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Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program
1) Executive Summary
MAHARVI – 1 is an exploratory well in the Maharvi Concession. The objective of this well is to test the SaltRange Formation / Khewra Sandstone with the well to be drilled to a Target Depth of 7,300ft-RT or 200 ft inside “Basement” (whichever is shallower) Spudded with the 12¼′ ′ bit, the well will be drilled to ± 1917ft-RT in the first hole section. This section will be cased with 9⅝′ ′ casing and cemented to the surface. After the casing/cementing job, 11′ ′ x 9⅝′ ′ 5K SOW wellhead will be installed. The final phase will be drilled with 8½′ ′ hole to the T.D at 7,300ft-RT. This section will be drilled to test the potential of Salt Range Formation / Khewra Sandstone and will be logged as per the logging program. Decision to run 7′ ′ casing will be based on the E-log results, open hole testing and hydrocarbon shows. 8½′ ′ hole will be cased with 7′ ′ casing followed by cementation job to the surface. After cementing 7′ ′ casing hanger will be landed inside 9⅝′ ′ Casing Head Housing & 11′ ′ 5K x 11′ ′ 5K Tubing spool will be installed. After running 7′ ′ casing, completion will be run, X-mass tree installed and pressure tested. The well will then be perforated and tested as per program. In the event well has to be abandoned, appropriate abandonment procedure will be set in place as per the guidelines in the Plug and Abandonment section of this Program. The well will be drilled and completed so that oil & gas production may commence as soon as possible.
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program
2) WELL SYNOPSIS
WELL CLASSIFICATION LOCATION CO-ORDINATES ELEVATION EASTING NORTHING CONCESSION AREA PROSPECT TYPE REFERENCE SYSTEM PROGNOSED T.D OBJECTIVE AREAL CLOSURE VERTICAL CLOSURE RIG OUTFIT TO BE DEPLOYED COMPLETION OF DRILLING RESPONSIBILITY OF EXECUTION MAHARVI – 1 Exploratory Line 2007 - MRV - 07, SP 1574 Latitude 29° 51' 32.9817" N Longitude 72° 55' 55.7589" E RT 506 ft. (AMSL) GL 476 ft. (AMSL) 3219437.00 E 632898.90 N Maharvi E.L. Tilted Fault block Everest 1830 (Pakistan) Ellipsoid. Lambert Projection – India Zone I 7300 ft RT (6794 ft SS) or 200 ft inside “Basement” (whichever is shallower) SaltRange Formation / Khewra Sandstone. 4895 Acres 18317Acres 100 ft Global Drilling GD-1. ± 20 Days after spud in (excluding 7” Casing & Cmt) OPII Drilling Department
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program
DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH CLAYSTONE CLAYSTONE WITH INTERCLATION OF SANDSTONE PERMIAN SARDHAI (449') 2661' OPTIONAL 7" CASING TO BE RUN IF REQUIRED WARCHHA (493') 3000 8-1/2" HOLE TO BE DRILLED TO TD 3154' 3380' 3426' S 3688' DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH INTERCALATION OF CLAYSTONE.1) PROGNOSED SECTION MAHARVI .Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 3. THIN BEDS OF SILTSTONE AND DOLOMITE.10 DOMINANTLY LIMESTONE WITH THIN BEDS OF CLAYSTONE. 7.300 FT RT (6794 FT SS ) NOTE : TD WILL BE 7300 FT RT OR 200 FT INSIDE BASEMENT ( WHICHEVER IS SHALLOWER ) LEGEND SHALE VV VV VV VV ANHYDRITE SILTSTONE LIMESTONE SANDSTONE DOLOMITE CLAYSTONE SALT X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 7000 7002' v vv P IGNEOUS BASEMENT. vv vv vv vv vv vv vv v v vv v v v v v v PRECAMBRIAN BASEMENT (298'+) TD.JURASSIC NAMMAL (167') SAKESAR + DATTA(128') 2000 2084' 2212' 1917' S 9 . SHDT-GR DANDOT (226') TOBRA (46') JUTANA (262') SANDSTONE WITH THIN BEDS OF CLAYSTONE. IGNEOUS PRIMARY OBJECTIVE P S SECONDARY OBJECTIVE 6 .1 WIRELINE LOGGING CASING MAHARVI BLOCK PROGNOSED SECTION FORMATION LITHOLOGY LAT : 29° 51' 32.ANHYDRITE AND SALT) WITH THIN BEDS OF CLAY AND SANDSTONE.7589" E RT: 506 FT GL: 476 FT DEPTH IN FEET (RT) MUD WEIGHT (PPG) AGE REMARKS SIWALIKS NEOGENE 9-5/8" CASING @ 1917 FT RT (+1887') BHC-GR 1000 DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH INTERCALATION OF CLAYSTONE. DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH CLAYSTONE DLL-MSFL-BHC-GR-SP LDL-CNL-NGS. CAMBRIAN PREDOMINANTLY DOLOMITE 4000 KUSSAK + KHEWRA (1149') 9 .9817" N LONG :72° 55' 55. P 4837' SALT RANGE (2165') 5000 vv vv vv vv vv vv vv vv vv P v vv v vv v vv v vv v vv v vv v vv v vv v vv SALT SATURATED MUD TO BE USED INFRA CAMBRIAN 6000 DOMINANTLY EVAPORITES (DOLOMITE.10 SANDSTONE WITH INTERCALATION OF LIMESTONE. EOCENE E.
Top .SS (Ft) +476 1411 1578 1706 2155 2648 2874 2920 3182 4331 6496 6794 Thickness (Ft) +1887 167 128 449 493 226 46 262 1149 2165 298+ 7 .D.RT (Ft) Surface 1917 2084 2212 2661 3154 3380 3426 3688 4837 7002 7300 Top . will be 7300 ft RT or 200 ft inside “Basement” (whichever is shallower).2) PROGNOSIS SUMMARY RT: GL: 506 ft (AMSL) 476 ft (AMSL) Age NEOGENE EOCENE E.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 3.JURASSIC Formation SIWALIKS SAKESAR + NAMMAL DATTA SARDHAI WARCHHA PERMIAN DANDOT TOBRA JUTANA CAMBRIAN INFRA CAMBRIAN PRE CAMBRIAN KUSSAK + KHEWRA SALT RANGE BASEMENT TD NOTE: T.
3. Siltstone: Reddish brown. The thickness of the Limestone encountered at the Top of this group is 50 m at Marot # 1 and 20 m at Bahawalpur East # 1. i/p coarse grained.2) SAKESAR FORMATION: Lithology 8 . buff. greenish grey.3) FORMATION CHARACTERISTICS 3. Sandstone: Light brown. grey. Claystone: Medium to light brown. unconsolidated to consolidated. Limestone: Off white. calcareous cement. pale yellow. SAKESAR AND NAMMAL FORMATION : ( 1917 – 2084 ft RT ) 3. Rawalpindi Group: ( 830 – 1917 ft RT ) Lithology The Lithology typically consists of red Claystone with Sandstone. i/p sorted.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 3. microcrystalline. Rawalpindi group is anticipated at 830 ft. angular to subangular. At the base which is overlain by thick Sandstone and Claystone with minor Limestone.3. fine to medium grained. white. clear. calcareous cement. micaceous.1) RECENT – SIWALIKS : ( Surface – 1917 ft RT ) Recent: ( Surface – 830 ft ) The Lithology consists dominantly of loose Sand with Clay. moderately hard. soft. light grey. swell. calcareous..
calcareous. yellowish brown.. The Marl is cream coloured to light grey. usually massive with considerable development of Chert in the upper part. mic..3. argillaceous. moderately hard. nodular.. 3. off white. while the Limestone and Marl are light grey to bluish grey. The upper part consists of bluish grey to dark grey Limestone with intercalation of Marl and Shale. sticky. non swell. moderately hard to hard. bluish grey. moderately hard. green. firm. i/p grey. silty. sticky. soft.. occasionally brown. brown.. olive green. calcareous. buff. chalky. amorphous. traces fossils.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program At type locality the formation consists dominantly of Limestone with subordinate Marl. Packstone. microcrystalline. Marl and Limestone. The Limestone is cream coloured to light grey. The Limestone is argillaceous in places. traces pyrite. calcareous. off white. The Shale is grey to olive green. soft. The Lower part of the formation is composed of bluish grey Marl with subordinate interbedded calcareous Shale and minor Limestone. At Bahawalpur East # 1 and Marot #1 the lithology encountered is as follows : Claystone: Dark grey. 9 . light grey. argillaceous. green. Contact The Upper contact with Sakessar Limestone is transitional. At Bahawalpur East #1 and Marot #1 the lithology encountered is as follows: Limestone: White. Marl: Light grey.3) NAMMAL FORMATION: Lithology At type locality the formation consists alternation of Shale. blocky. Siltstone: Grey. Marl: Off white. Clay stone: Light brown.
off white. fine to medium grained. PERMIAN 3. maroon. soft to hard. angular to subangular. dark grey. At Bahawalpur East # 1 and Marot #1 the lithology encountered is as follows : Limestone: Grey. chocolate brown. grey. The Clay predominantly displays Lavender colour. dolomitic. Siltstone: Grey. silty. with some minor Sand and Siltstone beds. calcareous. calcareous. It also contains some carbonaceous Shale. Fireclay is normally present in the Lower part while the upper part includes a thick bed of maroon Shale. green and white) Sandstone. sticky. clear.3. micaceous. 10 . Siltstone and Mudstone with irregularly distributed calcareous.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program EARLY JURASSIC 3. carbonaceous.. lig streaks.5) SARDHAI FORMATION: (2212 – 2661 ft RT ) Lithology At type locality the formation is composed of bluish and greenish grey Clay.3. Minor chert and gypsum are found dissiminated in the formation with occasional calcareous beds in the upper part of it. Claystone / Shale: Reddish brown. moderately hard. sorted. Shale. (org). i/p subrounded.4) DATTA FORMATION: (2084 – 2212 ft RT ) Lithology At type locality the formation is mainly of continental origin and consist of varigated (red. ferruginous glass Sand and fireclay horizons. calcareous cement. i/p amorphous.
Contact The Warchha Sandstone conformably overlies the Dandot Formation. Claystone: Olive green. the pebble of the unit are mostly of pink colour and of quartzite. conglomeratic in places and has interbeds of Shale / Claystone. grey. calcareous cement. translucent. reddish brown. sorted. arkosic. fine to medium grained. quartz. Sandstone: 11 ..3. green. calcareous.. 3. calcareous. silty.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program At Bahawalpur East #1 Sardhai Formation predominantly composed of Sandstone. glauconitic.7) DANDOT FORMATION: (3154 – 3380 ft RT ) Lithology The formation consists of light to dark grey. Sandstone: Grey. non swell. olive green. firm. yellowish Sandstone with occasional thin pebbly beds and subordinate dark grey and greenish splintery Shales. moderately sorted. clear. dark grey. Claystone: Dark brown. purple or shows lighter shades of pink. occasionally yellow. angular to sub rounded. angular to subangular. light brown. 3. dark grey.6) WARCHHA SANDSTONE: (2661 – 3154 ft RT ) Lithology The formation consists of medium grained Sandstone.. fine to medium grained.3.. i/p coarse grained. At type locality it is red. nonswell. green. moderately hard to firm. calcareous cement. Sandstone: Clear. (pyr).
argillaceous. Clayey matrix.Boulder Bed: dark grey. angular to subangular. Sandstone: 12 . non calcareous. fine grained. Sandy. argillaceous. hard. i/p brown. massive. Claystone / Shale: Dark grey.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Dark grey. partly Sandy Dolomite and the upper part is composed of light green to dirty white massive Dolomite. firm. angular to subangular. fine grained.3.. KUSSAK AND KHEWRA FORMATION: (3688 – 4837 ft RT ) 3. grey.3. firm.10) KUSSAK FORMATION: Lithology The formation is composed of Sandstone and Siltstone.The formation is conformably underlain by the Kussak Formation. hard. sorted. pink Gypsum lenses may be present near the Top.Boulder Bed: dark grey. non calcareous. cryptocrystalline. i/p silty. sorted.At Bahawalpur East # 1 and Marot #1 the formation dominantly consists of Sandstone. alternating facies of Siltstone and Shale.3. Sandy.The formation has a gradational contact with the underlying Tobra Formation and is terminated in sharp but conformable contact with the overlying Warchha Sandstone. CAMBRIAN 3. Dolomite: Light brown. Clayey matrix.8) TOBRA FORMATION: (3380 – 3426 ft RT ) Lithology The formation consists of marine Sandstone. 3. Sandy.9) JUTANA FORMATION: (3426 – 3688 ft RT ) Lithology The Lower part of the formation consists of light green. green. Sandstone: Dark grey. i/p calcareous. with minor light grey Dolomite.
loc vuggy.11) KHEWRA SANDSTONE: Lithology The formation consists predominantly of purple to brown. Siltstone: Brown. hard. yellow.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Brown.3. pyrite. greenish grey. i/p light brown. i/p dol.11) SALT RANGE FORMATION: (4837 – 7002 ft RT ) Lithology The Lower part of SaltRange Formation is mainly composed of Marl with Salt. slightly to non calcareous. i/p translucent. non calcareous. i/p dolomitic. i/p argillaceous. silty. occasionally grades to siltstone. chalky. INFRA CAMBRIAN 3. i/p micaceous. off white.3. flaggy shale with minor Siltstone. Sandstone: Purple to brown. clear. Anhydrite. i/p light grey. fine grained. creamy. Sandstone and Claystone while the beds of Dolomite. yellowish brown. grey. Shale / Claystone: Reddish brown. i/p suc. greenish grey. fine grained. Dolomite: White. moderately sorted to sorted. i/p green. i/p light brown.. fine grained Sandstone and Siltstone. dense. yellowish brown. 3. angular to subangular. 13 . firm to hard. Limestone. i/p glauconitic.i/p calc cmt. The Lower most part of the formation is red. Siltstone and Shale are the constituents of the Upper part. Siltstone: Reddish brown. silty in parts. off white. i/p moderately hard to hard. dolomitic. argillaceous. massive.parts. traces of pyrite. non-swell. blocky. microcrystalline.
14 . lam.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Limestone: Light brown to brown. PRE CAMBRIAN 3. dark grey. occasionally translucent. crm. off white. firm to moderately hard. dark brown to red. Marl: Grey. silty. Salt: Clear. black. micaceous. i/p lam. grey. fine to coarse grained. moderately calcareous to calcareous cement. dolomitic. Claystone: Off white. friable to moderately hard. bluish grey. i/p red. non-swell. i/p light grey. metamorphic and igneous complexes.3. i/p green. metasedimentary. soft to moderately hard. dolomitic Anhydrite: White. mic. green. i/p moderately hard. ferru. Mudstone. calcareous. i/p pink. i/p white to off white. lam. angular to subrounded. sorted. non calcareous. grey. occasionally Siltstone with few Anhydrite. Sandstone: Brown. microcrystalline. dark brown.12) BASEMENT: (7002 – 7300+ ft RT ) Lithology These oldest rocks are composed of sedimentary. calcareous to non calcareous cement. stromatolitic filaments. green. green. hard to moderately hard. off white. Shale: Dark grey. chalky. i/p dark brown. with dolomitic streaks. Siltstone: White. Dolomite beds (Breccia ). firm. crm. i/p light grey. ferru. brecciated. argillaceous. The lithology is composed of dark coloured and hard but more importantly fractured rock. reddish brown. i/p sticky. soft to firm. silty. i/p amorphous. off white. (org). i/p oolitic. reddish brown.
calc veins. hard. chlorite. metamorphosed basic Igneous rock.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program At Bahawalpur East #1 and Marot # 1 the characteristics of the formation are as follows: Basement: Black. pyrite. dark green. fractured. Dolerite. 15 .
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4 DRILLING & CASING S ECTION 16 .
± 300 ft Liner Lap 8½″ Hole ± 9.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.300 ft.917 ft Top of 7″ Liner @ ± 7.300 ft.1) Planned Well Schematic 9⅝′ ′ Top of cement 16 ″ Line Pipe Conductor @ 60 . 8½″ Hole ± 7.709 ft 7″ 29 ppf TPCQ pin X Box casing Shoe @ ± 7.300 ft 17 . L-80. Shoe @ ± 1.917 ft 9⅝″ Casing 47 PPF. BTC.80 ft 12¼′ ′ Hole ± 1.
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.2) Drilling Montage 18 .
DRILLED (42') 8.6 FT/HR 8-1/2" OSC-3J (2 BITS USED) FT .1 FT BHC-GR 17-1/2'' OSC-3 (1 BIT USED) FT .50 HR 19.5 HR 1. 9.1 FT/HR AGE FM-1 FM-2 S I W A L I K S (+1481') (FT .DRILLED (558') 18.9 FT/HR 12-1/2'' OSQ-2J (1 BIT USED) FT .1 DRILLING MONTAGE 9-5/8" CASING @ 6000. 7.KB) SPUD DATE: NEOGENE-QUATERNARY SIWALIKS NEOGENE 9-5/8" CASING @ 1917 FT RT (+1887') SIWALIKS 1000 12-1/4" HOLE PROGNOSED 13-3/8" CASING @ 1983.DRILLED (272') 69.RT : 506' (AMSL) GL : 476' (AMSL) DEPTH (FT.25 HR 3.JUR? 3251' CENTRAL INDUS BASIN 9.6 FT/HR 10. DATTA (128') SARDHAI (449') PERMIAN 2661' WARCHHA (493') 3000 (482') RAWALPINDI DANDOT (226') TOBRA (46') 3154' 3380' 3426' S 3688' EOCENE MES.DRILLED (7') 4.25 HR 38.2 (FROM SUMMARY CHART ) .RT) TOP (FT.DRILLED (860') 98.2 FT/HR CAMBRIAN KUSSAK + KHEWRA (1149') DLL-MSFL-BHC-GR-SP LDL-CNL-NGS.75 HR 4.DRILLED (3143') 82.1 (WELL SUMMARY) FORMATION 50 CASING LINER SHOE DEPTH LITHOLOGY PROG.DRILLED (1190') 288.DRILLED (304') 15.300 FT RT ( 6794 FT SS ) V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 7000 v v v v 7002' P 6900' 8-1/2" OSC-J (3 BITS USED) FT .2 FT/HR 8-1/2" R1 (1 BIT USED) FT .1 (FROM COMPOSITE LOG ) FM .DRILLED (402') 71 HR 5.8 FT/HR CAMBRIAN 5643' MAGNASIAN S.7 FT P 8-1/2" HOLE 4837' vv vv vv vv 5000 SALT RANGE (2165') INFRA CAMBRIAN 5170' SALT PSEUDO MORPHS (?) BAGHAN WALA (473) JUTANA P vv v vv v vv v vv v RT = 506’ (AMSL) GL = 476’ (AMSL) 12-1/2'' OSC-J (2 BITS USED) FT .961' KB 19 V V V V V V V V PRECAMBRIAN BASEMENT (298'+) WIRELINE LOGGING + 7" LINER / CASING ( OPTIONAL ) + COMPLETION & TESTING TD.8 8-1/2" W7R (28 BITS USED) FT .RT) ACTUAL (FT .ST vv vv vv vv KHEWRA PUNJAB SALINE SERIES (2900') TD.25 HR 5.50 HR 15.75 HR 29.6 FT PURPLE S.DRILLED (212') 2.25 HR 8. ACTUAL TOPS SAMPLE (FT . COLUMN ACTUAL NUMBER OF DAYS MUD WEIGHT (PPG) BIT DATA 26'' OSQ-2 (1 BIT USED) FT . SHDT-GR PERMIAN 4000 MIDDLE PRODUCT BEDS MAHARVI .75 HR 77.7 FT/HR 8-1/2" OWC-J (8 BITS USED) FT .4 (348') JUTANA (262') 3599' ZALUCH / NILAWAHAN (1571) MAHARVI BLOCK 12-1/2'' OSC-3J (4 BITS USED) FT .RT) AGE FORMATION MAHARVI X-1 PROGNOSED DRILLING MONTAGE SCALE: 1: 6000 LOGGING PROGNOSED ACTUAL MAHARVI X-1 T I M E DEPTH 30 Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program KARAMPUR .6 FT/HR 8-1/2" OSQ-2J (1 BIT USED) FT .ST KUSSAK 6000 J H E L U M (1257) 7" CASING @ 7205.JURASSI C NAMMAL (167') SAKESAR + 1917' 2084' 2212' S WIRELINE LOGGING+ 9-5/8" CASING JOB + WORK ON WELL HEAD.DRILLED (518') 32.43 8-1/2" OWV-J (6 BITS USED) FT .1 FT/HR 8-1/2" OWS-J (7 BITS USED) FT .9 FT/HR 10 9.75 HR 47 FT/HR 1499' M U R R E E (1270') 2769' 2000 EOCENE E.DRILLED (544') 40 HR 13.6 FT/HR FM .DRILLED (1774') 37.RT) CASING / LINER SHOE DEPTH PROGNOSED DRILLING 0 10 20 CURVE 40 LITH.300 FT RT ( 6794 FT SS ) 10 20 30 PRE-CAMBRIAN 0 40 50 SALT RANGE 8000 TD WILL BE 7300 FT RT OR 200 FT INSIDE BASEMENT ( WHICHEVER IS SHALLOWER ) LEGEND SHALE VV VV VV VV ANHYDRITE SILTSTONE LIMESTONE SANDSTONE DOLOMITE CLAYSTONE SALT X X X X X X X X X X X X IGNEOUS PRIMARY OBJECTIVE P S SECONDARY OBJECTIVE 9800' BASEMENT (161' +) BASEMENT TD. 7.
1. A proper record to be maintained at the rig site of such documents. Immediately after displacing cement. These ratings can only be increased after specific instructions received from head office. Time spent on drilling with low weights and reaming to reduce angle would prevent problems with casing wear in later stages. ensure that the conductor is correctly aligned & centered below the rig rotary table to prevent offset casing wear. swab/surge pressure. The slips should be set with ± 70% of casing hanging weight in mud. Maximum external test pressure to be applied to any casing string must not exceed 75% of the rated collapse pressure. Regular well control drills should be carried out from below the 9⅝″ casing shoe. Drill pipe-casing protector must be used during drilling 8½′ ′ hole section. Extreme care should be taken at all times while tripping. At no time should drill pipe fitted with protector be allowed to enter into open hole. Maintain hole verticality as straight as possible. especially when a delicate balance between losses and inflows exist. every precaution must be taken to prevent cement from hardening in the wellhead sections. These drills should be noted in the IADC drilling reports & proper record maintained at the rigsite. the wellhead sections must be thoroughly flushed out to remove any excess cement displaced or channeled to the surface. All casing strings must be hung in tension to reduce the effect of helical buckling on the casing. Swab/surge pressures can cause serious problems. Survey frequency should be increased if hole deviation becomes a problem. SCR should be recorded as per directions in section 7. pulling/running speeds must be determined and used as a guide in these situations. During all long string cement jobs.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4. If necessary ream hole section repeatedly to reduce angle. Maintain at least 500 bbls of 12 ppg (appropriate kill mud) in reserve at all times commencing from spud. It would be appreciated if good drilling practices are followed with special emphasis on safety measures.3) GENERAL DRILLING INSTRUCTIONS Hold pre-spud meeting Prior to spud in. Consequently during critical conditions. Maximum internal test pressure to be applied to any casing string must not exceed 65% of the casing burst rating taking into consideration the fluids inside and outside the casing string. Work instructions should be issued in written form to drilling contractor and other service personnel. 20 .
917′ (9⅝′ ′ casing shoe depth). Drill hole with lightweight on bit to ensure vertical hole.1) SECTION OBJECTIVE The main objective of the 12 ¼′ ′ section is to set a competent casing string to provide well control for the continuation of the drilling to the next casing seat. 21 . M/u and rack back stands of DC’s & 5” HWDP’s required for the BHA. Check that the conductor pipe is centralized. At the Section T.P lines at 3500 psi.4) 12 ¼ ′ HOLE (SURFACE TO ± 1. The other objective is to isolate surface aquifers and seal off the loose / top sediments of Siwaliks.4. 4. Before spud in of the well check entire mud hook up. Circulate out Hi-Vis pills to ensure hole cleaning as required. Take deviation survey after every 250′ interval and on bit change depending upon hole condition. Drill 12 ¼′ ′ hole down to ± 1. All the aspects of the well operations and materials to be thoroughly discussed and recorded. Install cellar-jetting system.4.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4. Nipple up the bell nipple and flow line. POOH for casing. Function test rig components & pressure test H.D. Spud in well. sweep hole with Hi-Vis pill and spot 20 bbls Hi-Vis pill at bottom. Prepare spud mud. Arrange pre-spud meeting to be chaired by Senior OPII representative. drill initial 100 ft with low rpm and flow rate. & around 75 stands of 5” DP’s in derrick.2) DRILLING 12 ¼′ ′ HOLE Carry out full inspection of rig in accordance with the checklist available with the Company Man and rectify all shortfalls.917 ft) ¼′ 4.
4. Carry out cement job as per program. Measure casing on rack. Prior running in casing drift and visually inspect each joint on rack for any damaged threads. 4. Install wear bushing. condition mud and circulate till shale shakers are free from cuttings. function and pressure test 13⅝′ ′ BOP stack. Carry out cement job as per program. carry out top cement job so that the wellhead area is properly anchored and sealed. 4. Wait on cement 06 Hrs.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Rig up and run 9⅝′ ′ casing. cavings & washouts. 4. Continuously run solids removal equipment in order to effectively control mud rheology including mud weight in order to minimize loading of mud with solids and to minimize possibilities of losses. Install & weld wellhead and pressure test weldment at ±1000 psi. Thread-lock shoe with first casing joint. conduct Top Cement Job. If needed. N/UP. Cut conductor casing. Cut 9⅝′ ′ casing. Run 9⅝′ ′ casing. If the cement does not appear on surface.4. make up float shoe and install stop collars on the rack.5) INSTRUCTIONS FOR 9⅝′ ′ CASING JOB Prior running in casing.4) RUNNING 9⅝′ ′ CASING R/UP to run casing and hold pre job safety meeting.3) INSTRUCTIONS WHILE DRILLING 12¼′ ′ HOLE Keep the mud rheology and pumping rate to effectively lift the cuttings to surface. Complete work on wellhead and pressure test all pressure control equipment. 22 .4.
Pressure test as per details mentioned in Section 8. 23 . Chain down casing and drill pipes to avoid floating action. N/UP BOP and all pressure control equipment. Complete work on wellhead. Weld and pressure test weldment of 9⅝′ ′ x 5K casing head housing at 1000 psi. Install wear bushing prior to RIH with 8½′ ′ bit. Circulate through stinger to check any leakage from 9⅝′ ′ x 5′ ′ annulus prior to start pumping cement slurry. Adjust casing tally prior to running in hole to avoid coupling at casing cutting point. Slack 2 – 5T weight on sting in adapter. While running in casing avoid shock load to casing string and cautiously land the string in slips. Monitor and record hook load before and after filling casing with mud. After WOC cut and dress 9⅝′ ′ casing joint. Time spent on wellhead should be reduced by efficient planning and preparation. Install centralizers as per casing program. prior to installation. Check wellhead and 7′ ′ casing hanger profile for any damage etc.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Fill up casing string with mud after every 2 to 3 joints.
4.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.6) WH & BOP STACK– AFTER PHASE – 1 Flow Riser Annular BOP 5K Upper Pipe Ram 10K Blind Ram 10K Lower Pipe Ram 10K Mud Cross 13⅝′ ′ 10K Top x 13⅝′ ′ 10K Btm Cross over Spool 13⅝′ ′ 10K Top x 11′ ′ 5K Btm Casing Head Assembly 11′ ′ 5K Top x 9⅝′ ′ SOW Btm 24 .
Pump ± 20 bbls of water ahead and displace spud mud with KCl PHPA polymer mud. 4.D.5. POOH. Conditioning trip to be done with same BHA used in drilling.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.300 ft) 8½′ 4.5) 8½ ′ HOLE (± 1. Conduct deviation survey after every 250 / 500 ft and on bit change depending upon hole condition. rig up cementing unit for formation integrity test (FIT). Make sure that mud is properly homogenized before conducting FIT. Conduct FIT at 12ppg EMW. Spot 30 bbls Hi-Vis pill at bottom prior to POOH for logging. Well directionality is critical in this section and all surveys will be plotted and verified to ensure the well bore positional uncertainty places it in the target area.986 ft. ± 7.1) SECTION OBJECTIVE The objective of this section is to case off the SaltRange Formation / Khewra Sandstone.2) DRILLING 8½′ ′ HOLE RIH with 8½′ ′ PDC bit with stabilized BHA to top of 9⅝′ ′ casing shoe and test casing at 1500 Psi (SAP). Drill out new formation to ± 1. Apply lower drilling parameters while stabilizers are inside the casing. Drill out cement/shoe and cement in rat hole. Pull back to shoe. which will enable to control the properties of mud system in the reservoir section. Pump Hi-Vis pills to ensure hole cleaning after drilling every 2-3 stands or as required. Conduct logs as per program.5. 25 .300 ft sweep hole with a Hi-Vis pill. At section T.976 ft TO ± 7.
P. R / u to run 7′ ′ casing. ram with 7′ ′ casing ram.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Retrieve wear bushing & change one set of D. 26 .
Perform cement job as per cementing program. Install wear bushing in 11′ ′ tubing spool bowl. Prior using PDC Bit ensure the hole is clean from any steel junk/debris etc. Run casing to section T.D.5. Due to high rate of penetration while drilling with PDC Bit.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4. Casing not to be rotated. N / d bell nipple and lift BOP stack. Cut and dress 7′ ′ casing. Use cold cutter if available. 27 . Therefore. Monitor and record upward and downward over pull / drags while drilling this hole section. and circulate. 4. Flush BOP’s.4) RUNNING 7′ ′ CASING Retrieve wear bushing from 9⅝′ ′ casing head housing. change casing rams to DP rams and test.5. N / u bell nipple and the flow line. (Test pressure rating attached) . observe and ream hole on connections and sweep hole with Hi-Vis after drilling every 2 to 3 stands. Install and test tubing spool as per wellhead manufacturer’s specifications.3) INSTRUCTIONS FOR DRILLING 8½′ ′ HOLE Keep the mud rheology and pumping rate to effectively lift the cuttings to surface. hole cleaning is of prime importance. Set slip and seal assembly as per instructions of wellhead engineer. wellhead with water by opening side outlet valve on CHH. Continuously run solids control equipment in order to effectively control mud rheology. N / u BOP stack.
While running in casing avoid shock load to casing string and cautiously land the string in slips.5. float collar and bottom three joints. Monitor and record hook load before and after filling casing with mud. For this adjust casing tally prior to running in hole.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.5) INSTRUCTIONS FOR 7′ ′ CASING JOB Prior to running in. 28 . Fill up the casing with mud after every 4 to 5 joints. Measure casing on rack. Calculate volumetric efficiency of mud pumps to be used for displacement. Minimize rat hole to avoid down hole problems. Float collar and stop collars on the rack. drift casing and visually inspect each joint on rack for any damaged threads. Thread lock shoe. Install centralizers as per casing program. make up Float Shoe.
5.6) WH & BOP STACK – UP AFTER PHASE – 2 29 .Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.
Prep for 7′ ′ csg.NX Btm.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Flow Riser Annular BOP 5K Upper Pipe Ram 10K Blind Ram 10K Lower Pipe Ram 10K Mud Cross 13⅝′ ′ 10K Top x 13⅝′ ′ 10K Btm DSA 11” 5K x 13⅝′ ′ 10K Tubing Spool 11” 5K Top x 11′ ′ 5K Btm W/. Casing Head Assembly 11′ ′ 5K Top x 9⅝′ ′ SOW Btm 9⅝′ ′ Casing 7′ ′ Casing 30 .
917 ft to 7.300 ft PDC: 6 Bladed TCI: IADC: 517 Milled Tooth IADC: 517/537 IADC: 117/127 2 2 3 x 14/32′ ′ 6′ ′ For clean out & Drilling Optional.917 ft PDC: 7 Bladed 8½′ ′ 1. BITS Mill tooth IADC 117 & 217 2 BIT SIZE DEPTH INTERVAL NOZZLE 1 x 14/32′ ′ + 3 x 18/32′ ′ 6 x 12/32′ ′ 5 x 12/32′ ′ 12¼′ ′ Surf.7) BIT PROGRAMME DESCRIPTION OF QTY.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4. 2 3 x 14/32′ ′ & Open 31 . to 1.
8) DRILLING PARAMETERS Hole size 12 ¼′ ′ (TCI) 8 ½′ ′ (PDC) 8 ½′ ′ (TCI) WOB 1–5 5 – 10 5 – 10 RPM 60-90 70-100 70-100 Flow rate (GPM) 200-400 400 – 500 450 – 550 SPP (PSI) 100 – 1400 1500 – 2500 1500 – 2500 32 .Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.
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758 25.0074 0. 167 52. 825 14. 569 343. 026 12. 672 9. 070 9. 833 712.0071 41. 197 488.764 E.135 13. 037 13. 392 271. 304 17. 962 12.95 G. 144 57. 320 24. 972 33. 633 74. 988 380.0048 18. 840 36 . 800 17. 100 395.75 X. 595 501. 113 17. 498 25. 551 23. 503 12.30 0. 480 19.105 S. 999 15. 404 13.5 0.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 5″ 4.276 E-75 X-95 G-105 S-135 19. 087 553.01776 0. 877 19. 105 3 ½″ 2.
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.10) BOTTOM HOLE ASSEMBLY Bit sub (with recess)/ NB stab Bit Drill Collar String Stab Drill collar String Stab Drill Collar Cros s over Drill Coll ar Jar Drill Colla r Cros s over HWD P 12¼″ 1/1 8″ x 2 6½″ NMDC x 1 1 8″ x 5 6½″ DC x 2 - 6½″ x 10 - - 8″ 8″ x 2 6½″ x 3 1 5″ x 12 8½″ 8″ x 1 8″ x 1 8″ x 1 - - 6½″ 1 5″ x 12 37 .
5+ - - 8½ ″ 9. while drilling in the salt range 38 .5 Min 0 Note: KCL –Polymer PHPA will be used to drill shale section upto +/4500 ft Mud system will be replaced with salt saturated mud while drilling in the salt range.11) MUD PARAMETERS Hol e size Densi ty (ppg.6 .2 60-70 - - - 8.) Gel 10 Cak sec/ e 10m in - Mud Type VIS W/L PV YP PH %S % Oil Benton 12¼ ite Spud ″ mud 5% KCL – Polyme r Non damagi ng 8.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.9.20 20 – 25 8.5-9.0 – 10.0 50-55 4-5/1215 1 Less than 5cc 18 .
flow rates and controlled ROP Surveying/ correction run 39 .± 1.± Inhibitive mud system (PHPA) polymer Salt range will be drilled with slat saturated mud Mud Type.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.976′ .300′ – control Reactive shales Well Bore Stability – Stuck Drill High ROP – hole pack off Missing geological target Hydrocarbon kick/swab kick 8½″ ± 1.12) HAZARDS SUMMARY Hole Size Interval Hazards Loss circulation High ROP – hole pack off Mitigation LCM material Mud rheology ROP high pump rates 12¼″ Surface .976′ Pipe 7. Selection and Maintenance Mud rheology. Weight.
1 conventional Plugs Top and Bottom 1 each 12¼ ″ 9⅝″ 47 PPF.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4.1 conventional Plugs Top and Bottom 1 each Float shoe –1 conventional Float collar. 1. L80.300′ to surface 3000 Psi 2 jts csg. L-80 TPCQ 7.976′ to surface 1500 Psi 2 jts 1 SB x 5 jts 1 SB on shoe jt 3 Rigid inside 9⅝″ 8½″ 7″ 29 PPF. BTC 1 SB in 16″ cond.13) CASING PROGRAMME Hole size Casin Specificati g OD on Cased Interval Pressu re Test Shoe Track Centralizers Float Equipment Float shoe –1 conventional Float collar. 1 SB x 5 jts over coupling 1 SB x coupling in shoe track 1 SB on shoe jt Note: Final Centralization program will be conveyed by the Head Office at the time of casing 40 .
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 4. CASING OD BODY INTERNAL YIELD YIELD SPECIFICATION STRENGTH PRESSURE (1000lbs) Psi. 9⅝″ 47 lbs/ft L-80 BTC 1086 6870 4760 7″ 29 lbs/ft L-80 TPCQ 676 8160 7020 41 .14) CASING SPECIFICATIONS COLLAPSE RESISTANC E Psi.
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 5 GDO S ECTION 42 .
55 8-1/2" 120 10 5" 1 - SALT RANGE (2165') * vvv vvv vvv DOMINANTLY EVAPORITES (DOLOMITE.25 50 . VISCOSITY (SECOND / QRT.GR PRIMARY OBJECTIVE (400 . P R E S S U R E TCI: (10 . M) WATER LOSS (C.II ( 2 9 7 1 -5) 2 9 S Km 4 5 q.II KA RAMP UR-01 O DC G L M UL TA N S O UTH N OOR M L GC LIJ SUT ER RIV C HIS HTIA N M A ND I MA HAR V I 29 72 .5 .000) WELL CONSTRUCTION PPL GEOLOGICAL DATA MUD PARAMETERS PV / YP (CPS / LBS / 100 FT ) 2 PH OIL (%) SOLIDS (%) CAKE (M.400 (10 Klbs) 8.18/32.5 20 . SP 1574 7300' RT (6794' SS) RT: 506 FT (AMSL) GL: 476 FT (AMSL) DISTRICT: PROVINCE: DRILLING RIG : SPUDED ON: DRILLING PARAMETERS BIT SIZE & TYPE GEOLOGICAL DRILLING ORDER MAHARVI BLOCK (LOCATION MAP) S ARA SID I HU-01 NA N D P UR CHA K12 -01 O DL GC NA NDP UR-01 ALI SH AIB . ELEVATION: LINE 2007 . s ZO E =II N B AHAWALP E A UR ST-01 (SCALE: = 1 : 6. SHDT . 18/32.25 Klbs) / PDC: (10 .90 60 .100) / PDC: (80 .7.GR .250 8.C. (LBS/100FT. THIN BEDS OF SILTSTONE AND DOLOMITE.300 200 .000 v v v vv vv vv TD.) STAND PIPE PRESSURE (PSI) STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS FORMATION PRESSURE IN TERMS OF MUD WEIGHT BOTTOM HOLE ASSEMBLY CASING SETTING DEPTHS AND CEMENT POSITION OBJECTIVES + EXPECTED OIL & GAS SHOWS LINER SIZES (INCHES) STROKES / MINUTE JET SIZE (INCHES) JET NOZZLE VEL (FT/SEC. 14/32 100 .9.120 180 mm 12-1/4" 60 .ORDINATES : MAHARVI E.) WEIGHT (PPG) TYPE OF MUD FOR DRILLING FOR OPENING HOLE WEIGHT ON BIT(Klbs) ROTARY (RPM) DRILLING PIPES DRILL STRING DRILLING COLLARS COMPOSITION MUD HYDRAULICS ANNULAR VELOCITY AROUND D/ PIPES (FT / MIN.2 80 . OF LINES CORES 40 12-1/4" BIT + NB STAB + 2 x 8" DC + S. 94 S Q.9.5 + 256 10 5" - - - - - S SECONDARY OBJECTIVE IND IA BA A AL R EA H W PU ST . DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH CLAYSTONE DATTA(128') WARCHHA SARDHAI 2212' S 2661' (493') (449') CLAYSTONE WITH INTERCALATION OF SANDSTONE DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH INTERCALATION OF CLAYSTONE 3000 3154' DANDOT (226') 3380' 3426' TOBRA (46') DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH CLAYSTONE JUTANA (262') 3688' SANDSTONE WITH THIN BEDS OF CLAYSTONE.550 PDC) 200 .Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program PUBJAB PLAT FORM MAHARVI .L.0 . PREDOMINANTLY DOLOMITE S 4000 KUSSAK + KHEWRA (1149') PDC ( 6 x 12 / 32".6 0 S Q.GR 12-1/4" 1000 DOMINANTLY SANDSTONE WITH INTERCALATION OF CLAYSTONE. 7300' RT (6794' SS) LEGEND SHALE SILTSTONE SANDSTONE VV VV VV VV ANHYDRITE LIMESTONE DOLOMITE CLAYSTONE 43 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 7. STAB + 1 x 6-1/2" NMDC+ S.) F. / 30 MINS) GEL.NGS.25 Klbs) TCI: (70 .CNL .3 1 8 38 .C. STAB + 2 x 6-1/2" DC + S.I I 3 0 72 . KM S ZO NE . 10 SEC.1600 HP 9.I I OP I I SUTLEJ JUGU WA LA OIL S EEP AGE P A IG E C H O LIS TA N AN ST PA KI MA ROT-01 297 2 . 5 x 12 / 32") ( 3 x 14/32") TCI * vv vv vv P 8-1/2" BIT + N. K MS Z ON E . 4 .6 .5 / 12 -15 5% KCL POLYMER 4837' 5000 8-1/2" H Y D R O S T A T I C 2 x Triplex HHF . 1917' 2000 2084' 9-5/8'' CASING @ 1917' RT SAKESAR + NAMMAL (167') DOMINANTLY LIMESTONE WITH THIN BEDS OF CLAYSTONE.1 P U N JA B N A TIV S PIRANWA L-01 S H A K A R G ANJ W E S T TOLA-01 NA TI VU S 3073 .MSFL . 10 MIN. EXPLORATORY 29° 51' 32.1400 PSI SIWALIKS (+1887') BHC .2500 6 -1/2" x 15 MINIMUM 250 .000 7002' P IGNEOUS BASEMENT.500 TCI) (450 .18 Z ONE .80 8" x 9 8.II N A TIV S BAHAWALNAGAR PUNJAB GLOBAL DRILLING MU LTA N B A GH S OUTH Z ON E .1 MAHARVI .STAB + 5 x 8" DC 8" JAR + 2 x 8" DC + XO + 12 x 5" HWDP NORMAL HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE 2 x Triplex HHF .4 1 S Q .STAB + 10 x 6-1/2" DC + 6-1/2" JAR + 2 x 6-1/2" DC + XO + 12 x 5" HWDP NO STRUCTURE COMPLICATIONS ARE EXPECTED SANDSTONE WITH INTERCALATION OF LIMESTONE.0 PPG (WASHOUTS AGAINST SALT WITHIN SALT RANGE FORMATION) 160 .4 19 2 7 .70 60 .1600 HP BENTONITE SPUD MUD 18/32.3 2 50 5 .9817" N 72° 55' 55.120) LESS THAN 5 C.MRV .10.) PROBABLE / POSSIBLE COMPLICATION DURING DRILLING EXPECTED FORMATION PRESSURES LOGGING PROGRAMME 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 PUMP OUT (GPM) DEPTH IN FEET LITHOLOGY (DESCRIPTION) FORMATION LITHOLOGY NO & TYPE OF PUMPS HOLE SIZE & VOLUME REMARKS/ PRODUCTION TESTING / WRITE UP NO. B.180 mm 1500 .7589" E LOCATION: PROGNOSED TD.4 2 5 35 .SP LDL .ANHYDRITE AND SALT) WITH THIN BEDS OF CLAY AND SANDSTONE P 6.BHC . K MS Z O NE .1 CONCESSION AREA: TYPE OF WELL: CO . BASEMENT (298'+) NOTE : TD WILL BE 7300 FT RT OR 200 FT INSIDE BASEMENT (WHICHEVER IS SHALLOWER) IGNEOUS SALT P N O R M A L DLL .
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program S ECTION 6 CEMENTING 44 .
300 ft Interval: Surf. – 1.976 ft 7″ Casing – 7.300 ft Open Hole Excess: 20% Cementing Method: Conventional Lead Slurry: 13. 45 .400 ft – 7.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 6. Tail Slurry: 15.0 ppg Lead Cmt: Surface – 6. Note: Exact volume of cement slurry (tail and lead) and cement recipe will be advised by the Head Office at the time of job.8 ppg.976 ft Open Hole Excess – 150 % Cementing Method: Conventional Density – 15.400 ft Tail Cmt: 6.2 ppg.1) Specifications 9⅝″ Casing – 1.
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 6.2) ANNULAR VOLUME (bbls / ft) 46 .
0371 S ECTION 47 7 .Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program Inner Tubing Size Capac ity 3½″ 4¾″ 5″ 6 ½″ 7″ 8″ 9 ⅝″ - Annulus Capacity 0.0256 0.0252 0.1215 0.0836 0.0558 - OH 12¼″ CSG 9⅝″ OH 8½″ CSG 7″ 0.0226 0.0489 0.0702 0.0322 0.1458 0.0732 0.0152 0.0459 0.0291 0.
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program WELL CONTROL 48 .
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 7. When at surface after pulling out Observing kick warning signs as mentioned above. 6. Before entering into a potential pay zone and after entering into new formations Before entering a potential high-pressure zone. 3. 3. Ensure proper hole fill up during tripping through a properly calibrated trip tank. Before pulling out BHA. 4. During tripping When at bottom after running in After entering in cased hole from OH while tripping out. 49 . 4. Maintain reasonable stock of weighting agent (Barite / CaCO3) on location as advised by the Company Man. Minimize contamination of mud with foreign elements like drill solids / cement / hydrocarbons.1) GENERAL INST INSTRUCTIONS General Instructions to avoid / combat well control situations: Record mud weights every 15 / 30 mins as directed. Ensure integrity of low-pressure mud system to avoid intercommunication / intermittent dilution. 5. ensure that the MW is appropriate enough. Monitor well for signs of changing pressures Record SCR regularly in every shift and specially in the following situations: 1. Conduct flow-check at following situations: 1. 2. 2. Significant change of mud properties Change of BHA Change of bit / bit nozzle configuration After changing mud pump liner – piston sizes 5.
Record the following: i. Raise the string so as to bring tool joint above the rotary table. Close the annular preventer and open HCR valve to the hydraulic choke.3. Stop drilling. ii. 5. Inform Company Man. 4. iii. Stop rotation. Observe well & conduct flow check. 3. Gas cuts Drilling break Erratic torque 7. 7. 2.3) SHUT IN PROCEDURES 7. Stop the pump(s).Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 7.1) WHILE DRILLING If a kick is encountered while drilling.2) WARNING SIGNS OF A KICK Observe for following changes in well behavior so that a potential kick can be handled promptly and safely: Increase in Flow rate Increase in Pit Volume Well not static on flow check Reduced hole fill up volume during tripping out. follow the procedure outlined below: 1. Tool pusher and other crew members. Shut-in casing pressure at the choke manifold (SICP) Shut-in Drill pipe pressure at the standpipe manifold (SIDPP) The pit gain Note: Sufficient time must be allowed for the readings to be stabilized before recording. Keep the choke lined up for hard shut-in (i-e closed position during normal drilling operations) 6. (±30 mins) 50 .
3. 2. Whilst reaching and maintaining the SCR adjust the choke opening until the choke pressure equals the closed-in annulus pressure. 3. Following outline procedure shall be adopted: 1. SICP and pit gain.2) WHILE TRIPPING If a kick is encountered while tripping. Ensure at hand availability of a fully opened safety valve on the rig floor during the entire time of tripping. Inform Company Man. following procedure must be followed: 1.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 7. Tool pusher and other crew members. Open the choke and simultaneously start pumping mud (of current weight) at the SCR. Minimize the pressure exerted on the open formations (1st priority). Close the annular preventer and open HCR to the hydraulic choke. the casing shoe and the BOP The DRILLER’S METHOD will be employed to combat any kick situation. ii. (±30mins) 7. Install a Fully Opened Safety Valve and close it. Brief the crew about the procedure 4. Shut-in casing pressure at the choke manifold (SICP) Shut-in Drill pipe pressure at the standpipe manifold (SIDPP) The pit gain Note: Sufficient time must be allowed for the readings to be stabilized before recording. 2. 4. 51 . Record the following: i. Run down stand to bring tool joint at the rotary table and set slips under it.4) KILLING METHOD The underlying principle is to: Keep the bottom hole pressure constant and just above formation pressure at all times. Record and keep the choke pressure constant throughout the first circulation. Shut in the well Read & record SIDPP. 5. 5. iii. 3.
Prepare kill sheet & pumping schedule (Kill sheet format attached in Section 7. 10. Start the pump and circulate kill mud at the SCR.5) format and follow through out the second circulation. When the kill mud reaches the bit. consider the observed pressure to be correct. The well is controlled but not killed. 7. Hold casing pressure constant until the kill mud reaches the bit. If it is not flowing. Once the drilling fluid has been weighed up to the correct density the second circulation can begin. 8. Maintain constant standpipe pressure and pump rate (SCR) whilst the influx is circulated out. When all influx has been circulated out. If so open the well and conduct a flow check.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 6. If the observed standpipe pressure does not agree with the calculated value. It should equal the normal pre-kick pump test circulation pressure at the selected pump speed plus the closed-in drill pipe pressure. hold drill pipe pressure constant at Final Circulating Pressure (FCP) until the weighted mud is surfaced. If it flows. 11. At the end of the first circulation the closed-in pressures of the annulus and drill pipe should be the same and equal to the initial closed-in drill pipe pressure. close the well and check pressures. follow the killing procedure again. When the kill mud is surfaced shut off the pump. the well has been killed successfully. stop the pump and close in the well to check the closed-in drill pipe and annulus pressures. 52 . 12. Read standpipe pressure. Both pressures should record “zero”. 9. At the same time monitor DP pressure against the pump schedule.
x 0.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 7. TOT WELL SYS VOL.Current MW) x Shoe TVD x 0. 1 Pump No.5) KILL WORK SHEET WELL CONTROL WORK SHEET FORMATION STRENGTH DATA Well Name FIT EMW (A) ppg Current Drilling Mud Weight psi DP Date: __________________ CURRENT WELL DATA Initial MAASP ((A) .FCP ……… . FLUID SYS x (F)+(G) = (H) (D)+(H) = (I) (J) (I)+(J) x x (F) (G) bbls bbls bbls bbls bbls bbls KICK DATA SIDPP psi SICP psi PIT GAIN bbls Strokes Strokes Strokes Strokes Strokes Strokes Mins Mins Mins x x x (D) bbls (E) Strokes Mins CAP bbls / ft VOLUME bbls PUMP STROKES Strokes VOLUME PUMP OUT PUT TIME Mins PUMP STROKES SCR KILL MUD WEIGHT (KMW) Current MW + (SIDPP / TVD x 0.…… = _________ 53 DC 60 SPM " ft ft .052 = ppg MUD PUMP DATA Pump Outout Pump 1 bbls / stk (PL) Dynamic Pressure Losses 30 SPM 45 SPM Pump 2 bbls / stk Casing Shoe Data Size MD TVD OH Data Size MD TVD " ft ft SCR Pump No..……… = ________ (K) x 100 / (E) …… x 100 / …. TOT ACT..052) = _________ INITIAL CIRCULATING PRESSURE (ICP) Dynamic Pressure Losses + SIDPP ………… + ………… = _________ FINAL CIRCULATING PRESSURE (FCP) KMW x Dynamic Losses / Current MW ………… x ………… / ………… = _________ psi psi PRESSURE DROP / 100 STKS (PSI PER 100 STKS) (K) = ICP . 2 PRE-RECORDED VOL DATA LENGTH ft Drill Pipe HWDP Drill Collars Drill String Volume DC x OH DP x OH OH Volume DP x CSG. TOTAL ANNULUS VOL. VOL.052 ) ………… + (………… / ……………. TOT ACTIVE SUR.
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program PUMP SCHEDULE Pressure (psi) Strokes DP Pressure (psi) Strokes 54 .
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Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 8 PRESSURE TEST S ECTION 56 .
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 8. 57 . High-pressure test for 15 min. flanges & valves.1) PRESSURE TEST WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENTS BOP SIZE ANNULAR TYPE RATING RAM TYPE RATING PRESSURE TEST ANNULAR Low : 300 psi High : 2500 psi RAM Low : 300 psi High : 4500 psi BLIND Low : 300 psi High : 4500 psi CHK / KILL LINE M / F Low : 300 psi High : 4500 psi 13⅝″ 5M 10 M Low-pressure test for 10 min. Use test plug to test BOP stack and cup tester for newly installed casing spool. Press test casing head housing (through weld test port. 75% of the casing collapse pressure or Well Head Housing rated press which ever is Lower).
Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program S ECTION 9 PLUG & ABANDONMENT 58 .
9.1) OBJECTIVES To place impermeable tested barriers between deep reservoirs and shallow aquifers / surface. 300' plug inside 9⅝″ casing from 100' to 400' Test (mechanically & hydraulically) all the cement plugs.Maharvi – 1 Drilling Program 9. testing well bore conditions and formations. Surface dry cement plug after having removed the wellhead (accelerated setting recipe). Final P & A will be sent to the well site based on results.2) SEQUENCE OF EVENTS 500' cement plug inside open / cased hole at the top of the sands. 59 . N / d BOP stack and cut off wellhead. 500' plug around 9⅝″ (cement as per 9⅝″ tail slurry).
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