the highest standards of  quality in both our personnel and  application systems. Our qualified directional well planning/ engineering team uses Landmark’s COMPASS™ software, the industry’s standard application for directional wellbore planning.  Our planning systems improve safety, cost, efficiency, and overall effectiveness of directional programs.

WellBenders provides spider, separation factor, ladder, 3D proximity and traveling cylinder plots and reports. Anti-collision scans can be run interactively with planning, surveying, or projecting ahead. Warnings can be configured to alert user when wellpaths converge per company-specified minimum criteria.



By studying the effects of different string and wellbore configurations we determine the best solution to achieve objectives. We can answer the question and concerns of a specific rigs ability to drill a wellpath to completion.  If the rig in question is unable to complete the path we can calculate the point at which the rig will be able to effectively drill to with given safety factors taken into consideration.

WellBenders can plan and analyze drill string and casing runs.  To ensure successful drilling operations, especially in today’s complex wells, it’s crucial to have adequate knowledge of the anticipated loads for drilling and casing operations.

WellBenders uses Hydraulic Analysis deployed on Landmark’s WELLPLAN that enables circulation system analysis. The application can be used to study ECDs, to select jet sizes for optimum ROP over a given depth range, and to select flow rates to optimize hole cleaning.  We perform pressure-loss analysis for all parts of the circulating system, including pressure losses through pipe and annular sections, pressure losses in rig surface equipment including coiled tubing units, and pressure drop across the bit.