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5 Downhole Tools II

Tuesday, 7 March
Lysefjorden A
Technical Session
As the industry experiences peak levels of activity, the demands on personnel and equipment are high. Operators and service companies are striving to improve drilling performance and improve cost efficiencies. Improving the reliability and performance of downhole tools is a key enabler, since this helps to prevent unplanned trips, reduce damaged equipment and allow more efficient and sustainable use of resources. This session showcases some examples of how the industry is approaching these challenges and applying smart new solutions to improve the reliability and performance of downhole tools.
Session Chairperson(s)
Jim McNicol - Archer
Colin Cockburn - bp
  • 1345-1415 212467
    Rotary Steerable Drilling Dynamics and Associated BHA Changes to Improve Overall BHA Performance and Reliability
    S. Jones, J. Sugiura, Sanvean Technologies; D.W. Johnson, Devon Energy
  • 1415-1445 212560
    Performance Analysis of a Downhole Regulator on Rate-of-Penetration and Drilling Efficiency: An Autonomous Load Management at Bit
    A.G. Aribowo, Eindhoven University of Technology; U.F. Aarsnes, Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE) AS; E. Detournay, University of Minnesota; N. Van De Wouw, Eindhoven University of Technology; N. Reimers, Tomax AS
  • 1445-1515 212505
    Mud Motor Digital Maintenance with an Industry-Unique PHM Solution
    D. Belov, S. Rocchio, Z. Zhang, W. Chen, S. Ba, E. Liland, A. Kolyshkin, Y. Shen, J. Scribbins, H. Massie, K. Phillips, Schlumberger