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Knowledge Sharing ePosters

An ePoster is an electronic version of a traditional poster presented on a flat screen. It offers the added benefit of animation, audio, and video and enhances the visual experience to provide greater interactivity between the attendee and the poster author.


Tuesday, 25 March 2014, 1000–1045

Montgomery Foyer

Session Chairperson(s): Alan Turner, Boots & Coots, A Halliburton Service; Bobby Smith, Boots & Coots, A Halliburton Service

1005 -1020

 

168282

Radial Drilling Revitalizes Aging Field in Tarim: A
Case Study

X. Teng, P. Yang, N. Li, C. Yang, Tarim Oilfield PetroChina; Y. Jin, Y. Lu, China University of Petroleum(Beijing); B. Zhou, X. Wang, F. Zhang, J. Li, T. Zhang, X. Zhou, Tarim Oilfield PetroChina

Station 1

1005 -1020

168252

Real Time Slickline: Unlocking Additional Production With Reduced Uncertainties in Limited Space Platforms
M. Abdul Razak, L.M. Dasan, S. Mohd Effendi, Petronas; T.I. Rakela, Schlumberger

Station 2

1005 -1020

168291

Milling on Extended Horizontal Sections, Choice of Methods: Case Histories from the Chicontepec Area, Mexico
J.R. Ortiz, E. Montes, Halliburton; L. Ramirez, G. Gutierrez, Pemex

Station 3

1025 -1040

168238

Next Generation of Battery Operated Electromechanical Setting Tools Increases Reliability at High Temperatures
R. Zbitowsky, M. Al-Buali, Saudi Aramco; J. Clemens, M.W. Denmon, J. Dove, S. Gordon, Halliburton

Station 1

1025 -1040

168303

Optimizing Pipe Management with a New Approach of Coiled Tubing Integrity Monitoring
M. Torregrossa, L. Zsolt, M. Zwanenburg, Schlumberger

Station 2

1025 -1040

168243

Electric Line Tractor-Based Conveyance in High Temperature Wells: A Collection of Local Case Stories
M. Peoples, T. Hammill, O. Alferez, G.D. Murrill, Welltec

Station 3


Tuesday, 25 March 2014, 1545–1700

Montgomery Foyer

Session Chairperson(s): Homero Castillo, Baker Hughes; Rex Burgos, Schlumberger; Steven Craig, Baker Hughes

1550 -1605

 

168281

High Tension Electrically Controlled Release Device Improves Reliability Of Stuck Tool Release In The Gulf
of Thailand

K. Surapakpinyo, C. Hanchalay, Chevron; N. Fundytus, R. Ford, S. Pakdee, S.A. Sarian, A. Battula, N. Nery, Schlumberger

Station 1

1550 -1605

168262

Successful Application of Fiber-Optic-Enabled Coiled Tubing and Inflatable Packer Used for Testing the Formation's Upper Zone
C. Gonzalez, J. Muñoz, Schlumberger; N.M. Orozco Posada, J. Higuera, Equion Energia; D. Nava, Schlumberger

Station 2

1550 -1605

168251

Improving Wellsite Systems Integration
J.A. Shields, H. Brackel, Baker Hughes

Station 3

1610 -1625

168239

A Versatile High-Expansion Hanger Device for Suspension of Downhole Devices during Performance of Critical Asset Diagnostics and Enhancement Methods
R. Zbitowsky, M.A. Al-Murit, Saudi Aramco; M. Denmon, S. Gordon, J.F. Babin, M.C. Mlcak, Halliburton

Station 1

1610 -1625

168289

Rheology and Flow Characteristics of Xanthan in Calcium Chloride Brine
K.A. Asafa, S.N. Shah, University of Oklahoma

Station 2

1610 -1625

168299

Analytical Downhole Temperature Model for Coiled Tubing Operations
S. Livescu, X. Wang, Baker Hughes

Station 3

1630 -1645

168253

Case Study of New Technology Introduction: Through Tubing Zonal Isolation with an Expandable Plug in Dual Completion Well
A. Al-Jasmi, A. Choudhuri, S.F. Desai, Kuwait Oil  

Station 1

1630 -1645

168231

Evolution of Coiled Tubing Industry in Offshore Mexico over the Last Decade

J.C. Perez, J. Lopez, A. Martinez, U. Solis, C. Deolarte, J.M. Huerta, Pemex; E. Franco, D. Hernandez, R. Najera Hernandez, B. Hobson, N.J. Molero, M.A. Marin, Schlumberger

Station 2

1630 -1645

168300

Deviated Wells: Lessons Learned Employing the HPAP Technique

H. Pathak, Boots & Coots, A Halliburton Service; B. Raina, F. Adil, Halliburton

Station 3


Wednesday, 26 March 2014, 1000–1045

Montgomery Foyer

Session Chairperson(s): Ron Clarke, Coiled Tube Resource Management; Blake Hammond, Weatherford

1005 -1020

168292

Beyond Logging: Slickline Operations Can Now Provide a More Efficient and Cost Effective Alternative to Traditional Intervention Operations
R.K. Loov, M.E. Billingham, Schlumberger

Station 1

1005 -1020

168258

An Innovative Integrated Methodology to Deliquify Gas Well Using In-Well Live Performance Coiled Tubing for Velocity String Selection and Deployment: A Case Study in Saudi Arabia
S.A. Asel, F.A. Gomez  Aranza, Saudi Aramco; D. Ahmed, F. Baez, T.A. Elsherif, M.A. Kneina, W. Kharrat, Schlumberger

Station 2

1005 -1020

168278

Optimizing Horizontal Wellbore Design to Extend Reach with Coiled Tubing
J. Forrester, Athabasca Oil Corporation; J. Yeung, F. Marzara, Essential Energy Services

Station 3

1025 -1040

168270

Perforating and Pipe Recovery with Digital Slickline First Application in Colombia Ballena Field
G.P. Arcila, Chevron; L.H. Perez, Schlumberger

Station 1

1025 -1040

168232

Breathing Second Life into an Old Well through Coiled Tubing Cement Squeeze for Brownfields in Malaysia
Y. Khor, S. Ismail, B. Prahawinarto, M. Mohamad, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd; N. Nik Sin, BJ Services

Station 2

1025 -1040

168296

A Systematic Approach to Horizontal Well Perforating With Coiled Tubing in the South China Sea, Malaysia
W.R. Tapia, J.R. Jenie, I. Sorman, Schlumberger

Station 3


Wednesday, 26 March 2014, 1515–1600

Montgomery Foyer

Session Chairperson: Jason Skufca, ConocoPhillips

1520 -1535

168265

Casing Patches Used to Temporarily Shut Off Reservoirs
P. Wilczek, R. Oberascher, GDF SUEZ E&P; A. Osmanovic, Weatherford

Station 1

1520 -1535

168261

Modeling and Validating Pressure Transient Effects on Inflatable Bridge Plugs during Coiled Tubing Conveyed Perforating
R. Xu, A. Shamisheva, R. Bucher, Schlumberger

Station 2