SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing and Well Intervention Conference and Exhibition 21 - 22 Mar 2017 George R. Brown Convention Center Houston, Texas, USA

Schedule

Monday, March 20

08:00 - 17:00
Rigless Intervention Best Practices for Coiled Tubing, Slickline, and Wireline 362 A & D
Ticketed Event
Instructor(s) Todd Green and Ron Zbitowsky

This course is designed to provide knowledge and understanding of surface equipment, downhole tools, various applications, and operational contingencies for rigless well interventions involving coiled tubing, slickline, or wireline. 

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08:00 - 17:00
Introduction to Coiled Tubing Operations 361 F
Instructor(s) Ed Smalley

This course is designed to provide knowledge and understanding of surface equipment, downhole tools, various applications, and operational contingencies for rigless well interventions involving coiled tubing, slickline, or wireline. 

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SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing and Well Intervention Conference and Exhibition Training Courses Sponsored by: 

The following topics will be addressed in this course:

  • Introduction to surface equipment required to deploy coiled tubing during field operations
  • Basic understanding of coiled tubing pre-job modeling and fatigue tracking and why it’s important
  • Challenges associated with use of coiled tubing on extended-reach wells and techniques for addressing those challenges
  • Coiled tubing modeling software will be utilized to identify and address potential pre-job design issues.

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10:00 - 18:30
10:00 - 16:00

Tuesday, March 21

07:00 - 17:00
07:00 - 17:00
07:30 - 08:30
08:30 - 11:45
01  Latest Developments in Equipment, Tools and Materials 360D
Session Chairpersons Ken Newman - Athena Engineering Services, Pierre Ramondenc - Schlumberger
Due to the vastly changing markets, well intervention technologies are adapting and growing in both innovation and complexity to meet the industry needs. This session will focus on the efforts which have been put on increasing equipment capabilities through materials in order to expand the operational limits of the coiled tubing pipe. It will also review topics regarding pipe fatigue and life monitoring, which have been studied to better quantify and predict operational limits of a coiled tubing pipe; pushing both the operational limits and expanding our understanding of coiled tubing behavior.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 184798 Production & Operations Improving Intervention Efficiency with a Novel X-ray Diagnostic Service: A Case Study M. Spannuth, R. Achihai, J.A. Gonzalez Campos, Visuray; M.A. Husvaeg, Statoil; J. Johns, J. Singleton, Visuray
0900-0930 184766 Production & Operations High-Strength 130-kpsi Coiled Tubing Intervention in the High-Pressure/Extreme-Temperature Wells, North Sea K. Ermakov, A. Savenkova, Halliburton - Production Solutions
0930-1000 184806 Completions Development and Compatibility Testing of Coiled Tubing With 140-ksi Specified Minimum Yield Strength K. Elliott, T. Graham-Wright, C.D. Williams, National Oilwell Varco; R. Hampson, B. Portillo, A. Cuaron, Halliburton
1045-1115 184796 Production & Operations Field Performance of New Coiled Tubing Technology and a New Grade for Improved Sour Service R. Rolovic, B.A. Reichert, C. Morales, M. Coloschi, M. Valdez, C. Grimaldo, T. Nguyen, Tenaris
1115-1145 184761 Drilling Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Cyclic Strains in Coiled Tubing Surface Defects for Fatigue Life Assessment J. Ishak, M. Santos, S.M. Tipton, The University of Tulsa
08:30 - 11:45
02  Coiled Tubing Applications I 370A
Session Chairpersons Carlos Torres - Gulfstream Services, Steven Craig - Baker Hughes
Interventions using coiled tubing have many varied applications and in all cases there will be many challenges. In order to have a successful outcome, regardless of the application, these challenges must be overcome. In all situations proper planning, correct selection of technology, and preparation for the operation must be completed. This session examines novel applications and demonstrates through case histories how through the application of best practices, technology, and creative solutions, successful results can be achieved.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 184759 Production & Operations Rigless Isolated Formation Testing in a Producing Well: A Case History L. Zsolt, Schlumberger Oilfield Services
0900-0930 184783 Completions Dynamic Event Modeling: A Critical Aspect for Successful Deployment of Coiled Tubing Perforating Operations J. Gilliat, Baker Hughes; R.P. Satti, Baker Hughes Inc; P. Hillis, baker hughes; C. McClean, Baker Hughes Inc
0930-1000 184801 Completions Employing Effective Water Treatment with New String Technology in the Eagle Ford to Mitigate String Failures S. Kakadjian, R. Nwachukwu, Keane Group
1045-1115 184754 Production & Operations 3 ½in. Coiled Tubing Telemetry System Saves Time and Improves Operational Efficiency During a Multi-Well Campaign in Norway D. Blanco, Baker Hughes; M. Sach, Baker Hughes Inc; S. Livescu, Baker Hughes
1115-1145 184756 Production & Operations Fishing More Than 3,000 Meters of 1-3/4-in Coiled Tubing: A Case Study A.I. Merchan, PEMEX; A. Lopez, Petroleos Mexicanos; C. Deolarte, M. Sosa, Pico Energy; E. Franco, A. William, F.L. Rodriguez, G. Ponce, J.R. Cervantes Basurto, Schlumberger
09:30 - 18:30
10:00 - 10:45
10:00 - 10:45
03  Knowledge Sharing ePoster I 370C
Session Chairpersons Blake Hammond - NOV Wellbore Technologies, Rex Burgos - Consultant
Knowledge Sharing ePosters allow one-on-one interactions with presenters and opportunities to study a particular concept at an appropriate level of detail. Subject matter varies, but topics are consistent with the other technical sessions.
Time Paper # Presentation
1005-1020 184776 Production & Operations Electric-Line Milling Operation on Tree Master Valve of a High Surface Pressure Well Enables Well Control M. Ajmi, R.A. Al-Aljan, N.M. Al-Hajri, H.A. Al-Quwaisim, S.I. Zamka, F.M. Al-Subaie, T.A. Green, M.A. Al-Hajri, N.S. Al-Shammari, Saudi Aramco; H.H. Sagr, R. Al-Jedawi, Welltec
1005-1020 184762 Production & Operations Subsea Well Plug and Abandon Intervention Using a Coiled Tubing Conveyed Inflatable Packer: A Case Study V. Akbar, M. Fuad, Schlumberger
1025-1040 184811 Completions Wireline-Deployed Perforating: Maximizing Efficiency Without Killing the Well S. Aboelnaga, Schlumberger; A.J. Martin, Schlumberger Oilfield UK Plc; A. Ugalde Vega Moreno, J. Mercado Contreras, Schlumberger
12:00 - 13:00
SE01  Keynote Luncheon: Innovation in the Offshore O&G Industry: Codifying Knowledge in the New Oil Era 371A
Speaker(s) Jose Gutierrez - Transocean

Dr. Jose Gutierrez is the Director of Technology and Innovation at Transocean where he focuses on the delivery of sustainable innovation for the Oil and Gas industry. His efforts are framed in the execution of business and technology development activities that enable the introduction of new products designed to augment operational integrity in deepwater offshore drilling operations. In addition, Dr. Gutierrez is an Adjunct Professor of Subsea Engineering at the Cullen School of Engineering at the University of Houston where he provides guidance on relevant research topics that align with the business needs of the industry.

Dr. Gutierrez has more than 20 years of experience managing innovation and technology strategy for entrepreneurial and Fortune 100 companies in multiple areas, including Medical, Residential, Commercial and Industrial applications.

He received a B.S. degree in electronic engineering from Universidad Simon Bolivar in Caracas, Venezuela, M.S. and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Milwaukee – Wisconsin.

Dr. Gutierrez's current technology and innovation focus is centered on advanced drilling and well control technologies, as well as advanced man-assisted resilient and distributed control systems. He is also in charge of managing the digital transformation process within Transocean.

Dr. Gutierrez has authored multiple books, scientific papers, and patents.

13:00 - 13:45
13:45 - 17:00
04  Improving Operations Efficiency 360D
Session Chairpersons Alastair Buchanan - Statoil, Alexis Garcia - Halliburton
Improving operational efficiency in well intervention activities can significantly impact your business with better HSE performance, decreased cost, and/or more efficiently used resources, including staff and equipment. This session will present topics demonstrating successful improvements in operational efficiency through use of standardized processes, best practices, lessons learned, technology adoption, and/or techniques refinement that can be adapted to other operations to address similar or related challenges.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 184800 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility The Critical Flaws of Current Well Control Drills T. Sookdeo, S.H. Craig, M. Fernandes, C. Liles, Baker Hughes
1415-1445 184804 Production & Operations Reaching New Heights of Efficiency in Offshore Gas Conformance Operations C. Deolarte Gerrero, C.M. Sosa Barragán, PICO Energy; A.I. Merchan Najera, A. López López, PEMEX; P. Ramondenc, N.J. Molero, E. Franco Delgado, E.J. Miquilena Rojas, Schlumberger
1445-1515 184795 Completions Electric Submersible Pump Changeouts with the use of HWO Units: An Evolutionary Path of Efficiency A. Chacon, C. Pedraza, V.C. Hernandez Berthe, A.J. Marcano, Halliburton
1600-1630 184779 Production & Operations Consistent, Systematic Approach to Deepwater Coiled Tubing Efficiency Improvement Substantially Reduces Operational Time, Gulf of Mexico P. Weiland, A. Rudnik, E. Gagen, Schlumberger
1630-1700 184802 Production & Operations An Alternative Method for Cement Squeeze in North Kuwait: Case Study N.B. Alhouti, M.R. Al-Othman, K.M. Al-Qassar, A.E. Al-Ebrahim, Kuwait Oil Company; K.M. Matar, A.M. AL Hamad, Halliburton
Alternate 184797 Completions A New Record for a Rigless Completion Campaign Through Efficient Coiled Tubing HydraJet Assisted Fracturing Operations in a Mature Field in Northeastern Colombia C. Jaimes, Ecopetrol SA; J.I. Bahamon, Ecopetrol; E. Mora, Ecopetrol SA; P. Campo, J. Reina, A. Orozco, Halliburton
Alternate 184788 Production & Operations Sand Consolidation Case History and Lessons Learned from Peninsular Malaysia A.I. Othman, S. M Zaki, A. Naharindra, Petronas; L. Riyanto, Z. Yahia, Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd; K. Govinathan, Halliburton Malaysia; T.A. Kristanto, Halliburton; K. Yeo, Halliburton Malaysia
13:45 - 17:00
05  Coiled Tubing Applications II 370A
Session Chairpersons Jason Skufca - RedZone Coil Tubing, Rair Barraez - Stage Completions
Providing unique solutions for common well challenges is an important part of driving efficiencies in a cost conscience environment. This session will spotlight best practices related to well abandonments, sand cleanouts, new deployment techniques, and expansion of new equipment and applications bringing value to existing markets.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 184780 Completions Advanced Live Well Deployment System Enables Remedial Sand Control Solution C. McClean, P. Hillis, S. Zuklic, C. Ross, P. Kidd, Baker Hughes Inc
1415-1445 184768 Production & Operations First Coiled Tubing Operation in Alaska Requiring 15,000-psi-Rated Well Control Equipment: A Case History B.T. Webb, L. Zsolt, J. Zingsheim, R. Hammer, Schlumberger
1445-1515 184808 Completions Big Bore Balanced Sand Cleanout in HP/HT Gas Well: an Amalgamation of Innovative Fluid System and Engineering N. Khandelwal, R.A. Chandak, A. Makkar, H. Pathak, Halliburton
1600-1630 184789 Production & Operations Coiled Tubing Cementing Best Practices for Successful Permanent Well Abandonment in Deepwater Gulf of Mexico D.C. Giam, J.S. Santiapichi, M. Bogaerts, D. Herrington, Schlumberger
1630-1700 184799 Production & Operations A New Design Method of Coiled Tubing for Deliquification in Shale Gas Field X. Tan, H. Yong-Zhi, J. Liu, State Key Laboratory of Oil and Gas Reservoir Geology and Exploitation, Southwest Petroleum Universi; J. Zhao, Texas Tech University; D. Wang, Engineering Technology Institute of Sinopec Northwest Company; S. Zhi-Yang, Sinopec Jianghan Oilfield Company; Y. Jie, Sinopec Chongqing Fuling Shale Gas Exploration and Development Co. Ltd; T. Chuang, Shell China Exploration & Production Co. Ltd.
Alternate 184777 Production & Operations Effects of Buckled Tubing on Coiled Tubing Passibility X. Qin, D. Gao, China University of Petroleum-Beijing
Alternate 184809 Production & Operations Evolution of Coiled Tubing Descaling Interventions in Saudi Arabia Depleted or Subhydrostatic Gas Wells A.N. Alduaij, M.H. Al-Buali, Saudi Aramco SAOO; D. Ahmed, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; M. Arifin, Schlumberger; R.A. De Sa, Schlumberger Overseas S.A.; M. Dehingia, Schlumberger; M. Santali, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; V. Pochetnyy, Schlumberger
15:15 - 16:00
15:15 - 16:00
06  Knowledge Sharing ePoster II 370C
Session Chairpersons Sylvester Anyanti - Chevron North America E&P
Knowledge Sharing ePosters allow one-on-one interactions with presenters and opportunities to study a particular concept at an appropriate level of detail. Subject matter varies, but topics are consistent with the other technical sessions.
Time Paper # Presentation
1520-1535 184753 Production & Operations Overcoming Challenges of Stimulating a Deepwater, Frac-Pack-Completed Well in the Gulf of Mexico Using Coiled Tubing with Real-Time Downhole Measurements E.J. Gagen, Schlumberger; A.D. Menkhaus, Technical Consultant
1520-1535 184773 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Innovative Conveyance System Saves $9.4M on a Deep Water, High Angle Well in the Nam Con Son Basin M.F. Folger, Talisman Vietnam Ltd.; S.P. McCormick, Petromac Ltd.; S.A. Sarian, Schlumberger
1540-1555 184765 Completions Fracturing Plugs Drillout Experiences in Unconventional Applications G.L. Zanellato, J.M. Szklarz, E. Pach, Halliburton; M. Nebiolo, YPF SA
1540-1555 184810 Completions Evaluation of Lubricants Performance for Coiled Tubing Application in Extended Reach Well J. Yeung, Essential Energy Services Ltd; J. Li, Stran Consulting Ltd.; J. Lee, Essential Energy Services Ltd; X. Guo, Chongqing Science and Technology University
17:00 - 18:30

Wednesday, March 22

07:00 - 16:00
07:00 - 17:00
07:30 - 08:30
08:30 - 11:45
07  Electric Wireline and Tractor, Slick and Braided Line Applications 360D
Session Chairpersons Brian Sidle - Welltec, David Larimore - Halliburton
This session will focus on how the continued development of intervention solutions and technologies, conveyed with wireline, slickline, or tractors, has demonstrated the capability to deliver increasingly successful operational outcomes across a broad spectrum of regions and environments.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 184758 Production & Operations Electric-Line Deployed Lightweight Intervention Technology for The Effective Removal of Barium Sulphate Scale Obstructions from Small Diameter Wellbores I. Haugen, L. Døssland, Statoil; M. Brankovic, E. Osaland, L. Osugo, Qinterra Technologies; M. Grødem, A. Grønnerød, Altus Intervention
0900-0930 184792 Production & Operations A New Electric Line Downhole Jetting Tool Accomplishes Sample Collection and Screen Clean-out to Restore Production M.A. Husvæg, Statoil; T.F. Skagseth, H. Mourani, B.K. Sidle, B.J. Schwanitz, Welltec
0930-1000 184771 Completions Novel Technology Improves System Safety in Wireline Perforating A.J. Fayard, K.R. Goodman, Schlumberger
1045-1115 184748 Production & Operations Precision Packer Mandrel Cuts Using Electromechanical Pipe Cutting Technology K. Gasmi, G. Ransonet, Baker Hughes
1115-1145 184786 Production & Operations Unique Milling Bit Deployed via E-line Intervention Enables Operator to Achieve Early Production C. Tyagi, BG E&P India Ltd.; V. Singh, Reliance Industries Limited; J.P. Nayak, T. Pinto, Welltec A/S
Alternate 184776 Production & Operations Electric-Line Milling Operation on Tree Master Valve of a High Surface Pressure Well Enables Well Control M. Ajmi, R.A. Al-Aljan, N.M. Al-Hajri, H.A. Al-Quwaisim, S.I. Zamka, F.M. Al-Subaie, T.A. Green, M.A. Al-Hajri, N.S. Al-Shammari, Saudi Aramco; H.H. Sagr, R. Al-Jedawi, Welltec
Alternate 184811 Completions Wireline-Deployed Perforating: Maximizing Efficiency Without Killing the Well S. Aboelnaga, Schlumberger; A.J. Martin, Schlumberger Oilfield UK Plc; A. Ugalde Vega Moreno, J. Mercado Contreras, Schlumberger
08:30 - 11:45
08  Fracturing and Stimulation 370A
Session Chairpersons Alex Crabtree - Hess Corporation, Sascha Trummer - Schlumberger
Although there have been several advances in recent years for intervention-less operations, coiled tubing has been one of the key drivers and enablers for innovation in fracturing and stimulation. This session will discuss different approaches to enhancing recovery in fracturing operations, from abrasive jetting to frac port manipulation, as well as new approaches with products and services to optimize stimulation treatments; from measurements in extreme environments; to improved downhole chemistry; to downhole flow measurements.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 184790 Completions Best Practices in Pre-Fracturing Coiled Tubing Intervention Operations Increase Success Rate of Hydraulic Fracturing Treatments P.H. Guizada, Saudi Aramco PE&D; Z. Rahim, A. Kanaan, A. Al-Rashed, Saudi Aramco; R.E. Kayumov, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; M. Arifin, Schlumberger; Z. Al-jalal, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia
0900-0930 184760 Production & Operations Cost-Effective Approach in Stimulating Openhole Water Injectors Using Real-Time Flow Measurement: A Case Study N. Al-Houti, Y. Al-Matrouk, M.R. Al-Othman, H.S. Al-Mehana, M.N. Al-Haddad, Kuwait Oil Company; W.A. Mahmoud, P. Ramondenc, H. Chabouni, Schlumberger
0930-1000 184793 Completions Cost and Value of a Dissolvable Frac Plug Z. Walton, J.C. Porter, M.L. Fripp, G.W. Vargus, Halliburton
1045-1115 184764 Completions How to Perforate Challenging Wells Completed in Two Casing/Liner Overlap Sections: Mature Ecuador Field Case History J.A. Alvarez Pujota, Halliburton; E.A. Naranjo, Halliburton Consulting & Project Management; C. Agila Soto, Halliburton; R. Castillo, D. Cuenca, Petroamazonas EP
1115-1145 184787 Completions Coiled Tubing Advancements Enable Multistage Stimulation and Production Profiling in an Exploration Well in Eastern Siberia K. Burdin, A.V. Yudin, Schlumberger; K. Ronzhin, Schlumberger WTA Malaysia Sdn Bhd; M. Demkovich, SLB; S.G. Kreknin, K. Pushnikov, Y. Borovinskiy, A. Zykov, Gazprom Geologorazvedka
Alternate 184753 Production & Operations Overcoming Challenges of Stimulating a Deepwater, Frac-Pack-Completed Well in the Gulf of Mexico Using Coiled Tubing with Real-Time Downhole Measurements E.J. Gagen, Schlumberger; A.D. Menkhaus, Technical Consultant
Alternate 184765 Completions Fracturing Plugs Drillout Experiences in Unconventional Applications G.L. Zanellato, J.M. Szklarz, E. Pach, Halliburton; M. Nebiolo, YPF SA
09:30 - 16:00
10:00 - 10:45
10:00 - 10:45
09  Knowledge Sharing ePoster III 370C
Session Chairpersons Blake Hammond - NOV Wellbore Technologies, Pierre Ramondenc - Schlumberger
Knowledge Sharing ePosters allow one-on-one interactions with presenters and opportunities to study a particular concept at an appropriate level of detail. Subject matter varies, but topics are consistent with the other technical sessions.
Time Paper # Presentation
1005-1020 184797 Completions A New Record for a Rigless Completion Campaign Through Efficient Coiled Tubing HydraJet Assisted Fracturing Operations in a Mature Field in Northeastern Colombia C. Jaimes, Ecopetrol SA; J.I. Bahamon, Ecopetrol; E. Mora, Ecopetrol SA; P. Campo, J. Reina, A. Orozco, Halliburton
1025-1040 184788 Production & Operations Sand Consolidation Case History and Lessons Learned from Peninsular Malaysia A.I. Othman, S. M Zaki, A. Naharindra, Petronas; L. Riyanto, Z. Yahia, Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd; K. Govinathan, Halliburton Malaysia; T.A. Kristanto, Halliburton; K. Yeo, Halliburton Malaysia
12:00 - 13:30
13:45 - 17:00
10  Offshore and Subsea Well Intervention Operations 360D
Session Chairpersons Andrew Patterson - Consultant, Masa Brankovic - Qinterra Technologies
How to intervene into wells both subsea and on access-restricted production platforms has become an important issue in a cost constrained environment. These challenges occur during both normal production operations and in later field life when abandonment is being planned. This session will focus on how unique challenges were faced and solutions successfully implemented, by the discussion of operational case histories. These intervention solutions will be of use in other locations facing similar issues.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 184750 Production & Operations Real Time Fatigue Endurance Monitoring of Open Water Coiled Tubing Downlines S.M. Tipton, University of Tulsa; B. Xie, Oceaneering International
1415-1445 184763 Reservoir Description & Dynamics The 30,000 lbs Extreme Pull Wireline Conveyance System And The Highest Pull Ever Help Gulf Of Mexico Operator Save 5 MUSD By Avoiding Drill Pipe Conveyance And Tool Fishing Operations In The Most Challenging Deepwater Well S.A. Sarian, D. McManus, P. Lake, C. Babin, J. Varkey, D. Hackett, Schlumberger
1445-1515 184791 Production & Operations Rigid Riser System: Alternative System for Coiled Tubing Rig Up on SPAR I. Raman, J.D. Blacklock, K. Selamat, Murphy Oil Corp.; L.G. Chabot, Murphy Oil Corp; M. Bin Ghazali, Baker Hughes Inc (Malaysia); R. Ramnarine, Baker Hughes
1600-1630 184784 Production & Operations Innovative Use of Coiled Tubing Catenary System to Intervene a Well with Restricted Flowback Facilities W.R. Tapia, Z. Marsaleh, Schlumberger; S. Srisa-ard, Brunei Shell Petroleum
1630-1700 184805 Production & Operations Novel Technique Applied to Lock Open SCSSV Installed in Monobore Subsea Completion in Deepwater GoM L.W. Ramnath, J.H. Pocza, A. Reynolds, BP America
Alternate 184762 Production & Operations Subsea Well Plug and Abandon Intervention Using a Coiled Tubing Conveyed Inflatable Packer: A Case Study V. Akbar, M. Fuad, Schlumberger
13:45 - 17:00
11  Horizontal and Extended Reach Well Applications 370A
Session Chairpersons Ian Chapman - Exxon Mobil, Jack Kolle - Tempress Technologies
Coiled tubing interventions are continuing to become more and more challenging as lateral lengths increase and the need to perform more complex operations at depth increases. This session will discuss the equipment, materials, and procedures that have been developed and implemented to overcome some of these challenges. Coiled tubing string design methods and considerations for extending reach will also be presented.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 184749 Completions Optimizing CT Material Properties for Extended Reach Operations K.R. Newman, P. Kelleher, B. Gunby, Athena Engineering Services
1415-1445 184770 Production & Operations Mega Reach Case Study, Saudi Arabia; The Application of Fluidic Oscillation Vibratory Tools in Tackling a Challenging Coiled Tubing Well Intervention L. Duthie, Saudi Aramco; S.A. Namlah, A.J. Abdulghani, Saudi Aramco NAOO; T. Elsherif, Thru Tubing Solutions
1445-1515 184774 Production & Operations An Improved Method for Shifting Sliding Sleeves on ICD Screen Completions in Extended- and Mega-Reach Applications Combining a Novel Shifting Tool With Coiled Tubing Well Tractor Technology A. Areepetta Mannil, M.A. Lobov, M. Buyanov, K. Chang, L. Silva, Schlumberger; A. Kazakov, D. Eliseev, A. Zemchikhin, Lukoil–Nizhnevolzhskneft
1600-1630 184752 Completions Vaca Muerta Coiled Tubing Operations Success and the Development of Future Extended Reach Operations I.I. Galvan, Global Tubing LLC; M.M. Nebiolo, R.D. Del Negro, G.A. Landinez, YPF S.A.; C. Cerne, Thru Tubing Solutions Inc; A. Sanchez, G.L. Mallanao, Global Tubing LLC
1630-1700 184785 Production & Operations Subsea Coiled Tubing Acid Stimulation Operation Using CT Tractor in Angola K. Rajamani, Welltec Angola; B.J. Schwanitz, Welltec Inc
Alternate 184773 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Innovative Conveyance System Saves $9.4M on a Deep Water, High Angle Well in the Nam Con Son Basin M.F. Folger, Talisman Vietnam Ltd.; S.P. McCormick, Petromac Ltd.; S.A. Sarian, Schlumberger
Alternate 184810 Completions Evaluation of Lubricants Performance for Coiled Tubing Application in Extended Reach Well J. Yeung, Essential Energy Services Ltd; J. Li, Stran Consulting Ltd.; J. Lee, Essential Energy Services Ltd; X. Guo, Chongqing Science and Technology University
15:15 - 16:00
15:15 - 16:00
12  Knowledge Sharing ePoster IV 370C
Session Chairpersons Sylvester Anyanti - Chevron North America E&P
Knowledge Sharing ePosters allow one-on-one interactions with presenters and opportunities to study a particular concept at an appropriate level of detail. Subject matter varies, but topics are consistent with the other technical sessions
Time Paper # Presentation
1520-1535 184777 Production & Operations Effects of Buckled Tubing on Coiled Tubing Passibility X. Qin, D. Gao, China University of Petroleum-Beijing
1540-1555 184809 Production & Operations Evolution of Coiled Tubing Descaling Interventions in Saudi Arabia Depleted or Subhydrostatic Gas Wells A.N. Alduaij, M.H. Al-Buali, Saudi Aramco SAOO; D. Ahmed, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; M. Arifin, Schlumberger; R.A. De Sa, Schlumberger Overseas S.A.; M. Dehingia, Schlumberger; M. Santali, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; V. Pochetnyy, Schlumberger