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DAMAR-A DEVELOPMENT DRILLING PROGRAM

SLICKLINE DIAGNOSTICS ON DAA-14

Well Name
Damar-A14

ORIG:
CC:

Slot
5

AFE No
909/13009.1.01.01

DAMAR-A WELL FILE


WEST LEDA DRLG SUPV

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TABLE OF CONTENT
BACKGROUND
PROCEDURE OUTLINE
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
WELL INTERVENTION PROGRAM
ATTACHMENTS
A.

B.
C.
D.
E.
F.

WELL SCHEMATIC
DEVIATION SURVEY
STETHOSCOPE DATA
SLICKLINE PRESSURE CONTROL EQUIPMENT (PCE) D IAGRAM
'H' MANIFOLD AND PUMPING LINE LAYOUT
BHA DIAGRAMS

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Background
As of July 30th 2014, Drilling operations are on-going at Damar A with the West Leda Jack-up Rig. The
production hole of DaA-5 is currently being drilled / cased.
DaA-14 was completed on June 16, 2014. While start-up checks were conducted on this well to ready it for
production, it was found that the production casing annulus had sustained pressure. Pressure would build
back up gradually after each bleed down. Surface diagnostics have been conducted on this well, indicating
that there could be a tubing leak in this well. This leak also appears to be small based on the pressure build
up rate in the production casing annulus. The plan for DaA-14 is to conduct further diagnostics to pin point
the location of the leak while DaA-5 is drilled and completed. This work needs to be completed before DaA5 is completed to allow option to workover the well while the drilling rig is at location.
Note: High Rate Water Pack (HRWP) in DaA-14 was compromised during installation. It is suspected that
the screens have failed and there may be gravel in the LS below the upper completion (2,515m RKB
onwards). If any intervention is to be done past this depth, proceed with extra caution and conduct pull tests
regularly prior to passing this depth. Discuss with town prior to proceeding with any intervention past this
depth.

Plans for Slickline


Based on current drilling activity outlook, the slickline activity described in this document is tentatively
planned for Aug 7th, 2014, after successful production casing cementing operation. The window to perform
this job is from Aug 7th to Aug 15th, when DaA-5 is expected to be completed. This slickline activity is
expected to last 4 5 days.
The following is an outline of the plan for this activity:
1. Clear the south side of the Damar A platform with the rig crane to make room for slickline and other
associated equipment
2. Spot slickline and other required equipment on to the south side Damar A, which is accessible by the
rig crane
3. Plan to position equipment to minimize need to move after initial spotting position
4. Using a combination of tuggers below the rig floor and keelhauling, replace the hatch cover currently
on DaA-14 with the hatch cover which allows slickline rig-up (hatch cover with opening in the middle)
5. Using tuggers below the rig floor and keelhauling, move equipment to the final positions (particularly,
telescopic mast, lubricator skid, wellhead control panel, H manifold, and coflex lines / hard piping)
6. Rig-up H manifold, hard piping, and colfex lines as required
7. All lifting and handling of equipment/tools below the rig floor structure will utilize a combination of
tuggers under the rig floor structure, tuggers/pulley rigged-up on the platform main deck for
keelhauling, and the slickline telescopic mast
8. Similarly, after slickline operations is completed, equipment will be moved back to the south side of
the platform in a similar fashion, for handling by the rig crane
The plan for this work is to have dedicated Wellwork Supervisors to supervise the slickline operations for
24hours. Wellwork Supervisors supervising the slickline activity will advise the Drilling Supervisor on work
progress/issues, while drilling activities continues to be led by the Drilling supervisor. The Senior Drilling
Supervisor remains as the DPIC and is responsible for the overall operations.
Projects activity will be suspended during this period due to POB, deck space, and multiple SIMOPs
considerations.

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Procedure Outline
All pressures shall be monitored and recorded in every step of this program as part of the diagnostics. Signs
of communication between strings shall be observed at all times.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Fill up and pressure up the tubing by Production Casing Annulus (PCA).


Set tubing plug in Short String (SS) and pressure up SS to check communication with PCA.
Pressure up Long String (LS) to check communication with PCA.
Pressure up LS against lower completion.
Contingency to investigate leak in lower completion in LS.

Equipment
1. Deleum slickline unit
a. Reel skid
b. Power pack X 2
c. Telescopic mast
d. BOP / SCSSV control panel
e. Lubricator skid
f. Tool container
g. Logging container with EMR gauge, MPLT, and Ultrasonic tool
h. Air compressor (contingency)
2. SVP equipment
a. H manifold
b. Treating lines and coflex hoses
c. 2-1/16 5K flange to 2 1502 X-over for PCA
3. Tubing plugs
a. 2.813 X-lock mandrel 3
220093411 MANDREL,X-LOCK,3-1/2",OTIS#810XO28106
b. 2.81 plug body 4
220071517 PLUG,PXN,2.813",OTIS#24-PXX-28100
c.

Vee packings 20
220071182 PACKING,VEE,OTIS#91V1330,2.813"X2.370"

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Well Intervention Program


Due to the nature of the diagnostics program, changes in step sequence is expected as new data is
received through-out the program. If there is no significant changes to the steps or condition of the well,
changes to the sequence of steps can be made by the Superisor leading the operations after consulting
with Drilling Engineer and Drilling Ops. Supt. If there is significant changes to the program or well
condition, MOC approval must be obtained from the Drilling Ops. Supt.
Toolstring configuration proposed in this program are guidelines and can be changed by the Supervisor at
site as needed (adding stems, roller boogies, and overall configuration as needed). Toolstring
configuration must be tracked and recorded clearly.
Unless otherwise stated, the working fluid for this program will be 9.9ppg completion brine.
Through-out this diagnostics program, all pressure readings from the Production Casing (PCP),
Short String (SS) and Long String (LS) Tubing Head Pressure (THP) and Downhole Pressure
Gauges (DHPG) should be monitored and recorded. Signs of communication between strings to
be observed at all times.

1. Spot Deleum and SVP equipment on the platform and prepare to rig-up on well.
All lines should be hooked-up as necessary and pressure tested to 200/3,500psi.
The H manifold will be hooked-up to:
Tubing string via pumping tee
Production Casing Annulus via 2-1/16 5K flange to 2 1502 X-over
Flow back well via tree top X-over
Cementing unit on the rig via a high pressure coflex line
2. Fill up the Production Casing Annulus (PCA) with 9.9 NaCl brine via the lubricate and bleed method and
measure volume required to fill up PCA.
Attempt to lock 2,000psi in PCA. Discuss results with town.
3. Rig-up slickline PCE on SS.
Pressure test PCE to 200/3,500psi.
Lock the SSV actuator with fusible cap.
Open the SCSSV with Deleums control panel observe for pressure equalizing (SCSSV is of the selfequalizing type).
Zero slickline unit on tubing head spool (Elevation is 25.1m)
4. RIH with 2.80 gauge ring to tag XN Nipple at 2,458m RKB.
Slow down across SCSSV to ensure SCSSV is fully open before passing SCSSV.
Conduct pick-up checks as needed to ensure there are no abnormalities.
POOH.
5. RIH with 2.813 PXN plug body and set at XN-Nipple at 2,458m RKB. POOH.
RIH with plug prong and set in same.
POOH.
6. Lubricate and bleed SS tubing full of 9.9 NaCl brine, pressure up to 2,000psi, attempt to lock pressure in
SS. Observe all pressures for 30 minutes.
7. If SS is in communication with the PCA, attempt to maintain 2,000psi in the SS while bleeding off
pressure from the PCA. (If pressure test on SS is good, skip this step and proceed with step 8).
While maintaining differential pressure between SS and PCA, RIH with ultrasonic log to PXN plug,
and log-up at 30ft/min. If leak rate is high such that it is able to establish flow rate of 0.25bpm,
consult town on potential of running MPLT tool instead of ultrasonic tool.
After logging is done, pressure up SS and allow PCA to equalize, testing SS and PCA as a system
against top packer and PXN plug.
Discuss with town on logging results, and if repeat runs needs to be conducted.

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8. Rig-down from slickline PCE from SS and rig-up on LS.


Pressure test PCE to 200/3,500psi.
Lock the SSV actuator with fusible cap.
Open the SCSSV with Deleums control panel observe for pressure equalizing (SCSSV is of the selfequalizing type).
9. Pressure up on LS to 2,000psi, monitor all pressures for 30 minutes.
10. Attempt to pressure up LS against the lower completion (if PCA is in communication, allow PCA pressure
up increase and equalize with LS and pressure up LS and PCA as a system against lower completion)
11. If it is suspected that pressure in the LS is lost to the lower completion,
RIH 2.80 gauge ring to 2,500m RKB (past SSD at 2,476m RKB).
Set 2.813 PXX plug body at 2,476m RKB, POOH.
RIH to set plug prong in plug body. POOH.
Pressure up LS (and any other strings that are in communication with the LS) to 2,000psi. This is to
confirm that the top packer is holding pressure.
12. If LS is in communication with the PCA, proceed with the following sub steps.
If not performed yet, RIH 2.80 gauge ring to 2,500m RKB (if no plug at SSD at 2,476m RKB)
Attempt to maintain 2,000psi in the LS while bleeding off pressure from the PCA
RIH with ultrasonic log to 2,476m RKB, and log-up at 30ft/min. If leak rate is high such that it is able
to establish flow rate of 0.25bpm, consult town on potential of running MPLT tool instead of ultrasonic
tool.
Discuss with town on logging results, and if repeat runs needs to be conducted.
13. Discuss with town prior to conducting the following steps
Retrieve plug prong from LS SSD at 2,476m RKB.
Allow pressure to equalize across plug body prior to retrieving plug body at 2,476m RKB.
RIH 2.80 gauge ring to tag 2,873m RKB proceed with extreme caution and conduct pick-up tests
regularly.
RIH with either MPLT or Ultrasonic tool to find leak depending on the leak rate, RIH to deepest depth
reached by gauge ring in clearance check.
14. Discuss with town prior to conducting the following steps
Rig-up slickline on SS, pressure test PCE as required.
RIH to retrieve prong from PXX plug body at XN-Nipple at 2,453m RKB.
Allow pressure to equalize across plug body prior to retrieving plug body from 2,453m RKB.

End of procedure

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Attachments
Completion Report

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Deviation Survey

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Stethoscope Data

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Slickline PCE diagram

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H manifold and pumping lines lay-out

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BHA diagrams

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Standard Slickline Toolstrings

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MPLT toolstring

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Ultrasonic Toolstring

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