9 Drilling Fluid Innovations
Tuesday, 7 March
As wells become longer and deeper, temperatures and pressures higher and drilling windows start to close, innovations within drilling and completion fluids are needed to meet these challenges. Attend this session to learn more about lubricants better adapted for non-aqueous drilling fluids, a novel pilot-scale test facility for qualifying lightweight fluids, solids control testing of low-density hollow glass beads drilling fluid, and a case study about non-damaging HP/HT reservoir drilling and completion fluids.
1600-1630 212554Investigation of Lightweight Drilling Fluids for Stability, Properties, and Performance at Downhole Conditions Through a Novel Pilot Facility
1630-1700 212487Record-breaking Reservoir Drilling and Openhole Gravel Packing With Cesium Formate Fluids in a High-Pressure, Marginal Mud Window Environment at Martin Linge
1700-1730 212480Low Friction Drilling Fluid Additive Technology
1730-1800 212470Full-scale Solids Control Testing of a Light Density Hollow Glass Beads Drilling Fluid
Alternate 212443Real-time Anomaly Detection Methodology for Drilling Fluids Properties