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Deepwater Well Integrity Challenges

DeepAssurance Cementing
Solution Suite
May 2014

Cementing History of Innovation


1919

1922

First cementing job


transforms oil and gas
wellbore architecture

1953

1957

X-ray diffraction
added to
The HT-400
cement
pump goes
research
into field use

2001

WellLife service
predicts risk of
cement failure

1962
Halliburton
cements the
first geothermal well

2004

First remotely
operated &
monitored offshore
cementing operation

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1930

1923

The two-plug
system patented

Re-circulating
jet mixer

1976
Halliburton
Energy
Institute
established

2005

1932

Chemical
research lab
established

1981

R&D
laboratory
earns Lab
of the Year
from IR&D

2011

First foam
cement jobs
pumped:
remediation &
primary

1940

1938

First
RedBook
published

Cementing
shallow-water
wells

1982
Billionth
sack of
cement
pumped

1991

Commander eRedBook
1000 Cementing mobile app
Head + Remote

2000

Opticem software,
Halliburton
extinguishes 725 dynamic modeling
of cementing
well fires in
operations
Kuwait

2012

3-D
iCem Service,
cementing- predictive-analysis
operation software
simulator

1947

First truly
Bulk handling
offshore well
of cement
cemented
introduced

2013

WellLock Resin,
an annular barricade
against well leaks

TergoVis I Efficiency
Fluid & CleanSpacer
III spacer fluid

Wellbore Integrity Issues


CONDUCTOR
CASING

SURFACE
CASING

INTERMEDIATE
CASING

INTERMEDIATE
CASING

PRODUCTION
CASING

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Deepwater Cementing Challenges

Annular Pressures
Corrosive Environments (CO2 / Salt)
Narrow Pressure Margins
Plug Setting
Reliability Wellbore Integrity
Riserless Cementing
Temperature Variance

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DeepAssurance Cementing Solution Suite

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DeepAssurance Cementing Solution Suite


Overview

Solutions
Challenges

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New Technologies: Centralizer


Protech Flex Centralizer

Protech Flex Centralizers

Solid-type blades for standoff


without compromise
Withstand dynamic thermal-pressure
environments with shear strength
rated to 880 psi
Torque and drag resistance reduced to 0.25

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Bonded Directly to Casing, Liners, Drill Pipe


Protech Flex Centralizers

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Enhanced Rig Floor Safety


Protech Flex Centralizers

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Uncompromised Standoff
Protech Flex Centralizers

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Enhanced Flow Area


Protech Flex Centralizers

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New Technologies: Offshore System


HCS AdvantageOne Cementing
Offshore System

HCS AdvantageOne Cementing System

Advanced mixing system for accuracy and reliability


Unit health monitoring
Pre-job systems check, automated
valve configuration
Faster, simpler installation
with a reduced footprint

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HCS AdvantageOne Cementing System

HSE:
Dust collection
Non-radioactive
densometer

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HCS AdvantageOne Cementing System

Onboard high-pressure test system

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HCS AdvantageOne Cementing System

Integrated liquid additive system with slide-out


automated metering pumps

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HCS AdvantageOne Cementing System

Integrated remote controls for off-unit operation

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New Technologies: Software


Simulations
HCS AdvantageOne Cementing
Offshore System

iCem Service

Predictive bond logs


Lost Circulation Modeling
Enhanced equivalent circulating density modeling
Managed-pressure cementing operations module

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iCem Service ECD

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iCem Service Hook Load

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iCem Service Displacement Efficiency

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Actual Bond Log Comparison to


iCem Service Data

Bond Log

iCem Service

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Bond Log

iCem Service

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Bond Log

iCem Service

New Technologies: Cementing System


SaltShield Cement

Salt Zone Challenges

Reactive salt zones could gel slurry


during placement
Formation salt could dissolve into slurry
affecting curing
Salt creep / movement could damage
cement sheath and/or casing

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SaltShield Cement

Withstands loads due to salt creep


Resistant to gelation upon salt contamination
Low permeability and good compressive strength
WellLife Service Modeling of Plastic Salt Flow

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SaltShield Cement Remains Pumpable


In Spite of Salt Contamination

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SaltShield Cement Remains Pumpable


In Spite of Salt Contamination

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SaltShield Cement Remains Pumpable


In Spite of Salt Contamination

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SaltShield Cement Remains Pumpable


In Spite of Salt Contamination

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Questions

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