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Well Control Equations Drillingformulas

Well Control Equations Drillingformulas

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Well Control Equations
 
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Table of Contents
 
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................ 4Well Control Quiz Kindle Book from Drillingformulas.com ................................................................... 5Pressure (P) – psi ..................................................................................................................................................... 6Pressure Gradient (G) – psi/ft ............................................................................................................................ 6Hydrostatic Pressure (HP) – psi ......................................................................................................................... 6Bottom Hole Pressure (BHP) – psi .................................................................................................................... 7Under static condition........................................................................................................................................ 7Under dynamic condition ................................................................................................................................. 7Formation Pressure (FP) – psi ............................................................................................................................ 7Equivalent Circulating Density (ECD) , ppg .................................................................................................. 7Leak-off Test Equivalent Mud Weight (LOT), ppg ...................................................................................... 7Maximum Initial Shut-In Casing Pressure (MISICP), psi ......................................................................... 8Kill Mud Weight to Balance Formation (KMW), ppg ................................................................................. 8Slow Circulation Rate (SCR), psi ........................................................................................................................ 8Annulus Capacity Factor (ACF),bbl/ft ............................................................................................................. 8Final Circulating Pressure (FCP), psi ............................................................................................................... 8Surface To Bit Strokes, strokes ........................................................................................................................... 8Circulating Time, minutes ..................................................................................................................................... 9Capacity Factor (CF), bbl/ft.................................................................................................................................. 9Opened End Pipe Displacement, bbl/ft ........................................................................................................... 9Closed end pipe displacement, bbl/ft .............................................................................................................. 9Height of Influx, ft ..................................................................................................................................................... 9Approximate gas migration rate, ft/hr ............................................................................................................ 9Sacks of Barite Required For Weight-up, sx .............................................................................................. 10Volume Gain From Slug, bbl .............................................................................................................................. 10Triplex Pump Output (volume), bbl/stroke .............................................................................................. 10Pump Output, bbl/min ........................................................................................................................................ 10New Pump Pressure With New Pump Strokes, psi ................................................................................. 10Boyle’s Law – Gas Pressure and Volume Relationship .......................................................................... 10Mud Increment for Volumetric Method (MI), bbl .................................................................................... 11
 
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Lube Increment for Lubricate and Bleed Method (LI), bbl ................................................................. 11Bottle Capacity Required, gal ........................................................................................................................... 11Volume of Usable Fluid, gal ............................................................................................................................... 11Snubbing force for snubbing operation ....................................................................................................... 11Buoyed Weight of Open Ended Tubular (Wb),lb ..................................................................................... 12Buoyed Weight of Closed Ended Tubular without fluid in the pipe (Wb),lb ............................... 12Buoyed Weight of Closed Ended Tubular after filling the pipe (Wb),lb -> in this case, thereis different fluid weight in pipe and annular ............................................................................................. 12The Balance Point for closed ended and unfilled pipe is the point where the weight of pipein the fluid equates to force created by wellhead pressure. ............................................................... 13This is the second case for balance point calculation. The Balance Point for closedended pipe and the pipe is filled with fluid. .............................................................................................. 13Maximum Down Force on Jacks ...................................................................................................................... 13

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