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ROP Management results presented to Statoil

26.05.2015

On April 30th, Eric Cayeux, project leader of the ROP Management project, presented the results from phase 1 of the project to Statoil.

In the meeting, Eric went through the activities and the deliverables of the project. The meeting was organized by Arne Torsvoll on the initiative from Eric Cayeux. Tore Weltzin, Department Leader Drilling Engineering at Statoil, states that he would like to have such meetings more often. 

The project has resulted in several deliverables, spanning from fundamental research to applications during drilling. The objectives of phase 1 has been to develop models of the physical phenomena that influence the drilling performance. Among the main deliverables is a new transient cuttings transport model, which has been used with promising results to support a drilling operation on the Gyda field. Pre-calculations were used to select the preferred drilling mud, and real-time simulations where used to support the personnel on the rig during drilling.

The ROP Management project has now entered a second phase where the models developed in Phase 1 will be used to build prototypes that can assist the management of the drilling operation at the planning stage and during execution.
 
Publications:
 
Paper: SPE 163492 «Real-Time Evaluation of Hole Cleaning Conditions Using a Transient Cuttings Transport Model»

Paper: SIMS 2013 «Factors Influencing the Estimation of Downhole Pressure far Away From Measurement Points During Drilling Operations» 
 
Paper: SPE 170330 «Principles and Sensitivity Analysis of Automatic Calibration of MPD Methods Based on Dual-Gradient Drilling Solutions» 
 
Paper: OMAE2014-23866 « Estimation of Weight and Torques on Bit: Assessment of Uncertainties, Correction and Calibration Methods”
 
Paper: SPE 173035 “Accuracy and Correction of Hook Load Measurements During Drilling Operations” to be presented at the SPE Drilling conference in London Mar 17-19.

 
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