Successful drilling supervision Successful drilling supervision Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Agenda of presentation:  Role of the Supervisor  The state of supervision around the world  Сhallenges that Russia faces with supervision  Contracts  Competition Speaker: John Mitchell President of Drilbert Engineering Inc John Mitchell holds a Bs. In Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.  He grew up in a family owned drilling company that was founded by his grandfather in the 1950’s. He has more than 40 years experience while working on 35 rigs all over the world,
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Autonomous Inflow Control Device: Principle, Prediction & Reality Autonomous Inflow Control Device: Principle, Prediction & Reality Tuesday, 05 March 2019
Abstract: In the current oil and gas environment, operators have focused on production optimization, effectively squeezing every last drop of oil out of their wells. Autonomous Inflow Control Device (AICD) technology has been deployed as part of the completion in old and new wells resulting in increased oil production by reducing water and gas production. For many years, inflow control devices (ICD), which restrict flow by creating additional pressure, have been used to mitigate this problem. They
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New approaches to the study of wells New approaches to the study of wells Tuesday, 05 February 2019
Currently, the methods of marker (tracer) diagnostics, which allow obtaining qualitative and quantitative data on the operation of well intervals without performing downhole operations, are becoming more common in the world. The principal difference between these technologies and traditional well logging methods (GIS) is the ability to monitor the operation of multiple hydraulic fracturing or well intervals over a long period of time with a significant decrease in the resources involved, a reduction
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Oil Fingerprinting Technology for Well and Reservoir Management Oil Fingerprinting Technology for Well and Reservoir Management Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Hydrocarbons in oil fields are affected by various secondary processes, such as biodegradation, migration of deep-seated gas, movement of formation water, and evaporation. The degree of hydrocarbon changes depends on many factors: reservoir temperature, tectonic activity, dissection of productive strata, activity of water-bearing horizons, etc. In this connection, oil initially migrated from one source rock varies differentially in different reservoirs and parts of deposits. Using high-resolution
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