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Cementing and Zonal Isolation #1

Tuesday, 5 March
Grand Ballroom C
Technical
This session highlights experimental assessments of cement permeability, geopolymer performance, and thermal effects on shale barriers, and lessons learnt from many perf, wash and cement field operations.
Chairperson
Iain Cooper - SeekOps Inc
Jim McNicol - Independent Consultant
  • 1600-1625 217694
    Thermal Stimulation of Annular Shale Barriers for Long-Term Well Integrity
    E. van Oort, The University of Texas at Austin; A. Lucas, TotalEnergies Upstream Danmark A/S; J.O. Kverneland, Total E&P; R. Godøy, H. Reitan, Equinor ASA; M. Aldin, A. Thombare, MetaRock Laboratories
  • 1625-1650 217690
    Lessons Learned From 150 Jet-type Perforate, Wash And Cement Well Abandonment Operations
    L. Hovda, ConocoPhillips Norge; D.T. Mueller, A.C. Phadke, ConocoPhillips Co; H. Nevoey, ConocoPhillips Norge; P. Gonuguntla, TriDiagonal Solutions Inc
  • 1650-1715 217684
    Experimental Setup to Investigate the Permeability of Annular Cement to Fluid Flow
    N. Opedal, B. Feneuil, E. Wiggen, A. Taghipour, R. Skorpa, SINTEF
  • 1715-1740 217688
    Replacing Portland Cement With Granite-based Geopolymers For Oil Well Applications; Conventional Two-part System
    A. Anya, Baker Hughes; M. Khalifeh, M. Kamali, University of Stavanger; Y. Haddad, L. Joppe, Baker Hughes
  • Alternate 217944
    Enhancing Well Integrity: Spectral Acoustic Diagnosis and Biomineralization Remediation in The United States
    M. Volkov, TGT Oil & Gas Services; J. Griffin, BioSqueeze
  • Alternate 217931
    Settled Barite As A Potential Barrier Material: A Field Case Study
    E. N'gouamba, M.H. Bhuiyan, A.M. Stroisz, A. Taghipour, R. Skorpa, SINTEF