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SAFETY SYSTEM REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 2011

(A) MAINTENANCE JOBS AT SURFACE SAFETY SYSTEM


Sui-20(M), Sui-26(M), Sui-47(M), Sui-59(M), Sui-68(U),
SSV Versa valve of above mentioned wells was malfunctioning, serviced and made
operative. Function tested by operating High Pilot, Found OK.
Sui-15(U/M), Sui-60(M),
Haskel Pump of above mentioned well was malfunctioning, repaired and made
operative. Function tested by operating Haskel Pump, Found OK.
Sui-51(M),
Supply regulator and Haskel Pump regulator of above mentioned well were replaced
with new ones. Function tested by pressurizing and operating Haskel Pump, Found
OK.
Sui-63(M),
Regulator of Control Panel of above mentioned well was leaking, replaced
diaphragm with new one. Function tested by operating pressurizing line, Found OK.
Sui-19(U/M),
Dump valve of above mentioned wells was malfunctioning, repaired and made
operative. Function tested by operating Low Pilot, Found OK.
Sui-05(M), Sui-07(M), Sui-11(U/M), Sui-12(U/M), Sui-15(U/M), Sui-18(/M), Sui19(U/M), Sui-21(M), Sui-26M), Sui-27(U/M), Sui-29(M), Sui-30(M), Sui-34(U/M),
Sui-35(U/M), Sui-39(M), Sui-46(M), Sui-54(M), Sui-56(U), Sui-57(M), Sui-58(M),
Sui-59(M), Sui-60(M), Sui-65(M), Sui-66(M), Sui-69(U), Sui-70(M), Sui-75(U),
High Pilot of above mentioned wells was malfunctioning, repaired and made
operative. Function tested by operating High Pilot, Found OK.
Sui-07(M), Sui-11(U/M), Sui-19(U/M), Sui-30(M), Sui-39(M), Sui-40(M), Sui-43(M),
Sui-46(M), Sui-59(M), Sui-68(U),
Low Pilot of above mentioned wells was malfunctioning, repaired and made
operative. Function tested by operating Low Pilot, Found OK.
Sui-29(M),
ESD loop of above mentioned well was faulty, repaired and made operative.
Function tested by operating ESD system, Found OK.
Sui-46(M), Sui-81(U),
Quick Exhaust of above mentioned wells was not working properly, changed its
diaphragm. Function tested by operating High Pilot, Found OK.
Sui-1(M)

Quick Exhaust of above mentioned well was leaking, replaced with new one.
Function tested by operating High Pilot, Found OK.
Sui-1(M)
SSV of above mentioned well was leaking. Changed O-rings of SSV, function tested
by recommissioning well and operating High Pilot, Found OK.
Sui-45(M)
SSV of above mentioned well was leaking. Replaced diaphragm of SSV with new
one, function tested by recommissioning well and operating High Pilot, Found OK.

(B) HYDRAULIC OIL FILLING


Hydraulic oil was filled into the Control Panel reservoir of the following wells:
Sui-8(M), Sui-18(U/M), Sui-19(U/M), Sui-39(M), Sui-42M), Sui-43(M), Sui-51(M), Sui57(M), Sui-68(U),

(C) SAFETY SYSTEM OPERATION SURVEY


During the month, wells safety system survey of following wells was carried out:
SML WELLS:
Sui-25(M), Sui-26(M), Sui-32(M), Sui-43(M), Sui-67(M)

SUL WELLS:
Sui-75(U), Sui-86(U)

PAB WELLS:
Sui-87(P)
(D) SLICK LINE INTERVENTION JOBS
During the month, following slick line intervention jobs were carried out at different
Sui wells:
RECOMMISSIONING OF SUI-(M)
WRSCSSV of Sui-64(M) was not holding pressure; therefore, Slick-line job was
carried out to restore the Down-hole safety system of Sui-64(M). Retrieved 4.56
Insert Type WRSCSSV from profile of FVLE TRSCSSV and found its upper chevron
packing damaged. Redressed 4.56 WRSCSSV was installed at the depth of 279 ft.

Pressure

tested

the

SCSSV

by

pressurizing

Control

line,

Found

OK.

Recommissioned the well into its respective GGM.


RECOMMISSIONING OF SUI-(M)
WRSCSSV of Sui-41(M) was not holding pressure; therefore, Slick-line job was
carried out to restore the Down-hole safety system of Sui-41(M). Retrieved 5.95
BFX-11 WRSCSSV and found its Dynamic-seal damaged. Redressed 5.95 BFX-11
WRSCSSV was installed in B-profile. Pressure tested the SCSSV by pressurizing
Control line, Found OK. Recommissioned the well into its respective GGM.
SLICK-LINE INVESTIGATION JOB AT SUI
In order to investigate and attempt to rectify the restriction in the tubing, slick-line job
was carried out at the effluent disposal well. Several gauge cutter runs were
attempted to clear the restriction, however, only soft restriction was cleared from
485-526 ft with 2.50 GC. The tagged depth with 2.50 GC was 835 ft. Another
attempt was made with 2.80 GC which stopped at the depth of 125 ft due to hard
scaling.
CONCLUSION:
Total depth of the Effluent well is 1243 ft, perforation interval is from 846-954 ft. GC
tagged at the depth of 835 ft which indicates presence of heavy sludge from 835 ft1243 ft.

Hence, removal of scaling in tubing with GC has been deferred till

concurrent arrangement is made for removal of accumulated debris to avoid


plugging of perforations.
PRESSURIZED ANNULUS INVESTIGATION /HNS REPLACEMENT AT SUIIn order to complete the remaining wells of pressurized annulus investigation
campaign, following well was attempted to investigate potential source of Tubing/
Annulus communication. Moreover, an attempt was also made to investigate the
SCSSV/HNS problem.
Sui-71(U)
Annulus investigation was conducted in three steps:

Step 1:

Control line pressure was bled to zero psi. Keeping TRSCSSV in closed
position

bled off tubing pressure from 825 to 400 Psi and observed for 15

minutes. No pressure build-up was observed above TRSCSSV which


confirmed that there is no communication between tubing & Annulus above
the TRSCSSV.

Step 2:
To investigate the point of communication, 4.56 HOT was set in the profile of
FVLE TRSCSSV at 249 ft. and then 3.68 FMH blanking plug was set in Fnipple. Annulus gas was bled to zero psi and it was observed that tubing
pressure also decreased to zero psi. Filled water above 3.68 FMH plug to
provide a cushion for the replacement of HNS and to check the integrity of
dynamic seal of FVLE. Found no build-up, confirming integrity of packer as
OK. Nipple down Xmass tree. Nippled down tubing head adapter.Installed 1/8
connector on tubing hanger port and pressurized control line to 3000 psig with
hydraulic pump in order to check the dynamic seal of FVLE TRSCSSV and
found that control line was not holding pressure. Replaced hanger neck
seals.Nipple up Xmass tree.Nipple up tubing head adapter.Reinstalled Z bend
along-with gas supply assembly and pressure tested with line pressure. 3.68
blanking plug was retrieved from F-nipple.

Step 3:
3.81 blanking plug was set in SSD. Bled off tubing pressure from 810 Psig to
600 Psig and annulus was decreasing with the same trend. No pressure buildup was observed in annulus or in tubing. Again bled off annulus pressure from
600 psig to 300 psig after few minutes pressure equalized with tubing hence,
integrity of LSA, SSD and SPM were also confirmed.

CONCLUSION:
Potential source of Tubing/ Annulus communication is between TRSCSSV and SSD.
Also it was confirmed from above investigation that the dynamic seals of TRSCSSV
are damaged and not holding pressure. Well was proposed for work over.
NOTE:
Detail reports were faxed to Head office on daily basis.