Viewing The Job Summary
An overview of a individual job, regardless of its status, can be viewed by opening the job and clicking on the Summary tab. The paper clip on the right-hand side of the top of the screen displays all the attachments help to this job throughout its life. Common attachments that are used for jobs include scans of signed field tickets, shipping tickets, etc.
Printing Job Reports
The buttons to generate daily and end of well reports are located in the upper right hand corner of the Job Summary screen. A Daily Report can be generated by selecting a date and then clicking the Daily Report button. The End of Well Report can be exported help simply by clicking it’s button. The reports are generated in PDF format for convenient reading, sharing, and storage.
The Basic Info bar on the left-hand side of the Job Summary Tab will make it easy to quickly understand the high-level information about the job, including a quick reference for a rig contact as needed.
Recent Field Tickets
This section will show the to-date billed revenue for the job by summing up all the field ticket entries in Drakewell. Keep in mind, this value may not reconcile with accounting if, for example, a DBR was issued after the fact for the job and was not entered into Drakewell.
Clicking on the date of a Recent Field Ticket will navigate the user directly to that ticket.
The field ticket list will show the 10 most recent field tickets issued for the job, when they were created, who created them, and the invoice total. The statuses of the field tickets can be: open, delivered, or completed. The statuses are set in the Field Tickets tab upon creation of the ticket.
The Recent Activities section shows the last 10 activities and is generated by combining those entered in the MWD Activities tab and the Directional Activities tab.
Clicking on an activity in the Recent Activities list will navigate the user directly to the Activity page and specific day where this activity was logged.
Personnel is populated with the field hands assigned to the job in the Timeline tab of the job and the other contacts added when the job is created in Drakewell. Common other contacts added when the job is created include a Wellplanner, Drilling Engineer, and/or Field Drilling Superintendent’s phone number and email address. A hand can be added to a job even if (s)he is not intended to work it. Adding a hand to a job gives them permissions to view the job. This can be helpful when, for example, a Directional Driller wants to review how a nearby well drilled in the curve with a particular motor bend angle and power section combination prior to his job commencing so the best tools for the job can be ordered.
The Well Section will show a map of where the job is located based on the latitude and longitude added to the job when the it was created in Drakewell. If no latitude and longitude is entered for the job, the map will show an empty, grey box, and the well section will read Lat/Long: N/A.
On a mobile device, if the user clicks on the map, it will pull up directions to the location in the user’s primary map application.
Another important piece of information in this section is in the written directions field. Since land rigs often require very specific instructions to get to the wellsite, someone with job editable permissions can write directions for field hands to reference to get to location.
The Well Paths list shows all the well paths created for the job. These can include anti-collision paths, directional, and test paths.
Well paths are generated in the Well Paths tab.
The Notes Section is populated when the job is created in Drakewell, and they can also be edited at any time by anyone with the permissions to edit a job. Anyone with access to view the job can see these notes.