SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing and Well Intervention Conference and Exhibition 27 - 28 Mar 2018 The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center The Woodlands, Texas, USA

Agenda

Tuesday, March 27

07:00 - 17:00
07:00 - 17:00
07:30 - 08:30
08:30 - 11:45
01  Intervention in Challenging Wells Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Sascha Trummer - Schlumberger, Jack Kolle - Tempress Technologies
This session focuses on the latest technologies for wireline and coiled tubing interventions in challenging wells including multilaterals, tubing restrictions, high pressure, and extended reach.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 189947 Production & Operations Utilizing Ultrasonic Imaging Technology to Evaluate a Lateral Entry Module M. Solberg, Archer; M. Sullivan, S. Drake, ConocoPhillips; T. Rommetveit, D. Troup, Archer; J.E. Johns, Quintana Energy Services - Wireline
0900-0930 189920 Production & Operations Swellable Packer Evaluation Using Multi-detector Pulsed Neutron Logging and Borax G. Cedillo, A. Zett, X. Han, R. Elghonimy, B. Raeesi, D. Itter, D. Hecker, N.A. Landi, BP
0930-1000 189954 Production & Operations Latest Tractor Technology Provides Performance Improvements in Unconventional Shales W. McCutcheon, J. Long, M. Zambrano, Altus Intervention; A. Sorg, Rice Energy Inc
1045-1115 189926 Production & Operations Wireline Tractor Advanced Restriction Navigation P. Foucher, R. Vander Poorten, Schlumberger
1115-1145 189919 Production & Operations Depleted Well Intervention in Extended Laterals Using Coiled Tubing and Commingled Fluid Systems T.A. Williams, Halliburton
08:30 - 11:45
02  Improving Operational Efficiency Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Roberto Paez - C&J Energy Services, Doyle Dean - BP
The challenge in the current energy environment is to reduce costs and maintain efficient and effective operations. Improving operational efficiency can be achieved through new technology, analysis of past job data, and reduction of operational time through real-time data. This session covers unique solutions successfully implemented through discussions utilizing various methods of intervention solutions to improve operational efficiency.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 189927 Completions Laboratory Evaluation of a Novel Metal Surface Treatment for Coiled Tubing Friction Reduction in Extended-Reach Wells K. Elliott, National Oilwell Varco; S. Livescu, Baker Hughes, a GE Company; K. Yekta Gangeh, Essential Coil Well Service; Y. Li, National Oilwell Varco
0900-0930 189929 Completions Next-Generation Release Device: Strong, Safer, Efficient and Rigorously Qualified G.T. Au, T. Sheiretov, S.L. Elstrop, C.S. Rivas, C. Bellicard, Y. Couble, Schlumberger Oilfield Services
0930-1000 189955 Completions Unlocking the Potential of Your Coiled Tubing Post Job Data C.J. Murphy, BHP; A. Sams, CMU
1045-1115 189935 Production & Operations 30 Years of Continuous Coiled Tubing Modeling Software Development and Field Applications Creating New Capabilities W. Aitken, S. Livescu, S.H. Craig, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
1115-1145 189943 Production & Operations Redefining Battery Operation for High-Power Downhole Tools J. Segura, Z. Erkol, Schlumberger
Alternate 189921 Drilling Methods and Processes to Help Improve the Operational Efficiency and Reliability of Wireline-Run Cement Plugs Q. Wu, P. Chamarthy, A. Lindsey, J.G. Thompson, Halliburton
09:30 - 18:30
10:00 - 10:45
10:00 - 16:00
05  Knowledge Sharing ePoster I Waterway Foyer I
Session Chairpersons Jason Skufca - Redzone Coil Tubing, Curtis Blount - ConocoPhillips
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 189922 Production & Operations A Comparison of Instrumented and Surface-Controllable Rotary Honing and Brushing for Well Intervention M. Dresel, J. Schulz, R.C. Mennem, Schlumberger
1025-1040 189921 Drilling Methods and Processes to Help Improve the Operational Efficiency and Reliability of Wireline-Run Cement Plugs Q. Wu, P. Chamarthy, A. Lindsey, J.G. Thompson, Halliburton
1520-1535 189942 Completions First Time Coiled Tubing Milling in 7-in. Monobore Gas Well Using Downhole Real-Time Measurements W.R. Tapia, Z. Erkol, P. Ramondenc, M. Houdaidon, A. Shaaban, S. Trummer, Schlumberger
10:00 - 16:00
06  Knowledge Sharing ePoster II Waterway Foyer II
Session Chairpersons Bob Murphy - Weatherford, 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 189904 Production & Operations Underbalanced Drilling with Coiled Tubing: A Case Study in Marginal Shallow Wells A. Miszewski, T. Miszewski, AnTech; P. Hatgelakas, Chuck Henry Energy LLC
1025-1040 189950 Production & Operations Back to Life by a Coiled Tubing Gas Lift Pilot Project in Colombian Foothill Wells O.G. Almeyda, C.A. Castaneda, J. Higuera, M. Torres, J.F. Portela, Equion Energia Limited
1520-1535 189905 Completions Fully Integrated Offshore Intervention Solution: Coiled Tubing as the Enabler G. Maugeri, E. Ikouadja, C. Altarelli, C. Paoli, L. Zappalorto, ENI; J. Stuker, M. Foumbi, D. Morbelli, J. Campos, A. Mhiri, L. Wafo, Schlumberger
12:00 - 13:00
SE01  Keynote Luncheon: Oil and Gas Outlook Waterway 5
Speaker(s) Marshall Adkins - Raymond James & Associates

Marshall Adkins is Managing Director, Director of Energy Research Oilfield Services.  He focuses on oilfield services and products, in addition to leading the RJ energy research team. He and his group have won a number of honors for stock-picking abilities over the past fifteen years. Additionally, his group is well known for their deep insight into oil and gas fundamentals. Prior to joining Raymond James in 1995, he spent 10 years in the oilfield services industry as a project manager, corporate financial analyst, sales manager, and engineer. He holds a B.S. degree in petroleum engineering and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin.

13:45 - 17:00
03  Electric Wireline, Slick and Braided Line Applications Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Masa Brankovic - Altus Intervention, Ron Zbitowsky - Saudi Aramco
This session emphasizes technology developments in conveyance and tools along with case studies of operational methods and fishing operations. Speakers will present on real well issues and solutions utilizing electric, slick, and braided line to create successful outcomes in both domestic and international operations.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189903 Production & Operations Digital Slickline using a Novel RF Transceiver: Case Studies in Kuparuk River: North Slope, Alaska F.M. Heaney, C. Taylor, Halliburton; T. Wiese, ConocoPhillips
1415-1445 189928 Production & Operations Case Study of a Complex, Heavy-Duty, High-Pressure Fishing Job Using Wireline, Slick Line and Coiled Tubing Intervention A.C. Harris, R. Zbitowsky, A. Dughaither, Saudi Aramco; L.P. Weber, Halliburton Saudi Arabia; N. Sethi, Halliburton
1445-1515 189940 Production & Operations Electric Line Deployed In-well Rectification of Damaged Completion Components Re-enables Well Access and Subsequent Intervention, Reinstating Production of Shut-in Wells S.W. Murchie, A. Gronnerod, R. Hansen, O.E. Magnussen, Altus Intervention; M. Tungesvik, L. Harsaker, Statoil
1600-1630 189916 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Wireline Operations - All-inclusive Risk Management H.C. Castillo, Baker Hughes, a GE company; A.G. Haigood, NOV CTES, L.P.
1630-1700 189923 Production & Operations Wireline Tractor for Through-Tubing Intervention in Wells with Barefoot Openhole Completions G. Giem, Schlumberger Technology Corp; T. Sheiretov, Schlumberger Oilfield Services; Y. Couble, Schlumberger Technology Corp
Alternate 189922 Production & Operations A Comparison of Instrumented and Surface-Controllable Rotary Honing and Brushing for Well Intervention M. Dresel, J. Schulz, R.C. Mennem, Schlumberger
13:45 - 17:00
04  Coiled Tubing Applications Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Alexis Garcia - Halliburton, Rair Barraez - Stage Completions
The use of coiled tubing in oil and gas well interventions has increased over the last decade. Advances in real-time downhole measurements allow for improved wellbore treatments resulting in higher production rates and cost-effective solutions. Extended-reach applications are better addressed by the use of a variety of downhole tractors either in cased-hole or open-hole scenarios. Coiled tubing drilling is still the best option in mature fields development when it comes to well re-entry, sidetracks, and multilateral wells construction. Its application keeps growing outside the oil and gas industry. Case histories will be presented on coiled tubing tractor technology and creative solutions on perforating and milling operations, including coiled tubing drilling for mineral exploration.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189906 Production & Operations Comprehensive Review of Well Tractor Technology in Highly Extended Reach Wells W.O. Badeghaish, Saudi Aramco EXPEC ARC; M. Noui Mehidi, A.A. Al-mulhem, Saudi Aramco PE&D
1415-1445 189930 Drilling Coiled Tubing Drilling: Case Study, New Zealand S. Kariminejad, H. Lundin, TAG Oil; L.M. Horvath, S. Sweet, Halliburton
1445-1515 189918 Drilling The Coiled Tubing Drilling rig for Mineral Exploration S. Soe, Deep Exploration Technologies CRC; C. Legat, B.J. Evans, M. Mostofi, Curtin University; S. Fox, Boart Longyear Co.
1600-1630 189957 Completions Real-Time Fiber Optic Integrated System Provides Precision and Confidence in a Coiled-Tubing-Conveyed Perforating Operation: A Case Study from the Eastern Foothills in Colombia V.T. Vera, C.A. Torres, E. Delgado, C. Pacheco, D. Sampayo, Halliburton; J. Higuera, M. Torres, Equion Energia Limited
1630-1700 189910 Production & Operations Operational Improvements Using a Coiled Tubing Telemetry System for a Complex Milling Operation in Shut-in Conditions P. Correa, D.E. Parra, S.H. Craig, S. Livescu, A. Yeginbayev, Z. Nadirov, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
Alternate 189950 Production & Operations Back to Life by a Coiled Tubing Gas Lift Pilot Project in Colombian Foothill Wells O.G. Almeyda, C.A. Castaneda, J. Higuera, M. Torres, J.F. Portela, Equion Energia Limited
Alternate 189904 Production & Operations Underbalanced Drilling with Coiled Tubing: A Case Study in Marginal Shallow Wells A. Miszewski, T. Miszewski, AnTech; P. Hatgelakas, Chuck Henry Energy LLC
15:15 - 16:00
17:00 - 18:30

Wednesday, March 28

07:00 - 15:30
07:00 - 15:30
07:30 - 08:30
08:30 - 11:45
07  Materials and Integrity Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Michael Taggart - Baker Hughes, a GE Company, Eddie Karlsen - TechnipFMC
How to intervene into offshore and subsea wells using coiled tubing has become an important issue in choosing the right material and measuring the fatigue of the material. Constant improvement implemented by CT manufacturers have reduced the influence of some of these causes. However, work in ever-more challenging well conditions (HP/HT, fluids, and depths) has resulted in creating new models for further testing of materials. This session focuses on how challenges are faced in new and unique solutions through discussion of operational case histories and laboratory testing.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 189914 Production & Operations Past and Present Coiled Tubing String Failures - History and Recent New Failures Mechanisms T. Padron, S.H. Craig, Baker Hughes a GE Company
0900-0930 189932 Management & Information Long Term Storage of Coiled Tubing: Industry Best Practices and Conclusions Based on Evaluation of Stock Strings K. Elliott, C.D. Williams, Y. Li, E. Arriaga, NOV Quality Tubing
0930-1000 189911 Production & Operations Laboratory and Field Performance of Mechanically Damaged New Technology Coiled Tubing R. Rolovic, Tenaris Coiled Tubes; S. Cravero, M. Valdez, Tenaris; B.A. Reichert, Tenaris Coiled Tubes
1045-1115 189917 Production & Operations The Fatigue Behavior of Concentric Coiled Tubing G. Luebke, Quantum Downhole Systems, Inc.; S.M. Tipton, University of Tulsa
1115-1145 189948 Production & Operations Rotation and Diameter Growth of Coiled Tubing K.R. Newman, Athena Engineering Services; P. Kelleher, Athena Engineering; D. Rain, Jason Energy Technologies Co., Ltd; C. Cai, Jason Energy Technology Co., Ltd
08:30 - 11:45
08  Well Intervention Solutions Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Carlos Torres - Gulfstream Services, Rex Burgos - Consultant
Conditions faced during well intervention present opportunities to adopt unique solutions to address the varying challenges. This session covers technology introductions and deployment of innovative techniques in both wireline and coiled tubing service that enable successful delivery of intervention objectives.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 189952 Production & Operations Electric Line Deployed Orientated Suction Cleanout Device Enables Gas Lift Valve Retrieval from Debris Blocked Side Pocket Mandrel in a Highly Deviated Well S. Murchie, J. Gjertsen, M. Grødem, M. Sætrevik, E. Osaland, P.L. Sorensen, ALTUS Intervention; S.K. Hansen, INEOS DeNoS
0900-0930 189936 Completions New Initiation System Delivers Improved Perforating Safety and Reliability While Maximizing Efficiency S. Aboelnaga, D. Austin, F. Garcia-Osuna, K. Goodman, A.J. Fayard, Schlumberger; S. Bouloudene, Sonatrach; Y. Mohamed, Badr El Din Petroleum
0930-1000 189944 Production & Operations Innovation in Conveyance with Carbon Composite Rod D. Troup, Archer
1045-1115 189951 Completions Unique High Pressure Fishing Operation Leads Way to Increased Completions Efficiency J.M. Skufca, Redzone Coil Tubing LLC; C. Stabler, GEP Haynsville, LLC.
1115-1145 189931 Production & Operations Redefining Pressure Deployment R. Shampine, L. Zsolt, S. Higgins, S. Aftab, M. Flander, Schlumberger Oilfield Services; J. Bronga, R.L. Mielke, BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc.
Alternate 189942 Completions First Time Coiled Tubing Milling in 7-in. Monobore Gas Well Using Downhole Real-Time Measurements W.R. Tapia, Z. Erkol, P. Ramondenc, M. Houdaidon, A. Shaaban, S. Trummer, Schlumberger
09:30 - 16:00
10:00 - 10:45
12:00 - 13:30
13:45 - 15:15
09  Offshore and Subsea Well Intervention Operations Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Andrew Patterson - Consultant, Matt Billingham - Schlumberger
How to intervene into offshore and subsea wells has become an important issue in a cost constrained environment. A lower for longer oil price has motivated business to move to alternative efficient and effective subsea well intervention provision. The challenges faced occur during both normal production operations and in later field life when abandonment is being planned. This session focuses on how challenges were faced and unique solutions successfully implemented through discussion of operational case histories demonstrating standardization and lessons learned. These intervention solutions will be of use in other locations facing similar issues.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189949 Production & Operations Successful Coiled-Tubing Cleanout of Heavy Post-fracturing Proppant in Deepwater Gulf of Mexico: Case History J.K. Webb, Chevron N America Upstream; B. Sonnier, Halliburton
1415-1445 189912 Drilling Cement Milling Using Incorrigible Corrosive Brine in an HPHT Environment - A Unique Case Study I.B. Abdullah, M. Kumar, A. Saraf, N. Khandelwal, K. Kaul, H. Pathak, Halliburton
1445-1515 189956 Production & Operations Successful Creation of Permanent Reservoir Isolation Barriers Using Coiled Tubing on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
(NCS)
I. Thomson, Halliburton
13:45 - 15:15
10  Stimulation and Conformance Operations Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Pierre Ramondenc - Schlumberger, Luis Castro - Baker Hughes, a GE Company
Production enhancement through stimulation and conformance well interventions are increasingly relevant in a hydrocarbon market that faces continuous pricing pressure. Meanwhile, the need for operational efficiency and new technologies to address ever-increasing harsh downhole conditions has never been as high. This session showcases case histories and technology updates that propose novel approaches to more efficient and effective production enhancement interventions.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189945 Completions Dendritic Acidizing Update: The Light at the End of the Tunnel C.D. Wehunt, Chevron North America E&P Co.; S.K. Lattimer, Chevron Europe, Eurasia, & Middle East E&P Co.; D.R. McDuff, Chevron Energy Technology Co.
1415-1445 189909 Production & Operations An Innovative Tool for Stage Isolation and Effective Restimulation: A Case History of a 26-Stage Lateral Recompletion in the Permian Basin L. Castro, Baker Hughes, a GE company; T. Boulis, T.B. Vulgamore, Oxy USA
1445-1515 189933 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Application of Refracturing Using Coiled Tubing Opens a New Door of Opportunities for Unconventional Reservoir Stimulation P. Pankaj, P. Shukla, Schlumberger
Alternate 189905 Completions Fully Integrated Offshore Intervention Solution: Coiled Tubing as the Enabler G. Maugeri, E. Ikouadja, C. Altarelli, C. Paoli, L. Zappalorto, ENI; J. Stuker, M. Foumbi, D. Morbelli, J. Campos, A. Mhiri, L. Wafo, Schlumberger
15:15 - 16:00