IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition 6 - 8 Mar 2018 Fort Worth Convention Center Fort Worth, Texas, USA

Schedule

Monday, March 05

07:00 - 18:00
08:00 - 17:00
Managed Pressure Drilling
Ticketed Event
Instructor(s) Deepak Gala

This is a Training course. Separate registration is required. 

13:00 - 19:00
DSATS/ART Symposium and Networking Reception Omni Hotel Fort Worth Ballroom 1-4
Moderator(s) David Reid, Chief Marketing Officer, NOV
Speaker(s) Frank Springett, NOV; Richard Meehan, Schlumberger; Steve Krase, Nabors; Thomas Burke, OPC Foundation; Jay Hollingsworth, CTO Energistics

Interoperability in Drilling Automation – What Can be Learned from Other Industries?

SPE’s Drilling Systems Automation Technical Section (DSATS) and IADC’s Advanced Rig Technology Committee (ART) are holding a half-day symposium focusing on the importance of interoperability to unlock the potential of Drilling Systems Automation.

Space is limited so be sure to register early which also ensures the early bird rate for members.  The meeting will be followed by a sponsored reception for symposium attendees.

Learn more about the event and see the schedule. 

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13:00 - 17:00
13:00 - 17:00

Tuesday, March 06

07:00 - 18:30
07:00 - 17:00
08:00 - 17:00
PS 01  STATION 1: Knowledge Sharing ePosters Foyer
3-day Session
Session Chairpersons Shane Marchand - Helmerich & Payne Intl Drlg Co
Knowledge Sharing ePosters are an electronic version of a traditional poster presentation. Attendees are provided more interactive discussion with the authors with the common intent of sharing best practices and encouraging networking.
Time Paper # Presentation
1000-1015 189603 Drilling The Role of Big Data in Operational Excellence and Real Time Fleet Performance Management - The Key to Deepwater Thriving in a Low Cost Oil Environment
M.S. Bolen, Chevron Corporation; V. Crkvenjakov, J. Converset, Schlumberger
1015-1030 189622 Projects, Facilities & Construction CFD Hydrodynamic Performance Comparison Between Conventional and VIV-Mitigating Drill Riser Buoyancy Modules L. Lai, Trelleborg Offshore
1030-1045 189705 Drilling A New Rotary-Steerable System Designed for Vertical and Nudge Applications in North America Pad Development Drilling S. Jones, J. Sugiura, Sanvean Technologies; C. Feddema, Turbo Drill Industries/Scout Downhole; M. Charter, Scout Downhole
1515-1530 189617 Drilling The Impact of Molecular Diffusion of Methane into Wells with Oil Based Mud J. Petersen, Intl Research Inst of Stavanger
1530-1545 189651 Drilling Well Control Simulator: Enhancing Models With Compositional PVT Models and Kinetics
K. Bjorkevoll, J. Skogestad, J. Froyen, H. Linga, SINTEF Petroleum Research
1545-1600 189579 Projects, Facilities & Construction Active Mud Line Pumping, Design, Testing and Future Possibilities in Rig Design Y. Hong, R.F. Van Kuilenburg, Noble Drilling (U.S.) Inc.
1000-1015 189698 Drilling Percussion Performance Drilling Motor Delivered Extreme Cost Saving In Hard and Abrasive Formation in Ahnet Basin, Algeria. S. Ziani, S. Fetayah, A. Boudebza, SONATRACH; M. Bendoudou, Y. Bouabba, M. Fatah, National Oilwell Varco
1015-1030 189615 Drilling Modeling of Cuttings Lag Distribution in Directional Drilling to Evaluate Depth Resolution of Mud Logging

S. Naganawa, University of Tokyo; M. Suzuki, K. Ikeda, N. Inada, R. Sato, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation
1030-1045 189703 Drilling Artificial Islands vs. Wellhead Towers: Search for Optimized Infrastructure for Shallow-Water Developments
J.E. Hess, M. Franco, B. Gille, Halliburton
1515-1530 189618 Drilling Reconstruction of Pipe Displacement Based on High-Frequency Triaxial Accelerometer Measurements E. Cayeux, Intl Research Inst of Stavanger
1530-1545 189575 Drilling Investigation of Fracture Reopening Pressure in Wellbore Strengthening R. Zhong, S.Z. Miska, M. Yu, M.E. Ozbayoglu, N.E. Takach, University of Tulsa
1545-1600 189593 Drilling Wellbore Stability Solution Incorporating the Weak Bedding Planes Effect with Field Case Study

A. Mehrabian, Formerly Halliburton; A. Diaz-Perez, C.L. Santana, Halliburton
0930-0945 189712 Drilling Dilatancy and Pressure Dependence of Threaded Connection Performance
R.F. Mitchell, Well Complete; M.A. Goodman, Altus Well Experts Inc.
0945-1000 189658 Drilling Safe Drilling in Chemically Active and Naturally Fractured Source Rocks: Analytical Solution and Case Study
C. Liu, Y. Han, Aramco Services Company: Aramco Research Center-Houston; Y.N. Abousleiman, University of Oklahoma
08:00 - 17:00
PS 02  STATION 2: Knowledge Sharing ePosters Foyer
3-day Session
Session Chairpersons Shane Marchand - Helmerich & Payne Intl Drlg Co
Knowledge Sharing ePosters are an electronic version of a traditional poster presentation. Attendees are provided more interactive discussion with the authors with the common intent of sharing best practices and encouraging networking.
Time Paper # Presentation
1000-1015 189706 Drilling Adaptive PDC Drill Bit Reduces Stick-Slip and Improves ROP in the Midland Basin
A. Phillips, D.E. Gavia, A. Noel, M. Savage, T. Stefanik, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
1030-1045 189621 Drilling A Method to Estimate Working Range of Vibrators Y. Zhang, R. Samuel, Halliburton
1515-1530 189654 Drilling Probability of Wellbore Intercept Made Easy

J.M. Codling, Halliburton
1545-1600 189596 Drilling A New Approach to Characterize Dynamic Drilling Fluids Invasion Profiles in Application to Near-Wellbore Strengthening Effect C.P. Ezeakacha, S. Salehi, University of Oklahoma; F. Bi, Grace Instrument Company
1000-1015 189598 Drilling Wellbore Instability Prediction Using Adaptive Analytics and Empirical Mode Decomposition A. Lin, M. Alali, S. Almasmoom, University of Southern California; R. Samuel, Halliburton
1015-1030 189696 Drilling Real-Time Well Construction Process Inference Through Probabilistic Data Fusion S. Chambon, S. Venkatakrishnan, M.K. Hamzah, J. Belaskie, Y. Yu, Schlumberger
1030-1045 189620 Drilling Dynamic Axially-Stiff String Model for Tripping Operations in Directional Wellbores Z. Zamanipour, S.Z. Miska, University of Tulsa; P.R. Hariharan, Shell
1515-1530 189628 Drilling Robust MMH Drilling Fluid Mitigates Losses, Eliminates Casing Interval On 200+ Wells in the Permian Basin M. Offenbacher, N. Erick, M. Christiansen, AES Drilling Fluids; C. Smith, CES Energy Solutions; T. Barnard, R. Farrell, Occidental Oil and Gas Corporation
1530-1545 189590 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Fuel Economy and Emission Characteristics of a High Horsepower Natural Gas/ Diesel Dual-Fuel Engine in Oil & Gas Operations A.I. Wijesinghe, C. Lafleur, F. Meng, J. Colvin, R.C. Haut, Houston Advanced Research Center
1545-1600 189625 Drilling Modified Casing Design and Low-Viscosity Wellbore Strengthening (LVWS) System Overcame San Andres H2S Water Flow Challenges in Midland Basin Z. Chen, C. Snider, L. Griffin, B. Linnerud, Horizon Mud Co.; D. Breeding, Legacy Reserves LP.
0930-0945 189686 Drilling Annular Casing Seal Test Method W.W. Fleckenstein, R. Baker, A.W. Eustes, Colorado School of Mines
0945-1000 189650 Drilling Using Aluminum Drill Pipe with Axial Oscillation Tools to Significantly Improve Drilling Performance K. Mills, S. Menand, Drillscan; R.J. Grissom, Otto Fuchs Drilling Solutions USA; P. Kaufmann, Otto Fuchs KG; C. Schulte, N. Evans, Otto Fuchs Drilling Solutions
08:30 - 09:30
GEN 001  Opening Session Ballroom B
Moderator(s) Shane Marchand - Helmerich & Payne Intl Drlg Co
Speaker(s) Jason McFarland - IADC President, Darcy William Spady - 2018 SPE President, Shane Marchand - Helmerich & Payne Intl Drlg Co
Opening Session of the Drilling Conference with Welcomes being brought by the 2018 Program Chairman, IADC Chairman, SPE President and presentation of the SPE Drilling Engineer Award.
09:30 - 10:00
GEN 002  Keynote Session Ballroom B
Moderator(s) Shane Marchand - Helmerich & Payne Intl Drlg Co
Speaker(s) Liam Mallon - ExxonMobil Development Company

Liam M. Mallon
President
ExxonMobil Development Company

 

10:00 - 18:30
10:00 - 10:45
10:45 - 12:15
01  Casing and Completions Ballroom A
Session Chairpersons Jim McNicol - Archer, Thomas L Gee - Weatherford
This session explores performance and technical considerations for Completions and Casing Zonal Isolation. It offers a range of technologies with case studies that provide methods for lowering costs and improving the output of your well.
Time Paper # Presentation
1045-1115 189637 Completions Optimizing the Deepwater Completion Process: Case History of the Tamar 8 Completion Design, Execution and Initial Performance - Offshore Israel J.C. Healy, Healy Energy; S.M. Waggoner, I. Magin, M. Beavers, K. Williams, R.J. Hebert, Noble Energy Inc.
1115-1145 189644 Drilling Evaluation of a Casing-in-Casing Refracturing Operation in the Burleson County Eagle Ford Formation
B. Elbel, N. Modeland, Halliburton; S. Habachy, J. Nabors, R. Brannon, Wildhorse Resources
1145-1215 189694 Drilling Simple Calculation of Compaction-Induced Casing Deformation Adjacent to Reservoir Boundaries Y. Guo, BP; N.C. Last, BP plc; M. Blanford, BP
10:45 - 12:15
02  Deepwater Operations Ballroom B
Session Chairpersons Han J Tiebout - GustoMSC BV, Rolv Rommetveit - Edrilling Solutions
The Deepwater Operations technical session will highlight specific cases related to risers, subsea BOP’s, subsea completions and deepwater reservoirs in various areas in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
Time Paper # Presentation
1045-1115 189674 Drilling LMRP Disconnect in Deepwater, Harsh Environment conditions
K. Dupal, Shell Exploration & Production Co; J. Curtiss, Shell International E & P; R.H. Van Noort, Shell International E&P Co.; C. Mack, Shell International E & P; S. Greer, Stena Drilling
1115-1145 189623 Drilling Knarr Field - Optimization of Wellbore Clean-up Through Dynamic Transient Modeling
M. Dimude, Shell; B. Wane, Shell Exploration & Production Co; H. Lu, Schlumberger
1145-1215 189687 Completions Overcoming Tight Annulus Cementing Design Challenges: Gulf of Mexico Case Study
M.I. Dooply, Schlumberger; S. Sianipar, Schlumberger Technology Corp.; F. Rodriguez, Schlumberger; D. Poole, Chevron; C.E. Fuenmayor, Chevron Corporation; J. Carrasquilla, I. Rosero Palacios, Schlumberger
Alternate 189603 Drilling The Role of Big Data in Operational Excellence and Real Time Fleet Performance Management - The Key to Deepwater Thriving in a Low Cost Oil Environment
M.S. Bolen, Chevron Corporation; V. Crkvenjakov, J. Converset, Schlumberger
Alternate 189622 Projects, Facilities & Construction CFD Hydrodynamic Performance Comparison Between Conventional and VIV-Mitigating Drill Riser Buoyancy Modules L. Lai, Trelleborg Offshore
10:45 - 12:15
03  Directional Drilling and Hole Placement I Ballroom C
Session Chairpersons John Martin Clegg - Weatherford, Liam Anthony Lines - National Oilwell Varco
This session will discuss Directional Drilling, Software, Integrity and Remote Operations
Time Paper # Presentation
1045-1115 189607 Drilling Directional Advisor Driven Rig and Directional Operation Integration
G. Hildebrand, Schlumberger Limited; H. Schultz, Obsidian Energy; A.M. Torre, Precision Drilling Corporation; L. Olesen, Pason Systems
1115-1145 189691 Drilling Automated Directional Drilling Software and Remote Operations Centers Drive Rig Fleet Well Delivery Improvement C.J. Gillan, Nabors Industries; M.R. Isbell, T.Z. Visitew, Hess Corp.
1145-1215 189677 Drilling A 300 Degree Celsius Directional Drilling System A. Stefánsson, HS Orka; R. Duerholt, J. Schroder, J.D. Macpherson, C. Hohl, T. Kruspe, T. Eriksen, Baker Hughes, a GE company
12:15 - 13:45
13:45 - 17:30
04  Well Control / Kick Detection Ballroom A
Session Chairpersons Karen Bashford-Provence - ConocoPhillips Co, Otto Luiz Alcantara Santos - RETIRED
From Fluid Densities to Early Kick Detection, this session will discuss the handling and challenges
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189655 Drilling Dynamic Kill Method Using Staged Fluid Densities Can Improve the Killability of Relief Wells for Challenging Blowouts P. Chantose, R.T. Oskarsen, Add Energy LLC; M.H. Emilsen, Well Flow Dynamics AS; A.F. Negrao, Chevron Corporation
1415-1445 189610 Drilling Predicting Hydrocarbon Burn Efficiency of Ignited Blowout for Oil Spill Source Control M.D. Dunn, Hilcorp Alaska LLC; S. Fitzgerald, Intuitive Machines, LLC.; J.B. Garner, Boots & Coots L.P.
1445-1515 189665 Drilling Digitized Uncertainty Handling of Pore Pressure and Mud-weight Window Ahead of Bit; Example North Sea

A.E. Lothe, P.R. Cerasi, K. Bjorkevoll, SINTEF Petroleum Research; S. Haavardstein, ConocoPhillips
1600-1630 189606 Drilling Gas Kicks in Non-Aqueous Drilling Fluids: A Well Control Challenge Z. Ma, A. Karimi Vajargah, D. Chen, E. van Oort, The University of Texas At Austin; R. May, J. MacPherson, G. Becker, GE-Baker Hughes; D. Curry, Retired
1630-1700 189701 Drilling A Cyber-Physical Approach to Early Kick Detection
P. Andia, R.R. Israel, BP
1700-1730 189661 Drilling A Novel Practical Approach to Borehole Breathing Investigation in Naturally Fractured Formations S. Baldino, S.Z. Miska, M.E. Ozbayoglu, University of Tulsa
Alternate 189617 Drilling The Impact of Molecular Diffusion of Methane into Wells with Oil Based Mud J. Petersen, Intl Research Inst of Stavanger
13:45 - 17:30
05  Cementing and Zonal Isolation Ballroom B
Session Chairpersons Iain Cooper - Schlumberger, Alfred William Eustes - Colorado School of Mines
This session discusses issues related to mud displacement and cement placement in deepwater
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189682 Drilling Application of an Innovative Spacer System Designed for Optimal Performance in HTHP Wells A. Doan, Baker Hughes Inc; A.C. Holley, Baker Hughes; M.G. Kellum, Baker Hughes Inc; S. Dighe, Baker Hughes, Inc.; C. Arceneaux, K. Conrad, Chevron Corporation
1415-1445 189587 Drilling Flexible, Self-Healing Cement Eliminated Sustained Casing Pressure in Denver Julesburg Basin Unconventional Wells M.M. Langley, M.A. Cleveland, J.T. Eulberg, M. Hudson, Schlumberger
1445-1515 189685 Completions The Application of Wellbore Strengthening to Achieve Zonal Isolation R. Majidi, A.T. Dondale, N.C. Braley, R. Flores, BP America Inc.
1600-1630 189635 Completions Minimizing the Risk of Casing Failures Across Plastic Salts with Tailored Cements and Software Analysis: Case Histories from the Williston Basin, North Dakota

J.F. Pereira, S. Jandhyala, Halliburton
1630-1700 189580 Production & Operations Perf & Wash Cement Placement Technique as a Cost-effective Solution for Permanent Abandonment of a Well with Multiple Permeable Zones: A Case Study from North Sea, UK G. Joneja, S. Nafikova, J. Reid, A. Rublevskyi, J. Salazar, Schlumberger
1700-1730 189646 Drilling Mud-Cement Displacement in Eccentric Annuli: Analytical Solution, Instability Analysis, and Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations H.K. Foroushan, M.E. Ozbayoglu, University of Tulsa; P. Gomes, BP Exploration Operating Co; S.Z. Miska, M. Yu, University of Tulsa
13:45 - 17:30
06  Directional Drilling and Hole Placement II Ballroom C
Session Chairpersons Blaine Dow - Schlumberger, Martyn Ian Greensmith - Merlin ERD
Direction Drilling and has enabled the Oil and Gas Industry to develop difficult to reach reservoirs. This session will look at improved efficiencies and best practices
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189613 Drilling Twist Compensation Reduces Trajectory Tortuosity and Improves ROP A. Kyllingstad, NOV
1415-1445 189702 Drilling Probabilistic Real-Time Trajectory Control Considering Uncertainties of Drilling Parameters and Rock Properties

Z. Liu, R. Samuel, Halliburton
1445-1515 189612 Drilling Anti-Collision Best Practices Developed for Horizontal Drilling Across Pre-existing Horizontal Wellbores.

E.E. Britton, Sundance Energy; R. Grande, Liberty Resources LLC
1600-1630 189697 Drilling Real-Time Downhole Data Resolves Lithology Related Drilling Behavior C. Viens, T. Clark, Nabors Drilling Solutions; J.D. Lightfoot, C. Mercado, Occidental Oil and Gas Corporation
1630-1700 189668 Drilling How To Manage Geomagnetic Field Disturbances In The Northern Auroral Zone To Improve Accuracy Of Magnetic Mwd Directional Surveys
I. Edvardsen, Baker Hughes, a GE company; E. Nyrnes, Statoil ASA; M. Gullikstad Johnsen, UiT, the Arctic University of Norway; T. Lynne Hansen, NA; I. Aarnes, Baker Hughes, a GE company
1700-1730 189639 Drilling HPHT Wells Spudded Utilising a Rotary Steerable System Below a 26"x 36” Hole Opener to Improve Tophole Drilling Performance K.B. Hyland, Maersk Oil; M. Laing, Schlumberger; G. Mathieson, Maersk Oil; D. O'Neill, F. Boyce, A.J. Keen, A. Tarn, R. Milne, Schlumberger
Alternate 189654 Drilling Probability of Wellbore Intercept Made Easy

J.M. Codling, Halliburton
15:15 - 16:00
17:30 - 18:30

Wednesday, March 07

07:00 - 17:00
07:00 - 17:00
08:00 - 10:00
07  Performance Drilling Ballroom A
Session Chairpersons Graham Mensa-Wilmot - Chevron Corporation, Junichi Sugiura - Scout Downhole Inc
Performance drilling contributes to cycle time and project costs reductions. These benefits are achieved when different projects are analyzed to ensure identification of their critical performance drivers. This session highlights the importance of big data analysis, and automation of optimized drilling parameters, as a means to identifying and addressing critical performance drilling challenges
Time Paper # Presentation
0800-0830 189583 Drilling Drilling Analysis Using Big Data Has Been Misused and Abused E.E. Maidla, proNova; W.R. Maidla, TDE Petr Data Solutions; J.M. Rigg, TDE Petroleum Data Solutions; M. Crumrine, P.W. Zoellner, proNova-TDE Petroleum Data Solutions, Inc.
0830-0900 189602 Drilling Real-time Bit Wear Monitoring And Prediction Using Surface Mechanics Data Analytics: A Step Toward Digitization Through Agile Development Y. Liu, J. Kibbey, Y. Bai, X. Wu, Shell International Exploration and Production Inc
0900-0930 189608 Drilling Drilling Interbedded and Hard Formations with PDC Bits Considering Structural Integrity Limits
P.E. Pastusek, ExxonMobil Development Co.; D.M. Sanderson, XTO Energy; A. Minkevicius, Z. Blakeman, J.R. Bailey, ExxonMobil Development Co.
0930-1000 189585 Drilling Development of and Validating a Procedure for Drillstring Fatigue Analysis
W. Chen, Y. Shen, G. Yun, Y. Dong, R. Chen, Schlumberger
Alternate 189698 Drilling Percussion Performance Drilling Motor Delivered Extreme Cost Saving In Hard and Abrasive Formation in Ahnet Basin, Algeria. S. Ziani, S. Fetayah, A. Boudebza, SONATRACH; M. Bendoudou, Y. Bouabba, M. Fatah, National Oilwell Varco
08:00 - 10:00
08  Data and Automation I Ballroom B
Session Chairpersons Riaz R Israel - BP America Inc, Robin Andrew Macmillan - National Oilwell Varco
Authors will highlight the testing of automotive systems and robotic abilities to deliver and analyze samples
Time Paper # Presentation
0800-0830 189700 Drilling Self-Learning Probabilistic Detection and Alerting of Drillstring Washout and Pump Failure Incidents During Drilling Operations A. Ambrus, P. Ashok, D. Ramos, A. Chintapalli, Intellicess Inc.; A. Susich, Apache Corp; T.S. Thetford, B. Nelson, Apache Corp.; M. Shahri, J. McNab, Apache Corp; M. Behounek, Apache Corp.
0830-0900 189680 Drilling Automation Provides Unique Insights Of The Rock Record And Subsurface Through The Delivery Of A Robotic Sample Collection And Analysis Device. D. Tonner, A.R. Swanson, R.G. Hollingshead, S.N. Hughes, Diversified Well Logging; S. Secrest, B. McDaniel, PetroLegacy Energy; J. Leeper, Solid Automation
0900-0930 189591 Management & Information Recorded Well Data Enriches the Testing of Automation Systems by Using a Deep Neural Network Approach Y. Yu, S. Chambon, Q. Liu, J. Belaskie, Schlumberger
0930-1000 189708 Drilling Integrated Analytical Trajectory Control Model C. Gomez, Robert Gordon University; C. Nunez, Total E&P; R. Samuel, Well Engineering Research Center for Intelligent Automation, University of Houston
Alternate 189598 Drilling Wellbore Instability Prediction Using Adaptive Analytics and Empirical Mode Decomposition A. Lin, M. Alali, S. Almasmoom, University of Southern California; R. Samuel, Halliburton
Alternate 189696 Drilling Real-Time Well Construction Process Inference Through Probabilistic Data Fusion S. Chambon, S. Venkatakrishnan, M.K. Hamzah, J. Belaskie, Y. Yu, Schlumberger
Alternate 189620 Drilling Dynamic Axially-Stiff String Model for Tripping Operations in Directional Wellbores Z. Zamanipour, S.Z. Miska, University of Tulsa; P.R. Hariharan, Shell
08:00 - 10:00
09  Case Studies I Ballroom C
Session Chairpersons Gregory Steven Payette - Exxon Mobil Corporation, Alfred William Eustes - Colorado School of Mines
A wide range of case studies related to real time optimization to process safety will be discussed during this session.
Time Paper # Presentation
0800-0830 189699 Drilling Offshore Well Intersection and Casing Pull Through to Deliver Pipeline Segment
B.A. Leonard, D.W. Pfeifer, G. Katuaga, P.J. Clark, G.T. Armistead, Chevron Corporation
0830-0900 189597 Drilling Unconventional Drilling in the New Mexico Delaware Basin Case History J.B. Willis, Occidental Oil and Gas Corporation; D. Tellez Muradas, R. Neel, G.A. Caraway, D.W. Adam, J. Rodriguez, Occidental Oil & Gas Corp
0900-0930 189678 Production & Operations Real-Time Eye-Tracking System to Evaluate and Enhance Situation Awareness and Process Safety in Drilling Operations
R. Kiran, S. Salehi, J. Jeon, University of Oklahoma; Z. Kang, Department Industrial & System Engineering, University of Oklahoma
0930-1000 189660 Drilling Case Study: Reactive Torque Failure Prevention G. Pettit, T H Hill Associates
Alternate 189615 Drilling Modeling of Cuttings Lag Distribution in Directional Drilling to Evaluate Depth Resolution of Mud Logging

S. Naganawa, University of Tokyo; M. Suzuki, K. Ikeda, N. Inada, R. Sato, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation
Alternate 189703 Drilling Artificial Islands vs. Wellhead Towers: Search for Optimized Infrastructure for Shallow-Water Developments
J.E. Hess, M. Franco, B. Gille, Halliburton
10:00 - 10:45
10:00 - 17:00
10:45 - 12:15
GEN 003  Plenary: New Frontiers: Plays, Technology and Demand Ballroom B
Moderator(s) David Reid - National Oilwell Varco
Speaker(s) Dietmar Reicht - voestalpine AG, Karl Blanchard - Weatherford, Guillermo Bernal - Pemex E&P, James Knowlton Wicklund - Credit Suisse, ShaChelle Manning - Pioneer Natural Resources
The market has been heavily focused on survival and fast returns where possible. Whilst many existing and known environments have been highly optimized the future has demands that will be challenging, technologies that will be world changing, business models that will evolve beyond desperate risk shifting of downturns to new practical changes that serve the whole business and regions of the world will become hotspots beyond our current experience. The sure thing in the future is it will be different and change is coming our way. This panel will be pulling experts in assessing, predicting, planning and producing a different future to give us ideas on where we should be generally moving if not challenging our status quo. This session will disrupt our norms with unexpected and insightful ideas and discussion around possible futures to give us some food for thought and action before it catches us unawares. Executive thought leaders with leading strategists, regulators, technologists, and financial influencers will drive an exciting and dynamic must see for the drilling conference.

Session Moderator:

David Reid
National Oilwell Varco

Session Speakers:

Dietmar Reicht
voestalpine AG

Karl Blanchard
Weatherford International Ltd

Guillermo Bernal Miranda
PEMEX

James Knowlton Wicklund
Credit Suisse

ShaChelle Manning
Pioneer Natural Resources

12:15 - 13:45
12:15 - 13:45
YP 01  YP Luncheon Room 201A
Moderator(s) Karen Bashford-Provence - ConocoPhillips Co, Riaz R Israel - BP America Inc
Speaker(s) Kathleen Halvorson Dory - Wells Superintendent for Gulf of Mexico, BP
We know our industry is quickly approaching a significant change in demographics. The new professionals entering the work force are bright and talented. Our responsibility is to ensure those young minds have the right information and training to succeed. By having strong programs for those entering the industry, we secure our ability to continue supplying energy for the world. Developing young professionals’ technical and soft skills continues to be an important goal for SPE and IADC. Join us for this very exciting and informative luncheon for an opportunity to help Young Professionals in the industry thrive in their career path in such a competitive environment.
13:45 - 17:30
10  Drilling Dynamics and Mechanics Ballroom A
Session Chairpersons Graham Mensa-Wilmot - Chevron Corporation, Junichi Sugiura - Scout Downhole Inc
Understanding drilling mechanics and downhole drilling dynamics is key to drilling efficiency improvement and reductions in non-productive time. These attributes enhance downhole tool life and contribute to cycle time and project cost reductions. This session showcases the latest developments in drilling mechanics, with regards to mitigation measures, drilling efficiency monitoring, and performance improvements
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189630 Drilling Lab-Scale Drilling Rig Autonomously Mitigates Downhole Dysfunctions and Geohazards Through Bit Design, Control System and Machine Learning
E. Zarate Losoya, T. Cunningham, I. El-Sayed, S. Noynaert, Texas A&M University; F. Florence, Rig Operations LLC
1415-1445 189673 Drilling Improved Methods to Understand and Mitigate Stick-Slip Torsional Vibrations
J.R. Bailey, ExxonMobil Development Co.; G.S. Payette, Exxon Mobil Corporation; L. Wang, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.
1445-1515 189710 Drilling Measurement of Dynamics Phenomena in Downhole Tools - Requirements, Theory and Interpretation

A. Hohl, C. Herbig, P. Arevalo, Baker Hughes; H. Reckmann, Baker Hughes Inc; J.D. Macpherson, Baker Hughes
1600-1630 189600 Drilling Backward Whirl Testing and Modeling With Realistic Borehole Contacts for Enhanced Drilling Tool Reliability
T.M. Popp, H.C. Stibbe, D. Heinisch, H. Reckmann, Baker Hughes; P.D. Spanos, Rice University
1630-1700 189642 Drilling On the Importance of Boundary Conditions for Real-time Transient Drill-string Mechanical Estimations E. Cayeux, Intl Research Inst of Stavanger
1700-1730 189582 Drilling A New Workflow for Estimating Bit Wear and Monitoring Drilling Efficiency in Real Time During Drilling Operations
E. Millan, M. Ringer, Schlumberger
Alternate 189618 Drilling Reconstruction of Pipe Displacement Based on High-Frequency Triaxial Accelerometer Measurements E. Cayeux, Intl Research Inst of Stavanger
13:45 - 17:30
11  Drilling Fluids and Wellbore Strengthening Ballroom B
Session Chairpersons Marcel L Boucher - Bos Solutions, Hermann F Spoerker - Saudi Aramco D&WO
This session continues the discussion of improved efficiencies and best practices in directional drilling
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189648 Drilling In-situ Fluid Rheological Behavior Characterization Using Data Analytics Techniques
R. Ettehadi Osgouei, R. May, T. Dahl, Baker Hughes; D.K. Clapper, R.T. Swartwout, Baker Hughes Inc
1415-1445 189633 Drilling How to Test for Compatibility between Fluids and Shales E. van Oort, The University of Texas At Austin
1445-1515 189577 Drilling Nanocellulose and Biopolymer Blends For High-Performance Water-Based Drilling Fluids
L.J. Hall, Formerly Halliburton; J.P. Deville, C.M. Santos, Halliburton; O.J. Rojas, C.S. Araujo, North Carolina State University
1600-1630 189589 Drilling A Practical Model for Wellbore Strengthening K. Chellappah, BP Exploration; R. Majidi, BP America Inc; M.S. Aston, BP Exploration; J.M. Cook, Schlumberger
1630-1700 189584 Drilling A Practical Method to Monitor Wellbore Strengthening Particle Concentration M.W. Alberty, Z. Yao, Hess Corp.
1700-1730 189574 Drilling Engineered Nutshell Particles for Wellbore Strengthening K. Chellappah, M.S. Aston, BP Exploration; S. Savari, Halliburton Co.; D.L. Whitfill, Halliburton
Alternate 189628 Drilling Robust MMH Drilling Fluid Mitigates Losses, Eliminates Casing Interval On 200+ Wells in the Permian Basin M. Offenbacher, N. Erick, M. Christiansen, AES Drilling Fluids; C. Smith, CES Energy Solutions; T. Barnard, R. Farrell, Occidental Oil and Gas Corporation
13:45 - 17:30
12  Data Analytics Ballroom C
Session Chairpersons Curtis Alan Cheatham - Corva, Eric Maidla - proNova
Imagine completely man less operations, remote operations and more. Authors will provide the new techniques in data analysis.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 189663 Drilling Optimizing Remote Operations Support Using an Effective Real-Time Model for Improved Drilling Performance
S. Robert, W.S. Fiffick, D. Davis, R. Guillory, Canrig Drilling Technology LTD.; J. Myers, Nabors Drilling Solutions; C. Mandava, Nabors Industries
1415-1445 189576 Drilling A Comprehensive Real-Time Data Analysis Tool for Fluid Gains and Losses
P. Andia, R.V. Sant, N. Whiteley, BP
1445-1515 189595 Drilling Rapid Development of Real-Time Drilling Analytics System D. Cao, C.W. Loesel, S.S. Paranji, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
1600-1630 189707 Completions Drilling as an Evaluation Tool in Horizontal Shale Wells J. Mace, Greylock Energy
1630-1700 189605 Management & Information Automated Large Data Processing: A Storyboarding Process to Quickly Extract Knowledge from Large Drilling Datasets G.S. Saini, H. Chan, P. Ashok, E. van Oort, The University of Texas At Austin; M.R. Isbell, Hess Corp.
1700-1730 189604 Completions Well Integrity: Coupling Data-driven and Physics of Failure Methods B. Das, SafeQ Services; R. Samuel, University of Houston
15:15 - 16:00

Thursday, March 08

07:00 - 12:45
08:00 - 10:00
08:00 - 09:30
13  Tubulars I Ballroom A
Session Chairpersons Robello Samuel - Halliburton, Thomas Michael Redlinger - T H Hill Associates, Inc.
This session will discuss innovations and case studies associated with tubular and recent technology provided.
Time Paper # Presentation
0800-0830 189681 Drilling The Barlow Equation for Tubular Burst: a Muddled History
A.J. Adams, K. Grundy, C.M. Kelly, Nexen Petroleum UK Ltd; B. Lin, P.W. Moore, U.S. Steel Tubular Products
0830-0900 189664 Completions Application of a New Dynamic Tubular Stress Model with Friction N.R. Zwarich, ConocoPhillips; A.R. McSpadden, M.A. Goodman, R. Trevisan, Altus Well Experts Inc.; R.F. Mitchell, Well Complete LLC
0900-0930 189588 Drilling Breaking The Performance/cost Paradigm In Drill Pipe Connections In Extended Reach Drilling.
G. Plessis, NOV Grant Prideco; A. Muradov, National Oilwell Varco; G.R. Brown, NOV Grant Prideco; J. Dugas, B. White, Quail Tools LP; D. Daley, Concho
08:00 - 09:30
14  Data and Automation II Ballroom B
Session Chairpersons Olawale Oredolapo - Baker Hughes, a GE Company, Sarah Kern - Helmerich & Payne Intl Drlg Co
Data and Automation quality and improvements will be discussed and how companies are working to solve these issues.
Time Paper # Presentation
0800-0830 189626 Drilling Operators’ Group, Rig Contractors, and OEM/Service Company
Work to Solve Rig Data Quality Issues
M. Behounek, Apache Corp.; D.H. Nguyen, ConocoPhillips Co; S. Halloran, Ensign Energy Services, Inc.; M.R. Isbell, Hess Corp.; C. Mandava, Nabors Industries; N. Vinay, Nabors Corporate Services, Inc; J. McMullen, Noble Corporation; C.A. Hoefling, National Oilwell Varco Downhole Tools Division
0830-0900 189636 Drilling An Algorithm to Automatically Zero Weight on Bit and Differential Pressure and Resulting Improvements in Data Quality A. Neufeldt, S.W. Lai, S.D. Kristjansson, Pason Systems Corporation
0900-0930 189683 Drilling Measuring Land Drilling Performance J.B. Willis, Occidental Oil and Gas Corp; R.A. Jackson, Occidental Oil and Gas Corporation
08:00 - 09:30
15  Managed Pressure Drilling Ballroom C
Session Chairpersons John Laurence Thorogood - Drilling Global Consultant LLP, Crispin Chatar - Schlumberger
Topics in this session include automating, manufacturing and integrating MPD into Drilling Systems
Time Paper # Presentation
0800-0830 189645 Drilling Design and Manufacture of an Original Equipment Manufacturer Deepwater Managed Pressure Drilling Integrated Solution B. Dow, C. Kamps, Schlumberger; J. Baker, Schlumberger Dynamic Pressure Management; S. Likki, C. Guzman, Schlumberger; B.W. Liezenberg, Schlumberger Dynamic Pressure Management; J. Guidry, Schlumberger
0830-0900 189578 Drilling Using Simulator to prepare for Total Loss risk scenarios utilizing Controlled Mud Cap Drilling in the Barents-sea S.I. Oedegaard, eDrilling; L. Hollman, Blade Energy Partners; G. Smaaskjaer, Lundin Norway AS; E. Claudey, Enhanced Drilling; Ø. Mehus, Oiltec Solutions; T. Andreassen, Maersk Training; J. Nabavi, eDrilling
0900-0930 189657 Drilling Attenuating Heave-induced Pressure Oscillations using Automated Down-hole Choking M. Kvernland, M.Ø. Christensen, Heavelock AS; H. Borgen, Techni AS; J. Godhavn, Statoil ASA; O.M. Aamo, S. Sangesland, Norwegian University of Science & Technology
09:30 - 10:15
10:15 - 12:45
16  Tubulars II Ballroom A
Session Chairpersons Robello Samuel - Halliburton, Thomas Michael Redlinger - T H Hill Associates, Inc.
Continued discussion of Tubular with new designs.
Time Paper # Presentation
1015-1045 189669 Drilling Unlocking Reserves in a Companies Operated High-Pressure Gas Field Through Reliability Based Casing Design R.A. Miller, R.R. Ramtahal, O. Owoeye, BP
1045-1115 189632 Drilling Qualification Methodology for Advanced Rotary Shouldered Threaded Connections

M. Du, F. Song, K. Li, T. Collins*, K. Moriarty**, Schlumberger
1115-1145 189670 Drilling New Design Limits Plot for Overview of Load-Resistance Relationship in Wellbore Tubular Design

Z. Liu, R. Samuel, A.C. Gonzales, Y. Kang, Halliburton
1145-1215 189693 Drilling Premature Failures of Rotary-Shouldered Connections (RSC) due to Improper Re-cut and Repair Procedures S.R. Koneti, S. Gokhale, T H Hill Associates
1215-1245 189690 Drilling Tubular Ratings Used in Well Containment Screening Tool S.M. Rahman, S.L. Mason, U.B. Sathuvalli, P. Lumley, Blade Energy Partners
Alternate 189712 Drilling Dilatancy and Pressure Dependence of Threaded Connection Performance
R.F. Mitchell, Well Complete; M.A. Goodman, Altus Well Experts Inc.
Alternate 189686 Drilling Annular Casing Seal Test Method W.W. Fleckenstein, R. Baker, A.W. Eustes, Colorado School of Mines
Alternate 189650 Drilling Using Aluminum Drill Pipe with Axial Oscillation Tools to Significantly Improve Drilling Performance K. Mills, S. Menand, Drillscan; R.J. Grissom, Otto Fuchs Drilling Solutions USA; P. Kaufmann, Otto Fuchs KG; C. Schulte, N. Evans, Otto Fuchs Drilling Solutions
10:15 - 12:45
17  Bits and Downhole Tools Ballroom B
Session Chairpersons Dan Eugene Scott - Consultant, Danielle Moltz Fuselier - Baker Hughes, a GE company
This session will discuss lessons learned and improved bit design
Time Paper # Presentation
1015-1045 189638 Drilling Footage in STACK lateral of Oklahoma Increased by 185% Through New Non-Planar PDC Cutter Geometry Development and Implementation N.J. Lyons, K.T. Izbinski, A. Pauli, D.E. Gavia, Baker Hughes GE; M. Hoffman, B. Cantrell, S. Bryant, Cimarex Energy Co.
1045-1115 189649 Drilling Stabilizer Selection Based on Physics and Lessons Learned
P.E. Pastusek, ExxonMobil Development Co.
1115-1145 189671 Drilling Novel Drill Bit Technology Combined with System Matcher Increases (Torque) Efficiency and Reduces Stick-Slip and Vibrations R. Rahmani, N. Omidvar, C. Hanley, National Oilwell Varco
1145-1215 189592 Drilling Mud Hammer Drilling in Hard Formations: Bit Design Improvements Lead to ROP Increase


L. Gerbaud, Mines ParisTech; R. Souchal, M. Tarek, Drillstar Industries
1215-1230 189667 Drilling Drilling in the Delaware Basin With Shaped Diamond Elements Reduces Vibration and Increases Reaching Target Depth
A. Phillips, C. Rickabaugh, J. Gray, M. Savage, Baker Hughes, a GE Company; J. Ramsey, Anadarko Petroleum Corp
10:15 - 12:45
18  Case Studies II Ballroom C
Session Chairpersons Pradeepkumar Ashok - UT Austin, Gregory Steven Payette - Exxon Mobil Corporation
Innovations are born when boundaries are pushed. This session represents focused work performed in particular fields to achieve significant performance improvements. New technologies are also showcased as a means to drilling wells with greater safety and efficiency. Ultimately case studies help people learn from others
Time Paper # Presentation
1015-1045 189688 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Real-time Quantitative Composition Of Formation Fluids While Drilling E. Colombel, N. Guerriero, M. Ringer, Schlumberger GSS
1045-1115 189616 Drilling Measuring Drilled Cuttings and Fluid Recovery by Real Time Mass Balance B.E. Smith, S. Grubb, M.B. Smith, WellWORC; J.G. Eller, J. Connelly, ConocoPhillips
1115-1145 189601 Drilling Improving Surface WOB Accuracy A. Kyllingstad, K. Thoresen, NOV
1145-1215 189653 Drilling Reducing Stick-Slip by Avoiding Auto-Driller Control Dysfunction D.W. Adam, Occidental Petroleum