Revista en ingles miguel lugo

INGLES TECNICO

WORLD OIL
MAGAZINE
INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY
WELL PERFORATION
MAGAZINE
WORLD OIL
MAGAZINE
INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY
Year 2020
Edition 1. Volume 1.
January 2020
Editor in Chief:
Miguel Lugo. 27,315,874
Social Networks
World Oil Magazine
@WorldOilMagazine
@WorldOilMagazine
WORLD MAGAZINE
INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY
EDITORIAL
Both technology and fossil hydrocarbons (oil and
gas) are assets of high strategic value for any
particular society or nation. Technology, in the form
of products, processes and knowledge, is as old as
man and has a broad spectrum of application,
ranging from solutions for the best quality of life of
people.
The strategic importance of oil in modern times lies
in its civil uses. Most nations rely heavily on oil and
gas. And while the technology for its use is widely
developed and globalized, the technology for the
search, extraction and refining of oil is much less
widespread. It follows that not only the physical
resource (the barrels); but also the technology
necessary for the exploration, production and
refining of oil and gas; and the specialized human
talent and capable of administering these
technologies, are of the highest value. These three
elements are of great geopolitical influence and
having them is an advantage.
CONTENT:
CONTENT
Editorial 3
Operator Achieves 99.5 Percent Run Efficiency in
Complex Carbonate Reservoir
5
Successful Dual Drilling Operations Saves Aker BP
USD 1.2 Million with Zero HSE Issues 6
Top of Cement Identification in Ultra-Deepwater Well
Saves Operator USD 700,000
7
Tecpetrol Optimizes Location of Fracturing Zones
and Lateral Placement Using LithoFlex Service 9
HEAL System Increases Production More Than 75% from 25
Montney Shale Wells
10
SIMplus Retrievable Bridge Plug Installs Reliable Barrier
for Sealing Tubing Leak 11
COMMERCIAL SECTION 12
ENETRTAINMENT
WORLD MAGAZINE
INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY
Operator Achieves 99.5 Percent
Run Efficiency in Complex
Carbonate Reservoir
EARTHSTAR® ULTRA-DEEP RESISTIVITY SERVICE GEOMAPS MULTIPLE OIL SATURATION
LAYERS AND FLUID CONTACTS, AND HELPS EXECUTE DIRECTIONAL PLAN WITHIN PAY
ZONE
A major oil and gas operator in southeast Asia
drilled extended-reach smart wells for oil
recovery in a narrow 10-kilometer x 2-kilometer
(6.2-mile x 1.2-mile) carbonate pinnacle
reservoir. These thin oil rim development wells
were challenging because of high uncertainty in
reservoir structural depth and production
performance, with no history or comparable
analogues as reference. Additionally, the
horizontal well placement was targeted at the
middle of the oil zone, with a specific standoff
from the gas-oil contact, which had high true
vertical depth (TVD) uncertainty.
The key performance indicators (KPIs) for
these wells included:
» Drilling the 8½-inch lateral drain with minimal
undulation for ease of running the completion
string
» Achieving all logging-while-drilling (LWD)
requirements across the target interval
» Delivering flawless execution with minimum
non-productive time
EARTHSTAR SERVICE ENHANCES RESERVOIR
UNDERSTANDING
The Halliburton Sperry Drilling team recommended
the EarthStar® ultra-deep resistivity service, which
features a high signal-to-noise ratio arising from
state-of-the-art engineering. This technology is
proven to detect and map reservoir structure and
fluid boundaries up
to 225 feet (68 meters) from the wellbore. For this
particular operation, the EarthStar service resolved
multiple complex fluid boundaries, delineating the
gas-oil boundary and also resolving two distinct
low-resistivity signatures – thus defining the oil-
water contact. Additionally, a detailed pre-well
model, using multiple offset wells and various
possible
geologic structural models, further assured the
operator that the EarthStar service would be able to
resolve the targets clearly.
ACCURATE WELL PLACEMENT AND
GEOMAPPING MAXIMIZE ASSET VALUE
The 12¼-inch hole sections of the Phase 1 drilling
campaign were landed geometrically at the mid-
point of the thin oil rim, based on a base-case, gas-
oil contact. Thereafter, the long 8½-inch horizontal
sections were drilled with minimal undulation within
the +/- 5-foot (1.5-meter) TVD target window, as
specified by the operator, to facilitate running the
completion string. The wells were executed
efficiently with each hole section being drilled
Successful Dual Drilling OperationsSaves Aker
BP USD 1.2 Million with Zero HSE Issues
THREE SIMULTANEOUS DUAL DRILLING OPERATIONS REDUCE WELL TIME AND
ATTAIN WORLD-FIRST RECORD
NORTH SEA, NORWAY
In collaboration with Aker BP,
Halliburton Sperry Drilling
planned and drilled two wellbores
at three different proximal
locations in the North Sea,
offshore Norway near Stavanger. A
prerequisite for each location was
to first drill a pilot hole to
evaluate
the presence of shallow gas.
Typically, the conductor hole is
drilled before a pilot hole,
followed by the opening of the
pilot hole for running the outer-
diameter (OD) casing.
The deepwater rig had a dual
derrick design, with full drilling
capacity in both derricks. Since
the derricks’ well centers were
approximately 33 feet (10 meters)
apart, it was decided in the
planning phase of pre-operations
to drill two wells simultaneously:
the “pilot-hole shallow-gas”
wellbore and the “main”
wellbore. While this initiative
was thought to be efficient and
time saving, it could also
potentially introduce risk factors.
OPTIMIZED
PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
AND EFFICIENT
EQUIPMENT
UTILIZATION HELP
TO REDUCE WELL
TIME AND BREAK
SIMOPS RECORD
Top of Cement Identificationin Ultra-Deepwater Well
Saves Operator USD 700,000
XBAT™ SERVICEPROVIDES ACCURATE TOP OF CEMENT EVALUATION
DURING CEMENTING OF LINER
OVERVIEW
Acoustic logging-while-drilling (LWD) tools
can be used to provide an assessment of
top
of cement (TOC), offering an alternative
to a conventional wireline cement bond
log (CBL). During the cementing of a
75⁄8-inch liner in an ultra-deepwater
Gulf of Mexico well, the operator could
not establish cement returns during
pumping operations.
The final differential pressure of 150 psi
during cementing was less than the
planned 180 psi, and, based upon the
cement lift pressure, the operator
anticipated the cement column to be
less than planned by approximately 150
feet (46 meters). Foreseeing cement
integrity issues, the operator planned to
perform a cement squeeze job following
a cleanout run, and also planned to use
a wireline CBL, run on a tractor, to
confirm the TOC.
XBAT™ SERVICE HELPS REDUCE WELL
TIME THROUGH EARLY TOC DETECTION
During the cleanout run to drill the
cement inside the liner, a complete fluid
displacement was performed. The XBAT
azimuthal sonic and ultrasonic LWD
service was included in the drill-out
assembly, and was used to log inside
the casing during both the trip-in pass
and
trip-out pass while the liner was
pressurized differentially. A wireline CBL
was run following the displacement, but,
since it was not possible to perform a
pressurized logging pass, the presence of
the microannulus could not be
confirmed.
Toc analysis performed inside 75⁄8-inch casing during the trip-in pass of a cement cleanout run (left) compared to the
trip-out pass (right). The trip-out pass occurred with lighter mud than the trip-in pass, following displacement of the
drilling fluid.
WAVEFORMS AND CASING ARRIVAL ANALYSIS CONFIRM TOC
The XBAT service acquired acoustic waveforms during the cleanout run inside
the liner to assist with the identification and confirmation of TOC acquired by
the wireline CBL.The tool was programmed
to fire two high-frequency monopole modes and to acquire data in memory at a
fast sample rate to ensure sufficient data density without the need to slow
down the tripping operations. TOC was identified at around X9,650 feet, based
on based upon four different datasets acquired from the two different firing
modes and from both trip-in and trip-out logging runs. The waveform analysis
and casing arrival analysis complemented each other in confirming the TOC
depth, and helped to identify a micro-annulus, in contrast to the wireline CBL
data, which was inconclusive.
As a direct result of the LWD analysis, the operator resumed normal drilling
operations in the next hole section without the need for the cement squeeze,
and confirmed the suitability of the XBAT service for future TOC evaluation
applications.
Tecpetrol Optimizes Location of Fracturing
Zones and Lateral Placement Using LithoFlex
Service
Optimize drilling and completion strategy with cost-efficient solution
The Vaca Muerta Formation in Neuquén, Argentina, contains complex Mesozoic shales
and is rich in tight oil and gas but requires multiple data sets to understand production
potential. Tecpetrol needed to evaluate production potential in a vertical well in the
formation to optimize drilling and completion design; however, well conditions
precluded running wireline. Tecpetrol sought a cost-efficient solution that would
provide an accurate evaluation of rock heterogeneity to assess production potential,
support hydraulic fracturing operations, and help place the lateral.
Evaluate rock heterogeneity from cuttings
Schlumberger recommended using the LithoFlex service to provide a cost-efficient near-
real-time formation evaluation using the HRDM, XRF, and DRIFTS components. Together,
these components provide accurate and comprehensive measurements of lithology,
mineralogy, and elemental composition from cuttings, enabling a well-informed
comparison of rock heterogeneity. By accurately capturing the geochemical fingerprint
in the vertical well, fracturing operations can be optimized, and the best productive
intervals can be used to guide lateral placemen
HEAL System Increases Production More
Than 75% from 25 Montney Shale Wells
The horizontal enhanced artificial lift system—
the HEAL System—guides production from the
horizontal section into a sized regulating string
(SRS) in the build section. Production flows up
the SRS, where it is conditioned into a
stabilized multiphase state, lowering fluid
density, lifting liquids, and mitigating slugs.
The conditioned flow is delivered to a vortex
separator, which separates gas and solids from
the liquid. The gas rises through the annulus
and conditioned liquids are drawn up the
vortex separator and delivered to the pump
located in the vertical section. Extremely
efficient downhole separation and consistent
flows minimize gas interference and gas
locking to maximize pump fillage; the system
also maintains a very low bottomhole
pressure, enhancing drawdown to increase
production. As a result of these benefits,
smaller pumping equipment can efficiently
achieve higher production rates, reducing unit
lifting costs.
Production rate increased in excess
of 75%
The HEAL System increased long-
term (>12 months) production by
more than 75% in the 25 wells,
compared with the previous
production decline trend. Average
incremental production was 18,400
BOE per well in the 12 months after
the system was installed. As a result,
the operator recovered the cost of
each HEAL System installation in just
2 to 4 months.
SIMplus Retrievable Bridge Plug Installs
Reliable Barrier for Sealing Tubing Leak
Diagnose and remediate leak in constrained operating conditions
An operator suspected possible communication between the casing and tubing in a
well offshore Venezuela. The typically limited space on the production platform
necessitated performing the diagnosis and remediation on slickline. However,
conducting well intervention techniques on conventional slickline could not provide
precise depth placement, much less real-time control and monitoring capabilities to
confirm operations.
Perform digital slickline operations with real-time control and monitoring
LIVE digital slickline services pair the simplicity and compact footprint of slickline
operations with real-time digital telemetry to deliver relevant downhole
measurement data to the surface in real time for significant improvements in control,
quality, and safety. These capabilities enable running real-time production logs on
LIVE PL digital slickline production logging services where previously memory logging
was the only option.
The SIMplus retrievable bridge plug is an expandable barrier that can be deployed on
slickline, electric line, coiled tubing, drillpipe, or tractor to install a high-performance
seal in fluid- and temperature-cycling environments. The SIMplus plug is the only plug
that can be mechanically set by conventional slickline jarring and has achieved a
14310:2008 grade V3 rating to provide operators with reliable conformance to the
most stringent well barrier criteria. Its advanced setting mechanism and large internal
diameter make it the ideal sealing solution for leak detection and remediation.
COMMERCIAL SECTION
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at
EnergyEvents@GulfEnergyInfo.com
COMMERCIAL SECTION
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at
EnergyEvents@GulfEnergyInfo.com
Revista en ingles miguel lugo
SPONSOR COMPANIES
SPONSORS
Revista en ingles miguel lugo

Recomendados

14 aneu applications of technological & engineering solutions edit von
14 aneu applications of technological & engineering solutions edit 14 aneu applications of technological & engineering solutions edit
14 aneu applications of technological & engineering solutions edit Juan Carlos Bonapace
340 views41 Folien
SPE WVS-593. von
SPE WVS-593. SPE WVS-593.
SPE WVS-593. Juan Carlos Bonapace
369 views16 Folien
SPE-172724 von
SPE-172724SPE-172724
SPE-172724Juan Carlos Bonapace
325 views25 Folien
Spe 165174-ms von
Spe 165174-msSpe 165174-ms
Spe 165174-msJuan Carlos Bonapace
280 views13 Folien
SPE-174119 von
SPE-174119SPE-174119
SPE-174119Juan Carlos Bonapace
224 views21 Folien
Exploring Tight Gas Reservoir Using Intelligent Well Technology von
Exploring Tight Gas Reservoir Using Intelligent Well TechnologyExploring Tight Gas Reservoir Using Intelligent Well Technology
Exploring Tight Gas Reservoir Using Intelligent Well TechnologyAbhinav Bisht
2.1K views32 Folien

Más contenido relacionado

Was ist angesagt?

Horizon 2020 von
Horizon 2020Horizon 2020
Horizon 2020Pomcert
963 views90 Folien
Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project. von
Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project.Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project.
Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project.Jeffrey Pickett
2.3K views37 Folien
Spe 121557-ms von
Spe 121557-msSpe 121557-ms
Spe 121557-msJuan Carlos Bonapace
359 views15 Folien
Spe 180818-ms ttec 2016 von
Spe 180818-ms ttec 2016Spe 180818-ms ttec 2016
Spe 180818-ms ttec 2016Juan Carlos Bonapace
294 views16 Folien
Development of Tight Gas Fields von
Development of Tight Gas FieldsDevelopment of Tight Gas Fields
Development of Tight Gas FieldsNeil Barnard
209 views8 Folien
Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &... von
Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &...Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &...
Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &...HPHT Wells Summit
10.9K views39 Folien

Was ist angesagt?(20)

Horizon 2020 von Pomcert
Horizon 2020Horizon 2020
Horizon 2020
Pomcert963 views
Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project. von Jeffrey Pickett
Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project.Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project.
Oil and Gas Undergrond Storage Keystone Project.
Jeffrey Pickett2.3K views
Development of Tight Gas Fields von Neil Barnard
Development of Tight Gas FieldsDevelopment of Tight Gas Fields
Development of Tight Gas Fields
Neil Barnard209 views
Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &... von HPHT Wells Summit
Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &...Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &...
Culzean HPHT: Lessons Learnt From Maersk Oil UK's 1st HPHT Exploration Well &...
HPHT Wells Summit 10.9K views
Field development plan, rate of production, von SYED NAWAZ
Field development plan, rate of production,Field development plan, rate of production,
Field development plan, rate of production,
SYED NAWAZ79 views
SPE 192047 technical presentation - 2018 SPE Conference (Brisbane, AU) von Theerepat Suppachoknirun
SPE 192047 technical presentation - 2018 SPE Conference (Brisbane, AU)SPE 192047 technical presentation - 2018 SPE Conference (Brisbane, AU)
SPE 192047 technical presentation - 2018 SPE Conference (Brisbane, AU)
PENNGLEN FIELD Development Plan (GULF of MEXICO) von PaulOkafor6
PENNGLEN FIELD Development Plan (GULF of MEXICO)PENNGLEN FIELD Development Plan (GULF of MEXICO)
PENNGLEN FIELD Development Plan (GULF of MEXICO)
PaulOkafor6471 views
Presentation1Practical purposes of mud logging von elharith mohamed
Presentation1Practical purposes of mud loggingPresentation1Practical purposes of mud logging
Presentation1Practical purposes of mud logging
elharith mohamed6.1K views
Breaking Paradigms in old Fields. Finding “the reservoir key” for Mature Fiel... von Juan Diego Suarez Fromm
Breaking Paradigms in old Fields. Finding “the reservoir key” for Mature Fiel...Breaking Paradigms in old Fields. Finding “the reservoir key” for Mature Fiel...
Breaking Paradigms in old Fields. Finding “the reservoir key” for Mature Fiel...
Comparative Analysis of Performance of Horizontal and Hydraulically Fractured... von ziiishan
Comparative Analysis of Performance of Horizontal and Hydraulically Fractured...Comparative Analysis of Performance of Horizontal and Hydraulically Fractured...
Comparative Analysis of Performance of Horizontal and Hydraulically Fractured...
ziiishan2.5K views
Trenchless technologies comparing thrust boring with horizontal directional ... von Tobiloba Omitola
Trenchless technologies  comparing thrust boring with horizontal directional ...Trenchless technologies  comparing thrust boring with horizontal directional ...
Trenchless technologies comparing thrust boring with horizontal directional ...
Tobiloba Omitola471 views

Similar a Revista en ingles miguel lugo

[IJET-V1I2P10] Authors :L. O. Osuman, A. Dosunmu , B .S. Odagme von
[IJET-V1I2P10] Authors :L. O. Osuman, A. Dosunmu , B .S. Odagme [IJET-V1I2P10] Authors :L. O. Osuman, A. Dosunmu , B .S. Odagme
[IJET-V1I2P10] Authors :L. O. Osuman, A. Dosunmu , B .S. Odagme IJET - International Journal of Engineering and Techniques
249 views14 Folien
Improving Efficiency Tight Gas von
Improving Efficiency Tight GasImproving Efficiency Tight Gas
Improving Efficiency Tight GasNeil Harvey
167 views20 Folien
IPTC 16192 Manuscript von
IPTC 16192 ManuscriptIPTC 16192 Manuscript
IPTC 16192 ManuscriptNghi Nguyen
943 views11 Folien
Technical Prospects of Floating LNG von
Technical Prospects of Floating LNGTechnical Prospects of Floating LNG
Technical Prospects of Floating LNGRonak Sani
545 views23 Folien
Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015 von
Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015
Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015Abner Silva
462 views10 Folien
Spe 172724-ms von
Spe 172724-msSpe 172724-ms
Spe 172724-msJuan Carlos Bonapace
278 views28 Folien

Similar a Revista en ingles miguel lugo(20)

Improving Efficiency Tight Gas von Neil Harvey
Improving Efficiency Tight GasImproving Efficiency Tight Gas
Improving Efficiency Tight Gas
Neil Harvey167 views
IPTC 16192 Manuscript von Nghi Nguyen
IPTC 16192 ManuscriptIPTC 16192 Manuscript
IPTC 16192 Manuscript
Nghi Nguyen943 views
Technical Prospects of Floating LNG von Ronak Sani
Technical Prospects of Floating LNGTechnical Prospects of Floating LNG
Technical Prospects of Floating LNG
Ronak Sani545 views
Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015 von Abner Silva
Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015
Hybrid epb tunnelling in rio de janeiro 2015
Abner Silva462 views
Graduation Project Book 2020 von Mahmoud Morsy
Graduation Project Book 2020Graduation Project Book 2020
Graduation Project Book 2020
Mahmoud Morsy358 views
UNCONVENTIONAL GAS- DRILLING FOOTPRINT REDUCTION CHALLENGE von Akhil Prabhakar
UNCONVENTIONAL GAS- DRILLING FOOTPRINT REDUCTION CHALLENGE UNCONVENTIONAL GAS- DRILLING FOOTPRINT REDUCTION CHALLENGE
UNCONVENTIONAL GAS- DRILLING FOOTPRINT REDUCTION CHALLENGE
Akhil Prabhakar1.5K views
IOR drilling technologies von Statoil
IOR drilling technologiesIOR drilling technologies
IOR drilling technologies
Statoil2K views
SPE-212071 Drilling and Cementing to Isolate Productive Series and High Pres... von Vusal Iskandarov
SPE-212071 Drilling and Cementing to Isolate Productive Series and High Pres...SPE-212071 Drilling and Cementing to Isolate Productive Series and High Pres...
SPE-212071 Drilling and Cementing to Isolate Productive Series and High Pres...
Vusal Iskandarov14 views
Hydrodynamic cavitation tool von erdemsecen
Hydrodynamic cavitation toolHydrodynamic cavitation tool
Hydrodynamic cavitation tool
erdemsecen78 views
ADC PRS Study-Paper OGJ- June 2014 von Xavier MICHEL
ADC PRS Study-Paper OGJ- June 2014ADC PRS Study-Paper OGJ- June 2014
ADC PRS Study-Paper OGJ- June 2014
Xavier MICHEL333 views
underground_4-page_12142015_LR von Anne Fellini
underground_4-page_12142015_LRunderground_4-page_12142015_LR
underground_4-page_12142015_LR
Anne Fellini221 views
2010 Blast Hole Slotting Conference Paper_Aug2010 von Matt Stockwell
2010 Blast Hole Slotting Conference Paper_Aug20102010 Blast Hole Slotting Conference Paper_Aug2010
2010 Blast Hole Slotting Conference Paper_Aug2010
Matt Stockwell570 views

Más de MiguelLugo42

Plan de Explotacion Petrolera von
Plan de Explotacion PetroleraPlan de Explotacion Petrolera
Plan de Explotacion PetroleraMiguelLugo42
154 views54 Folien
Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento von
Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento
Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento MiguelLugo42
429 views42 Folien
Depreciacion, causas y metodos von
Depreciacion, causas y metodosDepreciacion, causas y metodos
Depreciacion, causas y metodosMiguelLugo42
32 views2 Folien
CUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA II von
CUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA IICUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA II
CUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA IIMiguelLugo42
489 views20 Folien
PERFORACION DIRECCIONAL von
PERFORACION DIRECCIONALPERFORACION DIRECCIONAL
PERFORACION DIRECCIONALMiguelLugo42
418 views84 Folien
Mapa mixto miguel lugo von
Mapa mixto miguel lugoMapa mixto miguel lugo
Mapa mixto miguel lugoMiguelLugo42
21 views2 Folien

Más de MiguelLugo42(11)

Plan de Explotacion Petrolera von MiguelLugo42
Plan de Explotacion PetroleraPlan de Explotacion Petrolera
Plan de Explotacion Petrolera
MiguelLugo42154 views
Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento von MiguelLugo42
Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento
Caracterizacion geologia de yacimiento
MiguelLugo42429 views
Depreciacion, causas y metodos von MiguelLugo42
Depreciacion, causas y metodosDepreciacion, causas y metodos
Depreciacion, causas y metodos
MiguelLugo4232 views
CUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA II von MiguelLugo42
CUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA IICUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA II
CUENCA LAGO DE MARACAIBO GEOLOGIA II
MiguelLugo42489 views
PERFORACION DIRECCIONAL von MiguelLugo42
PERFORACION DIRECCIONALPERFORACION DIRECCIONAL
PERFORACION DIRECCIONAL
MiguelLugo42418 views
Poster afiche - skimming scanning von MiguelLugo42
Poster   afiche - skimming scanningPoster   afiche - skimming scanning
Poster afiche - skimming scanning
MiguelLugo4214 views
NORMATIVA APLICADA AL DIBUJO, MARTHA MORIN von MiguelLugo42
NORMATIVA APLICADA AL DIBUJO, MARTHA MORINNORMATIVA APLICADA AL DIBUJO, MARTHA MORIN
NORMATIVA APLICADA AL DIBUJO, MARTHA MORIN
MiguelLugo422.4K views
Martha Morin de Lugo, INGLES II MAPA CONCEPTUAL von MiguelLugo42
Martha Morin de Lugo, INGLES II MAPA CONCEPTUALMartha Morin de Lugo, INGLES II MAPA CONCEPTUAL
Martha Morin de Lugo, INGLES II MAPA CONCEPTUAL
MiguelLugo4239 views
Mapa conceptual Ingles II Miguel Lugo von MiguelLugo42
Mapa conceptual Ingles II Miguel LugoMapa conceptual Ingles II Miguel Lugo
Mapa conceptual Ingles II Miguel Lugo
MiguelLugo4290 views

Último

When Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & Cybersex von
When Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & CybersexWhen Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & Cybersex
When Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & CybersexMarlene Maheu
99 views73 Folien
Narration lesson plan von
Narration lesson planNarration lesson plan
Narration lesson planTARIQ KHAN
64 views11 Folien
Purpose of maths student display.pptx von
Purpose of maths student display.pptxPurpose of maths student display.pptx
Purpose of maths student display.pptxchristianmathematics
190 views9 Folien
Recap of our Class von
Recap of our ClassRecap of our Class
Recap of our ClassCorinne Weisgerber
100 views15 Folien
CONTENTS.pptx von
CONTENTS.pptxCONTENTS.pptx
CONTENTS.pptxiguerendiain
65 views17 Folien
ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks Effectively von
ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks EffectivelyISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks Effectively
ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks EffectivelyPECB
651 views18 Folien

Último(20)

When Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & Cybersex von Marlene Maheu
When Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & CybersexWhen Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & Cybersex
When Sex Gets Complicated: Porn, Affairs, & Cybersex
Marlene Maheu99 views
Narration lesson plan von TARIQ KHAN
Narration lesson planNarration lesson plan
Narration lesson plan
TARIQ KHAN64 views
ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks Effectively von PECB
ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks EffectivelyISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks Effectively
ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO/IEC 27005: Managing AI Risks Effectively
PECB 651 views
Class 9 lesson plans von TARIQ KHAN
Class 9 lesson plansClass 9 lesson plans
Class 9 lesson plans
TARIQ KHAN53 views
EIT-Digital_Spohrer_AI_Intro 20231128 v1.pptx von ISSIP
EIT-Digital_Spohrer_AI_Intro 20231128 v1.pptxEIT-Digital_Spohrer_AI_Intro 20231128 v1.pptx
EIT-Digital_Spohrer_AI_Intro 20231128 v1.pptx
ISSIP407 views
The Accursed House by Émile Gaboriau von DivyaSheta
The Accursed House  by Émile GaboriauThe Accursed House  by Émile Gaboriau
The Accursed House by Émile Gaboriau
DivyaSheta234 views
CUNY IT Picciano.pptx von apicciano
CUNY IT Picciano.pptxCUNY IT Picciano.pptx
CUNY IT Picciano.pptx
apicciano56 views
BÀI TẬP BỔ TRỢ TIẾNG ANH FAMILY AND FRIENDS NATIONAL EDITION - LỚP 4 (CÓ FIL... von Nguyen Thanh Tu Collection
BÀI TẬP BỔ TRỢ TIẾNG ANH FAMILY AND FRIENDS NATIONAL EDITION - LỚP 4 (CÓ FIL...BÀI TẬP BỔ TRỢ TIẾNG ANH FAMILY AND FRIENDS NATIONAL EDITION - LỚP 4 (CÓ FIL...
BÀI TẬP BỔ TRỢ TIẾNG ANH FAMILY AND FRIENDS NATIONAL EDITION - LỚP 4 (CÓ FIL...
Create a Structure in VBNet.pptx von Breach_P
Create a Structure in VBNet.pptxCreate a Structure in VBNet.pptx
Create a Structure in VBNet.pptx
Breach_P80 views
Monthly Information Session for MV Asterix (November) von Esquimalt MFRC
Monthly Information Session for MV Asterix (November)Monthly Information Session for MV Asterix (November)
Monthly Information Session for MV Asterix (November)
Esquimalt MFRC91 views

Revista en ingles miguel lugo

  • 1. WORLD OIL MAGAZINE INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY WELL PERFORATION MAGAZINE WORLD OIL MAGAZINE INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY Year 2020
  • 2. Edition 1. Volume 1. January 2020 Editor in Chief: Miguel Lugo. 27,315,874 Social Networks World Oil Magazine @WorldOilMagazine @WorldOilMagazine
  • 3. WORLD MAGAZINE INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY EDITORIAL Both technology and fossil hydrocarbons (oil and gas) are assets of high strategic value for any particular society or nation. Technology, in the form of products, processes and knowledge, is as old as man and has a broad spectrum of application, ranging from solutions for the best quality of life of people. The strategic importance of oil in modern times lies in its civil uses. Most nations rely heavily on oil and gas. And while the technology for its use is widely developed and globalized, the technology for the search, extraction and refining of oil is much less widespread. It follows that not only the physical resource (the barrels); but also the technology necessary for the exploration, production and refining of oil and gas; and the specialized human talent and capable of administering these technologies, are of the highest value. These three elements are of great geopolitical influence and having them is an advantage.
  • 4. CONTENT: CONTENT Editorial 3 Operator Achieves 99.5 Percent Run Efficiency in Complex Carbonate Reservoir 5 Successful Dual Drilling Operations Saves Aker BP USD 1.2 Million with Zero HSE Issues 6 Top of Cement Identification in Ultra-Deepwater Well Saves Operator USD 700,000 7 Tecpetrol Optimizes Location of Fracturing Zones and Lateral Placement Using LithoFlex Service 9 HEAL System Increases Production More Than 75% from 25 Montney Shale Wells 10 SIMplus Retrievable Bridge Plug Installs Reliable Barrier for Sealing Tubing Leak 11 COMMERCIAL SECTION 12 ENETRTAINMENT
  • 5. WORLD MAGAZINE INNOVATIONS & TECHNOLOGY Operator Achieves 99.5 Percent Run Efficiency in Complex Carbonate Reservoir EARTHSTAR® ULTRA-DEEP RESISTIVITY SERVICE GEOMAPS MULTIPLE OIL SATURATION LAYERS AND FLUID CONTACTS, AND HELPS EXECUTE DIRECTIONAL PLAN WITHIN PAY ZONE A major oil and gas operator in southeast Asia drilled extended-reach smart wells for oil recovery in a narrow 10-kilometer x 2-kilometer (6.2-mile x 1.2-mile) carbonate pinnacle reservoir. These thin oil rim development wells were challenging because of high uncertainty in reservoir structural depth and production performance, with no history or comparable analogues as reference. Additionally, the horizontal well placement was targeted at the middle of the oil zone, with a specific standoff from the gas-oil contact, which had high true vertical depth (TVD) uncertainty. The key performance indicators (KPIs) for these wells included: » Drilling the 8½-inch lateral drain with minimal undulation for ease of running the completion string » Achieving all logging-while-drilling (LWD) requirements across the target interval » Delivering flawless execution with minimum non-productive time EARTHSTAR SERVICE ENHANCES RESERVOIR UNDERSTANDING The Halliburton Sperry Drilling team recommended the EarthStar® ultra-deep resistivity service, which features a high signal-to-noise ratio arising from state-of-the-art engineering. This technology is proven to detect and map reservoir structure and fluid boundaries up to 225 feet (68 meters) from the wellbore. For this particular operation, the EarthStar service resolved multiple complex fluid boundaries, delineating the gas-oil boundary and also resolving two distinct low-resistivity signatures – thus defining the oil- water contact. Additionally, a detailed pre-well model, using multiple offset wells and various possible geologic structural models, further assured the operator that the EarthStar service would be able to resolve the targets clearly. ACCURATE WELL PLACEMENT AND GEOMAPPING MAXIMIZE ASSET VALUE The 12¼-inch hole sections of the Phase 1 drilling campaign were landed geometrically at the mid- point of the thin oil rim, based on a base-case, gas- oil contact. Thereafter, the long 8½-inch horizontal sections were drilled with minimal undulation within the +/- 5-foot (1.5-meter) TVD target window, as specified by the operator, to facilitate running the completion string. The wells were executed efficiently with each hole section being drilled
  • 6. Successful Dual Drilling OperationsSaves Aker BP USD 1.2 Million with Zero HSE Issues THREE SIMULTANEOUS DUAL DRILLING OPERATIONS REDUCE WELL TIME AND ATTAIN WORLD-FIRST RECORD NORTH SEA, NORWAY In collaboration with Aker BP, Halliburton Sperry Drilling planned and drilled two wellbores at three different proximal locations in the North Sea, offshore Norway near Stavanger. A prerequisite for each location was to first drill a pilot hole to evaluate the presence of shallow gas. Typically, the conductor hole is drilled before a pilot hole, followed by the opening of the pilot hole for running the outer- diameter (OD) casing. The deepwater rig had a dual derrick design, with full drilling capacity in both derricks. Since the derricks’ well centers were approximately 33 feet (10 meters) apart, it was decided in the planning phase of pre-operations to drill two wells simultaneously: the “pilot-hole shallow-gas” wellbore and the “main” wellbore. While this initiative was thought to be efficient and time saving, it could also potentially introduce risk factors. OPTIMIZED PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND EFFICIENT EQUIPMENT UTILIZATION HELP TO REDUCE WELL TIME AND BREAK SIMOPS RECORD
  • 7. Top of Cement Identificationin Ultra-Deepwater Well Saves Operator USD 700,000 XBAT™ SERVICEPROVIDES ACCURATE TOP OF CEMENT EVALUATION DURING CEMENTING OF LINER OVERVIEW Acoustic logging-while-drilling (LWD) tools can be used to provide an assessment of top of cement (TOC), offering an alternative to a conventional wireline cement bond log (CBL). During the cementing of a 75⁄8-inch liner in an ultra-deepwater Gulf of Mexico well, the operator could not establish cement returns during pumping operations. The final differential pressure of 150 psi during cementing was less than the planned 180 psi, and, based upon the cement lift pressure, the operator anticipated the cement column to be less than planned by approximately 150 feet (46 meters). Foreseeing cement integrity issues, the operator planned to perform a cement squeeze job following a cleanout run, and also planned to use a wireline CBL, run on a tractor, to confirm the TOC. XBAT™ SERVICE HELPS REDUCE WELL TIME THROUGH EARLY TOC DETECTION During the cleanout run to drill the cement inside the liner, a complete fluid displacement was performed. The XBAT azimuthal sonic and ultrasonic LWD service was included in the drill-out assembly, and was used to log inside the casing during both the trip-in pass and trip-out pass while the liner was pressurized differentially. A wireline CBL was run following the displacement, but, since it was not possible to perform a pressurized logging pass, the presence of the microannulus could not be confirmed.
  • 8. Toc analysis performed inside 75⁄8-inch casing during the trip-in pass of a cement cleanout run (left) compared to the trip-out pass (right). The trip-out pass occurred with lighter mud than the trip-in pass, following displacement of the drilling fluid. WAVEFORMS AND CASING ARRIVAL ANALYSIS CONFIRM TOC The XBAT service acquired acoustic waveforms during the cleanout run inside the liner to assist with the identification and confirmation of TOC acquired by the wireline CBL.The tool was programmed to fire two high-frequency monopole modes and to acquire data in memory at a fast sample rate to ensure sufficient data density without the need to slow down the tripping operations. TOC was identified at around X9,650 feet, based on based upon four different datasets acquired from the two different firing modes and from both trip-in and trip-out logging runs. The waveform analysis and casing arrival analysis complemented each other in confirming the TOC depth, and helped to identify a micro-annulus, in contrast to the wireline CBL data, which was inconclusive. As a direct result of the LWD analysis, the operator resumed normal drilling operations in the next hole section without the need for the cement squeeze, and confirmed the suitability of the XBAT service for future TOC evaluation applications.
  • 9. Tecpetrol Optimizes Location of Fracturing Zones and Lateral Placement Using LithoFlex Service Optimize drilling and completion strategy with cost-efficient solution The Vaca Muerta Formation in Neuquén, Argentina, contains complex Mesozoic shales and is rich in tight oil and gas but requires multiple data sets to understand production potential. Tecpetrol needed to evaluate production potential in a vertical well in the formation to optimize drilling and completion design; however, well conditions precluded running wireline. Tecpetrol sought a cost-efficient solution that would provide an accurate evaluation of rock heterogeneity to assess production potential, support hydraulic fracturing operations, and help place the lateral. Evaluate rock heterogeneity from cuttings Schlumberger recommended using the LithoFlex service to provide a cost-efficient near- real-time formation evaluation using the HRDM, XRF, and DRIFTS components. Together, these components provide accurate and comprehensive measurements of lithology, mineralogy, and elemental composition from cuttings, enabling a well-informed comparison of rock heterogeneity. By accurately capturing the geochemical fingerprint in the vertical well, fracturing operations can be optimized, and the best productive intervals can be used to guide lateral placemen
  • 10. HEAL System Increases Production More Than 75% from 25 Montney Shale Wells The horizontal enhanced artificial lift system— the HEAL System—guides production from the horizontal section into a sized regulating string (SRS) in the build section. Production flows up the SRS, where it is conditioned into a stabilized multiphase state, lowering fluid density, lifting liquids, and mitigating slugs. The conditioned flow is delivered to a vortex separator, which separates gas and solids from the liquid. The gas rises through the annulus and conditioned liquids are drawn up the vortex separator and delivered to the pump located in the vertical section. Extremely efficient downhole separation and consistent flows minimize gas interference and gas locking to maximize pump fillage; the system also maintains a very low bottomhole pressure, enhancing drawdown to increase production. As a result of these benefits, smaller pumping equipment can efficiently achieve higher production rates, reducing unit lifting costs. Production rate increased in excess of 75% The HEAL System increased long- term (>12 months) production by more than 75% in the 25 wells, compared with the previous production decline trend. Average incremental production was 18,400 BOE per well in the 12 months after the system was installed. As a result, the operator recovered the cost of each HEAL System installation in just 2 to 4 months.
  • 11. SIMplus Retrievable Bridge Plug Installs Reliable Barrier for Sealing Tubing Leak Diagnose and remediate leak in constrained operating conditions An operator suspected possible communication between the casing and tubing in a well offshore Venezuela. The typically limited space on the production platform necessitated performing the diagnosis and remediation on slickline. However, conducting well intervention techniques on conventional slickline could not provide precise depth placement, much less real-time control and monitoring capabilities to confirm operations. Perform digital slickline operations with real-time control and monitoring LIVE digital slickline services pair the simplicity and compact footprint of slickline operations with real-time digital telemetry to deliver relevant downhole measurement data to the surface in real time for significant improvements in control, quality, and safety. These capabilities enable running real-time production logs on LIVE PL digital slickline production logging services where previously memory logging was the only option. The SIMplus retrievable bridge plug is an expandable barrier that can be deployed on slickline, electric line, coiled tubing, drillpipe, or tractor to install a high-performance seal in fluid- and temperature-cycling environments. The SIMplus plug is the only plug that can be mechanically set by conventional slickline jarring and has achieved a 14310:2008 grade V3 rating to provide operators with reliable conformance to the most stringent well barrier criteria. Its advanced setting mechanism and large internal diameter make it the ideal sealing solution for leak detection and remediation.
  • 12. COMMERCIAL SECTION For sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at EnergyEvents@GulfEnergyInfo.com
  • 13. COMMERCIAL SECTION For sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at EnergyEvents@GulfEnergyInfo.com