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DIVISION PRODUCTION

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du 28/02/05

BIT & BOTTOM HOLE ASSEMBLY RUN

Make

Type

DBS

TB26i

BIT DATA
Footage Hours ROP
Qty
M
H
M/H
1
2.8
22
0.1273

Inclineson

Motor

Of

Type

At

4-3/4" SperryDrill Lobe 4/5 - 3,5 stg

SI
D

E

Phase

MD 199
TP 196 #
R KHELIL
au 17/04/05

TOTAL
Means By Tool

1
1

2.8
2.8

22
22

0.13
0.127

HTC

3

96.6

66.5

1.45

TOTAL
Means By Tool

3
3

96.6
32.2

HTC

6

507

EP 4955

C
U
R
VE

TR

AC

KI
N

G

1,05° 3,64°

4-3/4" SperryDrill Lobe 7/8 - 3.5 stg
3.64° 88.9°

EP 4955

66.5
1.45
22.167 1.4526
138

3.67

LA
TE
R
AL

4-3/4" SperryDrill Lobe 4/5 - 3,5 stg

TOTAL
Means By Tool

88.9° 90.1°

6
6

Summing Up General
10
Numbre Of Days
27
Drilling Meter/Days 22.46
Drilling Meter/ bit
60.64

507
84.50

138
23

3.67
3.6739

606.4

226.5

2.677

MD 199

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Date

ROP Summing Up General ( MD 199 & MD 352 )
MD 199
Type

DBS

TB26i

EP 4955

3

96.6

66.5

1.45

TOTAL
Means By Tool

3
3

96.6
32.2

66.5 1.45
22.17 1.453

6

507

138

3.67

6
6

507
84.50

138
23

3.67
3.674

10
27
22
61

606.4

C
U
R
VE

LA
TE
R
AL

HTC EP 4955

TOTAL
Means By Tool

Summing Up General
Numbre Of Days
Drilling Meter/Days
Drilling Meter/ bit

226.5 2.677

KI
N

0.13
0.127

TOTAL
Means By Tool

HTC

EP 4955

TOTAL
Means By Tool

3
3

123
41

HTC EP 4955

12

500.5

238.9

12
12

500.5
41.71

238.9 2.10
19.9 2.0955

631.5

387.4 1.630

Summing Up General
18
Numbre Of Days
59
Drilling Meter/Days 10.7
Drilling Meter/ bit
35.1

59.0

60.6

4
3.5
3

59.0
10.7
35.1

76

1.62

76
1.62
25.33 1.6184
2.10

3.67

Curve
Drain
General

1.45
3.67
2.68

1.62
2.1
1.63

2.68

2.5
RO P m /h

27.0
22.5
60.6

22.5

27.0

40.0

35.1

50.0

8
72.5 0.11
2.66667 24.17 0.110
123

TOTAL
Means By Tool

70.0
60.0

3
3
3

C
U
R
VE

22
22

LA
TE
R
AL

2.8
2.8

HTC

30.0

BIT DATA
Footage Hours ROP
Qty
M
H
M/H
1
3.2
32
0.1
1
2.4
24
0.10
1
2.4
16.5 0.15

G

SI
D

1
1

AC

TOTAL
Means By Tool

TR

TR

AC

KI
N

G

SI
D

E

Make

MD 352

BIT DATA
Footage Hours ROP Phase
Qty
Make
Type
M
H
M/H
1
2.8
22 0.127
DBS
TB26i
HTC D411ST
HTC EP4955

E

Phase

TP 196 #
R KHELIL
4/20/2005

2.1
2
1.5

1.45

1.63

1.62

20.0
10.7

1

10.0

0.5

0.0
Nu m bre O f
Days

Drilli ng
Me te r/Days

Drillin g
Me te r/ bit

0
MD 199

C u rve
MD 352

Drain

Ge ne ral

0.5
0.0
Nu m bre O f
Days

Drilli ng
Me te r/Days

Drillin g
Me te r/ bit

0
MD 199

C u rve
MD 352

Drain

Ge ne ral

1.63

ral

ral

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LESSONS LEARN
BIT DATA
Footage Hours ROP
Qty
M
H
M/H

Make

Type

HTC

EP 4955

C
U
R
VE

Phase

3

96.6

66.5

BHA: 4

BHA: 5

BHA: 6

19

1.45

30
34

TOTAL

3

96.6

Means By Tool

3

32.2

HTC

6

507

138

3.67

TOTAL

6

507

138

3.67

Means By Tool

6

84.50

23

3.6739

10

606.4

226.5

2.677

LA
TE
R
AL

MD 199
TP 196 #
R KHELIL
au 17/04/05

EP 4955

Summing Up General

66.5

1.45
Graph 1

22.167 1.4526

Autres
1%
Survey
Reaming 11%
2%
Connection
10%

Numbre Of Days
27
Drilling Meter/Days 22.46
Drilling Meter/ bit

On bottom
76%

60.64
Graph 2

Others
0%

PCWD élement
NPT due to NRV
1%
2%
Neutralisation
Displacment 7%
5%

Flow test Fishing PCWD élément
1%
3%
Drilling
35%

Slip line
1%
Rig up and test UBD équipments
8%
Rig up and test ENTP équipments
3%

Trip
28%

Circulation & Hole cleaning
2%
Training
1%

Graph 3

make Up BHA
4%

MD 199

om

MD 199

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RECOMMENDATIONS
Actual Time

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Project Timing

Project Timing (PPM )

Activities

Time ( h )
Unit
Time ( h )
Unit
Drilling
226.5
2.67 m/h
196
3.1 m/h
Trip
183.5
9 h/trip
130
6.5 h/trip
make Up BHA
23
2.3 h/Bha
15
1.5 h/Bha
Training
9.5
0
Circulation & Hole cleaning
12
12
Rig up and test ENTP équipments
22.5
12
Nipple up and test UBD équipments
49
12
Slip line
4.5
4.5
Displacment
29.5
29.5
NPT due to NRV
13
0
Others
2
2
Neutralisation
44.5
44.5
PCWD élement
4.5
4.5
Flow test
18
18
Fishing PCWD élément
6
0
Numbre Of Days
27
20

Graph 4
Actual Time

30

27

MD 199
TP 196 #
R KHELIL
au 17/04/05

Time ( h )
196
156
15
0
12
12
12
4.5
0
0
2
0
4.5
18
0
18

Project Timing Project Timing (PPM )
27
20
18

25

20

18

20

Days
15
10
5
0
Actual Time

Project Timing

Planning

Project Timing (PPM )

Unit
3.1 m/h
8 h/trip
1.5 h/Bha

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RECOMMANDATIONS ( partie UBD )

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MD 199
TP 196 #
R KHELIL
au 17/04/05

1. Il n'est pas nécessaire d'utiliser 03 outils pour le forage de la courbe, ce qui nous
évitera une manœuvre en plus ( graph. 1)
2.Les surveys représentent 11 % du temps alloué au forage (on bottom ),Un corridor adéquat
de la part du service géologie nous serait que bénéfique ( graph. 2 )
3.Le temps alloué aux ajouts de simples représente 10 % du " on bottom time ", donc un
supplément de NRV est à recommander ( graph. 2 )
4.Ladurée globale des manœuvres représente 28 % de la phase forage( 27 jours ), ce qui
représente 7 jours, une meilleure pratique et plus que nécessaire pour réduire le coût
global des opérations ( graph. 3 )
5.Le nipple up des équipements UBD ( sur stack BOP) et le test de circuit UBD représente
8 % (soit 2 jours ) de la phase forage, il ne serait toléré de dépasser 12 heures de temps,
pour cela des tests partiels au cours du montage sont recommandés ( graphe 3 )
6.les NRV (RoNal Duel NRV ) utilisés sur MD 199 n'ont pas donnés de bonnes résultats,
ainsi que le NRV pulling Tool ( NPT 13 heures ), des non return valves de déferant type
sont à envisager ( Baker type F ou G )
7.Si on s'applique à respecter les points sus- cités on parviendra à réduire le temps
de la phase forage à 20 jours ( graph. 4 )
8.Le temps alloué au déplacement et à la neutralisation est de l'ordre de 12 % de la phase
forage, L'utilisation du PPM ramènera la durée de forage à 18 jours (graph. 4 )
9.Un choix plus approprié des outils ne fera qu' augmenté le ROP, la durée du vie et diminué
le nombre de trip d'ou une fois encor la durée de forage peut être revue en baisse

Autres
1% Heures
Survey
Reaming119
11%
15
2%
3
Connection
2
10%
18

On bottom
Connection
Reaming
Autres
Survey

%
52.65
6.64
1.33
0.88

17.66667

On bottom
76%

On/Of Bottom

Reaming Autres
1%
1%
Connection
6%
BHA: 4
BHA: 5
BHA: 6

BHA: 4

BHA: 5

On bottom
92%30

BHA: 634
19

19

30
34

Activities
Drilling
Trip
make Up BHA
Training
Circulation & Hole cleaning
Rig up and test ENTP équipments
Rig up and test UBD équipments
Slip line
Displacment
NPT due to NRV
Others
Neutralisation

Time ( h )
226.5
183.5
23
9.5
12
22.5
49
4.5
29.5
13
2
44.5

Unit
2.67 m/h
9 h/trip
2.3 h/Bha

Time ( h )
Unit
196
3.1 m/h
130
6.5 h/trip
15
1.5 h/Bha
0
12
12
12
4.5
29.5
0
2
44.5

Time ( h )
196
156
15
0
12
12
12
4.5
0
0
2
0

PCWD élement
Flow test
Fishing PCWD élément
Numbre Of Days

4.5
18
6
27

Neutralisation
7%
Others
0%
NPT due to NRV
2%
Displacment
5%
Slip line
1%
Rig up and test UBD équipments
8%
Rig up and test ENTP équipments
3%
Circulation & Hole cleaning
2%
Training
1%
make Up BHA
4%

PCWD élement
1%
Flow test Fishing PCWD élément
1%
3%
Drilling
35%
Trip
28%

4.5
18
0
20

4.5
18
0
18

Unit
3.1 m/h
8 h/trip
1.5 h/Bha

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Flow Test

MD 199
TP 196 #
R KHELIL
au 17/04/05

Pendant le forage du drain du MD 199, 04 flow test ont été conduits @ 3000 m,
la durée de chaque flow test est de ' heures avec une duse 3/4"

No
1
2
3

Q oil moy
14.5 m3/h
39.7m3/h
29.7m3/h

4

Q gaz moy WHP moy
3.4 mmscf/d 890 psi
8.9 mmscf/d 1196 psi
6.8 mmscf/d 1140 psi

32.2 m3/h 7.1 mmscf/d 1165 psi

35

25

3961

14.5
39.7
29.7
32.2

40

30

TD m
3701
3787
3872

m3/h

20
15
10
5
0
1

2

n° flow test
3

4

Il est clair que les fluctuations en over balance pendant le forage engendre des
dommages pour la formation. On ne peut prétendre à dire que c'est temporaire ou
permanent a cause de la courte durée du flow test ajouté la possibilité d'une
additionnelle exposition à une nouvelle productive zone
On remarque que le flow test n° 1 à donné le plus faible résultat, la raison principale
est que cette partie du drain a été exposée au kill mud pendant plus de 24 heures.
à l'inverse des autres tests qui ont été effectués juste après le forage et avant
la remontée (formation vierge )

MD 199

For future underbalanced wells in this area, the following is recommended:
1. Failure analysis and reports should be generated on the problems encountered with the
real-time pressure data. Downhole pressure data is essential for detecting reservoir
inflow, conditioning and maintaining the UB condition, and displacing to and from kill
fluid.
2. Determine a safe operating guideline for the Varco rotating head. This should include
minimum differential pressures at various WHP so that on future wells, excessive closing
pressures are not used that create problems with WOB, element wear, and choke
plugging.
3. Guidelines for rotating head element wear. Detailed guidelines should be developed for
evaluating element wear so that they are not changed out unnecessarily.
4. To ensure that the maximum benefit of UB technology is achieved, it is recommended to
ensure that no drilling is performed when the BHP is at or above reservoir pressure. This
would only cause short delays at the start of bit runs.
5. Reevaluate the operating matrix for the UBD equipment. Currently the UBD program
states that BHP preference for maximum gas rate while drilling is 5 MMscfd.
6. The auto igniter for the flare needs to be redesigned. Heat generated by the flare melted
the current design.
7. Prior to rigging out, fluid from the UBD tank 1 and 2 should be emptied. For this well,
fluid was moved from one tank to the other while cleaning. Although sufficient time was
allowed for most of the vapors to dissipate, emptying both of these tanks at the end of the
well would allow additional time and create a safer work environment.
8. Develop guidelines for Reed vapor pressure (RVP) and Flash Point data. Data was
collected throughout this well but no limits were developed for initiating changes in
procedures, for example slugging the line with clean diesel prior to connections.
From an operational perspective, the UBD program for BHP Ohanet 119z was very safe and
successful. The main reason for this success is BHP, SDS, and Precision’s commitment to
safety and detailed planning. The technical success of this well will be the subject of future
evaluation by BHP as more well production and offset data is collected.

flare melted

very safe and

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