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RIG UP OPERATIONS

RIG UP / RIG DOWN PROCEDURES

Standard Rig-Up/Down Procedure

Non Standard Rig-Up Procedure - Fishing, Back off /Tool Pusher


Operations

Side Entry Sub Used During Non-Standard Rig-Ups:

Non-Standard Rig-Up Procedure - Three Sheave Rig-up Operation


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Rig-Up Procedures Rig-less Operation

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Rig-Up Procedures Rig-less Operations Simultaneous Lifting

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Rig-Up on a Floater

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Under Rig Floor Rig Up

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Rig Up Sub Sea (Riser-less)

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General - RIG UP EQUIPMENT

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Wellsite Reminders

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RIG UP / RIG DOWN PROCEDURES

RIG UP OPERATIONS
STANDARD RIG-UP/DOWN PROCEDURE
Rig Up

Inspect all rig-up equipment prior to use.


Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use.

Refer to Risk Analysis #9 in the Wire-line and Perforating


HMS.

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If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray voltage test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform the
rig floor crew about the usage of the R/A sources and allow only the
essential personnel on the rig floor.

Do not place any neutron source in proximity of a Gamma Ray


detector.

Get rig up equipment ready on the catwalk. Always use the approved
and certified rig up equipment.

Raise rig up equipment to rig floor using approved tag line.

Inspect the T hanger before use. Use only approved and certified
equipment as per the FOM. Identify the RED ZONE and clear area of
unnecessary personnel Hang T-bar and top sheave on the elevator.
Ensure that the sheave is secured with the break over support pin and
that break over pin is locked in its place with both cotter pins.

Lock the elevator swivel.

Lock the elevator handles. Secure the elevator handles using rope or
bungee cord.

Secure bottom sheave to a certified and rated substructure or wellhead


with a certified chain. In the case of a situation where the certified and
approved anchor point for the bottom sheave wheel is at a greater
distance from the location of bottom sheave wheel, remember to secure
the bottom chain with the air tugger line because as the length of the
chain increases so also the weight which makes it impossible for a
person to handle it. Always do pre job visual inspection of the chain
and sheave wheel. Secure the hook to the chain using the shackle and
tractor pin. Ensure that the bottom sheave wheel is secured with the air
tugger line and not laying on its side. Make use of the proper floor
stand where applicable.

Thread the cable head and line through bottom and top sheaves.

Ensure line is installed in sheave hand guard.

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Stop all the crane operations before performing the next step which
may interfere or cross the path of the cable from the Truck/Skid to the
Rig floor.

Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to the
floor. While guiding the cable, safely raise the block as high as possible
to allow plenty of room for tool string ensuring that the top sheave is
not twisted

Using only approved and certified lifting caps, raise the tools to the rig
floor. If the cable head is connected directly to the tools, a gooseneck
is required. Otherwise use one of the approved double hook lifting
devices. The use of approved tag lines is required. Continue to
assemble the tool string as per the job design.

With the cable head connected to the tool-string and the tool-string
resting on the make-up plate, perform a surface tension calibration.

Rig Down

Disconnect the External Load cell cable if used and spool it back on the
reel. Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable
head from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to
the floor..

Keep a slack of 10 ft. of cable on the rig floor.

Secure the cable head to the permanent rig structure.

Start lowering the top sheave down.

Start feeding the excess cable on to the cat walk.

Once it is all the way on the ground remove the cable head from the top
sheave.

Disconnect the top sheave from the elevator. Feed all the line out of the
bottom sheave

Remove the Cable head from the bottom sheave.

Disconnect the bottom Sheave.

Spool in all the remaining cable from the catwalk onto the cable drum.

Post job Maintenance

Refer to SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the


Rig-Up Operations FOM.

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NON STANDARD RIG-UP PROCEDURE - FISHING, BACK
OFF /TOOL PUSHER OPERATIONS
Inspect all rig-up equipment prior to use.
Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use.

In situations where the elevator is engaged in handling the


drill pipe, such as Fishing/Back off Operations or Tool Pusher
Operations, a nonstandard rig up may be warranted.

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If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray current test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform the
rig floor crew about the usage of the R/A sources and allow only the
essential personnel on the rig floor.

Do not place any neutron source in proximity of a Gamma Ray


detector.

Get rig up equipment ready on the catwalk. Always use the approved
and certified rig up equipment.

Raise rig up equipment to rig floor using approved tag line.

Secure the bottom sheave to the rig structure and secure it with the
certified chain. (For the field camps using the external load cell
devices, connect the load cell in between the tie down chain and the
bottom sheave wheel).In the case of a situation where the certified and
approved anchor point for the bottom sheave wheel is at a greater
distance from the location of bottom sheave wheel, remember to secure
the bottom chain with the air tugger line because as the length of the
chain increases so also the weight which makes it impossible for a
person to handle it. Always do pre job visual inspection of the chain
and sheave wheel. Secure the hook to the chain using the shackle and
tractor pin. Ensure that the bottom sheave wheel is secured with the air
tugger line and not laying on its side. Make use of the proper floor
stand where applicable.

Prepare the top sheave with the certified chain/Sling as per the Visual
Check Sheet 1 and 2.

Ensure that the sheave is secured with the break over support pin and
that break over pin is locked in its place with both cotter pins.

Thread the cable head and line through bottom and top sheaves.

Ensure line is installed in sheave hand guard.

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Stop all the crane operations before performing the next step which
may interfere or cross the path of the cable from the Truck/Skid to the
Rig floor.

Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to the
floor.

While guiding the cable, safely raise the top sheave as high as possible
to allow plenty of room for tool string ensuring that the top sheave is
not twisted,

Hang the top sheave on a strong horizontal member of derrick as shown


in the Visual Check sheet 1 and 2.

No Halliburton personnel are to go up to the derrick to hang


the top sheave. Deviation from this practice requires a Stop
Work Authority and MOC.

Using only approved and certified lifting caps, raise the tools to the rig
floor. If the cable head is connected directly to the tools, a gooseneck
is required. Otherwise use one of the approved double hook lifting
devices. The use of approved tag lines is required.

Raise the tools and continue to assemble the tool string as per the job
design. With the cable head connected to the tool string and the tool
string resting on tool stand, perform a surface tension calibration.

In the case of Tool Pusher Operations once we latch on to the tool


down hole , and before we start logging down we have to rig up the
third sheave which is called snatch block as shown below. Hence this
rig up is also sometimes referred to as three sheave rig up. The cable
gets guided by the side of the pipe during logging with the help of a
floor plate.

Installation of the snatch block and the floor plate should be done after
consulting with the rig crew as it should not hinder their operation.

Ensure that the rig crew is aware that there are two cables
under tension; the cable which supports the Snatch block
from the Rig structure and the wire line cable which is
entering the hole via the snatch block.

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Figure 1
Non-Standard Rig Up

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SIDE ENTRY SUB USED DURING NON-STANDARD RIGUPS:
The side entry sub is used to enter tubing while maintaining the use of
the rig Top Drive.

Figure 2
Side Entry Sub

Rig Down Fishing Back Off

Disconnect the External Load cell cable if used and spool it back on the
reel.

Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to the
floor.

Secure the cable head to the permanent rig structure.

Keep a slack of 10 ft. of cable on the rig floor.

Start lowering the top sheave down.

Start feeding the excess cable on to the cat walk.

Once it is all the way on the ground remove the cable head from the top
sheave.

Disconnect the top sheave from the elevator. Feed all the line out of the
bottom sheave.

Remove the Cable head from the bottom sheave.

Disconnect the bottom Sheave.

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Spool in all the remaining cable from the catwalk onto the cable drum.

Post job Maintenance

Refer to SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the


Rig-Up Operations FOM.

Rig-Down Tool Pusher

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After the completion of logging procedures Un-latch the PDH.

Install the Line Guide on the SES.

The rig floor should be cleared of all personnel while pulling the latch
off.

Pull SES to surface and release the clamp.

Remove the wire line from the clamp.

Hold tension from the skid and remove the shear bolts holding the
clamp.

Pull tension on the wire line to lift the clamp out of the groove.

Release tension on the wire line and guide the clamp past the groove to
rest on the pack off nut.

Install the line guide assembly on the SES. Lift the clamp off the pack
off and remove it.

Pull the pump-down head up to 100 feet below SES, at a reasonable


speed. The pump-down head is shaped similar to a swab, so do not pull
out fast enough to "swab" the well.

Remove SES, pull the pump-down head out of the pipe and lay the sub
and head aside or on the catwalk.

Bring the wire line out of the hole at a reasonable speed. Remember
that the Pump-down Head can act similar to a swab and has the
potential of swabbing the well.

Raise the SES above the rig floor with an air hoist before the Pumpdown Head arrives at the surface.

After raising the SES the Pump-down Head can be brought to the
surface, washed, and laid down.

The SES can now be laid down and the tools can be brought back to
surface.

During the rig down procedure lay down all the tools on the cat walk.

Rig down the top sheave. Ensure that the wire line is properly secured
to prevent it from rising and passing through the top sheave and
dropping to the floor.

Keep a slack of 10 ft. of cable on the rig floor.

No Halliburton personnel are to go up to the derrick to hang


the top sheave. Deviation from this practice requires a Stop
Work Authority and MOC.

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Start lowering the top sheave down.

Start feeding the excess cable on to the cat walk.

Once it is all the way on the ground pull the free end of the wire line
from the top sheave.

Disconnect the top sheave from the elevator. Feed all the line out of the
bottom sheave.

Remove the wire line from the bottom sheave.

Disconnect the bottom Sheave.

Spool in all the remaining cable from the catwalk onto the cable drum.

Refer to SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the


Rig-Up Operations FOM.

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Post job Maintenance

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NON-STANDARD RIG-UP PROCEDURE
SHEAVE RIG-UP OPERATION

THREE

Inspect all rig-up equipment prior to use.


Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use.

Three sheave rig up is necessary when there is no clear line


of sight from the Winch operator to the bottom sheave.

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If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray current test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform the
rig floor crew about the usage of the R/A sources and allow only the
essential personnel on the rig floor.

Do not place any neutron source in proximity of a Gamma Ray


detector.

Get rig up equipment ready on the catwalk. Always use the approved
and certified rig up equipment.

Raise rig up equipment to rig floor using approved tag line.

Plan the placement of the third shave wheel and the bottom sheave.

Ensure that there is rated and approved structural support available for
the placement of the third sheave which is rated for 30000 lbs. of
tension.

Cordon off the area with the caution tape to restrict any trespassing.
Inform all the rig floor personnel as well as general rig crew.

Raise rig up equipment to rig floor.

Secure the bottom sheave to the certified and rated substructure and
secure it with the certified chain. In the case of a situation where the
certified and approved anchor point for the bottom sheave wheel is at a
greater distance from the location of bottom sheave wheel, remember to
secure the bottom chain with the air tugger line because as the length of
the chain increases so also the weight which makes it impossible for a
person to handle it. Always do pre job visual inspection of the chain
and sheave wheel. Ensure that the bottom sheave wheel is secured with
the air tugger line and not laying on its side. Make use of the proper
floor stand where applicable.

Secure the third sheave to the rig structure and secure it with certified
chain. Secure the hook to the chain using the shackle and tractor pin.
Always do pre job visual inspection of the chain and sheave wheel.

Prepare the top sheave with the certified chain. Always do pre job
visual inspection of the chain and sheave wheel. Ensure that the sheave
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Thread the cable head and line through bottom, the third and top
sheaves.

Ensure line is installed in sheave hand guard.

Stop all the crane operations before performing the next step which
may interfere or cross the path of the cable from the Truck/Skid to the
Rig floor.

Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to the
floor.

Hang T-bar and top sheave on the elevator.

Ensure that the top sheave is not twisted. While guiding the cable;
safely raise the top sheave as high as possible to allow plenty of room
for tool string ensuring that the top sheave is not twisted. Ensure that
the sheave is secured with the break over support pin and that break
over pin is locked in its place with both cotter pins.

Lock the elevator swivel.

Lock the elevator handles. Secure the elevator handles using rope or
bungee cord.

Using only approved and certified lifting caps, raise the tools to the rig
floor. If the cable head is connected directly to the tools, a gooseneck
is required. Otherwise use one of the approved double hook lifting
devices. The use of approved tag lines is required. Continue to
assemble the tool string as per the job design.

With the cable head connected to the tool string and the tool string
resting on tool stand, perform a surface tension calibration.

Rig Down Three sheave Rig-up

In case of runs with explosives, observe the Radio Silence as per the
ESOM Section 14 (Well-site Operations, Electrical and Nonelectrical
Initiated Devices)manual.

During the rig down procedure lay down all the tools on the cat walk.

Disconnect the External Load cell cable if used and spool it back on the
reel.

Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to the
floor.

Keep a slack of 10 ft. of cable on the rig floor.

Secure the cable head to the permanent rig structure.

Start lowering the top sheave down.

Start feeding the excess cable on to the cat walk.

Once it is all the way on the ground remove the cable head from the top
sheave.

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is secured with the break over support pin and that break over pin is
locked in its place with both cotter pins.

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Disconnect the top sheave from the elevator. Feed all the line out of the
bottom sheave.

Remove the Cable head from the bottom sheave.

Disconnect the bottom Sheave.

Spool in all the remaining cable from the catwalk onto the cable drum.

Post job Maintenance

Refer to SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the


Rig-Up Operations FOM.

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RIG-UP PROCEDURES RIG-LESS OPERATION
Inspect all rig-up equipment prior to use.
Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use.

Rig-less operations is necessary when there is no rig on site


to support the top sheave (Crane/Mast).
Two winch operators are required to complete one action is
considered to be a high risk operation.

WIND SPEED MONITORING FOR BOOM AND MAST OPERATIONS:

Side loads applied to a crane boom or mast derrick can potentially


stress the crane boom or mast derrick beyond its operational limits.
Adding a swing load will increase this potential.

Crane boom and mast derrick units are design to operate within set
parameters. These parameters include side loading and wind speed.

It is mandatory the wind speed be entered into the lift plan form and
checked against the crane or mast unit limits documented by the
manufacture (Normally Located on a metal plate attached to the unit)
before raising the crane boom or mast derrick.

Periodic wind speed checks shall continue during the job especially
during wind changes in direction, wind speed changes and while close
to the surface with the tool-string. The wind speed readings shall be
updated on the lift form after each check.

The type and model of hand held wind meter is not mandatory, but the
use of a hand held wind speed meter on location during a crane boom
or mast derrick operation is mandatory to correctly determine the wind
speed in order to verify the wind speed is within the crane boom or
mast derrick limits.

Figure 3
Recommended Hand Held Wind Speed Monitor
(102125435)

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(OEB-2009_32G / Raising Lubricator & Toolstring Utilizing a


Crane)

RIG UP OPERATIONS
TOP SHEAVE BOOM CROWN ATTACHMENT:

Survey location for overhead electrical lines and other hazards.

Rig-less Rig-Up Risk Analysis.

Determine the best location for crane / mast to avoid hazards.

Using crane Risk Analysis 25.

Position the crane / mast and logging units in the selected locations.

Fully extend all outriggers for crane / mast on to a surface capable of


supporting the crane / mast weight.

Position the logging unit at a distance from the wellhead that exceeds
the crane / mast boom height.

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If the location does not allow for positioning the unit in a


location exceeding the crane / mast boom height, the logging
unit shall be positioned at the maximum achievable distance
from the wellhead at an angle outside of 90 Degree from the
crane / mast long axiss support frame.

If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray current test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform all
third party service and personnel about the usage of the R/A sources or
explosive material and allow only the essential personnel restricted
area.

Get rig up equipment ready and laid out for rig up operations.

Per the lift inspection plan. Flag off all Safety Red zones with caution
tape.

Mobile Crane Lifting Plan

Attach the top sheave to a rated and certified point on the crane / mast
crown.

Thread the cable through the top sheave.

The WP winch operator is responsible for the orchestrated


actions between the WP winch and crane winch operators.
The crane winch operator must not operate the crane winch or
boom without direct communication from the WP winch
operator.

Raise and extend the crane / mast boom fully being careful not to
entangle the cable with the crane / mast hoist cabling.

Verify the top sheave is not twisted before applying cable tension.

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Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave due to cable counter
weight.

Secure the bottom sheave to the crane / mast support frame or wellhead
utilizing a certified chain. Secure the hook to the chain using the
shackle and tractor pin.

Thread cable through the bottom sheave.

With the cable head connected to the tool-string and the tool-string
resting on tool stands, perform a surface tension calibration.

Rig up the pressure control equipment as required.

Ensure line is installed in sheave hand guard.

Install guide ropes on top of the lubricator to assist WP personnel in


controlling any swing of the lubricator while lifting. Do not use the
Grease or return hoses to guide the lubricator.

Never stand under a suspended load

Both the WP operator and crane winch operator are


responsible to ensure that all rigging is secured and that
loose material has been removed from the load. Also, that trip
hazards have been relocated out of the operational area.

Raise the tool-string to the vertical position.

Complete required checks and pull the tool-string into the lubricator.

While monitoring the bottom of the tool-string outside the bottom of


the lubricator, slowly lower the lubricator and connect to the top of the
wellhead connections.

For pressure testing the WPCE before descending into the


well, refer to the Well-head Pressure Control Equipment
(WPCE) field operations manual (FOM).
Well Site WPCE Pressure Testing Procedures / Prepare the
Lubricator

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SIMULTANEOUS LIFTING

RIG-LESS

OPERATIONS

Method #1: Self-supporting tool-string, raised in the lubricator seated


on the lubricator stop.

Method #2: Un-supported tool-string, raised in the lubricator supported


by the conductor line.

Simultaneous Lifting Procedures (Self Supporting)


If the tool-string is capable of withstanding its own weight plus the weight of
added weight bars without damage, the follow procedures are recommended.

After connecting the tool-string to the conductor line, pull the toolstring into the lubricator stopping the bottom of the tool-string just
inside the bottom of the lubricator.

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Insert a stop on the bottom of the lubricator to stop the tool-string from
exiting the lubricator during the lift. The stop can be a set of lubricator
dolly wheels or a bull-plug. If a bull-plug is used, it must protect the.

O-ring seals in the bottom half union.

The crane winch operator initiates the lifting operation by slowly lifting
the lubricator from the horizontal position to the vertical position.
Subsequently, the WP winch operator takes up the conductor line slack
as the lubricator is lifted to the vertical position. The tool-string will be
lifted in the lubricator while resting on the lubricator stop and not by
the conductor line.

The WP winch operator must maintain the required tension on


the conductor line to keep the bottom sheave from falling to
one side.

The crane winch operator stops the vertical lift with the bottom of the
lubricator 12 above the top wellhead connection and slightly off to one
side.

The WP winch operator retracts the conductor line lifting the toolstring off the lubricator stop; the lubricator stop may be removed at this
time.

If a wheel dolly is used as the lubricator stop, do not raise the


dolly wheels over 2 above the ground before removing the
dolly wheels and replacing them with a bull plug lubricator
stop

The WP winch operator lowers the tool-string until between 6" and 8"
of the tool-string is visible out of the bottom of the lubricator.

The Crane winch operator will rotate the lubricator aligning the
lubricator pin connection with the box connection on top of the
wellhead.

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After the tool-string has been lined up for well entry, the WP winch
operator lowers the tool-string and stops just above the top wellhead
gate valve and then notifies the crane winch operator when the toolstring is in the proper position.

The crane winch operator slowly lowers the lubricator until the
lubricator half Union, (pin) comes in contact with the half box union on
top of the wellhead. The WP operator secures the union.

For pressure testing the WPCE before descending into the


well, refer to the Well-head Pressure Control Equipment
(WPCE) field operations manual (FOM).

If the lubricator is not pre-pressured to equal the well pressure before


opening the wellhead gate valve:
- The WP winch operator will make certain the hydraulic bypass
valve is properly set to stop the winch if the cable-head comes into
contact with the pressure control equipment prematurely. The use
of a tool catcher is recommended.
- The WP winch operator raises the top of the tool-string to a point
just below the pressure control head or latches the cable-head in
the Tool-catcher.
Close the tool trap, if used. The wellhead pressure control equipment is
engaged and the wellhead gate valve is opened to slowly equalize the
lubricator pressure before the tool-string descends into the well.
Release the tool-string from the tool catcher and open the tool trap if in
use.

Simultaneous Lifting Procedures (Non-Self Supporting)


If the tool-string is not capable of withstanding its own weight plus the weight of
added weight bars without damage, the following steps are recommended.

After connecting the tool-string to the conductor line, pull the toolstring into the lubricator stopping the bottom of the tool-string just
inside the bottom of the lubricator.

Insert a stop on the bottom of the lubricator to stop the tool-string from
exiting the lubricator during the lift. The stop can be a set of lubricator
dolly wheels or a bull-plug. If a bull-plug is used, it must protect the Oring seals in the bottom half union.

The crane winch operator initiates the lifting operation by slowly lifting
the lubricator from the horizontal position to the vertical position.
Subsequently, the WP winch operator takes up the conductor line slack
as the lubricator is lifted to the vertical position.

The WP winch operator must maintain the required tension on


the conductor line to keep the tool-string hanging between the
pressure control head and the bottom of the lubricator. This is
a high risk operation concerning damaging the tool-string as

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Well Site WPCE Pressure Testing Procedures / Prepare the


Lubricator

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the WP winch operator cannot see the tool-string in the
lubricator. As the simultaneous lift is in progress the WP
winch operator will have to rely on the weight indicator to
determine if the tool-string is setting down on the lubricator
stop or bumping against the pressure control head.

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The crane winch operator stops the vertical lift with the bottom of the
lubricator no more than 2' above the ground. The lubricator trolley
wheels or lubricator bull-plug may be removed at this time and a
lubricator entry guide attached to the bottom of the lubricator.

The WP winch operator lowers the tool-string until between 6" and 12"
of the tool-string is visible out of the bottom of the lubricator.

The crane winch operator rotates the crane boom and places the
lubricator in close proximity to the wellhead. While the lubricator is
being positioned the WP winch operator will maintain the 6 to 12
tool string exposure to compensate for crane movement.

The WP winch operator remains stationary while the crane winch


operator raises the bottom of the lubricator to a position 12 above the
top of the wellhead connection and slightly off to one side and watches
for any slack in the conductor line.

The WP operator monitors the operation, including the crane crown and
top of the lubricator pressure control head proximity.

While the lubricator is raised to the top of the wellhead


connection, take care to protect the exposed tool-string. The
WP winch operator monitors the tension on the conductor
line. If the conductor line starts to slacken, stop the operation
and then determine and fix the problem.

The WP winch operator verifies that the crane winch operator has
reached the required position and ceased all movement of the crane
winch and boom. The WP winch operator retracts the conductor line
raising the bottom of the tool-string to a height 6 to 8 above the top
of the wellhead top connection.

The Crane winch operator will rotate the lubricator aligning the
lubricator pin connection with the box connection on top of the wellhead.

After the tool-string has been lined up for well entry, the WP winch
operator lowers the tool-string and stops just above the top wellhead
gate valve and then notifies the crane winch operator when the toolstring is in the proper position.

The crane winch operator slowly lowers the lubricator until the
lubricator half union comes in contact with the wire-line valve half box
union. The WP operator secures the union.

Steps to take before pressurizing the lubricator and opening the


wellhead gate valve:
- The WP winch operator will make certain the hydraulic bypass
valve is properly set to stop the winch if the cable-head comes into
contact with the pressure control equipment prematurely.

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The WP winch operator will raise the tool-string to a point just


below the pressure control head or into the tool-catcher if in use.
(This may limit damage to the conductor line if the tool-string is
forced up-hole in the lubricator while applying pressure in the
lubricator)

For pressure testing the WPCE before descending into the


well, refer to the Well-head Pressure Control Equipment
(WPCE) field operations manual (FOM). Well Site WPCE
Pressure Testing Procedures / Prepare the Lubricator

The wellhead pressure control equipment is engaged and the wellhead


gate valve is opened to slowly equalize the lubricator pressure before
the tool-string descends into the well.

TOP SHEAVE SPREADER T BAR ATTACHMENT:

Follow steps above.

Attach the top sheave to the fixed attachment point on the spreader bar.
Ensure that the sheave is secured with the break over support pin and
that break over pin is locked in its place with both cotter pins.

Attach the outside lifting slings from the spreader bar to the lubricator
lifting collar.

Thread the cable through the top sheave.

Rig up the pressure control equipment as required.

Connect the cable-head to the tool-string.

Raise and extend the crane / mast boom fully.

Connect the crane / mast block to the spreader bar.

Verify the top sheave is not twisted before applying cable tension.

Complete the surface tension calibration procedure.

Ensure line is installed in sheave hand guard.

Install guide ropes on top of the lubricator to assist WP personnel in


controlling any swing of the lubricator while lifting.

Simultaneously raising the spreader bar, lubricator and tool-string to


the required height.

Complete required checks and pull the tool-string into the lubricator.

Use of a tool trap or tool catcher is mandatory, use of a


lubricator guide is mandatory.
(Lubricator Entry Guide_OEB-2009 / 044C)
(Tool Catcher & Trap _ OEB-2008 / 111)

Install and secure the pressure control equipment to the wellhead


connection.

The lubricator is pressurized to the well pressure.

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Open the gate valve and descend into the well.

Rig Down Procedure Rig-less Operations:


TOP SHEAVE BOOM CROWN ATTACHMENT:

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In case of runs with explosives, observe the Radio Silence as per the
ESOM Section 14 (Well-site Operations, Electrical and Nonelectrical
Initiated Devices) manual.

Retrieve the tool-string into the lubricator.

Close the wellhead gate valve.

Bleed the lubricator pressure to zero.

Disconnect the lower lubricator connection.

Raise the lubricator to a point high enough to lower the tool-string to


the horizontal tool stands.

Disconnect the tool-string; pull the cable-head back into the lubricator.

Lower the lubricator to the horizontal position.

Retract and lay down the crane / mast boom.

Start laying excess cable on the ground as the crane / mast boom comes
down.

Remove the cable and disconnect the top sheave from the crane / mast
boom connection.

Disconnect the External Load cell cable if used and spool it back on the
reel.

Remove the cable from the bottom sheave and disconnect the bottom
sheave.

Spool in all the remaining cable from the ground onto the cable drum.

Spool up all remaining support cabling (grounding, speaker, Etc.).

Clean the operational area.

TOP SHEAVE SPREADER BAR ATTACHMENT:

In case of runs with explosives, observe the Radio Silence as per the
ESOM Section 14 (Well-site Operations, Electrical and Nonelectrical
Initiated Devices)manual.

Retrieve the tool-string into the lubricator.

Close the wellhead gate valve.

Bleed the lubricator pressure to zero.

Disconnect the lower lubricator connection.

Lower the tool-string to the top of the gate valve.

Raise the lubricator to a point high enough to lower the tool-string out
the bottom of the lubricator to the horizontal tool stands.

The bottom tool-string must remain outside the bottom of the


lubricator as it is being raised. Failure to do so may result in

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Disconnect the tool-string; pull the cable-head back into the lubricator.

Lower the lubricator to the horizontal position.

Start laying excess cable on the ground as the lubricator is being


lowered.

Disconnect the crane / mast hoisting cable from the spreader bar.

Retract and lay down the crane / mast boom.

Remove the cable and disconnect the top sheave from the spreader bar.

Disconnect the External Load cell cable if used and spool it back on the
reel.

Remove the cable from the bottom sheave and disconnect the bottom
sheave.

Spool in all the remaining cable from the ground onto the cable drum.

Spool up all remaining support cabling (grounding, speaker, Etc.).

Clean the operational area.

Post job Maintenance

Refer to SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the


Rig-Up Operations FOM.

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the weak point making contact with the pressure control head
and separating the weak point.

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Figure 4
Crane Hand Signals

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RIG-UP ON A FLOATER
Inspect all rig-up equipment prior to use.
Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use.

Wire-line Logging operations on floating drill platforms require additional rig up


equipment to insure a near constant tool speed and down-hole tool position. The
heave from wave action on floating platforms can cause irregular tool movement
degrading the vertical resolution of the data and causing varying depth when
positioning down-hole sensors/tools. This rig up must be made to take full
advantage of movement compensation to minimize changes to the distance
between the wire-line top sheave and the seabed. A working line is added to the
rig up to actively engage the block or crown compensation units. This line is
connected from the rig floor to a stationary point below the slip joints over a
working sheave hung in the elevators.
Table 1 Equipment
Description
MOTION COMPENSATOR KIT
SAFETY SHEAR SUB ASSEMBLY,3.500 IN , C/W SAFETY
ANCHOR SHACKLES
REDRESS KIT, 3.500 INCH SAFETY SHEAR SUB
ASSEMBLY
DERRICK/TOWER BLOCK, MCKISSICK M-491
COMPENSATING SHEAVE

Part Number
102109077
719612
102109082
102109083
102109084

Rig-up Procedure:

Conduct meeting to discuss details of rig up.

If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray current test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform the
rig floor crew about the usage of the R/A sources and allow only the
essential personnel on the rig floor.

Do not place any neutron source in proximity of a Gamma Ray


detector.

Spool out logging cable, load cell and rig floor intercom lines.

Raise rig-up equipment to rig floor using approved tag lines.

Place the compensation sheave in the elevators, securing the handles.


Ensure elevator is latched and handles tied.

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Refer to Risk Analysis #9 in the Wire-line and Perforating


HMS.

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When rigging up the sheaves and lines, the compensator is


NOT to be engaged.

Install the top sheave assembly connect the load cell and sheave to
the lower pad eye of the compensating sheave. Do a visual inspection
of the Pad eye, it must be certified, and approved.

The Sheave hanger/elevator hook will not be used in this


assembly since load cell is attached directly to the pad eye at
the bottom of the compensating sheave. A 15Ton/30,000lb
shackle must be used for this purpose, as a minimum
(standard HES RUE).

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It is strongly recommended to attach the load cell to the top


sheave. However, it may be attached to the lower sheave in
extenuating circumstances. Tension readings may fluctuate
due to the wave motion compensation.

Rig up the bottom sheave as normal. A tugger line should be


incorporated (to hang the sheave) to prevent the sheave from jumping
under changing wire-line tensions.

Do a pre job visual inspection of the compensating line. Check for the
recent certification. Thread the compensating line through the
compensating sheave leaving sufficient slack to complete the rig- up.
The line must be attached to a fixed point on the well-head stack and
threaded up through the rig floor. The other end must be attached to a
point on the rig floor, incorporating a safety shear sub and safety sling,
as shown in figure 1.

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Figure 5
Movement compensator
Feed the wire-line through the bottom sheave and up through the top
sheave. Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the
cable head from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping
to the floor.

Ensure the compensating line is securely fastened to the anchor points


on the rig floor and stack. Ensure that the anchor points are certified
and approved. Always ensure that the Compensator is dis engaged
before raising the top sheave.

Lift the top sheave assembly to the correct height to allow plenty of
room for the tool string. Leave sufficient slack in the compensation line
for this. Care must be taken to prevent tangling of wire-line,
compensating line, and load cell cable. Failure to verify the top sheave
is not twisted before applying tension to the cable while raising the
tool-string may result in the sheave turning and twisting the cable while
down hole damaging the cable or support equipment.

Allow cable head to rest on rig floor. Perform tension surface


calibration. Also see generic depth control Ops Manual or FOM.

Use a lubricator entry guide when pulling tool-string with


square shoulder into the lubricator from a vertical position
with the unit drum. See OEB-2009/044.

Use the Bull-Plug / Wheeled Dolly when lifting the lubricator


and tool-string simultaneously from the horizontal to vertical
position. See OEB-2009 062.

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Rig-up and pressure test lubricator if needed.

Make up tool(s). Zero tool-string at the Rotary Table as per applying a


Zeroed Depth Reference.

Applying a Zeroed Depth Reference

With WMC de-activated, stop the tool reference (TOOL ZERO) at the
rotary table.

Set system depth to zero.

Lower the tool until the head is well below the riser slip joint.

Flag the cable at the rotary table and record current depth.

Have the driller pull up slowly on the elevators, until the WMC is
stroking about its mid-point.

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The WMC is now activated. Keep personnel away from rig


floor.

Raise or lower the tool until the cable flag is back at the rotary table,
see figure 2.

The flag will be moving due to the heave.

Set system depth to depth recorded.

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Figure 6:
Flagging cable at the rotary table

Fill up "Z" Chart while RIH and POOH.

Continue logging operations.

When POOH stop at 300 feet.

Turn off the wave motion compensator.

POOH to surface.

Concerns with compensators

Rough seas may cause conditions of movement outside compensators


range of stroke. Compensation is limited to heave less than one half the
compensators maximum travel.

Compensators tend to lag when subjected to abrupt changes in height.

General concerns

Addition lines in the derrick need to be managed to reduce the risk of


fouling the wire-line and working line.

Proper depth control techniques must be maintained. The drilling line


should be marked when the rig up is complete. This will make it easier
to re-position the block to the same height for additional wire-line runs.

Turn off the Wave Motion Compensator at 300 feet. Stand well
clear when the WMC is activated or deactivated.

For TPL operations using a WMC see Field Engineer's Guide


to Toolpusher - 770.00739.

Rig Down Floater Operations

In case of runs with explosives, observe the Radio Silence as per the
ESOM Section 14 (Well-site Operations, Electrical and Nonelectrical
Initiated Devices)manual.

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During the rig down procedure lay down all the tools on the cat walk.

Disconnect the External Load cell cable if used and spool it back on the
reel.

Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to the
floor.

Keep a slack of 10 ft. of cable on the rig floor.

Secure the cable head to the permanent rig structure.

Start lowering the top sheave down.

Start feeding the excess cable on to the cat walk. Ensure the
compensation line stays free and is laid out as the top sheave is
lowered.

Once it is all the way on the ground remove the cable head from the top
sheave

Disconnect the top sheave from the elevator. Feed all the line out of the
bottom sheave.

Remove the Cable head from the bottom sheave.

Disconnect the bottom Sheave.

Rig down the motion compensation sheave, shear sub, safety sling and
the compensation line.

Spool in all the remaining cable from the catwalk onto the cable drum.

Post job Maintenance

Refer to SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the


Rig-Up Operations FOM.

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UNDER RIG FLOOR RIG UP
Inspect all rig-up equipment prior to use.
Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use.

Refer to Risk Analysis #9 in the Wire-line and Perforating


HMS.

There are three approved under the rig floor rig up systems:

Standard rig-up procedures, this can be used provided there is enough


space between the wire-line valve deck and bottom of the rig floor to
support the top sheave by attaching the top sheave to a main rig floor
frame support while still allowing room for the tool-string/lubricator.

Deployment by use of a URF-A Frame. This can be used when no


lubricator is required (example Open Hole Logging).

Phuel Oil Tools deployment system, this would be used to deploy toolstrings required deployment in several sections while under well
pressure.

Wire-line operations under the rig floor can be completed safely


provided certain criteria are observed.

If a risk is identified during rig or wire-line operations the operation


must be shut down until the risk is eliminated.

The logging unit should be placed under the rig floor in such a way as
to not restrict rig up procedures (cantilever support platform) or place
the crew in a hazardous position such as confined spaces.

A risk analysis must be completed and approved by the local


Halliburton management team as well as the customer representative.

If there is any doubt concerning the safety of the operation, the WP


winch operator will stop all operations, notify the site supervisor and
hold a safety meeting to correct all safety concerns.

Standard Rig Up Under Rig Floor

Conduct safety meeting to discuss details of rig up.

If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray current test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

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On occasions our customer will request wire-line operation be completed under


the rig floor on wells not being serviced by the rig. This is generally requested to
minimize rig down time waiting on wire-line operations (Example Open Hole
Logging) which can significantly reduce the cost to our customer.

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Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform the
rig floor crew about the usage of the R/A sources and allow only the
essential personnel on the rig floor.

Do not place any neutron source in proximity of a Gamma Ray


detector.

Determine the length of tool-string required.

Maximize the distance between wire-line valve deck and rig floor.

Determine the distance between the wire-line valve deck and rig floor.
See OEB-2010/035.

Deploy unit and rig-up equipment to the wire-line valve deck.

Spool out logging cable and intercom lines.

Spool out any other lines per operation procedures (pack-off hose,
grease and return hoses).

Hang top sheave under rig floor. Do a pre job visual inspection of the
chains/Slings pad eyes and anchor points.

Secure the top sheave with a short chock to the main rig floor
structural beam. See OEB-2010/043.

Secure bottom sheave to the main skid structure across from the
logging unit.

Thread the line through bottom and top sheaves. Ensure that the cable
head is properly secured to prevent the cable head from rising and
passing through the top sheave and dropping to the floor. Failure to
verify the top sheave is not twisted before applying tension to the cable
while raising the tool-string may result in the sheave turning and
twisting the cable while down hole damaging the cable or support
equipment.

Allow cable head to rest on the wire-line valve deck while performing
the line tension surface calibration.

Connect the tool-string to be run to the cable head and pull the toolstring into the lubricator.

Install a bull plug or tool stop in the bottom of the lubricator.

Using a knuckle crane or rig winch lift the lubricator and tool-string to
the vertical position above the well.

Using the logging unit winch retract the cable taking up the slack lifting
the tool string off the bull plug or tool stop.

Remove the bull plug or tool stop from the lubricator and lower the
tool-string into the top of the well or wire-line valve.

Zero the tool-string at this time.

Using the knuckle crane or rig winch lower the lubricator and attach to
the well head or Wire-line valve top connection.

Rig up and pressure test as required.

Descend into the well for wire-line operations.

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Conduct safety meeting to discuss details of rig up.

If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray current test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform the
rig floor crew about the usage of the R/A sources and allow only the
essential personnel on the rig floor.

Do not place any neutron source in proximity of a Gamma Ray


detector.

Determine the length of tool-string required.

Maximize the distance between wire-line valve deck and rig floor.

Determine the distance between the wire-line valve deck and rig floor.
See OEB-2010/035.

Deploy unit and URF to the wire-line valve deck.

Spool out logging cable and intercom lines.

Spool out any other lines per operation procedures (pack-off hose,
grease and return hoses).

Lower unit and rig up equipment to the wire-line valve deck.

Remove drilling wire-line valve and riser.

Install wire-line riser between well head deck and wire-line valve deck.

The wire-line riser will include spool with two 2" side ports,
pancake line cutter, inline ball valve and required riser with
pack-off connection

Using the knuckle crane or rig winch, pick up the first logging tool
section, lower the section into the well setting the top of the section in
the tool support plate.

Place A-Frame and Swivel Sheave over the well.

Install the Diverter Sheave across from the unit.

The diverter sheave shall be attached to the rig master skid


for support.

Install the cable through the diverter sheave, Swivel sheave and packoff. Failure to verify the top sheave is not twisted before applying
tension to the cable while raising the tool-string may result in the
sheave turning and twisting the cable while down hole damaging the
cable or support equipment.

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Take up cable slack and remove the tool support plate.

Lower the tool-string and connect the pack-off.

During retrieval from the well if the tool-string is explosive in nature;


stop at 200' below ground level or sea floor and follow explosive
procedures.

Slowly retrieve the tool-string and tag the pack-off.

Detach the pack-off quick union.

Pick up the pack-off and tool-string enough to install the tool support
plate.

Disconnect the cable head and lay down the pack-off and cable head.

Using the knuckle crane or rig winch disassemble the tool-string by


sections as required.

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The Phuel Deployment System allows operators to install a tool-string longer


than the available pickup height into a wellbore, (Example: under rig floor
operations) while maintaining full control of the wellbore pressure. The system
permits the deployment of longer lengths of production logging tools (PLT) and
wireline conveyed perforating guns than conventionally would be allowed.
Therefore, the system reduces operation time while increasing the functionality
and value from the intervention operation.
The system is comprised of a Wire Line Valve (WLV) with pipe and wire-line
rams, a deployment window, and a detection system. These are described as
follows:

One section of the detection system is the deployment bar system into
which strategically placed magnets allow for the correct positioning of
the bar into the wire-line valve, and seal the bar for pressure control.

A magnetic detection system is employed to provide positional


information to the wire-line operator for setting the rams of the wireline valve when the bar is correctly positioned. A suitable number of
bars are used in the logging tool-string to divide the total tool-string
lengths into sections that can be lifted within the limitations of the rig.

A deployment window is located directly above the wire-line valve.


The deployment window contains an operator window which allows
access to the top of the bar and to the bottom of the tool-string. From
the operator window, the wire-line operator is able to make or break the
connections between each tool-string length.

The wire-line valve contains five sets of rams. There are two rams (one
inverted) with pipe seals to seal on the deployment bar, two rams (one
inverted) with wire-line seals used to run on wire-line and one shear
and seal ram that cuts the bar or wire-line in an emergency.

The deployment window consists of a pressure port to verify the


condition of the seals. This window also includes a fast test sub
incorporated into the top section to allow quick testing of the lubricator
after each length of toolstring is attached.

The second part of the detection system consists of two magnetic


detectors, one above and one below the. When the magnets in the bars

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Conduct safety meeting to discuss details of rig up.

If explosives are to be used, spool out grounding cables and conduct


stray current test as per ESOM Section 19 (Stray Voltage Checks
procedures).

Spool out all necessary lines and cables to run specific services.

When using Radioactive Sources mark the control area with the caution
tape for 2m Rem/hr.

Restrict all unnecessary personnel from the controlled area. Inform the
rig floor crew about the usage of the R/A sources and allow only the
essential personnel on the rig floor.

Do not place any neutron source in proximity of a Gamma Ray


detector.

Determine the length of tool-string required.

Maximize the distance between wire-line valve deck and rig floor.

Determine the distance between the wire-line valve deck and rig floor.
See OEB-2010/035.

Deploy unit and rig up equipment to the wire-line valve deck.

Spool out logging cable and intercom lines.

Spool out any other lines per operation procedures (pack-off hose,
grease and return hoses).

Secure bottom sheave to the main skid structure across from the
logging unit.

Hang top sheave under rig floor.

Secure the top sheave with a short chock to the main rig floor
structural beam. See OEB-2010/043.

Failure to verify the top sheave is not twisted before applying tension to
the cable while raising the tool-string may result in the sheave turning
and twisting the cable while down hole damaging the cable or support
equipment.

Thread line through bottom and top sheaves.

Allow cable head to rest on the wire-line valve deck while performing
the line tension surface calibration.

Insert the cable head through the pack-off and lubricator as required.SE

Connect the deployment bar with magnetic markers to the cable head.

Connect the tool-string, section #1, to be run to the deployment bar and
pull the tool-string into the lubricator.

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are aligned with the detectors, a notification in the display panel


informs the wire-line operator that it is safe to set the rams, and to
affect a seal without the risk of damage to any tool- string components.
An electrical conductor passes through the deployment bars to warrant
the individual tool-string lengths to remain in communication with the
surface logging system.

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Install a bull-plug or tool stop in the bottom of the lubricator.

Using a knuckle crane or rig winch lift the lubricator and tool-string to
the vertical position above the well.

Using the logging unit winch retract the cable taking up the slack lifting
the tool-string off the bull-plug or tool stop.

Remove the bull-plug or tool stop from the lubricator and lower the
tool-string into the top of the well or wire-line valve.

Using the knuckle crane or rig winch lower the lubricator and attached
to the deployment window top connection.

Rig up and pressure test as required.

Open the wellhead gate valves and confirm all Wire-line valve guides
are open.

Lower the tool-string into the well aligning the deployment bar
magnetic markers across the wire-line valve magnetic sensors.

Close the wire-line valve deployment bar rams sealing the pressure
from the deployment window. Bleed pressure from the deployment
window.

Disconnect the cable head from the deployment bar.

Using the knuckle crane or rig winch lower the lubricator and attach the
next deployment bar and tool-string section.

Install a bull-plug or tool stop in the bottom of the lubricator.

Using a knuckle crane or rig winch lift the lubricator and tool-string to
the vertical position above the well.

Using the logging unit winch retract the cable taking up the slack lifting
the tool-string off the bull-plug or tool stop.

Remove the bull-plug or tool stop from the lubricator and lower the
tool-string into the top of the deployment window sub.

Using the knuckle crane or rig winch lower the lubricator and attach to
the deployment window top connection.

Using the deployment window connect the second tool string to the top
of the first deployment bar and close the window.

Rig up and pressure test as required.

Open the wellhead gate valves and confirm all Wire-line valve guides
are open.

Lower the tool-string into the well aligning the deployment bar
magnetic markers across the wire-line valve magnetic sensors.

Zero the tool-string after connecting the last tool-string section.

During retrieval of the tool-string if the tool-string is explosive in


nature; stop at 200' below ground level or sea floor and follow
explosive procedures.

Slowly retrieve the tool-string and tag the pack-off.

Stop with magnet aligned with magnetic sensors in wire-line valve and
close the bar rams.

Bleed the pressure from the lubricator.

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Open the deployment window, disconnect the tool connections, lay


down the tool-string section.

Using the Knuckle crane or rig winch pick up the lubricator and
connect to the top of the deployment window.

Connect the cable head to the top of the deployment bar, close the
deployment window and equalize the wellhead pressure into the
lubricator.

Open the deployment bar rams and raise the tool-string aligning the
next deployment bar across the magnetic sensors and close the
deployment bar rams.

The basic deployment system order includes the following:


- One deployment window
- One detector system
- Ten deployment bars
- Two deployment swivels

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Figure 7
Phuel Deployment System

Rig Down Under Rig Floor Operations

In case of runs with explosives, observe the Radio Silence as per the
ESOM Section 14 (Well-site Operations, Electrical and Nonelectrical
Initiated Devices)manual.

During the rig down procedure lay down all the tools on the cat walk.

Disconnect the External Load cell cable if used and spool it back on the
reel.

Ensure that the cable head is properly secured to prevent the cable head
from rising and passing through the top sheave and dropping to the
floor.

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Keep a slack of 10 ft. of cable on the rig floor.

Secure the cable head to the permanent rig structure.

Start lowering the top sheave down.

Start feeding the excess cable on to the cat walk.

Once it is all the way on the ground remove the cable head from the top
sheave.

Disconnect the top sheave from the elevator. Feed all the line out of the
bottom sheave.

Remove the Cable head from the bottom sheave.

Disconnect the bottom Sheave.

Rig down the URF or any extra equipment.

Spool in all the remaining cable from the catwalk onto the cable drum.

Post job Maintenance

Refer to SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the


Rig Up Operations FOM.

RIG UP SUB SEA (RISER-LESS)


Inspect all rig-up equipment prior to use.
Inspect all lifting equipment prior to use.

Refer to Risk Analysis #9 in the Wire-line and Perforating


HMS.

Rig Up Sub Sea (Riser Less) Operations.


- Conduct safety meeting to discuss details of rig up.
- Rig up wire-line through the top sheave and install sheave guide
pins.
- Attach top sheave to crane or an approved support.
- Rig up wire-line through the top sheave and install sheave guide
pins. Raise sheave to a pre-determined height.
- Thread wire-line through grease head, head catcher or stuffing box
sheave maintaining slack in the wire-line.
- Make up rope socket as per Halliburton procedures.
- Attach section of weight bar / stem to the rope socket and engage
the fishing neck into the head catcher.
- Conduct pull test by pulling the weight bar / stem to test the
- head catcher is engaged with the fishing neck.
- Function release head catcher and pull weight bar / stem from
head catcher.

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Reset head catcher to the catch position, pulling wire-line


reengage head catcher and repeat pull test.
- Make up rope socket weight bar / stem to the tool string in the tool
riser using appropriate method.
- Connect grease head / stuffing box to riser (quick union
connection) and mark collar to indicate back off.
- Install tool riser support structure to the tool riser.
- Connect crane block to tool riser in preparation for lifting.
- Raise the upper end of the tool string riser, lifting the top end from
horizontal to vertical. The lower end of the tool riser will use the
tool riser guide on the floor of the work platform as a reaction /
capture point for the lower end of the riser.
- Once the tool riser is in the vertical position, slowly lower the load
down to the work platform opening, rotate as required. Land the
tool riser on the work platform.
- Secure the tool riser to the platform as necessary.
- Remove the tool riser support and install the lower sheave support.
- Install the wire-line through the lower sheave and attach the lower
sheave to the work platform.
- Install tool riser guides to guide wires.

Deploying Tools Sub Sea (Riser less) Operation.


- Clear work area of unnecessary personnel for wire-line work.
- Dive ROV's and position at a minimum depth to observe tool
string as it is lowered in the water column.
- Apply tension to the wire-line and release the tool string from the
head catcher.
- Lower tool string from the riser and continue to ~30' above the
sub-sea wellhead.
- Lift the tool riser ~9' above the work platform and engage the
heave compensation.
- Adjust the height of the tool riser so that its range of movement is
approximately in the middle of the guide wires.
- ROV to observe movement / heave of tool string.
- Open wellhead as per manufacturers procedures.
- Move the tool string over the wellhead and lower into the guide
funnel. ROV to guide tool string as necessary using an open
manipulator jaw.
- Run tool string through the wellhead while the heave
compensation remains engaged. Continue to the proposed working
depth to perform services.

Recovering Tools Sub Sea (Riser less) Operation


- Pull tool string from the well to approximately 30' above the
wellhead.
- Close well head as per manufacturers procedures.
- Disengage heave compensation, and lower tool riser until it rests
on the work platform.
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Continue recovering wire-line and retract the tool string back to


the tool riser and latch into the head catcher.
- Disconnect the guide wires guides, the lower sheave and the
sheave support.
- Install tool riser support on work platform.
- Slowly raise crane block to recover the tool riser from the tool
riser guide closely monitoring the top of the tool riser and ensure
the wire-line remains slack.
- Using the crane, lower the tool riser from vertical to horizontal
placing it in the support stands and secure the riser.
- Remove the tool riser support from the tool riser.
- 3.10 Rig down wire-line and tool string.
Rig Up Sub Sea (Riser) Operations
- Conduct safety meeting to discuss details of rig up.
- Make up sub-sea lubricator assembly.
- Run lubricator assembly to predetermined depth, ROV to monitor
decent.
- Move vessel over BOP and land out lubricator assembly.
- Latch lubricator connector onto top of wellhead assembly.
- Pressure test lubricator assembly.
- ROV to release lubricator running tool verifying latch position.
- Recover running tool to surface.
- Rig Up sub-sea grease head, head catcher assembly.
- Make up rope socket as per Halliburton procedures.
- Attach section of weight bar / stem to the rope socket and engage
the fishing neck into the head catcher.
- Conduct pull test by pulling the weight bar / stem to test and
ensure the head catcher is engaged with the fishing neck.
- Function release head catcher and pull weight bar / stem from
head catcher.
- Reset head catcher to the catch position, pulling wire - line
reengage head catcher and repeat pull test.
- Make-up tool string and with the aid of the crane deploy into the
moon pool using bowl and slips to hold into position.
- Rotate grease head assembly to vertical position.
- Lift grease head assembly and transition to moon pool area.
- Lower grease head assembly to within 2" of the tool string.
- Use tool string jack to bring ends together and make up the
connection.
- Release jack pressure and transfer weight from bowl and slips to
grease head assembly.
- Remove bowl and slips and move the assembly to the launch area.
- Connect winch line to grease head assembly and transfer load
from the crane to the winch line.

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Lower assembly into the water.


Rig up upper sheave on the crane securing the wire-line with
sheave pins. Raise sheave to predetermined height.
- Rig up lower sheave with sheave pins and hand guard in place.
Deploying Tools Sub Sea (Riser) Operation
- Clear work area of unnecessary personnel for wire-line work.
- Dive ROV's and position at a minimum depth to observe tool
string as it is lowered in the water column.
- At depth use the ROV to align the vessel so the grease head
assembly is directly over the lubricator bore.
- Lower grease head assembly and tool string into the lubricator
bore. Latch grease head in place.
- Perform pressure test on lubricator assembly.
- Open all BOP's and wire-line valves as per manufacturers
procedures.
- Apply tension to the wire-line and release the tool string from the
head catcher.
- Run tool string through the wellhead. Continue to the proposed
working depth to perform services.
Recovering Tools Sub Sea (Riser) Operation
- Pull tool string from the well and latch tool string into the head
catcher.
- Close well head as per manufacturers procedures.
- Flush lubricator and release grease head assembly from lubricator.
- Using the winch line remove the grease head assembly and tool
string from the lubricator.
- Continue recovering wire-line and retract the grease head
assembly and tool string back to the moon pool.
- Clear work area of unnecessary personnel for wire-line work.
- Remove wire-line from the lower sheave and disconnect the
sheave.
- Lower upper sheave, remove wire-line and sheave from the crane.
- Attach crane to grease head assembly, take the load from the
winch line and remove the winch line.
- Attach the bowl and slips to the tool string and place the assembly
into the jacks.
- Disconnect the tool string from the cable head, and raise the
grease head assembly.
- Connect the crane to the tool assembly and recover tools from the
moon pool.
- Rotate the grease head assembly from vertical to horizontal and
place in storage rack.
Rig down wire-line and tool string.

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Post job Maintenance
Visually inspect all rig-up equipment and verify that certifications meet
standards.

SHEAVE WHEELS- Post Job Checks at the end of the Rig-Up


Operations FOM.
To be performed after every job.
WP uses 3 different sheave wheels.

101007538
30" SHEAVE WHEEL

101205533

CROSBY MCKISSICK 17"

101205532

CROSBY MCKISSICK 14"

Wash thoroughly to remove all mud.

Do not direct high pressures spray onto the face of bearings to prevent
water displacing the grease?

Make a visual inspection of groove. If worn too much, it will begin to


wear the cable unevenly. The sheave should be changed if this is the
case.

Check that the nameplate is intact and legible.

Check pull test inspection date on tag.

Rotate sheave freely and check for wobble. Any excessive play could
indicate a worn or damaged bearing. This must be repaired by
replacing the sheave wheel, bearing assembly or the shaft.

Rotate clevis swivel to ensure operation.

Check the bolts and frame for damage.

Grease the sheave wheel using the grease zert.

Grease the clevis shaft using the grease zert.

Keep the sheaves well painted to prevent corrosion. The sheave covers
should be painted bright alternating colors to make their presence
obvious and indicate movement on the rig floor. (Color pattern not
necessary on Crosby sheaves as they are sealed)

Inspect break over pin for fit and function, ensure clip and lanyard are
secured to top of pin. (All sheaves.)

Inspect sheave stand for weld integrity and keep painted. (17 & 14)

Store the sheave wheels for the next job.

Update maintenance records as per PM-GL-HAL-LP-500.

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GENERAL - RIG UP EQUIPMENT
The new standard equipment will comply with our maximum working
cable tension of 15,000 lbs. (open hole) and 6,000 lbs. (cased hole).

All load bearing equipment used during wire-line rig-up and associated
equipment such as shackles (clevises) will require certification and
proper identification attached to each tested assembly.
- In addition, the equipment will require annual re-certification. It
is the responsibility of the field operation location to re-certify the
rig-up gear assemblies on this annual basis.
- Re-certification must include a proof load test, mechanical
inspection of assemblies for wear and corrosion, and test
documentation.
- The assemblies shall be tested up to but not exceeding their proof
load. A proof load test is typically twice the rated working load (or
Hook Load) as defined in each part numbers equipment
specifications.
- It is required that non-destructive material testing, (dye penetrant
or magnetic particle / MPI), be completed on all cast components
of the assemblies to check for cracks or inclusions.
- It is preferred that the load should be applied slowly by a
hydraulic ram connected to a certified pressure gauge that is
calibrated to the ram's diameter so as to read directly in pounds.
The gauge used shall have adequate definition so that plus or
minus 1% can be read on the scale. The gauge shall be calibrated
every year. There are no specifications that set the minimum time
duration for holding the load. Most test companies hold the load
from a few seconds to 15 minutes. Anything with a cast part or
weld that will be subjected to an MPI should be held for at least 5
minutes. However, other items can be tested by holding the load
for a short duration.

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MAXIMUM CABLE LOAD IS ONE HALF OF THE HOOK LOAD


ACROSS THE TOP SHEAVE

Investigation into the use of wire slings in conjunction with rigging has
deemed wire slings are NOT acceptable.

When ordering sheaves such as the 14" wheel P/N 101205532 it will be
for a 7/32" line, the 17" wheel P/N 101205533 will be for a 5/16" line,
and the 30" wheel P/N 101210319 will be for a 15/32" and larger lines.
- The above sheaves will also have a connection that will accept the
ISI or Kerr Measurement type flat load-cell. A certification will
be included with each sheave assembly.
- Each lower sheave, both open and cased hole, will have a hand
guard attached to prevent foreign objects from entering the sheave.
See part numbers in table below.
The new load-cells P/N 101298147 & 101298433 will have a 30,000
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comply with the safety margin that is imposed on the other rigging
equipment.
- Care must be taken when doing yearly proof test on these load
cells not to exceed the limitations of the load-cell tension element.
Exceeding the tension element rating could render the load-cell
useless. Warn third party vendors if they are performing the
certifications to not exceed the limitations.
The use of Kevlar slings (Steamador for the bottom sheave and Sling
Max for a crown rig-up of top sheave) is acceptable for rig-up
operations.
- Slings shall be padded or protected from sharp edges of their
loads.

SAP PN

Description

Safety
Factor
Ratio

Working
Load

Proof
Load

Open Hole and Cased Hole Shared Equipment


LIGHT WEIGHT ELEVATOR HOOK
ASSEMBLY
101419700

4:1

30

60

4:1

30

60

4:1

30

60

ELEVATOR HOOK ASSEMBLY,


FLAT
100013391

ADAPTER - MALE - ELEVATOR


HOOK TO SHEAVE (new version is
aluminum and 30k)
101211105

100000454

SHACKLE, 18 TON, SKOOKUM NO.


320, WITH BOLT, NUT, AND
COTTER, 1-1/8 DIA.

5:1

36

72

101298147

30k LOADCELL (millivolt)

4:1

30

60

101298433

30k LOADCELL (current loop)

4:1

30

60

232058

HYDRAULIC LINE WIPER/CABLE


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ELEVATOR HOOK LINK, 30,000
RATED CAPACITY (to connect load
cell to light weight elevator hook)

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101350322

TAG LINE ASSY, X 100 FT


NYLON, 3 STND

101657735

WOMBAT Wet Weather Tool


Connector Protector

102103518

REPAIR KIT FOR REPLACING


LANYARD IN SHACKLE
WITHOUT CRIMPING TOOL

102103520

REPAIR KIT FOR REPLACING


LANYARD IN SHACKLE WITH
CRIMPING TOOL

102103525

CRIMPING TOOL ONLY

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SAP PN

Safety
Factor
Ratio

Description

Working
Load

Proof
Load

101205533

SHEAVE, 17 INCH DIA, 7 /32


CABLE ( UNIVERSAL ) CROSBY

4:1

12

24

101205532

SHEAVE, 14 INCH DIA, 7 /32


CABLE ( UNIVERSAL ) CROSBY

4:1

12

24

101205534

CROSBY FLOOR STAND

101779045

HAND GUARD 14 SHEAVE

101629462

HAND GUARD 17 SHEAVE

101614173

WTI 17 PRS 7/32 LINE

4:1

12

24

101614174

WTI 17 PRS 9/32 LINE

4:1

12

24

101614175

WTI 17 PRS 5/16 LINE

4:1

12

24

101629463

FLOORSTAND WTI

101805060

Break over pin 101805060 needs to be


ordered with the hand guard when
ordering for existing McKissick
sheaves. New McKissick sheaves
deliver with the break over pin.

Cased Hole Tie Back Chains

Standard Tie Back Chain

100126349

CHAIN SLING, 7.5 TON, GRADE


10, CERTIFIED, CAM-ALLOY,
1/2IN , 20FT LONG.

4:1

15

30

100135783

CHAIN SLING, 7.5 TON, GRADE


10, CERTIFIED, CAM-ALLOY,
IN, 10FT LONG.

4:1

15

30

100135784

CHAIN SLING, 7.5 TON, GRADE


10, CERTIFIED, CAM-ALLOY,
1/2IN, 5FT LONG.

4:1

15

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Type CO Chain
102103561

CHAIN SLING, 7.5 TON, GRADE


10, CERTIFIED, CAM-ALLOY,
1/2IN, 3 FT, CO-H

4:1

15

30

101917054

CHAIN SLING, 7.5 TON, GRADE


10, CERTIFIED, CAM-ALLOY,
1/2IN, 5FT CO-H

4:1

15

30

102103562

CHAIN SLING, 7.5 TON, GRADE


10, CERTIFIED, CAM-ALLOY,
1/2IN, 10 FT, CO-H

4:1

15

30

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25
Type CO with 5 Master Links
102072046

CHAIN, RUE, 1/2 IN. X 25


FT.,GRADE 10,TYPE CO,5
ML,R.C. 15,000 LBS. CERTIFIED.

4:1

15

30

4:1

12

24

Cased Hole Miscellaneous


101212791

PULL PIN
KLIK PIN (need 2)

101212792

DROP / SUPPORT PIN


100130883

101812099

DNV LIFT BAR FOR CH REEL


DRUM 10K LB

120162900

SAFETY HARNESS

100002137

LANYARD, 6 FOOT

101225658

GOOSENECK CASED HOLE

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SAP PN

Description

Safety
Factor
Ratio

Working
Load

Proof
Load

4:1

30

60

4:1

16

32

Open Hole Sheave Wheels


101902947

Upper 30" Sheave includes Guard


Door

101958104

Lower 30" Sheave includes


Handguard

101215270

FLOOR STAND

101215271

KIT, GUARD DOOR


101543634

101793204

HAND GUARD WTI for 30 Sheave


SNATCH BLOCK, 8 IN,
McKISSICK 419 WITH SHACKLE,
BRONZE BUSHING

101368002

Open Hole Tie Back and Top Sheave Slings


101757095

WEAR PAD, SYNTHETIC ARMOR

Steamador Bottom
Sheave
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7FT. SOG).

101363242

STEAMADOR SLING, 17.65 TON,


3/4IN, 20FT LONG (13FT TPXC +
7FT. SOG).

4:1

35

70

101363243

STEAMADOR SLING, 17.65 TON,


3/4IN, 10FT LONG (5FT TPXC +
5FT. SOG).

4:1

35

70

SlingMax (Equivalent of a Type CO


chain for top sheave rig up with
Master Link on both ends)

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102103565

SLING, SLING , 15 TON, 3 ft WITH


1-1/8 in MASTER LINK EACH
END, AND 18 in ARMORED WEAR
PAD

4:1

30

60

102103566

SLING, SLING , 15 TON, 5 ft WITH


1-1/8 in MASTER LINK EACH
END, AND 18 in ARMORED WEAR
PAD

4:1

30

60

102103568

SLING, SLING , 15 TON, 10 ft


WITH 1-1/8 in MASTER LINK
EACH END, AND 18 in ARMORED
WEAR PAD

4:1

30

60

SlingMax
(with Shackle)
101363238

SLING, SLING SHACKLE AND


MASTER LINK, 20 TON, 10FT.
LONG.

4:1

35

70

101363239

SLING, SLING SHACKLE AND


MASTER LINK, 20 TON, 5 FT.
LONG.

4:1

35

70

101363240

SLING, SLING SHACKLE AND


MASTER LINK, 20 TON, 3FT.
LONG.

4:1

35

70

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100000830

4:1

35

70

100000831

CHAIN, SHEAVE TIEDOWN,


17.65 TON, GRADE 10,
CERTIFIED, 3/4IN, 20 FT LONG.

4:1

35

70

100009309

CHAIN, SHEAVE TIEDOWN,


17.65 TON,GRADE
10,CERTIFIED, 3/4IN, 30 FT
LONG.

4:1

35

70

101297000

CHAIN SLING, 17.65 TON,


GRADE 10, CERTIFIED, CAMALLOY, 3/4IN, 3 FT, CO-H

4:1

35

70

101297014

CHAIN SLING, 17.65 TON,


GRADE 10, CERTIFIED, CAMALLOY, 3/4IN, 5 FT, CO-H.

4:1

35

70

101297015

CHAIN SLING, 17.5 TON, GRADE


10, CERTIFIED CAM-ALLOY,
3/4IN, 10 FT, CO-H.

4:1

35

70

Type CO Chain

25
Type CO with 5 Master Links
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FT.,GRADE 10,TYPE CO,5
ML,R.C. 35,300 LBS. CERTIFIED.

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Standard Tie Back Chain


CHAIN, SHEAVE TIEDOWN,
17.65 TON, GRADE
10,CERTIFIED, 3/4IN, 10 FT
LONG.

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DROP / SUPPORT PIN
101233990

4:1

35

70

101296957

4:1

7.1

14.2

4:1

7.1

14.2

TOOL LIFTING CHAIN

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102158408

101200035
MAKE_UP PLATE

100136562
FLOORSTAND
MAKE-UP PLATE
101447308

DNV LIFT BAR FOR OH REEL


DRUM 30 21K LB

100132018

GOOSENECK OPEN HOLE

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SAP PN

Safety
Factor
Ratio

Working
Load

Proof
Load

4:1

50

100

ASSEMBLY, SHEAVE, 36 INCH


HEAVY DUTY, WIRELINE
TECHNOLOGIES.

4:1

40

80

ASSEMBLY, SHEAVE, 32 INCH


HEAVY DUTY, WIRELINE
TECHNOLOGIES.

4:1

40

80

Description

102069465

ASSEMBLY, SHEAVE, 48 INCH


HEAVY DUTY, WIRELINE
TECHNOLOGIES

102073713

YOKE, RUE 48 IN. SHEAVE,


WIRELINE THEHNOLOGIES

102082804

LINE RETAINER, TOP SHEAVE,


RUE FOR DEEPWATER CABLE.

102096352

102085509

Deep Water / Heavy Pull Tie Back and Top Sheave Slings

25
Type CO with 5 Master Links
102072048

CHAIN, RUE, 1.0 IN. X 25


FT.,GRADE 10,TYPE CO,5 ML,R.C.
47,700 LBS. CERTIFIED.

4:1

47.7

95.4

Type CO Chain
102073649

CHAIN SLING RUE, TOP SHEAVE,


1IN. X 5FT. SINGLE LEG TYPE CO,
R.C. 47,700LBS. CERTIFIED.

4:1

47.7

95.4

102073650

CHAIN SLING RUE, TOP SHEAVE,


1IN. X 10FT. SINGLE LEG TYPE
CO, R.C. 47,700LBS, CERTIFIED.

4:1

47.7

95.4

102071982

SHACKEL, 1-1/2 IN. BOLT TYPE,


ALLOY, 30 TON, CROSBY
GROUP

60

120

Deep Water / Heavy Pull Miscellaneous

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HOOK ELEVATOR, RUE FOR
48IN. SHEAVE, 50KLBS.
ALUMINUM
102082777

4:1

50

100

4:1

50

100

4:1

50

100

4:1

50

75

Assy.Pin, Breakover 50k


102084302

ELEVATOR HOOK LINK, 50,000


LBS. RATED CAPACITY

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102117668

102083220

50K load cell

RUE Color Designations


Color
Working Load
Red
25,000 lbs
Gold
30,000 lbs
Green
50,000 lbs

Table 2

Equipment

Description
MOTION COMPENSATOR KIT
SAFETY SHEAR SUB ASSEMBLY,3.500 IN , C/W SAFETY
ANCHOR SHACKLES
REDRESS KIT, 3.500 INCH SAFETY SHEAR SUB
ASSEMBLY
DERRICK/TOWER BLOCK, MCKISSICK M-491
COMPENSATING SHEAVE

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719612
102109082
102109083
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Figure 8
30 Open Hole Hand Guard

Figure 9
17 Cased-Hole Hand Guard

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Figure 11
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Lower sheave tie down properly secured

Sheave wheel guards and safety equipment in place

Line wiper in place and secured

Drop pins secured

Elevators latched and secured

When applicable, isolate hydraulic elevators.

Pressure control equipment (head catcher, tool trap, wire-line valves,


pump-in subs, etc.) properly configured for services to be performed.

Wire-line free and clear of any obstacles

Intercom deployed

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