What are common well designs?

Common well designs include vertical, horizontal, and directional wells. Vertical wells are the most traditional type of well and are drilled straight down into the ground. Horizontal wells are drilled at a less steep angle and can extend further underground. Directional wells are the most complex type of well and are drilled at an angle and can include vertical and horizontal sections. The design of a well depends on many factors, including the geology of the area, the intended use of the well, and the availability of resources.
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