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24 Keep a Lid on It

Thursday, 9 March
Lysefjorden B
Technical Session
Our industry’s objective is to produce and sequester resources to or from the surface in a controlled manner. The installation of competent lasting barriers is critical to the achievement of this objective. This session focuses on zonal isolation through cementing. Discussion will encompass barrier placement and efficacy. Reimagined technology, new laboratory validation, best practices and challenges to the status quo will be presented. Understanding the mechanics, chemistry, operational environment and tools for barrier construction are critical to sustaining a development. The technical progress displayed will further add to our industry’s capability to develop resources without a negative collateral impact.
Session Chairperson(s)
Derek Adam - Occidental Petroleum Corp.
Mohammed Dooply, Deepwater Cementing Technical Specialist - SLB
  • 1330-1400 212542
    Quantifying the Sealing Performance of Plug and Abandonment (P&A) Cement Systems Under Downhole Conditions
    R.F. Roijmans, T.K. Wolterbeek, E.K. Cornelissen, W.J. Keultjes, Shell Global Solutions International
  • 1400-1430 212469
    Continuous or Stacked Cements Bond Logs - Does it Matter?
    H. Lohne, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS; O. Arild, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS, University of Stavanger
  • 1430-1500 212444
    Abandonment Barrier Placement with Novel Analysis Spells Success in Deepwater
    D. Kehlenbeck II, J. McNicol, Archer OilTools
  • Alternate 212538
    Continuous Improvement for Offshore Plug and Abandonment, A Case Study from Egypt Offshore
    M.H. El Nadoury, SLB; O. Balbaa, J. Vincent, J. Eberhardt, M. Mousa, A.I. Galal, S. ElKholy, BP; J. Younan, M. Sabra, M. Bogaerts, SLB
  • Alternate 212562
    Sealing Ability of Barrier Materials for P&A Application: Investigation of Casing-barrier Interface
    P. Moreira, M. Khalifeh, University of Stavanger; A. Govil, SLB