About Project.

Directional drilling is the science of directing a wellbore along a predetermined path called a trajectory to intersect a previously designated sub-surface target.
Using directional drilling is an effective way when there are surface constructions above the field, avoid formation faults, accessing thin layer reservoirs, drill multiple wells from one hole, and to sidetrack from a vertical wellbore to extend the production zone in a certain location in a field.
Our objective is to plan a path for various types of trajectories; J-type, S-type, and Horizontal directional wells in two dimensions (2-D) and three dimensions (3-D) for a certain formation using Microsoft Excel software, and transferring it to our own site.