Hybrid Drill Bits: Worldwide Experience and Opportunities in Russia Caspian

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In all drilling environments, effectiveness of conducted jobs depends on proper drill bit selection, since it’s the first element of BHA to touch the bottomhole and actually crush the rock.

It has recently been shown in many studies that instable bit-rock interaction might be the root cause of intensive bottom hole vibrations, premature bit cutting structure and tools damage, reduced distances drilled. In addition, sudden changes in geological characteristics and low level of bottom hole drilling parameters control often lead to decreased penetration rates and overall performance. To aid these and other related issues, drill bit companies strive to create rock-crushing instruments for improved results in less round-trips. The lecture provides an overview of Baker Hughes in-house hybrid drill bit technology and discusses suitable applications for its implementation. It covers case histories from worldwide and particularly recent success in Caspian region, as well as current opportunities across Russia.

About Author

Kamatov Kamal -drilling applications engineer at Baker Hughes.

Graduated with honour from drilling department of Gubkin State University of oil and gas in 2009 as petroleum engineer. As a student, won a Shashin grant of International Fuel and Energy Association in 2008.

In 2010 started career in Drill Bits division of Baker Hughes as technical support engineer for projects in Krasnoyarsk and Usinsk, later held position of drill bits applications engineer in Moscow. Currently works as drilling applications engineer for Baker Hughes Drilling Services department in Tyumen.

Main field of research is drilling performance optimization through improved drill bits designing and drillstring dynamics control.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congress Center of RF CCI. Start at 7 p.m.:

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