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Although a major inconvenience for white carpet, mud serves many important purposes. In addition to keeping farm animals cool, it plays a vital role in any drilling operation. No one knows that better than Mud Engineers. That’s because they spend their days analyzing and making adjustments to the make-up of the mud used in drilling.
During the drilling operation, the make-up of the mud tells Scientists and Mud Logging Analysts important information about the safety of the drilling hole and its chemical components. They then use that information to target drilling locations.
Your duties as a Mud Engineer focus on making sure the mud does its job. For example, you continually test the consistency of the mud to ensure that it’s not too thick or thin. After all, mud acts as a lubricant for the drill, so you see to it that it’s the right consistency for the job. You also track the effect of the mud on the pressure and temperature inside the hole.
As a Mud Engineer, you live on site at the drilling operation. This keeps you accessible at all hours if you need to make adjustments to the mud.
How do you do that? Like tending a well-balanced garden, you add chemicals and other stabilizers until the right steadiness is obtained. This allows the Drillers to adjust for different depths and layers of earth without delays.