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Halliburton eRedBook® Mobile

Halliburton eRedBook® Mobile

Halliburton

4.0 Ratings 47+ Reviews

Ratings & Reviews

4.0
47+ Ratings
  1. 5
    57+%
  2. 4
    19+%
  3. 3
    9+%
  4. 2
    11+%
  5. 1
    4+%
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  • Good App, Few Errors Though Oct 22, 2013

    By P Slaw
    I recently noticed that the app displays joint & body strength in units of (lbs/ft). This is a little confusing because the paper copy of the red book shows them in (lbs) which make since. A strength in (lbs/ft) doesn't make since. Not sure how someone missed that. Hopefully it can be addressed in an update. Good app otherwise.
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  • Good but needs updates Jul 3, 2013

    By SumRandomGai
    Great app for the iPhone but needs to be updated to properly use the full screen on the iPhone 5. Calculations work great aside from that.
  • Hole Sizes Dec 12, 2016

    By Disco Don 2
    This is a tool that I use frequently. It would be helpful if you could select open hole sizes. Will an update be scheduled in the near future?
  • Eredbook Aug 1, 2012

    By TJRed1
    Very handy, for quick, basic info. Full version would use up a lot of storage. And is free app. Like it.
  • Good app but.... Nov 28, 2014

    By FatKid_123456789
    This app needs cement yields like the real redbook. Good app otherwise.
  • Handy, but not complete, yet May 26, 2012

    By LarryDavis4
    This app is great for figuring capacity, and simple wellbore info. I am in the Bakken, and need to figure mixed strings, and liners. This can't figure those wells. Stick with the eRed Book on the PC for wellbore details.
  • STP Aug 25, 2012

    By Millerkg
    Not very handy outside of calculating volumes. Needs to include info that can't be calculated with conversion factors.

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  • Hole Sizes Dec 12, 2016

    By Disco Don 2
    This is a tool that I use frequently. It would be helpful if you could select open hole sizes. Will an update be scheduled in the near future?
  • Perfect From The Worlds 1 Service Provider Apr 4, 2013

    By Steevbchejdkdkd
    Works perfect for all your measurement needs . Surprised its free
  • Useful Mar 22, 2012

    By Spiderjerusalem911
    Nothing complex, but for being free it's kind of cool. Wish it did more complex calculations.
  • Icons Jun 11, 2012

    By MS2525
    Icons especially look great, user friendly, nice freebie app.
  • Works great Apr 15, 2012

    By Jj14-90
    This is a great app. Works well and is easy to use
  • Good App, Few Errors Though Oct 22, 2013

    By P Slaw
    I recently noticed that the app displays joint & body strength in units of (lbs/ft). This is a little confusing because the paper copy of the red book shows them in (lbs) which make since. A strength in (lbs/ft) doesn't make since. Not sure how someone missed that. Hopefully it can be addressed in an update. Good app otherwise.
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  • Good but needs updates Jul 3, 2013

    By SumRandomGai
    Great app for the iPhone but needs to be updated to properly use the full screen on the iPhone 5. Calculations work great aside from that.
  • Eredbook Aug 1, 2012

    By TJRed1
    Very handy, for quick, basic info. Full version would use up a lot of storage. And is free app. Like it.
  • Good app but.... Nov 28, 2014

    By FatKid_123456789
    This app needs cement yields like the real redbook. Good app otherwise.
  • Red book May 7, 2015

    By Fercho7377
    Una herramienta muy útil Para los especialistas de campo del área petrolera.
  • Ok Mar 29, 2012

    By MAB1876
    But wish it was the real redbook. Cemwell app is better designed.
  • Handy, but not complete, yet May 26, 2012

    By LarryDavis4
    This app is great for figuring capacity, and simple wellbore info. I am in the Bakken, and need to figure mixed strings, and liners. This can't figure those wells. Stick with the eRed Book on the PC for wellbore details.
  • STP Aug 25, 2012

    By Millerkg
    Not very handy outside of calculating volumes. Needs to include info that can't be calculated with conversion factors.

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