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Any good Well Completions Schematic Spreadsheets out there?

Any good Well Completions Schematic Spreadsheets out there?

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I've been searching for a while to find a simple excel spreadsheet or similar that can draw up your well schematic for you. No luck so far, so hopefully someone can point me in the right direction...

I am currently working on Well Plugging and Abandonment approvals for a number of wells and want to be able to produce a simple schematic for each just buy plugging in a few values.
It would ideally include:-
- Casing sizes, lengths and cementing details (mainly TOC)
- Cement plugs sizes and locations
- Perforations
- etc

I have never seen a Well P&A schematic spreadsheet before but have seen plenty for Well Completions (see attached). If someone knows of a Completions spreadsheet that also allows input for the above parameters (or one that I can manipulate to do so), I would just about buy them a beer at this stage. Preferably one that won't cost me a fortune either, though I would really appreciate any suggestions.


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