We are planning to drill adjacent wells within the same conductor pipe with splitter wellhead (2x wells in One CP). The conductor pipe might be angled (with a small angle under 10°).
As per vendor procedure, before drilling the first well (16in) a downhole guide is lowered in the second slot (of the same CP) to reserve the space for the next wells. Those DH guide are similar to big stabilizers with 15.67in OD.
Having the CP inclined imply that the relative position of the DH guide string and the 16in BHA at surface won't probably be the same downhole. The DH guide might lay on the low side or maybe not. This is exactly the uncertainty that increase the risk of collision when drilling the second well.
Do you have any idea of a process to determine with precision the position of the BHA and the downhole guide relative to each other at the CP shoe depth? pip tag marker in the DH guide string and Azimuthal GR on the Drilling BHA?
The solution is perhaps very different from our proposition. Do you have any other options to solve our question?
Thank you in advance,
Mike Tony CHEMBOU