SPE/ICoTA Well Intervention Conference and Exhibition 26 - 27 Mar 2019 The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center The Woodlands, Texas, USA

Schedule

Monday, March 25

08:00 - 17:00
Training Course: Introduction to Coiled Tubing Operations
Ticketed Event
Instructor(s) Ed Smalley

This introductory course will provide an understanding of the surface equipment and key job design parameters required for successful coiled tubing field operations. 

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USD 750

Nonmember
USD 950

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08:00 - 17:00
Training Course: Rigless Intervention Best Practices for Coiled Tubing, Slickline, and Wireline
Ticketed Event
Instructor(s) Ron Zbitowsky; Todd Green

This short course is designed to provide knowledge and understanding of surface equipment, downhole tools, various applications, and operational contingencies for rigless well interventions involving coiled tubing, slickline, or wireline.  The participants will learn first-hand knowledge of the capability of each intervention and what to consider when choosing which intervention method to utilize.  The course will cover recommended risk mitigation and well control barriers as well as best practices gained from years of experience and application.  To further illustrate the intervention methods utilized to resolve well issues or enhance well performance, real-world examples for coiled tubing, slickline and wireline will be presented and discussed.

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13:00 - 17:00

Tuesday, March 26

07:00 - 17:00
07:30 - 08:30
08:30 - 11:45
01  Intervention Solutions Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Alastair Buchanan - Equinor, Gordon Mackenzie - Westerton USA
This interactive session will present a broad range of well intervention related challenges and solutions, showcasing the innovative and creative manner in which our industry segment strives to solve the ever more complex issues we face.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 194232 Production & Operations Automated Wireline Milling System K. Wiesenborn, N. Baklanov, P. Gourmelon, M. Klyuzhev, X. Yang, Schlumberger
0900-0930 194263 Production & Operations Rarefaction Shock Cleanup and Stimulation with a Water Hammer Tool J.J. Kolle, Tempress Technologies Inc.
0930-1000 194231 Production & Operations Real-Time Underbalance Perforating in Subhydrostatic Reservoir Improves Long-Term Well Performance: A Case Study of Well Injector in Malaysia A.H. Keong, Schlumberger Norge AS; N. Yong, P. Djanaka, Schlumberger
1045-1115 194275 Completions Application of Thru Tubing Technologies in the Caspian Sea Uphole Recompletion F. Hadiaman, S. Mollayev, N. Huseynzade, Z. Valiyev, J. Gracia, J.I. Galvan Amaya, BP; J. Fulks, BiSN; K. Rahimov, L.D. Pinero, S. Ruzmetova, BHGE
1115-1145 194234 Completions Planning, Execution, Improvements, And Results From A Multi-well Fishing Campaign Using A Snubbing Unit On Pressurized H2S Wells For A NOC In The Middle East A. Donaldson, Halliburton; H.I. Almayyan, Kuwait Oil Company
Alternate 194235 Completions Preventing Fouling and Corrosion During Mill-out Operations: Permian Case Studies T. Galindo, GeoKimika Oil & Gas
Alternate 194227 Production & Operations Redefining Perforation in Sub-Horizontal Gas Wells in Underbalanced Conditions with Slickline Deployment and Smart Coiled Tubing W.R. Tapia, R. Comley, M. Houdaidon, N. Livingstone, Z. Erkol, Schlumberger
08:30 - 11:45
02  Data Enhanced Interventions and Diagnostics Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Pierre Ramondenc - Schlumberger, Patrick Kelleher - Athena Engineering Services
Historical and new means of gathering subsurface and surface equipment data can be used to improve interventions in each stage of a job, from candidate selection through operational implementation and post-job analysis. This session will examine the benefits of increased data collection and enhanced interpretation models to deliver better intervention outcomes and reduce operational risks.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 194271 Production & Operations Disposable Intervention Tool for Production Logging T. Bostick, D.G. Purkis, C. Feherty, K. Rose, Well-SENSE Technology Ltd; D. Hitchcock, Well-SENSE Technology Ltd.
0900-0930 194244 Production & Operations Vertical Seismic Profiling Via Coiled Tubing-Conveyed Distributed Acoustic Sensing A. Ellmauthaler, W. Palacios, M.J. Leblanc, M. Willis, G. Knapo, Halliburton
0930-1000 194272 Production & Operations Digital Slickline: Case Studies Setting and Pulling Crown Plugs F.M. Heaney, C. Smith, Halliburton
1045-1115 194279 Production & Operations A Novel Approach to Wireline Debris Removal P. Gourmelon, K. Wiesenborn, G. Chochua, Schlumberger
1115-1145 194291 Drilling A New Approach To Cement Evaluation Using Passive Acoustic Methods Directly Analyses The Performance Of The Barrier By Detecting Leakage Rather Than Its Physical Presence And Apparent Condition D. Troup, Archer
Alternate 194278 Completions Real-Time Fiber-Optic Integrated System Allows Precision in a Surgical Sand Plug Settlement of a Temporary Well Isolation Operation V. Vera, C.A. Torres, E. Delgado, C. Pacheco, Halliburton; M. Torres, J. Higuera, Equion Energia
Alternate 194277 Production & Operations Remote Monitoring and Modeling of Coiled Tubing Operations in Real Time P.A. Brown, B. Gunby, Coildata LLC; C.A. Torres, Upstream Consulting LLC; B.N. Rao, BTechSoft
Alternate 194264 Completions Downhole Leak Detection: Introducing a New Wireline Array Noise Tool Q. Yang, J. Zhao, M. Rourke, GOWell
09:30 - 18:30
10:00 - 10:45
10:00 - 16:00
05  Knowledge Sharing ePosters I Station 1, Waterway 2 Foyer
Session Chairpersons Eric Gagen - Coil Tubing Partners, Matt Nelson - Chevron
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 194262 Production & Operations Combined Plug Setting and Multiple Sleeve Shifting Electric Line Operation to Deliver a Precise, Highly Effective and Efficient Intervention Solution S.W. Murchie, O. Magnussen, S. Haaland, M. Sætrevik, Altus Intervention
1025-1040 194299 Production & Operations Instrumented and Surface-Controllable Nonexplosive Mechanical Punching of Downhole Tubulars J. Wurtz, M. Dresel, G. Giem, Schlumberger
1520-1535 194288 Production & Operations Composite Plug Removal with E-line Milling Solution in Argentina G. Aguilar, Welltec; D.A. Audelo, Welltec Inc; M. Nebiolo, F. Jimenez, R. Waigel, F. Canales, J. Martinez, YPF SA
1540-1555 194257 Production & Operations Advancement in Wireline Tractor Design Reduces Operating Time and Improves Reliability M.L. Lee, S. Singha Roy, Halliburton
10:00 - 16:00
06  Knowledge Sharing ePosters II Station 2, Waterway 4 Foyer
Session Chairpersons Curtis Blount - ConocoPhillips, Jesse Gracia - BP
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 194266 Completions Under Pressure Perforating Deployment System Leads to a Six-fold Reduction in Wireline Runs and a Three-fold Reduction of Rig Time J. Hillier, C. Guedes, C.E. Baumann, A. Torres, S.A. Sarian, S. Aboelnaga, Schlumberger
1025-1040 194237 Completions Case Study: Optimizing Milling Operations Within The Canadian Montney Play B. Lukye, Reservoir group
1520-1535 194247 Production & Operations Coiled Tubing has Set New Benchmarks for MSF in Novoportovskoe Oil Rim Field A. Belov, Gazpromneft-Yamal; S. Simakov, Gazpromneft-NTC; A. Kichigin, K. Burdin, A. Charushin, M. Demkovich, Schlumberger
1540-1555 194301 Production & Operations Formation Damage and Compatibility Issues Associated With Use of Corrosion Inhibitors in Well Acidizing - A Review V.Y. Kudrashou, H.A. Nasr-El-Din, Texas A&M University
10:00 - 16:00
07  Knowledge Sharing ePosters III Station 3, Waterway 5 Foyer
Session Chairpersons Luis Castro - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Jennifer Julian - BP
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 194243 Drilling Downhole data analysis for pressure-pulse-generating and axial-oscillation measurement tool A. Khan, K. Trinh, P. Thompson, National Oilwell Varco; G. Glaze, Devon Energy; S. Forrester, National Oilwell Varco
1025-1040 194241 Production & Operations RLWI Deployed Electric Line Stroker Application for Safe and Secure Crown Plug Retrieval and Setting in High-Current Deep-Water Operations S.W. Murchie, E.S. Jørgensen, A. Egeland, M. Sætrevik, E. Boge, Altus Intervention; K.N. Hals, A/S Norske Shell; A. Sbordone, TIOS AS
1520-1535 194267 Production & Operations Successful Retrieval of Stuck Profile Plug Using Electric-Line Deployed Robotic Well Intervention Techniques R. Vijay, N. Panigrahi, M. Khanna, M.D. Kothiyal, P. Sarma, A. Bohra, S. Tiwari, Cairn Oil and Gas, Vedanta Limited; T. Pinto, Welltec A/S
1540-1555 194286 Production & Operations Practical Pipe Understanding and Limits K.R. Newman, P. Kelleher, Athena Engineering Services
10:00 - 16:00
08  Knowledge Sharing ePosters IV Station 4, Waterway 5 Foyer
Session Chairpersons Luis Castro - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Jennifer Julian - BP
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 194269 Completions An Advanced Technique for Simultaneous in Situ Inspection of Multiple Metallic Tubulars Y. Yu, W. Redfield, N. Boggs, K. Qin, M. Rourke, J. Olson, GOWell International LLC; M. Ejike, Fluor Federal Petroleum Operations
12:00 - 13:00
SE01  Keynote Luncheon: Wouldn't it be Cool to REALLY Design Wells for Interventions Waterway 5
Moderator(s) Matt Billingham - Schlumberger
Speaker(s) Anchala Klein - BP
The frequency of our interventions tends to be dictated by ease of access, the complexity of the downhole equipment, and the downhole conditions. Intentional design for intervention is not consistently applied. How are we thinking about the design life of our completions?

About the Speaker:
Anchala Klein has 28 years of industry experience in wells services, engineering, and operations. In the last 20 years, she has held technical and leadership roles across BP’s portfolio from deepwater developments to onshore exploration in the North Sea, Angola, Russia, North Africa, and Australia as well as in Drilling Technology. Anchala holds a Bachelor of Sciences in aeronautical engineering from City University of London.

13:00 - 13:45
13:45 - 17:00
03  Coiled Tubing and Pipe Development, Applications and Solutions Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Roberto Paez - C&J Energy Services, Jesse Gracia - BP
Increasing reliability and delivering successful interventions is required to ensure that well completions and reservoirs are properly maintained and optimized through production. This objective is enhanced by the development of materials and products that provide effective and efficient operations in a range of hostile environments. This session will focus on development to products and services that will deliver safe and successful intervention operations.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 194246 Production & Operations Improving Operational Confidence: An Advanced Localized Coating for Coiled Tubing Bias Welds K. Elliott, D. Klink, C.D. Williams, Y. Li, E. Arriaga, Quality Tubing, an NOV Company
1415-1445 194255 Production & Operations In-line Quench and Temper Technology Applied to CT Improves Safety and Reliability in Extended Reach U.S. Shale Operations I.I. Galvan, G. McClelland, Global Tubing, LLC; E. Gagen, G. Piller, Coiled Tubing Partners, LLC
1445-1515 194283 Drilling Rapid Deployment and Use of Snubbing Unit Brings Well with Underground Blowout and Surface Broaching Under Control A. Donaldson, V. Marrero Reyes, W. Scott, Halliburton; H.I. Almayyan, Kuwait Oil Company
1600-1630 194280 Projects, Facilities & Construction Deepwater Pipeline Pre-commissioning Operation using Large Diameter Coiled Tubing Instead of Standard Downline: State of the Art of This Technology P.D. Rodrigues, E. Delgado, A.C. Frotte, Halliburton
1630-1700 194306 Production & Operations An Analysis of Coiled Tubing Performance P.A. Brown, B. Gunby, Coildata LLC; C.A. Torres, Upstream Consulting LLC
Alternate 194287 Completions Coil Tubing Drillout Efficiency Gains Utilizing Dissolvable Plug Technology D. Hutabarat, Oxy USA Inc; J. Ray, Innovex Downhole Solutions; A. Haines, C. Frazier, Oxy Oil & Gas USA
Alternate 194273 Production & Operations Critical Cementing Application on a Snubbing Unit to Isolate Well in Kuwait M.S. Al-Mehailan, Kuwait Oil Company; K. Nellayappan, D.P. Patil, KOC; F. Al-Qadhi, Kuwait Oil Company; M. Sounderrajan, KOC; B.S. Kunchur, K. Hussain, Napesco
Alternate 194228 Production & Operations Successful Campaign to Install Multi-Sectional Large Diameter Chrome CT Velocity Strings in High CO2 Wells in Bolivia J.A. Hernandez, J. Ortiz, L.F. Antelo, Halliburton
13:45 - 17:00
04  Latest Developments in Equipment, Tools, Fluids and Materials for Interventions Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Jennifer Julian - BP, Ryan Schmidt - FMC Technologies
Due to the vastly changing markets, well intervention technologies are adapting and growing in both innovation and complexity to meet the industry needs. This session will focus on the efforts which have been put on refining fluid regimes in order to remediate formation damage. It will also review topics regarding the role of analysis in improving interventions; both real-time analysis to support coiled tubing fishing and theoretical analysis to improve injector head design for minimizing surface damage to coiled tubing. The presentations will also explore the latest developments in high temperature wireline tractors and wireline-deployed purf guns, both expanding the capabilities for wireline interventions in traditional coiled tubing applications.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 194236 Production & Operations A Novel Deployment of Chelant and Mud Acid in a Deepwater Frac Packed Well to Remediate Severe Formation Damage L. Pettitt-Schieber, F.O. Garzon, M.E. Aman, P. Gramin, L.W. Ramnath, BP America Inc
1415-1445 194260 Completions Successful Coiled Tubing Fishing Operation Uses Hybrid Cable Connected Tools to Evaluate/Validate Downhole Data in Real-Time: A Case Study in the Eastern Foothills of Colombia V. Vera, C. Torres, E. Delgado, C. Pacheco, Halliburton; M. Torres, J. Higuera, Equion Energia Limited
1445-1515 194285 Production & Operations Enabling High-Temperature High-Power 2 1/8-in. Tractor and Intervention Services on Long Cables with Telemetry W. Dai, J. Lee, X. Yang, Schlumberger
1600-1630 194281 Completions Perforating Conveyance Technology Achieves a World Record in Maximizing Operational Efficiency A. Zahmuwl, C. Guedes, C.D. Bradford, K. Singh, C.E. Baumann, H. Mostoufi Pour, S.A. Sarian, S. Aboelnaga, M.E. Smart, Schlumberger; G.J. Sinclair, C.O. Adoga, TAQA Bratani Ltd
1630-1700 194254 Drilling Study On Mechanisms Of Coiled Tubing Surface Damage In Injector Head Z. Zhou, G. Zhang, F. Yuan, T. Wang, Y. Gao, J. Wang, Jianghan Shale Gas Development Technical Service
Alternate 194251 Production & Operations Pilot Case Study of Wellbore Leakage Mitigation using pH-Triggered Polymer Gelant S. Tavassoli, M. Shafiei, The University of Texas At Austin; C. Minnig, Swisstopo - Landesgeologie; J. Gisiger, U. Rösli, Solexperts; J.W. Patterson, ETH Zurich; T. Theurillat, Swisstopo; L. Mejia, The University of Texas at Austin; H.E. Goodman, Chevron ETC; T. Espie, BP Exploration; M.T. Balhoff, The University of Texas At Austin
Alternate 194265 Completions A Novel Approach: Williston Basin Coil Tubing Fluid Shows Significant Process Improvement M.C. Redburn, Newpark Drilling Fluids; C. Cernosek, Oxy; G.C. Norton, StrataGen Engineering
15:15 - 16:00
17:00 - 18:30

Wednesday, March 27

07:00 - 15:30
07:30 - 08:30
08:30 - 11:45
09  Wireline Developments, Applications and Solutions Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Doyle Dean - BP, Andrew Patterson - Consultant
Papers presented in this session will focus on challenges faced, and solutions provided, during routine and non-routine field operations. The tools developed and the conveyance methods utilized were chosen to optimize operational success in interventions. Speakers will present actual well issues and case histories, which will demonstrate how the application of wireline technology has enabled the successful delivery of downhole intervention objectives with wireline applications.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 194282 Production & Operations A Precision Drilling Tool - A New Approach To Open For Production By Using A Novel Method To Drill Holes Through Base Pipe In Sand Screen Or Through Tubing/Casing E. Magnussen, V. Haugen, S. Sarbaz, O. Karlsen, Tios Group; L. Nordaas, T. Holst, Equinor ASA
0900-0930 194252 Completions Long Lateral Restriction Diagnosed by Camera-Caliper Combo on E-line Tractor in One Run A. Lay, Anadarko E&P; T. Paxson, EVO Inc; G.D. Murrill, B.J. Schwanitz, Welltec Inc; B. Strubberg, Welltec, Inc.
0930-1000 194239 Completions Docking Perforating System with Integrated Real Time Downhole Measurements C. Guedes, M.L. Benavides, C.E. Baumann, F. Garcia-Osuna, S. Aboelnaga, Z. Zaouali, S. Al Rasb, M. Smart, Schlumberger
1045-1115 194302 Production & Operations Innovative, Efficient and Effective Straddle Packer Assembly Deployment and Retrieval Using Electric Line Powered Mechanical Technologies S.W. Murchie, O. Magnussen, S. Haaland, M. Sætrevik, Altus Intervention; M. Østevik, Interwell
1115-1145 194248 Production & Operations SCSSV Flapper Milling using E line Solution S. Heriyanto, D. Pracoyo, Medco E&P Natuna; S.P. Sutama, PT. Welltec Oilfield Services (Indonesia)
Alternate 194262 Production & Operations Combined Plug Setting and Multiple Sleeve Shifting Electric Line Operation to Deliver a Precise, Highly Effective and Efficient Intervention Solution S.W. Murchie, O. Magnussen, S. Haaland, M. Sætrevik, Altus Intervention
Alternate 194299 Production & Operations Instrumented and Surface-Controllable Nonexplosive Mechanical Punching of Downhole Tubulars J. Wurtz, M. Dresel, G. Giem, Schlumberger
Alternate 194288 Production & Operations Composite Plug Removal with E-line Milling Solution in Argentina G. Aguilar, Welltec; D.A. Audelo, Welltec Inc; M. Nebiolo, F. Jimenez, R. Waigel, F. Canales, J. Martinez, YPF SA
08:30 - 11:45
10  Improving Operational Efficiency, HSE and Well Control Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Carlos Torres - Royal Oaks Energy Services, Sharlene Lindsay - Nine Energy Service
A continuous challenge for our industry is how to consistently reduce costs, become leaner and more efficient while striving for zero HSE incidents. Improving operational efficiency can be achieved through leveraging new technology, taking a new approach to intervention methods, analysis of past job data, and reduction of operational time through real-time data. This session will focus on unique solutions successfully implemented through discussions utilizing various intervention methods to improve operational efficiency.
Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 194270 Production & Operations Evolution of Bacchus Subsea Well Interventions Using Rig and Light Well Intervention Vessels R.A. Farquhar, J. Rodriguez, R. MacPherson, Apache North Sea Ltd.
0900-0930 194274 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Kinetic Blowout Stopper - The “Airbag” for the Oil and Gas Industry B. Gallagher, J.D. Duda, B. Gallagher, S. Angstmann, Kinetic Pressure Control Limited
0930-1000 194253 Completions Mexico Operator Achieves HSE incident free Well Completion Program Ahead of Time and Nine Days of Early Production Using New Generation Polymer Encapsulated Cased Hole Wireline Cables S.A. Sarian, Schlumberger; F.J. Arismendi, S.J. Camperos, F. Garza, Iberoamericana De Hidrocarburos, S.A. (IHSA); S.A. Trelles, J. Varkey, Schlumberger
1045-1115 194230 Production & Operations Modular Hydraulic Workover Unit Enhances Operational Efficiency and Cost Savings for ESP Replacement's L. Duthie, Saudi Aramco NAOO; A. Otaibi, Saudi Aramco; H.A. Saiood, Saudi Aramco NAOO; T. Toal, Halliburton Co.
1115-1145 194250 Production & Operations Optimizing Coiled Tubing Extended Reach Operations With Real Time Simulations A. Larrondo, J.P. Ranieri, D.A. Marozzini, Baker Hughes, a GE company
Alternate 194266 Completions Under Pressure Perforating Deployment System Leads to a Six-fold Reduction in Wireline Runs and a Three-fold Reduction of Rig Time J. Hillier, C. Guedes, C.E. Baumann, A. Torres, S.A. Sarian, S. Aboelnaga, Schlumberger
Alternate 194237 Completions Case Study: Optimizing Milling Operations Within The Canadian Montney Play B. Lukye, Reservoir group
09:30 - 16:00
10:00 - 10:45
10:00 - 16:00
13  Knowledge Sharing ePosters V Station 1, Waterway 2 Foyer
Session Chairpersons Diana Hutabarat - Oxy USA, 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 194235 Completions Preventing Fouling and Corrosion During Mill-out Operations: Permian Case Studies T. Galindo, GeoKimika Oil & Gas
1025-1040 194227 Production & Operations Redefining Perforation in Sub-Horizontal Gas Wells in Underbalanced Conditions with Slickline Deployment and Smart Coiled Tubing W.R. Tapia, R. Comley, M. Houdaidon, N. Livingstone, Z. Erkol, Schlumberger
1520-1535 194278 Completions Real-Time Fiber-Optic Integrated System Allows Precision in a Surgical Sand Plug Settlement of a Temporary Well Isolation Operation V. Vera, C.A. Torres, E. Delgado, C. Pacheco, Halliburton; M. Torres, J. Higuera, Equion Energia
1540-1555 194273 Production & Operations Critical Cementing Application on a Snubbing Unit to Isolate Well in Kuwait M.S. Al-Mehailan, Kuwait Oil Company; K. Nellayappan, D.P. Patil, KOC; F. Al-Qadhi, Kuwait Oil Company; M. Sounderrajan, KOC; B.S. Kunchur, K. Hussain, Napesco
10:00 - 16:00
14  Knowledge Sharing ePosters VI Station 2, Waterway 4 Foyer
Session Chairpersons Alexander Rudnik - Schlumberger, Ron Zbitowsky - Saudi Aramco
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 194277 Production & Operations Remote Monitoring and Modeling of Coiled Tubing Operations in Real Time P.A. Brown, B. Gunby, Coildata LLC; C.A. Torres, Upstream Consulting LLC; B.N. Rao, BTechSoft
1025-1040 194264 Completions Downhole Leak Detection: Introducing a New Wireline Array Noise Tool Q. Yang, J. Zhao, M. Rourke, GOWell
1520-1535 194287 Completions Coil Tubing Drillout Efficiency Gains Utilizing Dissolvable Plug Technology D. Hutabarat, Oxy USA Inc; J. Ray, Innovex Downhole Solutions; A. Haines, C. Frazier, Oxy Oil & Gas USA
1540-1555 194228 Production & Operations Successful Campaign to Install Multi-Sectional Large Diameter Chrome CT Velocity Strings in High CO2 Wells in Bolivia J.A. Hernandez, J. Ortiz, L.F. Antelo, Halliburton
10:00 - 16:00
15  Knowledge Sharing ePosters VII Station 3, Waterway 5 Foyer
Session Chairpersons Matt Billingham - Schlumberger, Stuart Murchie - Altus Intervention
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 194251 Production & Operations Pilot Case Study of Wellbore Leakage Mitigation using pH-Triggered Polymer Gelant S. Tavassoli, M. Shafiei, The University of Texas At Austin; C. Minnig, Swisstopo - Landesgeologie; J. Gisiger, U. Rösli, Solexperts; J.W. Patterson, ETH Zurich; T. Theurillat, Swisstopo; L. Mejia, The University of Texas at Austin; H.E. Goodman, Chevron ETC; T. Espie, BP Exploration; M.T. Balhoff, The University of Texas At Austin
1025-1040 194265 Completions A Novel Approach: Williston Basin Coil Tubing Fluid Shows Significant Process Improvement M.C. Redburn, Newpark Drilling Fluids; C. Cernosek, Oxy; G.C. Norton, StrataGen Engineering
1520-1535 194258 Completions Phased Array Ultrasonic Tools Provide Precise Measurement of Geometrically Complex Components Such as Nipple Profiles Downhole, Confirming Safety Critical Dimensions D. Troup, Archer
1540-1555 194261 Production & Operations Wireline Electromechanical Shifting Tool with Large Expansion Ratio and Fully Controllable High-Force Capability T.K. Mauchien, B.R. Christa, A.N. Olivio, R.J. Vander Poorten, T. Sheiretov, Schlumberger
12:00 - 13:30
13:45 - 17:00
11  Horizontal and Multilateral Solutions Waterway 1-3
Session Chairpersons Luis Castro - Baker Hughes, a GE company, Jack Kolle - Oil States Energy Services
Wells requiring intervention continue to grow longer and more complex. This session will discuss technology for intervention with wireline, composite rod, and coiled tubing in complex horizontal wells. Hear the latest developments in pipe recovery, extreme reach, concentric coil cleanout, perforating gun deployment, sidetracking, and more.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 194276 Production & Operations Enhanced Conveyance Method for Pipe Recovery Services with Wireline Tractors P. Foucher, Schlumberger Oilfield Services; D. Damm, Schlumberger
1415-1445 194249 Production & Operations Concentric Coiled Tubing Technology For Well Cleaning And Evaluation In Complex Horizontal Wells: A 3 Wells Case Study From Heavy Oil Field, Kuwait N. Kothari, M. Ababou, Baker Hughes Intl Inc; S.K. Rao, J.G. Garcia, Kuwait Oil Company
1445-1515 194290 Drilling The High Expansion Wedge; Accessing A New World Of Coiled Tubing Drilling Sidetracks Through An Innovative Casing Exit System Approach J.J. Ohlinger, ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc.; J. Milne, R.D. Harris, C. English, C. Diller, B. Frazier, Northern Solutions LLC
1600-1630 194268 Production & Operations Leveraging The Unique Properties Of A Carbon Composite Rod Deployment System To Push The Boundaries Of Perforation Procedures, Bringing Time And Cost Savings To Standard Operations As Well As Allowing New Techniques When Compared To Conventional Wireline D. Troup, Archer
1630-1700 194240 Production & Operations Effects of Particle Density on Hole Cleanout Operation in Horizontal and Inclined Wellbores S.K. Pandya, R.M. Ahmed, S.N. Shah, University of Oklahoma
Alternate 194257 Production & Operations Advancement in Wireline Tractor Design Reduces Operating Time and Improves Reliability M.L. Lee, S. Singha Roy, Halliburton
13:45 - 17:00
12  Intervention Solutions in Challenging Environments Waterway 4
Session Chairpersons Sascha Trummer - Schlumberger, Rair Barraez - Stage Completions
Well intervention faces interesting challenges when it comes to pressure and temperature, extended reach, environment, cost, and efficiency. The search for unique solutions to address the varying challenges is always continuous and creative. This session will cover several technology introductions and deployment of innovative techniques, in both wireline and coiled tubing services, that enable successful delivery of intervention objectives.
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1415 194300 Production & Operations Highly Engineered 2.375-in CT Provides Effective and Reliable Interventions in 30,000-ft Mega Reach Wells in Offshore Abu Dhabi I.I. Galvan, Global Tubing, LLC; J.M. Jimenez, J.V. Ulloa, Halliburton; E.J. Wheatley, ADNOC Offshore; G. McClelland, Global Tubing, LLC
1415-1445 194259 Production & Operations Incremental Gains in Coil Tubing Reachability for Highly Restricted Extended Reach Open Hole Completions H. Saiood, Saudi Aramco; L. Duthie, Saudi Aramco NAOO; U. Aybar, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; M. Bal, Schlumberger
1445-1515 194304 Production & Operations Coiled Tubing and Sour Service - Are We There Yet? T. Padron, Baker Hughes a GE Company
1600-1630 194284 Production & Operations Pushing the Limits of Damage Identification with Coiled Tubing in Extreme Conditions: A Success Story from Japan N. Yoshida, S. Teshima, R. Yamada, INPEX Corporation; U. Aybar, P. Ramondenc, Schlumberger
1630-1700 194233 Production & Operations Advancement in Spoolable Dimple Connector Design Provides Reliable Coiled Tubing Interventions in Extended Reach Wells A.H. Keong, C. Sorensen, Y. Abbad El Andaloussi, Schlumberger Norge AS; A. Areepetta Mannil, M.C. Oettli, Schlumberger
Alternate 194247 Production & Operations Coiled Tubing has Set New Benchmarks for MSF in Novoportovskoe Oil Rim Field A. Belov, Gazpromneft-Yamal; S. Simakov, Gazpromneft-NTC; A. Kichigin, K. Burdin, A. Charushin, M. Demkovich, Schlumberger
Alternate 194301 Production & Operations Formation Damage and Compatibility Issues Associated With Use of Corrosion Inhibitors in Well Acidizing - A Review V.Y. Kudrashou, H.A. Nasr-El-Din, Texas A&M University
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