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MPD and Well Integrity

Tuesday, 5 March
Grand Ballroom B
Technical
This session will highlight findings related to how to improve casing design for MPD wells in real time, results of a mechanistic model to understand wellbore integrity after a blowout, improving surge and swab predictions for tripping operations, and use of integrated riser joints in deepwater MPD operations.
Chairperson
Otto Santos - Louisiana State University (Petr. Eng. Dept)
Isabel Poletzky - Weatherford
  • 1600-1625 217686
    Factors Influencing The Precision Of Swab And Surge Predictions During Tripping Operations
    E. Cayeux, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS; A. Ambrus, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre; E. Dvergsnes, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS; M. Dahle Johansen, Sekal; M. Balov, Equinor
  • 1625-1650 217691
    Revisiting Post-Blowout Wellbore Integrity: Mechanistic Modeling of the Stress Evolutions Within the Casing-Cement Sheath-Rock Formation System
    J.A. Khan, A. Khouissat, A. Michael, University of North Dakota
  • 1650-1715 217692
    Real-time Casing Point Selection Optimization For MPD Wells Through Improvedkick Tolerance Analysis
    S. Callerio, P. Ashok, E. van Oort, The University of Texas At Austin
  • 1715-1740 217687
    Review of Design and Operation of the Integrated Riser Joints used in Deepwater MPD Operations
    N. KULKARNI, L. Hollman, C. Christensen, A. Gonzalez-Luis, Blade Energy Partners