Schlumberger Direcitonal Driller Training Manual

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Schlumberger Direcitonal Driller Training Manual
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL TEXTO

Controlled directional drilling is the science of deviating a well bore along a planned course to a subsurface target whose location is a given lateral distance and direction from the vertical. At a specified vertical depth, this definition is the fundamental concept of controlled directional drilling even in a well bore which is held as close to vertical as possible as well as a deliberately planned deviation from the vertical. In earlier times, directional drilling was used primarily as a remedial operation, either to sidetrack around stuck tools, bring the well bore back to vertical, or in drilling relief wells to kill blowouts. Interests in controlled directional drilling began about 1929 after new and rather accurate means of measuring hole angle was introduced during the development of Seminole, Oklahoma field. The first application of oil well surveying occurred in the Seminole field of Oklahoma during the late 1920’s. A subsurface geologist found it extremely difficult to develop logical contour maps on the oil sands or other deep key beds. The acid bottle inclinometer was introduced into the area and disclosed the reason for the problem; almost all the holes were crooked, having as much as 50 degrees inclination at some check points.

TABLA DE CONTENIDO

1 Introduction Page

1.1     HISTORY AND APPLICATIONS OF DIRECTIONAL DRILLING

2 Fundamentals Page

2.1 PETROLEUM GEOLOGY

2.2 ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY

3 Directional Well Planning Page

3.1 POSITIONING AND COORDINATE SYSTEMS

3.2 SURVEY CALCULATION METHODS

3.3 BASIC WELL PLANNING

3.4 ANTICOLLISION AND ADVANCED WELL PLANNING

4 Surveying Page

4.1 MAGNETIC & NON-MAGNETIC REQUIREMENTS

4.2 MAGNETIC SINGLE SHOTS & MULTISHOTS

4.3 GYROSCOPES

5 Drilling Tools & Deflection Methods Page

5.1 DRILLING TOOLS

5.2 DEFLECTION METHODS

6 Drilling Jars Page

6.1 USING DRILLING JARS

7 Downhole Motors Page

7.1 DOWNHOLE MUD MOTORS

7.2 STEERABLE MUD MOTORS

7.3 DRILLING FLUID REQUIREMENTS WITH ALL PDMS

8 Drilling Bits Page

8.1 BITS

9 Drilling Fluids and Hydraulics Page

9.1 DRILLING FLUIDS

9.2 RHEOLOGY

9.3 DRILLING FLUIDS PRODUCTS

9.4 DRILL STRING HYDRAULICS

9.5 HAND-CALCULATION OF HYDRAULICS

9.6 HYDRAULIC OPTIMIZATION

10 Bottom Hole Assemblies Page

10.1 ROTARY BHA

10.2 COMMON BHA PROBLEMS

10.3 BHA EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS

10.4 RECAP

11 Drilling Operations Page

11.1 BHA WEIGHT

11.2 TOOL HANDLING

11.3 NUDGING

11.4 ORIENTATION

11.5 CORRECTION RUNS

11.6 THE OUIJA BOARD

11.7 CONSTANT RATE OF TURN TO TARGET

11.8 CONSTANT RATE OF DROP/BUILD TO TARGET

11.9 OPEN HOLE SIDETRACKING

11.10 CASED HOLE SIDETRACKING

12 DD at the Rigsite Page

12.1 ON ARRIVAL AT THE RIG

12.2 GENERAL DD DUTIES AS THE WELL PROGRESSES

12.3 LOCATION POLITICS

13 Drilling Problems Page

13.1 AN OVERVIEW

14 Glossary Page

14.1 DRILLING FLUIDS

14.2 DIRECTIONAL DRILLING

CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA DESCARGA
Título: Schlumberger Direcitonal Driller Training Manual
Autor: Schlumberger
Idioma: Ingles
Año de Publicación: 1996
Número de Páginas: 312
Formato: PDF
Peso del Archivo: 1.82 MB
Compresor de Archivos: .rar
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