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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Memo To: From: CC: Date: September 26, 2018 Subject: Effective Course of Action The most effective course of action can be adding low-density bentonite with a small amount of CMC additive by the mud engineer or an additive, which is cheaper and has the same effect as CMC on the current mud with the intention of satisfying the filtrate problem and the density. The reasons this method is the best recommendation are based on the experiment carried. From the test performed from the operation, there was a content distribution of 12.558 lb/bbl of Bentonite and 32.942 lb/bbl of drilled solids that the unknown content had. Most of the mud is from the drilled substantial portion. On the same note, the high amount of the drilled solids that are in the mud is the most likely cause of the thick fluffy filter cake that is coming over the shaker along with the cuttings.
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