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COILED TUBING SERVICES MANUAL


Rev A - 98

COILED TUBING SERVICES MANUAL


The lists of equipment, techniques and applications associated with modern coiled tubing operations continue to grow at
a remarkable rate. To prepare a document which details all aspects of the technology to an appropriate operations support
level would be a difficult and possibly never ending task. This manual has been prepared to meet the following objectives
and qualifiers.
This manual is intended to:
Present readers with a sound but basic understanding of the equipment, techniques and common applications
associated with modern coiled tubing operations.
Identify the key areas in which an advanced understanding is necessary before undertaking the design, supervision
or execution of coiled tubing operations.
Provide guidance on further reading or reference sources.
This manual does not:
Provide sufficient detail to enable inexperienced or untrained personnel to undertake any aspect of CT operations.
Make recommendations for the rig up, testing or operation of equipment or techniques which should be configured
and operated under the conditions and requirements of a specific operation, application or location.
This manual has been designed and published to fulfil the needs of the user. We would appreciate your assistance in
identifying ways in which the manual structure or content could be adapted or improved to increase its value to you.
Comments and suggestions for revision or the updating of information contained in this manual should be directed to:

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COILED TUBING SERVICES MANUAL


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section

Title & Content

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100

Coiled Tubing String

110

Coiled Tubing Manufacture .............................................................................................................................. 14


Material Specifications
String Configuration

120

Managing Coiled Tubing Life ............................................................................................................................ 15


Tubing Fatigue
Tubing Corrosion
Tracking Tubing Life
Protective Coatings
CT String Records

130

CT String Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................... 8


CT String Inspection
Damage and Defect Classification
CT String Repair
Welding Procedures
Alternative Repair Methods
Repair Inspection
CT String Handling and Storage

200

Coiled Tubing Equipment

210

Coiled Tubing Unit ............................................................................................................................................ 33


Injector Head
Tubing Reel
Power Pack
Control Cabin

220

Pressure Control Equipment ............................................................................................................................ 33


Stripper Systems
Conventional Stripper
Side-Door Stripper
Radial Stripper
Blowout Preventers
Quad and Combi BOPs
Shear/Seal BOPs
Annular Preventers
Wellhead Connections and Crossovers
Lubricators and Risers
Live-well Deployment Systems

230

Auxiliary Surface Equipment ............................................................................................................................ 11


Coiled Tubing Lifting Frames
Coiled Tubing Jacking Frames
Cranes

240

Downhole Tools .................................................................................................................................................. 9


Threads and Materials
Coiled Tubing Connectors
Hydraulic Release Connectors

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Section

Title & Content

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Page Count

300

Coiled Tubing Applications

310

Design Methodology ........................................................................................................................................... 7


Job Design Data
Computer Aided Design
Tubing Forces
Fatigue Tracking
Operating Limits
Wellbore Simulator
Friction Pressure
Foam Cleanout
Operating Procedures

320

Wellbore Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................... 33


Fluid Circulation and Well Kill
Wellbore Fill Removal
Scale and Asphalt Removal
Well Kickoff

330

Matrix Treatment .............................................................................................................................................. 12


Matrix Stimulation

340

Zonal Isolation ................................................................................................................................................. 17


Squeeze Cementing

350

Stiffline

360

Coiled Tubing Logging ...................................................................................................................................... 15

370

Coiled Tubing Completions .............................................................................................................................. 14

380

Coiled Tubing Drilling ........................................................................................................................................ 50

400

Safety and Contingency

410

Safety Considerations ........................................................................................................................................ 9


H2S
Breathing Apparatus
Monitoring Equipment
Fall Protection Devices

420

Contingency Planning ....................................................................................................................................... 10


Emergency Response
Contingency Plans

500

Appendices

................................................................................................................................................. 27
Downhole Flow Control
Fishing With Coiled Tubing

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