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ADT END OF WELL REPORT FOR STATOIL/ESSO - NORWAY
15/12-2

NORTH SEA - NORWAY

BERT KLEINVELD ADT ENGINEER

II III ABSTRACT SUMMARY WELL DISCUSSION BY INTERVAL a) 145.TABLE OF CONTENTS I .40 M 370 M1837 M- 370 M 1837 M 2924 M " IV SPECIAL PROBLEMS a) Improvements on pipe handling techniques V CASING PROGRAM MUD SUMMARY SUPPORT MATERIAL a) b) ADT logs Graphs VI VII .

well economics t. ABSTRACT A BAROID 15/12-2 completion Computerized to assist ADT unit was used on Statoil/Esso operations. obtained in the in completion are discussions used and results by the ADT personnel and analysis. ADT service Included well and recommend in the safe and economical of all drilling reviews This Report successfull of methods the use of BAROID'S of this well.I. the performance of their responsibilities and data collection in the areas of well' sa.fety. .

average for interval. flowline and suction. are direct- 3) 4) Optimizing Analyzing ly related hole problems. Temperature Resistivity for interval. . month. tape the following bit 5) To permanently run informations record on magnetic on I meter year.day. Drill rate . to drilling for which fluid ·properties. intervals: Date . of mud . Mud density and flowline. drilling rates based on minimum the solutions cost operations.average Torque . Rotary speed . Mud flow . and suction pit. hour. Depth. second. unit 8857 on the "Ross Rig" fOT the This unit was equipped with a Housed for: information.flowline of mud flowline standpipe and suction pit.ppg. minute. Bit weight . Time. . for interval.average Meters on bit.gall/min. Hours on bit. to minimize cata- 316 computer and the other instruments geological Collecting Monitoring strophic and interpretating and analyzing well conditions and costly occurances.min/meter." II I SUM~lARY BAROID furnished well Statoil/Esso neywell 1) 2) the CDC 15/12-2.

e "k" formation drillability.bbls. Mud gas . " COMMENTS ON DATA MONITORING: 1) BAROID collected cuttings samples at intervals corresponding to the requests of the Esso/Statoil geologists. 6) To assist Esso in anyway possible to successfully complete the well. Formation factor . also samples were caught in special zones of interest. Plastic Viscosity. Penetration rate.ml/gm. Samples were described lithologically and checked for hydrocarbon shows.pump no. Delta Temperature. These intervals were: 10 M on top hole fast drilling. Pit total .gm/cc. Bit bearing wear.Standpipe pump pressure .meters/hr. Drill rate . Pump strokes to drill interval.psi. Delta Conductivity.$ per meter. II'd" xponent . 1 . Formation density . Yield Point.pump no. meters/hr. average for bit run. Pump strokes . Cost . . 2. Pore pressure .ppg. Bit tooth wear.corrected for mud weight. 3 M on lower samples.units.

variation suction in and out were continuously are affected monitored and These readings tank. moni- tored by the BAROID ples were prepared. ~. This data was used to select proper jet sizes and hydraulics. in an effort to find to pre- cost drilling program was used in conjunction weight on bit and rotary with drill-rate data to optimize constant and abrasing and tooth wear prior to each bit run. intervals <» "Hot Wire" gas detector."I 3) Shale factor and shale density and plotted.2) ~ackground. 5) Mud densities plotted. propane~ and pentane. for cas- speeds were calculated drop calculations minimum were run daily or as required. 10) Bit constant bearing dict bearing programs were run on the 316 computer factor. and maintain 9) The minimum speed. by such things as in the veritransdu- in flow and settling out of materials of mud density mud weight was frequently fied by mud balance. 6) 7) Surge pressures Surge pressures ing strings. of samples were recorded 4) Mud volumes monitored in pits and flow in and out were continuously either an influx of formation fluid to detect or lost circulation. tory.. steam distilled of individual Mud gas samat regular gases and for content reported butane in parts per million methane~ ethane. . 8) Pressure Performance cers as far as detecting gas cut mud etc. annular velocity in the riser. connection and trip gas were continuously and analyzed hydrocarbon •. Therefore. was satisfac- were calculated at various for trips.

activity summary and various recommendations.These programs have given close predictions on most sections of the hole. drill string. Close communication between Esso Drilling Foremen. mud checks. ~ 11) Bit Run Summary Reports were printed after each bit run and sent to the Stavanger office. 12) " . mud pumps. hydra~lic calculations. pore pressure. bits. fracture pressure. Continuously monitored torque has also been a valuable aid in determining bit wear. casing and annular volumes. Ross Superintendents and BAROID personnel has allowed all opinions to be considered. A daily ADT Morning Report was submitted with data from mud logging.

The 20" casing was set at a depth of 356 M.4 M.1040 M.10. 820 units of methane were recorded when bottom up was circulated out. pore pressure increased from 8.9 . Penetration rates varieing from 200 . with pene. 0. and mud was weighed up to 10. A 12 1/4" hole was drilled from 1837 to TD. A 36" hole was drilled from seabed. The riser was pulled and a 26" bit was used to ream to 370 M. WELL DISCUSSION BY INTERVAL A.0 ppg. At a depth of 2652 M. This section of the hole was drilled with differential pressures of approximately 200 psi. 2) 370 .1837 M. mud weight. . 3) 1837 .8 ppg. mud weight.5 ppg. A steady background gas of : 100 units was recorded while drilling this interval from 965 . Three 171" bits were used to drill to a depth of 1837 M. tration rates up to 275 M/hr..666 psi/ft. When making a short trip at a depth of 965 M. and a 30" conductor was set.2 ppg. in approximately 40 hrs.370 M. Well 15/12-2 Air Gap 25 M Water depth 86 M 1) 145.25 M/hr.2924 M. (Ill M from RKB) to 145. . an equivalent of 12. A leak-off test at the 13 3/8" casing shoe showed in a fracture gradient of 14.4 M . on bottom time. Estimated fracture gradient at 20" casing shoe. A 17!" pilot hole was drilled to 370 M.III.

was maintained. . When entering the "dogger" sands. several flow checks were held at severe drilling breaks and/or bottoms up circulated out. and a total of 12 M was cored with a 100% recovery. Total depth was reached at 2924 M and the well was plugged and abandoned.8 ppg.Estimated pore pressures based on shale properties and "d" exponent. While drilling. Highest estimated pore pressure of 11.4 at a depth of 2795 M. At this stage a minimum overbalance of 200 psi. but no major gas shows were recorded. the decision was made to core. At a depth of 2723 M mud weight was increased to 11.

. SPECIAL PROBLEMS . . Average trip time was 18 mii'/lOOM or 57 min/lOOO ft.IV.. of approximately previous wells drilled by "Ross Rig". The average connection time on well 15/12-2 was 10. An improvement was shown. A) Improvements on pipe handling techniques. 15% compared with " .1 mm.

at TD resulted No change wards TD. approximately resulted l75.V. pore pressures decreased penetration rates were reduced about 400%. CASING PROGRAM ~ . On location Seabed 30" 20" 15/12-2 the following at Ill. of 1400 that Toand a differential high pore pressures psi.4 Meters strings of casing were set: from RKB 36" 30" l7!" hole at hole at 145.0 Meters hole at 1837. where in low differential pressures. . considering TD is only 175 .200 M below the pay-zone. would also allow future wells to'be drilled This casing program with efficiency TD was reached in this area.7 Meters 1812.0 Meters Discussion of program.0 Meters casing casing at at at 13· 3/8" casing 12 1/4" hole at 2924.4 Meters 370.' .0 Meters 355.- . in casing program has to be made.~ below the main sands. 0 Meters 145.

8 . entering The predictions mud problems on this well have been fairly .' . ! 11.0 Section Cost $ Cumulative Cost $ 3.101.8 ppg.00 76.VI I MUD SU~1MARY .573.099.. In this area mud weights and only be increased the reservoir.50 9.205.205. close.00 30.365.6 .226.90 r.50 6.11.9.307.0 1837.00 55.50 21. The mud used on the 15/12-2 well was Gel/Lignosulfonate.0 ppg.0 2924. The total mud bill for this well while drilling was: Section break-down: Hole size 36" 26" l7!" 12 1/4" Depth M 145.90 3.4 370. and specific to could be as low as 8. just before did not occur.

?.h turbin_~ diamond V 15..) LIMITED BIT WELL NAME AND HYDRAULIC RECORD :t..~2.02 12. I I I I BT I 12 1/ " 2671 12 l/ L" 2796 2823 2835 ?RQO 12 l/ 8~" L" 17. 0.2 1/4' Depth Out 145 370 1028 1533 1837 2133 2262 Hours Drilled Run IDo:kx Meter Weight RPM 0.60/59 5 3 3 3 I I }.000/9 4.24 ~O.?/:t.000j_5° 100 104 25 105 74 125 27 12 55 32 712 690 750 700 710 656 640 320 640 625 2950 3050 3000 3050 3000 3000 3000 1050 3150 3100 135/196 136/195 147/214 135/196 139/202 123/180 123/180 62/90 126/183 123/180 69/63 69/64 74/68 70/60 71/63 65/59 61/58 60/0 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 2 3 3 5 I I 2 1/4' XV hrist vrn 11 1 2 3/H" FP 52 12 1/ XIG XV xv C18 L 2597 8 6 3 2 8 4 4 2 .0 5.000/1 2 1090 875 735 751 7.02 16.02 CBl . 100/100 102/99 94/123 95/123 63/99 139/209 142/214 102/100 102/99 82/80 71/65 72/67 2 5 2 3 3 3 I I I I I I I 15.000/6.2 8.o.30 )0..61 )3.92 )4.I3ertKleirlyeld REMARKS T Date Bit No.0J.02 08.K. BA ROI D ENGR.80 25.000/5° .90 ~O.48 5.000/9 ~0.OOO/l 2 11 86 ~5 000[1 0 32..01 3 2 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 n ..18 ~0. .25 1 2.18 0 16--rJ33 x7 12 1/4" 12 1/4 ' 63/60 ·.02 09.000/1 0 13.34 18..000/1 7 6.000/1 0 .01 02..:-' --i-~' .02 10.000/1 0 1020 .23 ~O.14 p2..01 10. .02 . 34 225 653 505 304 296 129 5. 15. ight ho er>_.02 14.02 06.02 05..000/1 5 1090 16..01 19. • 'f BAROID (U...01 27.02 I Size 26" 17~" 17~" 17~" 17~" 2 1/4' 2 1/4' 2 1/4' . Type 09.000/6( & Pump Output GPM 1100 Pump PSI 700 850 2600 2600 2300 3000 3000 Annular & OpYelocitYoC S P M Linersize 364p 1~ PISizep2 5" 5" 5" ' 5" 5" 5" 5" - B - G 1 2 3 pSC3AJ 3A PSC3A DSJ DSJ x3A hz a s t.OOO/l 6 30. 20.Q4.000/1 6 XlG 4 MD XV Reamed f:r om 1850 2362 2466 2492 " 2000 .'h02 17 2922 0.OOO/l 0 23.46 9. .jo..

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