IADC/SPE Asia Pacific Drilling Technology Conference and Exhibition 27 - 29 Aug 2018 Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld Bangkok, Thailand

Schedule

Monday, August 27

11:00 - 12:30
GP01  Executive Plenary Session: Reshaping for a Smart and Sustainable Future World Ballroom, Level 23
Moderator(s) Thom Payne - Westwood Global Energy Group
Speaker(s) Brad Middleton - Chevron Asia South Ltd, Marcus Chew - Energy Driling, Chayong Borisuitsawat - PTT E&P PLC, Raphael Siri - Sapura Drilling, David Mullen - Shelf Drilling, Etienne Roux - Weatherford
Since the last event held in Thailand in 2014, the industry has altered significantly. Evolving challenges such as oil price volatility, the "big crew change", and digital disruption, require new approaches in applying business models and technologies to achieve cost and operational efficiencies, whilst meeting stakeholders' expectations to preserve the core business and, at the same time, stimulate progress by exploring challenges, successes, and strategies to create a fit-for-purpose set of tools, systems, models, technologies and capabilities that will reshape the industry for a smart and sustainable future.

   

Brad Middleton
Chevron Asia South Ltd

Marcus Chew
Energy Driling

Chayong Borisuitsawat
PTT E&P PLC

Raphael Siri
Sapura Drilling

David Mullen
Shelf Drilling

Etienne Roux
Weatherford

13:15 - 13:45
EP1  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 1 Exhibition Hall A1, Level 22
Time Paper # Presentation
191069 Drilling Application of Artificial Intelligence to Predict Sonic Wave Transit Time in Unconventional Tight Sandstones A. Muqtadir, S.M. Elkatatny, Z. Tariq, A. Abdulraheem, M.A. Mahmoud, King Fahd U. of Petroleum and Minerals
191081 Drilling High Definition Reservoir Multi Boundary Mapping Delivered Highly Productive Horizontal Well in Challenging Clastic Reservoir and Faulted Area N.M. Rane, B. Al-Shammari, S. Al-Sabea, Kuwait Oil Co.; M. Wenang, M. Juyal, C. Keot, Schlumberger
191050 Completions Geometric Wellbore Analysis for Improved Completions A. Pile, R.P. Kerr, J.K. Wilson, Scientific Drilling International; O. Eatough, Total E&P
190998 Drilling High Challenging Tight Oil Development by Integrating Innovative Reservoir Boundary Detection Technology into High Efficiency Horizontal Drilling Campaign in West China J.F. Zhang, C. Zhi, J.X. Zhu, Y.P. Ye, PetroChina XOC; T. Li, F. Wang, Y. Wang, S.Z. Li, Schlumberger
191047 Drilling An Efficient Gas-Lift MPD Based on Dual-Channel Drillpipe B. Kang, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing and Sinopec Shengli Drilling Research Inst.; H. Fan, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing; J. Liu, Sinopec Research Inst. of Petroleum Engineering; Z. Wen, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing; S. Deng, Changzhou U.; S. Wang, Y. Chen, Y. Zhou, G. Feng, Z. Li, X. Yan, Sinopec Shengli Drilling Research Inst.
191077 Drilling Rock-Breaking Mechanism Study of Axial and Torsional Impact Hammer and Its Application in Deep Wells S. Liu, H. Ni, X. Wang, Y. Wang, P. Wang, China U. of Petroleum (East China)
191098 Drilling A Coupled CFD-DEM Numerical Study of Lost Circulation Material Transport in Actual Rock Fracture Flow Space Y. Feng, G. Li, Y. Meng, Southwest Petroleum U.
14:00 - 15:30
TS01  Technical Session 01: Well Design Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Darryl Eisler - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Habil Akram Rosland - Halliburton
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 191071 Drilling Successfully Drilling an Extremely Complex ERD, HPHT Exploration Well H. Alemi, U. Uzu, M. Pourtangestani, L.T. My, H. Maliekkal, Schlumberger
1420-1440 191064 Drilling Efficiency Improvement and Effective Sand Control Completion Unit by Drilling Rig in Zawtika M9 Development Field V. Benjaboonyazit, P. Chatporntanadul, K. Intrachai, M. Follett, M.G. Rutland, T. Kreethapon, C. Kongdachudomkul, PTTEP
1440-1500 190979 Drilling Using Simultaneous Gyro Measurements to Determine Orientation of Magnetic Ranging Instruments in a Vertical Environment G. Rassadkin, D. Ridgway, C.J. Moss, Scientific Drilling International
1500-1520 191019 Drilling Design Optimisation from 3 Strings to 2 Strings for Deep Wells in Sirikit Field
P. Tangkaprasert, S. Rattanachan, PTTEP; P. Watchalapong, Schlumberger Overseas S.A.
14:00 - 15:30
TS02  Technical Session 02: Drilling and Related Production Enhancement Lotus Suite 5 & 6, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Fikri Irawan - GEOLOG International, Ben Gedge - RMES & PV Drilling & Well Services
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 191087 Completions Innovative Solution for High Temperature High Gas Rate Carbonate Well N. Abdul Rashid, O. Fabian, M. Johari, M. Rosato, O.B. Samuel, M.R. Idris, S. Ong, M.R. Shaedin, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; W. Kweh, Weatherford Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
1420-1440 191006 Production & Operations Application of Velocity String to Improve Productivity from Bottom Pays after Hydraulic Fracturing in Multilayered Low Permeability Reservoir S. Anand, N. Johri, K. Chandak, R. Vijay, S. Tiwari, A. Bohra, U. Vijayvargiya, J. Khemchandani, Cairn Oil & Gas; I. Singh, A. Agarwal, Schlumberger
1440-1500 191066 Completions Significant Operation Efficiency Improvement of Cased Hole Gravel Pack Completion by Implementing Factory Completion Strategy A. Choodesh, M.G. Rutland, PTTEP International Ltd. (Yangon); C.W. Grant, T. Kreethapon, C. Phasook, PTTEP
1500-1520 190975 Drilling A Sustainable Approach to Production Increase in the Zawtika Field: Sand Control Assisted with Hydrofluoric Acidising C. Graham Grant, PTTEP; A. Choodesh, PTTEP International Ltd. (Yangon); C.R. Ramirez, A. Nusyirwan, D. Cahyanto Santoso, Halliburton
14:00 - 15:30
TS03  Technical Session 03: Performance and Profitability Lotus Suite 12, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Fredric Young - Al Qathani Management Services LLC, Jan Brakel - Shell
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 191038 Drilling Enhancing Technology Development Process through Purpose-Built Testing and Training Facilities A. Johnson, J. Fraczek, B. Anderson, AFGlobal Corp.
1420-1440 191058 Management & Information Achieving Repeatability and Reproducibility in Competency-Based Training H. Lau, National U. of Singapore; M. Pang, Consultant
1440-1500 191025 Drilling Achieving Performance Excellence through Integrated Efficiency Workflow Services
A. Soong, M. Arriffin, H.A. Rosland, B. Ismail, Halliburton
1500-1520 191086 Drilling Process, People and Technology: Synergy Leads to Performance Improvement, a Case from South Iraq M.P. Mee, A.V. Dementyev, Schlumberger
15:30 - 16:00
EP2  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 2 Exhibition Hall A1, Level 22
Time Paper # Presentation
191024 Drilling Critical Casing Points: Identification of Najmah Top and Sublayers with Wellsite Inorganic Geochemistry in Kuwait Carbonate Reservoir J.M. Dashti, M. Al-Awadi, M. Moshref, Kuwait Oil Co.; A. Shoeibi, A. Pozzi, J. Estarabadi, Geolog International
190989 Drilling CwD - Enables for Successful Extended Reach Drilling. First Time with 9 5/8” Casing at High Angle M. Shahrul Amar, M.A. Zaba, Schlumberger; A. Liew, Petrofac
191005 Completions Effects of Erosion on TP140 Casing Strength Due to Sandblasting during Sleeve Hydraulic Fracturing in Keshen Tight Gas Reservoir H. Geng, X. Chen, L. Cao, H. Liu, J. Liu, L. Li, PetroChina Tarim Oilfield Co.; S. Liu, China U. of Petroleum (East China)
191388 Drilling Drilling with Digital Twins D. Nadhan, M.G. Mayani, R. Rommetveit, eDrilling AS
191033 Drilling Circulating Temperatures in Complex Wellbores: A Quasi-Exact Solution S. Chandrasekhar, P. Suryanarayana, U. Sathuvalli, Blade Energy Partners
16:00 - 17:30
TS04  Technical Session 04: Tubulars Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Shankar Bhukya - NOV Grant Prideco, Habil Akram Rosland - Halliburton
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 191032 Drilling The Triaxial Limit and Safety Factor of an Anisotropic CRA Tubular U.B. Sathuvalli, P. Suryanarayana, S.M. Rahman, S. Chandrasekhar, Blade Energy Partners
1620-1640 190968 Drilling Focus on Reducing Cost of Ownership Drives the Development of the 4th Generation Drill Pipe Connection Design
G. Plessis, A. Muradov, D. Morgan, NOV Grant Prideco; J.N. Brock, A. Primeaux, Workstrings International
1640-1700 191061 Drilling Casing Drilling Technology as the Solution for Severe Lost Circulation: LSE Casing Drilling Pilot Project Case Study
S.F. Abdila, SKK Migas; A.M. Harahap, H. Yuristyanto, A. Muslim, Pertamina EP; B. Noviasta, H.M. Falhum, K. Astasari, Schlumberger
1700-1720 190981 Completions Analysis for Selection of Tubular Connections for HPHT Gas Well Completion J. Wang, CNPC Tubular Goods Research Inst.; H. Zhang, Y. Li, D. Zhu, C. Wang, Southwest Oil and Gas Field Co., Engineering Technology Research Inst., CNPC
16:00 - 17:30
TS05  Technical Session 05: Well Evaluation Lotus Suite 5 & 6, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Chansin Kaewwetchawong - PTTEP, Bob Kerr - Scientific Drilling, Robert F Ziegler - Weatherford
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 191011 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Defining Downhole Contribution/Injection Profile in Multi-Zone Completion by Temperature and Spectral Noise Logging
W. Toempromraj, T. Sangvaree, Y. Rattanarujikorn, C. Pahonpate, PTTEP; R. Karantharath, I. Aslanyan, R. Minakhmetova, L. Sungatullin, TGT Oilfield Services
1620-1640 191095 Production & Operations Cost and Operation Optimisation for Downhole Tractor Conveyance for Perforating in ERD Wells by Using Wireline Multistage Pressure Deployment System M.Z. Ibrahim, M.M. Ibrahim, C. Findlay, T. Techanukul, Carigali-PTTEPI Operating Co. Sdn. Bhd.; M.F. Noor Hassim, K. Wongyaowarat, M.R. Ramli, Schlumberger
1640-1700 191093 Reservoir Description & Dynamics A Quantitative Approach to Forecast Well Productivity while Drilling M. Li, CNOOC; G. Lei, Baker Hughes, a GE company; M. Zhang, CNOOC; S.B. Coskun, R. Sy, N.P. Hardikar, Baker Hughes, a GE company
1700-1720 191040 Completions Evaluation of Relative Permeability Modifiers in Sand-Control Applications: Case History, Results, and Improvements
A. Choodesh, C.W. Grant, K. Wuthicharn, PTTEP International Ltd. (Yangon); C.R. Ramirez, A. Nusyirwan, D.C. Santoso, Halliburton
16:00 - 17:30
TS06  Technical Session 06: Optimisation-MPD Lotus Suite 12, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Bot Viet Nguyen - PVD Well Services, Ben Gedge - RMES & PV Drilling & Well Services, Sharat Chandrasekhar - Blade Energy Partners
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 191074 Drilling Using Drill Pipe Connection Continuous Circulation Technology on a Geothermal Drilling Project in Indonesia to Reduce Stuck Pipe Events H. Pinkstone, T. McCluskey, A. MacGregor, AFGlobal Corp.; S. Scagliarini, Schlumberger; Y. Indrinanto, Star Energy
1620-1640 190991 Drilling A Precise MPD Technology to Reduce Risk in Drilling of Fractured Cavernous Carbonate with Narrow Pressure Margins
P. Chen, Y. Zhou, W. Liu, CNPC Engineering Technology R&D Co. Ltd.; J. Wang, CNPC Chuanqing Drilling Engineering Co. Ltd.
1640-1700 191099 Drilling Complete MPD Rigs: Is this the Future? B.J. Gedge, Regional Marine & Engineering and PVD Well Service Co. Ltd.; N. Yaw, D. Postel, J. Mardon, H. Frohlich, Regional Marine & Engineering Services Pte. Ltd., Singapore; N.V. Bot, N.T. Ban, V.H. Duc, PVD Well Services Co., Ltd.; B. Barbee, Ensco; H. Santos, Safekick Ltd; D. Gouldin, Seadrill
1700-1720 190997 Drilling Near Real-Time Monitoring of PDC Bit Condition and Associated NPT Mitigation Using Online Alkene Detection M. Regan, E. Carcione, A. Martocchia, Geolog International

Tuesday, August 28

09:00 - 10:30
TS07  Technical Session 07: High-Temperature and Downhole Tools Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Stephen Alexander Mcbride - Parami Energy, Kamolchai Pattanapong - PTTEP
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 191054 Drilling Thailand Joint Development Project Delivers 200°C M/LWD Triple Combo: Eliminating Wireline, Driving World Class Efficiency and Slashing Days Per Well
T. Kleawyothatis, J.C. Pruimboom, Weatherford KSP Ltd.; S. Dendandome, N. Pisarnbut, P. Thipmongkolsilp, Chevron Thailand Exploration & Production, Ltd.
0920-0940 191105 Drilling Effect of Synthesized AMPS-g-Clay/CuO NanoComposite on WBDFS for Challenging Formations N. Kumar, A. Kumar, S. Kumar, DIT University
0940-1000 191080 Drilling Development of Modified Rhizophora spp. Tannin Biopolymer Additive in Drilling Fluid System for High Temperature Well Applications N.A. Ghazali, U. of Tokyo; S. Naganawa, Akita U.; Y. Masuda, U. of Tokyo
1000-1020 191084 Drilling Overcoming the Challenges during Cementing Spacer Design for Deep Deviated HPHT Wells Containing Heavy Oil Based Muds
A. Brandl, A. Doan, A. Alegria, Baker Hughes, a GE company
09:00 - 10:30
TS08  Technical Session 08: Field Development Lotus Suite 5 & 6, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Fredric Young - Al Qathani Management Services LLC, Tomaso Ceccarelli - Schlumberger
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 191017 Completions Carbonate Acidising and Flowback Analysis - A Review and an Evaluation Method B.S. Aldakkan, A.M. Almoajil, K. Alnoaimi, Saudi Aramco
0920-0940 191088 Management & Information Aligning Field Development Options to Harsh Economic Conditions in an Offshore Brownfield in Malaysia P. Kumaran, D. Mandal, Z. Kadir, D. Kamat, R. Ibrahim, PETRONAS; J. Maldonado, G. Iskenova, S.K. Sharma, M. Abdul Rahman, T. Chabernaud, T.U. Ceccarelli, A. Syahir, F. Djarkasih, N. Abdul Rahman, J. Moreno, Schlumberger
0940-1000 191091 Production & Operations Driving Efficiencies in Well Intervention Operations

Y. Yong, Y. Azizan, A. Leong, Halliburton; Y. Song, R. Abdul Rani, Shell
1000-1020 191078 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Assessing the Impacts of Groundwater Intrusion to Production Efficiency and Proposing Solutions to Enhance Oil Recovery from Fractured Basement Reservoir in SuTuDen Field, Offshore Vietnam X.V. Tran, Ho Chi Minh City U. of Technology; T.V. Nguyen, Cuu Long JOC; T. Nguyen, K.X. Nguyen, N.B. Thai, T.Q. Truong, Ho Chi Minh City U. of Technology
09:00 - 10:30
TS09  Technical Session 09: Fluids and Cementing Lotus Suite 12, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Keith Rae - TAM International Asia Pacific Pty. Ltd., Suresh Kumar - Progrowth Energy
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 191049 Drilling Innovative and Cost-Effective Invert-Emulsion Fluids for Drilling Complex Wells M. Al-Bagoury, P. Revil, Elkem
0920-0940 191075 Drilling Filter Cake Buildup in Horizontal Wells: Characterisation and Impact on Removal Operation B.S. Hamzaoui, A.M. Al Moajil, S.X. Caliskan, S.S. Aldarweesh, Saudi Aramco
0940-1000 190970 Drilling Zonal Isolation in Horizontal Configurations: Dynamic Cement Placement Approach Applied in Argentina, a Case Study
S. Ficetti, P. Silva, R. Revilla, Schlumberger; N. Torgau, N. Carestia, Wintershall
1000-1020 191062 Drilling Study to Evaluate the Effect of Using Expansion Materials with Cement Slurry for High-Pressure/High-Temperature Wells A. Shafqat, S. Taoutaou, R. Abdurrahman, A.A. Maksoud, L. Otaremwa, Schlumberger
10:30 - 11:00
EP3  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 3 Exhibition Hall A1, Level 22
Time Paper # Presentation
191097 Drilling Learning from Experience: Real-Time H2S Monitoring System Using Fuzzy ART Unsupervised Learning E. Alkamil, Missouri U. of Science and Technology/U. of Basrah; A.K. Abbas, Missouri U. of Science and Technology/Iraqi Drilling Co.; R.E. Flori, Missouri U. of Science and Technology; L. Brito da Silva, Missouri U. of Science and Technology/CAPES Foundation; D. Wunsch II, Missouri U. of Science and Technology; C. Chumkratoke, Suranaree U. of Technology
190996 Drilling A New Fatigue Management Workflow for BHA Integrity Risk Reduction H.G. Suryadi, Schlumberger
191029 Drilling BD Gas Field Near-HPHT and Critical Sour Development: A Journey to Maintain Well Integrity Y. Tian, K. Yustendi, J. Lian, M.O. Etuhoko, A. Soufanny, Husky CNOOC Madura Ltd.; K. Jiang, L. Luo, M. Xiang, C. Chang, CNOOC International Ltd.; A.P. Diemert, Husky Energy
191010 Drilling Integrated Solution to Optimise Drilling Efficiency and Production in Marginal Tight Oil Field Development: A Case from Songliao Basin, North China W. Wang, Y.W. Zhao, H.Z. Xue, H.J. Wang, J. Chen, CNPC-Daqing; F. Wang, Z.R. Fu, C. Li, C.Q. Chen, S. Wang, Schlumberger; X.W. Yuan, HOPEC
190967 Drilling Development of Low Toxicity and High Temperature Polymer Drilling Fluid for Environmentally Sensitive Offshore Drilling X. Liu, CNPC Boxing Co. of China National Petroleum Offshore Engineering Co., Ltd.; B. Xie, Yangtze U.; Y. Gao, H. Gu, Y. Ma, Y. Zhang, CNPC Boxing Co. of China National Petroleum Offshore Engineering Co., Ltd.; R. Zhang, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing; Q. Li, Southwest Petroleum U.
190982 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Application of Temporary-Blocking Fracturing Technology in Casing-Deformed Shale Gas Well N. Liu, M. Liu, CNPC Greatwall Drilling Co.
191051 Drilling Drilling Optimisation in Hard and Abrasive Basement Rock Using a Conical Diamond Element Bit S.F. Abdila, SKK Migas; J. Sondang, P. Maaruf, Pertamina EP; M.Y. Mardiana, B. Noviasta, K. Astasari, H.B. Febriarto, Schlumberger
11:00 - 12:30
PS01  Panel Session 01: What's Next in the Future for Drilling Rigs Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Moderator(s) Eric R. Wagner - Chevron Thailand E&P Ltd, Kirk Atkinson - Noble Corp
Speaker(s) Yun Yun Teo - IHS Markit, David Reid - National Oilwell Varco, Waldemar Szemat - Schlumberger, William Gu - SembCorp Marine, Johan Surewaard - Shell
As the petroleum industry recovers from market lows and business recovers, we ask ourselves, what is next? This panel session shall discuss these and other appropriate topics including:
- Rig utilisation forecasts
- Regions for future growth
- Rig types for expansion: Land, shelf, deep or ultra-deep water
- Rig retirements, cold vs warm stacking and reactivation
- Shipyard activity: Upgrades vs new build construction
- New technologies in rig components or service delivery
- Data management and work processes
-Partnerships between drilling contractors and drilling service providers

The industry's needs to position for recovery and forecasting is an integral component in the planning for next phase. Identifying both type of rig and regions for growth will advance the planning for the next stage of activity.

Drilling Rigs will continue to be retired, however many others will return from stacking to active operation. There is opportunity to support the industry's recovery by introducing and applying new technology, data management, work processes and operating philosophies. This includes adding new rig components through new builds and rig upgrades as well as rig and service provider alliances to offer streamlined solutions. We need to be positioned for the evolution of our drilling industry.

Yun Yun Teo
IHS Markit


David Reid
National Oilwell Varco Malaysia Inc.

Waldemar Szemat
Schlumberger

William Gu
SembCorp Marine

Johan Surewaard
Shell

13:15 - 13:45
EP4  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 4 Exhibition Hall A1, Level 22
Time Paper # Presentation
190999 Production & Operations Application of Artificial Intelligent Techniques to Quantify the Wellhead Performance for Gas Condensate Reservoirs M. Eliebid, A. Hassan, A. Abdulraheem, King Fahd U. of Petroleum and Minerals
190980 Production & Operations Acquisition of Downhole Pressures without Downhole Gauges in the Gulf of Thailand via the Self-Powered Intelligent Data Retriever
W. Pattarachupong, N. Piyakunkiat, T. Ananwattanasuk, T. Sirirattanachatchawan, S. Sompopsart, W. Toempromraj, PTTEP; D. Koseluk, D.B. Finley, M. Redman, R. Wattanasuwankorn, Halliburton
191108 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Optimising Heavy Oilfield Development through Innovative Logging while Drilling and Horizontal Well Steam Stimulation with Multiple Fluids Technologies in Bohai Bay B.Q. Zhang, F. Liu, CNOOC-Tianjin; B. Zhang, C.H. Zuo, CNOOC-Energe Development Ltd.; X.W. Zhang, Offshore Oil Engineering Ltd.; X.N. Yu, F. Wang, T.Y. Xu, K. Wu, Z. Hu, Schlumberger; X.W. Yuan, HOPEC
191030 Production & Operations The Platform to Optimise the Stranded Well Potential H.B. Bakar, D. Watchawong, R. Raja Sahar, M. Saleh, W. Wan Muhaimin, S. Mohd Jeffry, Z. Yahia, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
191116 Drilling A New Generation Environment Friendly Water-Based Drilling Fluid and Field Applications Q. Zhu, Y. Wang, Y.Q. Zhang, CNPC Bohai Drilling Engineering Co. Ltd.; Z.H. Sun, Engineering Technology Inst. of PetroChina Huabei Oilfield Co.; Y. Wei, R.P. Wang, CNPC Bohai Drilling Engineering Co. Ltd.
191111 Completions Experimental Investigation on Pore Characteristics and Carrying Capacity of Longmaxi Shale under Liquid Nitrogen Freezing and Thawing L. Jiang, Y. Cheng, Z. Han, Q. Gao, C. Yan, G. Wang, China U. of Petroleum (East China); H. Wang, CCCC Marine Construction & Development Co., Ltd.; L. Fu, Changzhou U.
14:00 - 15:30
TS10  Technical Session 10: Bit/BHA/Geomechanics Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Nick Wasuthalainunt - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Leongsakol Chinarat - PTTEP
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 191100 Drilling Conical Diamond Element PDC Bit as a Breakthrough to Drill Hard Geothermal Formation in Indonesia F. Gunawan, W. Krisnanto, Pertamina Geothermal Energy; M.Y. Mardiana, B. Noviasta, H.B. Febriarto, Schlumberger
1420-1440 191045 Drilling A Successful High-Ratio Hole Opening Utilising a Dual Underreamer Saved Drilling Time in a Shale Gas Exploration Well S.F. Abdila, SKK Migas; E. Anuraga, S. Prayitno, Pertamina EP; M.Y. Mardiana, B. Noviasta, K. Pratama, H. Febriarto, K. Astasari, I. Agustina, Schlumberger
1440-1500 191046 Drilling Experimental Study of Frictional Pressure Loss for Eccentric Drillpipe in Horizontal Wells M. Khatibi, E. Wiktorski, D. Sui, R. Time, U. of Stavanger
1500-1520 191096 Drilling Step Change in BHA Reliability and Performance Due to Utilisation of Downhole Drilling Dynamics Services H. Reckmann, A. Hohl, H. Oueslati, O. Akimov, Baker Hughes, a GE company
14:00 - 15:30
TS11  Technical Session 11: Case Studies - Production Enhancement Lotus Suite 5 & 6, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Wiwat Pattarachupong - PTTEP, Feng Gui - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Basker Stargard Murugappan - TAQA
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 190974 Drilling Non-Portland Cement Slurry Development and Application for Ultrahigh-Temperature Geothermal Well with Supercritical Conditions
G. Di Martino, A. Ruch, Halliburton
1420-1440 190992 Drilling Drilling and Acidising Sandstone Stringers—Sludge Characterisation and Acid Interactions with Rock Minerals: Integrated Geochemical and Engineering Techniques B. Ghassal, A.M. Al Moajil, S.T. Abdelbaqi, A.A. Al-Rustum, Saudi Aramco
1440-1500 191114 Completions Fracture Treatment Design in the Lower Miocene Reservoir, Offshore Vietnam T.H. Nguyen, PetroVietnam U.
1500-1530 191079 Completions When to Tolerate Bad Cementing for Hydraulic Fracturing Job S. Suprihono, S. Belhaj, Medco Energi
14:00 - 15:30
TS12  Technical Session 12: New Technologies - Drilling Completions and Production Lotus Suite 12, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Henry Pinkstone - AFGlobal, Jan Brakel - Shell, Suwin Sompopsart - PTTEP
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 191031 Completions Intelligent Completions First Implementation of Injector Multi-Zones - Injectivity Optimisation and Efficiency for IOR Integrated Operation M. Razak, A. Khalid, N. Sapian, A. Abu Bakar, O.B. Samuel, M. Khalid, S. Mohd, M. Bakar, M.S. Saeed Salih, J.B. Ruvalcaba, N.S. Sadan, M. Misron, A. A Satar, A. Jamal, N. A'akif Fadzil, L. Mohr, N. Ahmad Tajuddin, PETRONAS; S. Kalidas, N. P Mosar, G. Goh, T. Tan, R. Palanisamy, D. Luke, Schlumberger
1420-1440 191027 Drilling Fracture Optimisation Orientated Geosteering within a "Fracable Window" can Improve Production Performance Y. Yao, N. Zhang, Baker Hughes, a GE company; Q. Li, Y. Yang, J. Zheng, M. Chen, L. Yang, H. Zhou, Z. Zhang, Changning Shale Gas Co., PetroChina
1440-1500 191015 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Rig Time Optimisation and Risk Mitigation Utilising through Drillpipe Logging Technique with Slim Wireline Logging Suite H. Ngo, P. Chommali, T. Charucharana, S. Rattanachan, K. Ung-aram, P. Tangkaprasert, C. Thiangtham, PTTEP; V. Pinprayong, Weatherford Wireline Services
1500-1520 191102 Production & Operations The First CT Fiber-Optic Digital Implementation in Asia Pacific to Support Real-Time Perforation Depth Correlations and Enhance Wellbore Cleanout Efficiency in Horizontal Well, Thailand P. Thawatthukool, W. Toempromraj, S. Sompopsart, P. Lilaprathuang, D. Weeramethachai, T. Kiatrabile, S. Krisadasima, PTTEP; R. Wattanasuwankorn, I. Pathmanathan, K. Kritsanaphak, A. Kangsadarn, T. Daohmareeyor, J. Bohorquez, Halliburton
15:30 - 16:00
EP5  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 5 Exhibition Hall A1, Level 22
Time Paper # Presentation
190973 Drilling Successful UBD Application through the Full Operation Cycle of the Production Section on an Exploration Gas Well in Thailand: A Case History P. Wang, Weatherford
191042 Drilling Minimising Excess, Mitigating Losses and Improving Cementing Job Quality along Challenging Tophole Sections by a Simplified Novel Spacer-Cement Train: Evaluation of 3 Case Histories Offshore Malaysia
A. Brandl, Baker Hughes, a GE company
191014 Drilling First Time Application of Bit with Unique-Geometry Cutting Element and Step Change Drilling Automation Software Set New Performance Benchmarks in Northern Kuwait Fields D. Al-Enezi, T. Al-Wehaidah, B. Gowsami, M. Al-Salamin, S.S. Sulaiman, Y. Takate, M. Al-Balool, Kuwait Oil Co.; A. Salaheldin, F. Hosein, M.C. Acuna, A. Dundin, E. Al-Binali, R.G. Covarrubias, A. Jokhi, P. Nair, A. Carasco, R. Mohiey, M.A. Sanderson, Schlumberger
Alternate 191055 Production & Operations Production has Spoken, Listen to Your Reservoir Needs and Technology Respond: A Case Study of SS Field Development A. Zakariah, E. Rosland, T. Afandi, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; G.K. Goh, Schlumberger WTA Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
191059 Drilling Unique Backup Cutter Layout Method Leads to Step Change in Bit Durability and Performance when Transition Drilling through Hard Limestone Formations at High Inclinations K. Vrnak, F. Boutot, S. Anderle, Halliburton
191037 Drilling Managing Losses with Controlled Mud Level Drilling G. Smaaskjar, E. Bergseth, Lundin Norway; L. Hollman, L. Arseneault, C. Leggett, Blade Energy Partners; B. Fossli, E. Claudey, Enhanced Drilling
16:00 - 17:30
PS02  Panel Session 02: Enhancing Business Partnerships Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Moderator(s) Pasook Eagark - PTT E&P PLC, Suresh Kumar - Progrowth Energy Pvt Ltd
Speaker(s) Supat Napanoparatkaew - Department of Mineral Fuels, Ahmed Ibrahim - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Nasir B. Darman - PETRONAS, Azhar Abdullah - Schlumberger, Kurt Hoffman - Shelf Drilling
Long term, high risk E&P investment demands a fair return. Our industry has to achieve a reasonable margin in producing hydrocarbons despite the current oil price to sustain growth. To succeed in this effort, the industry must recognise and exploit the crucial role digital transformation plays.

Evolving digital transformation is widening boundaries in reshaping E&P methodologies to prepare for big crew change and future resource optimisation. We should guide digital transformation by promoting its application to achieve continuous efficiencies in mature fields as this is where big data is. Big data presents outstanding opportunities for digitalisation, such as automating entire work processes of repetitive activities and optimise resources, where there is less experienced personnel.

Big data needs to be a long-term focus in optimising mature fields production and operations. It is crucial to remain open to innovation and form smart collaborations to stimulate progress for more step-change for full value chain optimisation. In addition, automation capability is essential as it enable us to plan ahead or perform heavy-front-end, loading work that not only ensures that we are efficiently improving existing asset values, but also provide sufficient lead time to effectively manage external factors, such as regulatory changes and fiscal regime, engaging other stakeholders as well as efficiently structure contract strategies.

The oil and gas industry has already started to implement digital technologies and solutions across E&P workflows. Steps include more effective data analytics, utilising artificial intelligence and predictive software in all phases of field management, and maximising asset values of a field.

Fiscal policies need to be restructured to fit current reality. Regulators and operators should focus on standardising well design and modular facility for field development based on offset data while restricting detailed engineering to frontier areas with limited analogues. More responsibility with limited experience mandates the industry to have adequate digital guidance, stringent personnel training and certification to ensure efficiency, quality and HSE preservation.

Traditional E&P contracting of specialist service companies, supervised by discipline experts and layers of project managers has to undergo a paradigm shift towards greater delegation of risk and responsibility within agreed contract boundaries. A lead contractor of a consortium can deliver bundled services or small E&P projects to pre-set goals, costs or incentives. An integrated service provider should be encouraged to operate service intensive projects, such as, marginal and late life fields on pre-set return basis.

Supat Napanoparatkaew
Department of Mineral Fuels


Ahmed Ibrahim

Baker Hughes, a GE Company​


Nasir B. Darman
PETRONA

Azhar Abdullah
Schlumberger

Kurt Hoffman
Shelf Drilling

Wednesday, August 29

09:00 - 10:30
TS13  Technical Session 13: Case Studies - Directional Drilling Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Muhammad Faris Arriffin - Halliburton, Sarit Rattanachan - PTTEP
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 191065 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Integrated Reservoir Modelling while Drilling Enhances Horizontal Well Placement and Productivity in a Complex Offshore Field, Bohai Bay M. Mao, L. Bai, W. Shen, China France Bohai Geoservices Co., Ltd.; X. Li, Z. Xia, TimeGeosmart
0920-0940 191002 Drilling Geosteering and Drilling Challenges in a Faulted Reservoir Northern Oman R.O. Vasquez Bautista, V.C. Sanchez Gonzalez, A. El Hawy, A. Al Zarafi, A.Z. Al Busaidi, Schlumberger; R. Liu, A. Al Shidhani, M. Picha, H. Rashdi, Petroleum Development of Oman
0940-1000 190993 Drilling Geosteering in a Complex Deepwater Reservoir in the Niger Delta C.N. Ndokwu, N. Foekema, V.A. Okowi, Baker Hughes, a GE company; O.O. Olagundoye, N. Umoren, A. Delpeint, O. Ndefo, A. Agbejule, Total Upstream Companies Nigeria; O. Jeje, Petrobras Nigeria
1000-1020 191013 Production & Operations Successful Snubbing Application Performed Underbalanced Fishing of Parted Coiled Tubing in Live High-Pressure Well: Offshore Vietnam

R. Wattanasuwankorn, T. Daohmareeyor, K. Kritsanaphak, I. Pathmanathan, J. Bohorquez, Halliburton
09:00 - 10:30
TS14  Technical Session 14: Well Completion and Stimulation Lotus Suite 5 & 6, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Feng Gui - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Keith Rae - TAM International Asia Pacific Pty. Ltd., Tomaso Ceccarelli - Schlumberger
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 191007 Production & Operations Effective Secondary Recovery Stimulation Using Solid Propellant Technology for Tight Sand Development in Sirikit Oil Field, Thailand
W. Toempromraj, D. Weeramethachai, T. Kiatrabile, T. Sangvaree, A. Nadoon, S. Sompopsart, PTTEP; R. Duncan, M. Lan, R. Havalda, P. Havalda, TC Energy International Ltd.
0920-0940 191001 Completions Fracture Packing in Previously Gravel-Packed Well Using Single-Trip Multizone System J. Deng, Y. Ma, M. Zhang, CNOOC, Tianjin Branch; J. Qian, C. Fang, Halliburton; Q. Wang, X. Wang, formerly Halliburton
0940-1000 191041 Completions Managing Uncertainties and Surprises in Carbonate Gas Reservoir through Lower Completion Design Optimisation H.B. Bakar, C.S. Bernard, K.A. Shata, M.R. Shaedin, C.H. Roh, K.A. M. Khir, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
191026 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Optimised Diversion System Applied in Stimulation Treatments in a Highly Naturally Fractured Carbonate Formation: Successful Case Histories C.R. Ramirez, K. Campos, A.D. Gonzalez, Halliburton
09:00 - 10:30
TS15  Technical Session 15: Offshore, Deepwater and Subsea Lotus Suite 12, Level 22
Session Chairpersons Guillaume Plessis - NOV Wellbore Technologies, Koji Sakura - TenarisNKKTubes
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 191016 Projects, Facilities & Construction Performance Improvement from Drilling Control Systems Alarm Management and Analytics C. Goetz, Kingston Systems LLC
0920-0940 190969 Drilling Well Control for Offshore High-Pressure/High-Temperature Highly Deviated Gas Wells Drilling: How to Determine the Kick Tolerance? X. Chen, J. Yang, D. Gao, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing; Y. Huang, Y. Li, M. Luo, W. Li, CNOOC Ltd., Zhanjiang Branch
0940-1000 191053 Completions Egina Deepwater Project Completion Success: One Team Working Together Setting New Performance Standards K.J. Johnson, C. Morand, M. Williams, V. Okengwu, T. Akinniyi, Halliburton; V. Chaloupka, R. Djenani, C.J. Okpalla, U. Bassey, Total E&P Nigeria Ltd.
1000-1020 190972 Production & Operations First-Time Implementation of Water Management Technology to Improve Water Flooding Performance in a Multi-restriction Injector Well: Brownfield Redevelopment, Onshore Thailand
P. Thawatthukool, W. Toempromraj, P. Lilaprathuang, C. Kaewwetchawong, D. Weeramethachai, T. Kiatrabile, S. Krisadasima, PTTEP; R. Wattanasuwankorn, T. Daohmareeyor, A. Kangsadarn, K. Kritsanaphak, I. Pathmanathan, Halliburton
10:30 - 11:00
EP6  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 6 Exhibition Hall A1, Level 22
Time Paper # Presentation
191115 Completions Evaluation of Novel Surfactant for Acid Stimulation and EOR Treatments A.M. Bin Omar, A.M. Al-Moajil, S.S. Aldarweesh, A.A. Al-Rustum, Saudi Aramco
190988 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Successful Impact of 3D Seismic Attributes in Planning and Drilling Directional Wells in Clastic Reservoir of Greater Burgan Field in Kuwait
H.A. Bahman, F.M. Ali, S.M. Al-Haddad, D. Al-Muzaffar, Kuwait Oil Co.
191090 Drilling Simultaneously Drilling and Underreaming Directional Topholes with Underreamer below Mud Motor Save a Trip in Collision-Free Operations: Offshore Sakhalin Island Case Study R.V. Kasumov, I.R. Shakirov, Schlumberger; R. Gaisin, A. Romanov, Sakhalin Energy Investment Co. Ltd.
191107 Completions Investigation on Hydraulic Fracture Initiation and Propagation with LPG Fracturing in Shale Formation based on True Tri-Axial Laboratory Experiments R. Zhang, B. Hou, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing; Y. Zeng, J. Zhou, Sinopec Research Inst. of Petroleum Engineering; Q. Li, Southwest Petroleum U.
190971 Completions Effective Approach to Wellbore Clean Out Operation: A Case Study from Zawtika Phase 1B A. Choodesh, M.G. Rutland, PTTEP International Ltd. (Yangon); C.W. Grant, PTTEP
191060 Drilling Operational Designs and Applications of MPD in Offshore Ultra-HTHP Exploration Wells Q. Yin, J. Yang, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing; B. Zhou, CNPC Drilling Research Inst.; M. Luo, W. Li, Y. Huang, CNOOC China Ltd., Zhanjiang; T. Sun, X. Hou, X. Wu, J. Wang, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing
11:00 - 12:30
PS03  Panel Session 03: Drilling Technologies to Increase Efficiency and Improve Recovery Lotus Suite 7, Level 22
Moderator(s) Ben J Gedge - RMES & PV Drilling & Well Services, Robert Peter Kerr - Scientific Drilling Controls
Speaker(s) Fredric Young - Al Qahtani Management Services LLC, Wade Davis - Enhanced Drilling Solutions Co Ltd, Toby Dixon - Halliburton, Fauzi Abbas - Vestigo Petroleum
In the current dynamic environment, improvements in drilling technologies to increase efficiency and/or improve ultimately recovery, are essential for the sustainability and viability of the industry. Technological innovations and innovative management techniques are very important to overcome the current challenges for new project feasibility. Without some new techniques in drilling and completions to reduce development costs and improve ultimate recovery, many projects will not pass their economic feasibility hurdle. R&D has been severely reduced by operators and service companies through this downturn, so a new paradigm of working together or looking for ideas and concepts that is outside our current technology envelope, may be needed. Lowering the cost base of new developments, and or, significantly improving the recovery, are necessary if not vital, to develop many now marginal and even more sizable fields. How can collaboration in the oil and gas industry between NOC, IOC, Drilling Contractors and Service Companies be fostered, so as to enable new technologies, practices and key lessons learned in previous periods of low oil prices, to come to the market, be tested and implemented successfully. This panel assembles experts with extensive experience and a range of diverse expertise to discuss issues, new technologies, ideas and practices for reducing costs in drilling and completion, as well as any techniques, that might significantly enhance recovery. This will enable new and now many more fields, that have joined the ranks of marginal status, become viable developments.

Fredric Young
Dalma Energy & Co LLC

Toby Dixon
Halliburton

Wade Davis 
Enhanced Drilling Solutions Co Ltd.

Fauzi Abbas
Vestigo Petroleum

Thursday, August 30

08:00 - 17:00
Training Course: Data Analytics for Drilling Optimisation
Ticketed Event
Instructor(s) Dr Carlos Damski, Genesis Petroleum Technologies

In today’s world, traditional methods of drilling oil wells don’t work as much anymore. Yesterday’s practices are being superseded by a universal trend towards the extensive use of historical and real-time data to understand, learn and predict all well intervention operations.

This course explores the impact of data analytics on well operations. Drawn from the presenter’s extensive experience in data analysis, it examines, in easily understandable terms, today’s data management processes targeting process improvement.

Topics:

  • Basic concepts of data management with emphasis in drilling operations
  • Methods of using data as a basis for improving and optimizing process control
  • Achieving a common understanding of the issues involved among information technology personnel and field engineers
  • A roadmap for the implementation of a drilling process improvement system
  • Business Intelligence as the ultimate goal of data management processes
  • Discussions about data acquisition, quality control, storage, retrieval and analyses
  • Understanding concepts for operational time and trouble analyses, learning curve, technical limit and benchmarking
  • Real business cases to illustrate the concepts explored in the course

Learn more about this training course.

​ Cost:

​IADC/SPE Member
By 24 July: USD 475
After 24 July: USD 525

Non-member
By 24 July: USD 525
After 24 July: USD 575


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