23 Well Construction Process Automation
Thursday, 7 March
Grand Ballroom B
The drilling industry is moving fast to cope with an increasing number of automated systems designed to improve safety, reliability, or performance of drilling operations. The variety of actors, the intrinsic complexity of drilling processes and the uncertainty in how systems, controls, or states are defined or even designated are major obstacles to their seamless integration at the well site. In this session, we will look at how the drilling community is developing standards and taxonomies to support automated systems interoperability and at actual implementations of automated processes and applications in the field.
1240-1305 217754Taxonomy Describing Levels Of Autonomous Drilling Systems: Incorporating Complexity, Uncertainty, Sparse Data, With Human Interaction.
1305-1330 217748Interoperability For Drilling Process Automation
1330-1355 217746Automated Pump Startup: A Collaborative Approach Towards Drilling Process Automation
1355-1420 217751The Value Of Process And Application Consistency In Drilling Automation
Alternate 217963Enhancing Stuck Pipe Risk Detection In Exploration Wells Using Machine Learning Based Tools: A Gulf Of Mexico Case Study
Alternate 217936Application Of Advanced Buckling Model Leads To Lighter Well Architecture For Deepwater Development, Saving Cost And CO2 Emissions