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DRILLING OUTLINE PROGRAM

CANAGUAY-01
EXPLORATORY WELL
CANAGUARO CONTRACT

PREPARED BY: W. Blackburn


APPROVED BY: W. Blackburn January, 2009
TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION 4

1. BASIC DATA 5

2. GENERAL 6

3. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION 7

4. PURPOSE OF THE WELL 7

5. GEOLOGICAL PROGNOSIS 7

6. DRILLING PROGRAM 8

6.1. Geological Program 8


6.2. Coring and test 8
6.3. Open hole Logs 8
6.4. Drilling Program 8
6.4.1. 17-1/2 Hole Section 9
6.4.1.1. Bottom Hole Assembly 9
6.4.1.2. Procedure 9
6.4.2. 12-1/4 Hole Section 10
6.4.2.1. Probable Difficulties While Drilling 10
6.4.2.2. Safety Instructions 11
6.4.2.3. Bottom Hole Assembly 12
6.4.2.4. Procedure 12
6.4.3. 8-1/2 Hole Section 14
6.4.3.1. Probable Difficulties While Drilling 14
6.4.3.2. Safety Instructions 14
6.4.3.3. Bottom Hole Assembly 14
6.4.3.1. Procedure 14
6.4.4.4. Completion 15
6.5 TIME DISTRIBUTION 17
6.6 MUD PROGRAM 18

7. APPENDICES 19

7.1. 13-3/8 CASING (CEMENTING DETAILS) 19


7.2. 9-5/8 CASING (CEMENTING DETAILS) 20
7.3. 7 LINER (CEMENTING DETAILS) 22
7.4. WELL SCHEMES 24
7.4.1. BOP POSITION 24
7.4.2. BOP STACK 25
7.5. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN CASE OF ACCIDENT 26
7.6. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN CASE OF FIRE 27
7.7. WELL PROGRESS CURVE AND TARGET DRILLING PLAN 28
7.8. WELL COSTS 29
7.9. BIT PROGRAM OUTLINE 30
7.10. BHA CALCULATIONS - M.A.O (Maximum Allowable Overpull) 30
7.11. GEOLOGICAL CUTTINGS (Sampling and Reporting requirements) 32
7.12. MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF RIG 37
7.13. PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL FOR COMPLETION 38
INTRODUCTION
SAFETY GUIDELINES

IT IS OUR PRIMARY OBJECTIVE FOR THIS PROJECT THAT NO ONE WILL BE


INJURED. CleanEnergy Resources S.A, and Condor Exploration believes that all
injuries can and should be prevented. This applies to all personnel on the drilling
location, not just the company employees.

Thorough out the drilling operations of Can 01 well, the safety performance of all
companies and individuals will be closely monitored. Unsafe practices will not be
tolerated and unsafe behaviours will be corrected or the individuals or company will
be removed from the location.

Any and all injuries that might occur will be promptly reported and thoroughly
investigated. All appropriate actions will be taken to first attend to the injured and
then to address the source of the accident to ensure that re-occurrence is avoided.

Safety meetings will be held on a regular pre-established schedule and also prior to
any non-routine operation. The running of casing is especially dangerous and should
be taken in consideration and attention.

No individual will be allowed to enter the location without proper safety equipment
(no exceptions) and no vehicle will be allowed on the location before being inspected
for safety and environmental concerns.

ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES

IT IS A PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF THIS PROJECT THAT THERE WILL BE NO


DAMAGE TO THE ENVIROMENT AS A RESULT OF OUR OPERATIONS. All
reasonable measures will be taken to avoid any pollution of the surrounding land or
water.

The drilling location will be constructed in such a manner that any minor oil, diesel or
other pollutant discharge can and will be controlled and removed for proper disposal.

Equipment and material will be stored at the drill site to contain any major oil or
diesel discharge. Personnel will be trained in the proper methods for containing such
a discharge.

All garbage and sewage generated during the project will be properly removed and
disposed (as per Colombian environmental law regulations).

The drilling location will be restored to its original condition and state (or as might be
requested by the landowner). The immediate area will be inspected for the removal
of any remaining garbage of other pollutants

1. BASIC DATA

REFERENCE RT
GROUND ELEVATION : 726 ft

RT (to GL) : 758 ft (32 ft RT) (To be confirmed)

WELL PROFILE : Vertical

TOTAL VERTICAL DEPTH : Approx. 16,000 ft

20 To 60
CASING SHOES : 13-3/8 To 2,000
9 5/8 To 14,300
7" Liner To 15,985 (expected TD)

WELL OBJECTIVES : MIRADOR AND LOWER


SANDSTONES

DRILLING HAZARDS:

Cellar cracks around the conductor pipe can occur. It is necessary to drill with
hydraulic controlled and minimum parameters at least the first 100. After that,
increase drilling parameters gradually.
There is not evidence of shallow gas occurrence.
No losses are expected while drilling.
The fault is expected to cut the stratigraphic column at the Carbonera level.
Losses can occur during cement job of 7 liner.
Water kicks in 12 1/4 hole while drilling and cementing the 9 5/8 casing.
Sloughing and swelling shale originate sticking in LEON SHALE and
CARBONERA (C2, C4 and C8) formations.
No abnormal pressures are expected.
Sloughing shale can originate sticking in GACHETA formation.
2. GENERAL.

In Canaguaro Field, is expected a 19 API oil from MIRADOR, is unknown the oil
quality for GACHETA and LOWER SANDSTONE formations.

WELL NAME : Canaguay 01 (CAN 01)


PERMIT : CANAGUARO
CLASSIFICATION : EXPLORATORY
TYPE : VERTICAL
ESTIMATED DURATION : 60 days

Geographical Surface Coordinates:


GAUSS 3 East origin

N : 1.018.400,00
E : 1.151.725,00
GLE : 726 / Sea level
Z table : 758 / Sea level

WELL DATA SUMMARY (REFERENCED TO ROTARY TABLE):

17 1/2" hole section: Drill vertically approximately to 2000 ft. Use fresh water and
extended bentonite mud. 13 3/8" casing to be ran and cemented (phase time: 5.0
days).

12 1/4" hole section: Drill vertically approximately to 14,300 ft. Use extended
bentonite mud (9.1 to 9.4 ppg) to the top of Leon Shale formation and gilsonite
polymer mud to casing point. Run and cement 9 5/8" casing (phase time: 25.0
days).

8 1/2" hole section: Drill vertically to TD (approx. 16,000 ft) using gilsonite -
polymer mud (9.1 to 9.2 ppg). Run open hole logs as per geological
requirements (phase time 10.0 days).

Completion: 7" liner to be run and cemented. Run cased hole logs and single
completion string prepared for ESP system (phase time 15.0 days).
3. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION

Canaguay 01 (CAN 01) well will be drilled at a location in the Municipal of


Monterrey, Department of CASANARE - LLANOS ORIENTALES, 3,231 Mt south
west from Los Teques 01 well.
The exploratory well Canaguay 01 (CAN 01) has as a seismic reference the line
CAN-3070-3D. The well is designed to produce oil from Carbonera, Mirador and
Lower Sandstones formations.

4. PURPOSE OF THE WELL

Canaguay 01 drilling was designed to drain the reserves of Mirador as a primary


objective based on FOR-01, TEQ-01 and secondly the Lower Sandstones reserves.

The main objective of CANAGUAY 01 exploratory well is to produce (starting) 1200


stbopd in ESP from MIRADOR formation, the estimated recovery is 1.2 MMSTB at
the end of 2012. The expected production from CAN-01 involves the increase and
acceleration of the recoverable reserves.

5. GEOLOGICAL PROGNOSIS (ZT = 758).

FORMATION PROGNOSIS

LEON SHALE 9000


CARBONERA 10900
MIRADOR 14300
CRETACEO 15030
GACHETA 15500
LOWER SANDSTONE 15800

TD 16000
6. DRILLING PROGRAM

6.1. GEOLOGICAL PROGRAM (see Appendix 13)

A mud logging team under the supervision of a CleanEnergy Resources geologist


will carry out the formation evaluation recording the following information:

Litho-logical description.
Rate of penetration.
Weight on bit.
Mud pressure (drill pipe and annular). Pump pressure.
Pump speeds and strokes.
Rotary table speed and torque.
Pit levels.
Mud density (in and out of hole).
Mud temperature (in and out of hole).
Detection of fluids or shows.
Gas detection and analysis.
D exponent curve.

The sampling interval will be of 10 ft for washed and dried samples and 30 ft for wet
samples.

6.2. CORING AND TEST

None.

6.3. OPEN HOLE LOGS

17 1/2" Open hole: None


12 1/4" Open hole: None
8 1/2" Open hole:

- PLATFORM EXPRESS (AIT/MSFL/CNL/LSS/LDL/SP/GR/CAL) From 16,000


(TD) to 14,300 ft (9 5/8 casing shoe).
- GR: From TD to surface.
- SHDT/GR: From TD to 9 5/8 casing shoe (optional).
- Check Shot: (optional).

CASED HOLE
- USIT/GR/CCL: From 7 float collar to the top of 7 liner (optional
CBL/VDL/CCL/GR).

6.4. DRILLING PROGRAM

One 20" conductor pipe will be set at +/- 60 ft during the construction of the location.

6.4.1. 17 1/2" Hole Section

NOTE: Based in the area experience, a diverter will not be installed.

6.4.1.1. Bottom Hole Assembly (For guidance only):


QTY DESCRIPTION

1 - 17-1/2 bit
1 - Bit sub + TOTCO seat and valve
1 - 8 Drill Collar
1 - 17 1/2" STB
2 - 8" DC (spiral)
6 - 6-1/4 DC (spiral)
12 - 5 HWDP
5 Drill Pipe

Parameters (for guidance only)

W.O.B. : 3,000 to 30,000 Lbs.


RPM : 100 / 140
FLOW RATE : 500 / 600 GPM

6.4.1.2. Procedure

Cellar cracks around the conductor pipe can occur. Prepare the cellar jet before spud
this phase and drill with hydraulic controlled and minimum parameters at least 100.
After that increase parameters gradually.

1. Drill vertically to 2000 ft approximately (use clear Bentonite water -high viscosity-
with small amounts of caustic soda to keep pH between 8.5 to 9.0)
NOTE: Hydraulic controlled to avoid conductor pipe wash out. Circulate viscous
pills as necessary to clean hole.

2. Take deviation survey.

3. POOH, standing back on derrick 17 1/2" BHA, L/D bit and stab.
NOTE: If necessary perform a short trip and condition the hole, prior running 13-
3/8 casing.

4. RIH 13 3/8" casing, 68 ppf, K-55 buttress casing with stab-in shoe. Install 13 3/8
(buttress) x 4 IF swage nipple and circulate bottoms up. L/D swage nipple.

5. RIH inner 5 DP string with stinger and centralizer. Sting-in into the shoe. Test
stinger seal and circulation.

6. Carry out cement job as per program. (See guidelines in section 7.1). POOH
standing back on derrick drill pipe string, L/D stinger and centralizer.

7. WOC. L/D 13 3/8 landing joint and cut conductor pipe.

8. Install and make-up 13 5/8 casing head. Install 13 5/8 5K locking flange, 13
5/8 5K spacer spool and BOP stack as follows:

Triple rams 13 5/8" 5000


Annular preventer 13 5/8" 5000
Riser and flow line

9. P/U and RIH 13 3/8 cup tester with one joint of 5 drill pipe. Carry out BOP test
as follows:

Test pipe rams, HCR valve, stand pipe manifold, choke manifold, kill line and top
drives valves to 200 and 3000 psi.
Test annular to 200 and 1500 psi.
Test blind rams against casing to 200 and 1000 psi.

10. Retrieve cup tester. Install wear bushing.

6.4.2. 12 1/4" Hole Section

6.4.2.1. Probable difficulties while drilling:

1. Risk of Mud contamination by CO2 intrusion.


CO2 intrusion can produce mud contamination tripping out string. Increase pH
from 10.2 to 10.4 before starting POOH.

2. Risk of formation instability in Leon Shale and CARBONERA formation C2, C6


and C8 units.

Remedial:
Change extended bentonite mud by polymer-gilsonite mud using a
concentration of 4-5 ppb prior entering Leon Shale formation.
Keep mud weight as needed according to the well behavior.
Perform a wiper trip once a day or every 1000 ft (+/- 10 stands). Be sure of
tripping all the well.

3. Risk of differential sticking in the GUAYABO formation and top of CARBONERA


formation C1 and C3 units.

Remedial:
Closely monitor pick-up weight.
If the over pull is over 30.000 pounds do not make connection.
Circulate while reaming and make a short trip as needed.
Decrease mud weight if necessary.
Keep storage of 40 sacks of SFT BLACK MAGIC tens-active product on rig
site.
Pump tens-active pills (+/- 20 pounds) if required.

6.4.2.2. Safety Instructions:

CleanEnergy Resources S.A exploration well safety instructions will be applied at the
beginning of the 12 1/4" hole section.

Keep 1000 sacks of night-fall barite stock at CAN-01 warehouse.


Keep 200 sacks of LCM on site.
Keep free pipe product on site.
Check the presence of 5" Safety valve on the rig floor and its good condition.
Functions test the BOP stack 3 days after the start of this phase.
Fill the well while tripping, checking if the volume correspond to the steel volume
coming out.
Observe the well and circulate periodically after fast penetration rates. Maximum
Recommended ROP = 1.5 to 2 times during drilling breaks.
Check mud weight in and out. If mud weight return exceed suction mud weight
by > 0.17 PPG, reduce penetration rate.
Keep a constant check on total gas in the mud.
At the start of each shift, measure the standpipe pressure at kill rate with each
pump. These measurements are to be entered on both, the IADC drilling report
and the CLEANENERGY RESOURCES S.A COLOMBIA daily report.
At the start of the 12 1/4" phase, carry out a test of the hydraulic output of each
pump.
Carry out Kick drills.

KICK DRILL PROCEDURE WHILE TRIPPING

1) - Land string in slips.


2) - Connect top drive.
3) - Open the automatic HCR valve (the downstream manual valve must
always be open under normal conditions).
4) - Pickup and position the drilling string and close the pipe rams or
annular preventer
5) Progressively close the choke in the choke manifold.
6) - The time required to carry this out and shut-in pressures must be
entered in both IADC and the CLEANENERGY RESOURCES S.A
COLOMBIA daily reports

IN CASE OF KICK WHILE DRILLING

1) - Position the drilling string.


2) - Stop pumps.
3) - Close pipe rams or annular BOP. Monitor shut-in pressures.
4) - Call company man and tool pusher.

6.4.2.3. Bottom Hole Assembly (For guidance only):

QTY DESCRIPTION

1 12-1/4 PDC bit


1 Bit sub (valve + TOTCO seat)
1 8" Short drill collar
1 8" Drill collar (spiral)
1 12 3/8" STB
1 8" Drill collar (spiral)
1 12-3/8 STB
4 8" Drill collar (spiral)
1 8 Hydraulic Jar
1 8" Drill collar (spiral)
1 XO
2 6 Drill Collars
12 5 HWDP
5 DP

Parameters (for guidance only)

W.O.B. : 25 K# (weight below jar) maximum


RPM : 80 / 130 (according to the geological characteristics)
FLOW RATE : 600 / 800 GPM

6.4.2.4. Procedure:

12 Phase will be drilled vertically to approximately 14,300 ft using 9.4 ppg


gilsonite-polymer mud from LEON SHALE formation top (see section 6.5).

1. Drill out cement and 13 3/8 casing shoe.

2. Drill 10 ft below the 13 3/8" casing shoe. Circulate mud until homogeneous.

3. Pull out bit to the 13 3/8 casing shoe and carry out a pressure integrity test to an
equivalent mud weight of 14.0 ppg.

4. Continue drilling to 14,300 ft. Take deviation survey every 20 singles or on


change of bit / BHA. Perform a short trip once per day or every 1000 ft (+/- 10
stands).

5. At casing point, circulate to condition mud. Perform a wiper trip above LEON
SHALE formation top and condition the hole.

6. Take deviation survey. POOH 12 string, L/D 12 1/4" BHA. Retrieve WEAR
BUSHING.

7. RIH 9 5/8" casing, 47 ppf/53 ppf, P110, buttress casing. Use inflatable packer for
circulation.

8. L/D packer. Rig up pumping unit and cement lines. Install cementing head.
Circulate at least one complete casing volume. Test cement lines to 3000 psi.

9. Carry out cement job, cement slurry will be designed to provide a hydraulic seal
to prevent water/gas influx, and to isolate Carbonera 7, which also has a
potential water influx, and the aquifer sands of Carbonera 1. Bump plug and
perform a pressure test to the casing to 2000 psi.

10. Bleed off pressure and check the correct functioning of the float equipment. If the
valves leak, pressure up again and hold up 2000 psi while WOC. Close the
valves on the cementing head. If valves hold pressure ok, check back flow.

11. WOC (as per cement design). Meanwhile unbolt BOP stack.

12. Lift and hang BOP stack. Set 9 5/8" casing on slips with 20 30 K# of tension.

13. Cut casing and readjust length. Install 13 5/8 5K double packoff flange, 13 5/8
5K x 11 5K tubing spool. Install 11 5K x 13 5/8 5K spacer spool. Install
BOP stack.

14. Test BX160 ring gaskets to 2500 psi.

15. P/U and RIH 9 5/8 cup tester with one joint of 5 drill pipe.

16. Carry out BOP test:

Test pipe rams, HCR valve, stand pipe manifold, choke manifold, kill line, top
drives valves to 3000 psi.
Test annular BOP to 1500 psi.
Test blind rams against 9 5/8 casing to 1000 psi.

17. Install WEAR BUSHING.

6.4.3. 8 1/2" Hole Section:

To be drilled with 9.2 ppg polymer-gilsonite mud, vertically to TD (16,000 ft


approximately).
6.4.3.1. Probable difficulties while drilling

Risk of mechanical sticking in the shale of GACHETA formation. It is necessary to


closely monitor caving sizes.

6.4.3.2. Safety Instructions

See section 6.4.2.2.

6.4.3.3. Bottom Hole Assembly (For guidance only):

QTY DESCRIPTION
1 8-1/2 bit
1 Bit sub (valve + TOTCO seat)
1 6-1/4" Short drill collar
1 6-1/4" Drill collar (spiral)
1 8-7/16" STB
1 6-1/4" DC (spiral)
1 8-7/16" STB
4 6-1/4" DC (spiral)
1 XO
10 5 HWDP
1 6 Hydraulic Jar
8 5 HWDP
5 DP

Parameters to drill cement and float equipment (for guidance only)

W.O.B. : 5 to 10 K#
RPM : 60 / 90
FLOW RATE : 300 to 400 GPM

Drilling Parameters (for guidance only)

W.O.B. 8 to 20 K#
RPM 50 / 120 (according to geological characteristics)
FLOW RATE 390 to 420 GPM

6.4.3.4. Procedure

This phase will be drilled vertically to 16,000 ft approximately (TD) using polymer
mud (see 6.5.).

1. RIH with PDC bit and drill out shoe track. Condition mud.

2. Drill to TD (16,000 approximately). Take deviation survey each 500 after starting
phase or when changing bit / BHA. Perform control trips. Be sure of tripping all
the hole.

3. Circulate bottoms up and observe well. If caving are observed coming out after
full circulation, increase mud weight.

4. Short trip to 9-5/8 casing shoe. Take deviation survey. POOH, L/D 8 bit and
stabs.

5. Run open hole logs (see Appendix - 5).

6.4.4. Completion

1. RIH bit and condition hole prior running 7 liner. POOH laying down 5 HWDP, 6
1/2" DC and 8-7/16" STB. Retrieve WEAR BUSHING.

2. RIH and set 7" Liner.

3. Rig up pumping unit and cement lines. Circulate at least 1.5 casing volumes. Test
cement lines to 4000 psi. Cement 7 liner as per program (see 7.3). Perform
displacement with mud.

4. Bump plug and pressure test casing to 2500 psi. Release setting tool and start
POOH. Check pressure balance. Continue POOH, L/D setting tool.

5. WOC. Meanwhile P/U and RIH with 8 tricone bit and 9 5/8 scraper to
12,000.

6. Continue RIH with 8-1/2 bit and 9 5/8 scraper and clean out top of liner. POOH,
L/D 8 bit and scraper.

7. P/U 6 tricone bit and 3 drill pipe. RIH with tapered string and clean out to the
landing collar. POOH standing back on derrick.

8. Rig up Service Company e-line unit with pressure equipment and BOP for 1500
psi. Run cased hole logs USIT /CBL/CCL/GR/VDL from TD to 7 liner top.

9. Install annular top packer if necessary after cement bonding analysis from USIT /
CBL.

10. RIH with 6 bit and 7 scraper into 7 liner to Landing Collar. Displace mud by
filtered formation water. Pump 40 bbl of fresh water ahead.

11. Close pipe rams and pressure test top of liner and casing to 2000 psi.

12. POOH, L/D 6 bit, scraper and tapered string.

13. R/U e-line unit. Perforate production intervals as per Geociences


recommendation.

14. RIH completion string as per design.


6.5 TIME DISTRIBUTION

Operation description Time Time Cum


hrs days days
1. MOVING 288,0 12,00
2. 17 1/2" PHASE
Drill 17 1/2" hole to 2000 ft @ 75 fph 25,0 1,04 1,04
Circ well. Short trip. POOH L/D BHA 10,0 0,42 1,46
RIH 13 3/8" CSG. RIH Stinger and Cement operation 17,0 0,71 2,17
PHASE TIME 52,0 2,17
3. 12 1/4" PHASE
Install 13 5/8" CSG Head Housing 9,0 0,38 2,54
Install 13 5/8" - 5000 psi BOP stack 8,0 0,33 2,88
Test BOP stack 4,0 0,17 3,04
M/U & RIH 12 1/4"BHA. Drill out cement and shoe. Drill 10 ft formation. PIT. 10,0 0,42 3,46
Drill 12 1/4" from 2000 ft to 12900 ft (ROP +/- 33 fph) 380,0 15,83 19,29
Condition hole. Wiper trip. POOH. L/D BHA 24,0 1,00 20,29
RIH 9 5/8" Csg and cement job 30,0 1,25 21,54
PHASE TIME 465,0 19,38
4. 8 1/2" PHASE
WOC. Rise BOP. Inst. 9 5/8" hanger. Cut and Bevel 9 5/8" CGS. Set BOP. 18,0 0,75 22,29
Test BOP stack. 3,0 0,13 22,42
P/U & RIH 8 1/2" Bit & BHA. Drill out float equip. Drill 10 ft formt. PIT. 14,0 0,58 23,00
Drill 8 1/2" hole from 12900 ft to 14100 ft (ROP +/-18.0 fph) 80,0 3,33 26,33
Condition hole. Short Trip. POOH. L/D BHA 18,0 0,75 27,08
Open Hole Logs 12,0 0,50 27,58
PHASE TIME 145,0 6,04
5. RIH 7" LINER
Trip conditioning well for 7" Liner. 24,0 1,00 28,58
RIH 7" Liner and cement operation. 24,0 1,00 29,58
W.O.C. POOH 5" D.P. L/D BHA. LIFT BOPS. Install dual pack off. 10,5 0,44 30,02
W.OC. P/U 8 1/2" Bit. Tag Cement. Clean out to Top of 7" Liner. 27,0 1,13 31,15
PHASE TIME 85,5 3,56
6. COMPLETION
POOH L/D 5" D:P. Excess, RIH with 6" Bit and 3 1/2" DP to landing collar 22,0 0,92 32,06
POOH 6" Bit and Tapered string. 8,0 0,33 32,40
RIH Cased Hole Logs 8,0 0,33 32,73
RIH W/tapered string and 6" Bit to Landing Collar 11,0 0,46 33,19
Displace Mud with filtered water 3,0 0,13 33,31
POOH, L/D dp, 6" Bit and Scraper 14,0 0,58 33,90
Perforate production intervals as per Engineering program 11,0 0,46 34,35
RIH ESP completion as per program 80,0 3,33 37,69
0,0 0,00 37,69
PHASE TIME 157,0 6,54
TOTAL DAYS TO COMPLETE JOB 37,69
6.6. MUD PROGRAM

Hole Section Type of Mud Maximum MARSH Plastic Yield API PH


Density Viscosity Viscosity Point Filtrate

17-1/2 Bentonite with 9.1 80 - 100 20 - 25 17 - No 8.5


20 control
Upper Guayabo Caustic sode To
9.1

12-1/4 Bentonite with 9.1 50 15 -19 17 - No 10.2


20 control
Upper and Caustic sode To
Lower to
Guayabo Top of Leon 10.4
Leon Shale Gilsonite 9.5 45 - 50 17 - 19 20 4.0 45 10.2
polymer
Carbonera C1- to CP 500
C8 Base
Before
Leon

8-1/2 Gilsonite 9.3-9.4 45 - 50 17 - 19 18 - 4.0 - 4.5 9.0


22
polymer mud
C8 Base to
Lower
Sandstone

REMARKS:

1-The products to be used are not toxic.


2-Follow mud company instructions on how to handle these products.
3-The polymers to be used will be anionic-cellulose.

7. APPENDICES

7.1 13 3/8" CASING CEMENT GUIDELINES.

SHOE DEPTH : 1995 ft

CASING TYPE : 13-3/8 - 68 ppf - K55 BTC / ID = 12.415


Drift = 12.259

Collapse 1950 Psi


Burst 3450 Psi

Tension : 1069 Klb.

Internal Volume : 0.1497 BPF

Annular Volume 17-1/2 x 13-3/8 : 0.1237 BPF

DRILL PIPE : 5 G105 - 19.5 ppf / ID = 3.486 Internal Volume = (0.01180


BPF)

CSG STRING : -Stab in shoe


-Casing joints to surface
-Casing head 13 3/8" 5000 BTC x 13 5/8" 5000

OTHER DETAILS: -1 flexible cent. 10 ft from shoe.


-1 rigid cent. 13 3/8" x 20" on last joint (if losses are observed
during drilling.)
-The box threads of the shoe and first joint will be sealed with
Bakerlock.
-Other threads lubricated with API casing grease.

METHOD : Stinger

: To be checked with cementing company


SLURRY DESIGN LEAD TAIL
Interval (ft) 1800 surface 2000 - 1800
Open hole surplus 100 % 10 %
Density 13.6 ppg 15.8 ppg
Type of cement Class G Class G
Cuft/Sks (94lbs) 1.706 1.164
Gal/Sks(94 lbs) 8.962 4.967
Additives :
CaCl2 (calcium chloride)(% height of cmt)
Wyoming prehidratyed Bentonite 1.5 % bwoc
Biocide 0.1 gpt 0.1 gpt
Defoamer 0.012 gal/sks 0.012 gal/sks

Preparation Direct Direct


Pumpability time 2 h 30 approximately 2 h 30 approx.
Volume of slurry As per program As per program
Pore pressure 0.42 psi/ft 0.40 psi/ft
Temperature F (surf.=86 F ) (Gradient 109
= 1.16 F/100ft )
Displaced with fresh water or mud

REMARKS:

In the event of non-return to the surface, carry out a top-job after 3 hours of
waiting and/or the observation of a significant gelling effect of the sample taken
during operation.
If losses occur during the cement job, the total of LEAD slurry to be pumped will
be 1,5 times the hole volume plus an excess of 100%.

7.2. 9 5/8" CASING CEMENT GUIDELINES.

SHOE DEPTH: 14,300 ft

CASING TYPE: 9-5/8 47 / 53.5 lb/ft P110 - BTC I.D. = 8.681/ 8.755 Drift =
8.525 / 8.5 Special Drift.

Collapse 47 lb/ft / 53.5 lb/ft 5310 psi - 7930 psi


Burst 47 lb/ft / 53.5 lb/ft 9440 psi - 10900 psi
Tension 47 lb/ft / 53.5 lb/ft 1 213 000 Lbs - 1 422 000 Lbs
Internal Volume 0.0732/0.0708 BPF
External Volume 0.0903 BPF
Annular Volume 12-1/4 x 9-5/8 0.0555 BPF
Annular Volume 13-3/8 68 # x 9-5/8 0.0597 BPF

CASING STRING -Float shoe


-2 joints 53.5# P110
-Float collar
+/-279 joints (8500 ft) 53.5# P110 (Check Out if R-2 or 3)
+/-190 joints (5800 ft) 47 # P110
1 joint 53.5# P110

OTHER DETAILS: -1 Bow Spring Type Centralizer 10 ft above the shoe.


-1 Bow Spring Type Centralizer in the middle of Joint #2.
-1 Bow Spring Type Centralizer every other 2 joints for the first
2000 ft.
-Bow Spring Type Centralizers can be attached in the overlap
in the last joints to facilitate the installing of the BOP.

-The box threads of the shoe, No. 1 and 2 and joint and
collar will be Bakerlocked.

-Other threads lubricated with API casing grease.

PRESSURE TEST: 3500 psi.

METHOD: Use top and bottom plugs.

SLURRY DESIGN: To be checked with cementing company.

LEAD TAIL
Interval (ft) 12300 - 7830 14300 - 12300
Open hole surplus 50 % 50 %
Density 13.6 ppg 15.8 ppg
Type of cement Class G Class G
Cuft/Sks (94lbs) 1.65 1.15
Gal/Sks (94lbs) 8.66 4.97
Additives (% eight cement)
Biocide 0.1 gpt 0.1 gpt
Defoamer 0.012 gal/Sx 0.012 gal/Sx
Prehydrated bentonite 1% BWOC
Retarder 0.2% BWOC
Fluid loss 0.6% BWOC 0.6% + 0.2% + 0.4%
Preparation Direct
Pumpability time 0.50 min 0.34 min
Volume of slurry 300 195
Pore Pressure 0.42 psi/ft
Expected bottom hole 252
temperature at 14300 (F)
Spacer 40 bbls
Displaced with mud

REMARKS:

At the end of displacement, if after calculated number of strokes the plug has not
bumped, continue the displacement up to a maximum equal to half the volume of the
shoe track.

7.3. 7" LINER AND CEMENTING DETAILS.


SHOE DEPTH: 15985 ft
LINER HANGER: 14120 ft
CASING TYPE: 7 29 ppf / P110 / BTC, R-3 - ID = 6.184 Drift = 6.059

Collapse : 7020 psi


Burst : 8165 psi
Tension : 660 000 Lb.
Internal Volume of 7 csg : 0,0372 BPF
External Volume : 0.0477 BPF
Internal Volume of 19.5 PPF G-105 : 0,01180 BPF
Annular Volume 8-1/2 x 7 : 0,0258 BPF
Annular Volume 9-5/8 47 # x 7 : 0,0256 BPF

DRILL PIPE : 5 G-105 19.5 ppf / ID = 3.486


Internal Volume = 0.01180 BPF

CASING STRING -Float shoe

-2 joint 7 csg P-110 29 ppf BTC

-Landing collar

-44 joints 7 csg P-110 29 ppf BTC

-TIW liner hanger (Estimated at 14120 ft)

-5 DP to surface

OTHER DETAILS: -Centralization as per design with contractor company.


-The box threads of the shoe, joint No. 1 and 2 and collar will
be sealed with Baker lock. Other threads lubricated with API
casing grease.

PRESSURE TEST : 4000 psi.

METHOD : Bottom and wiper plugs.


SLURRY DESIGN : To be checked with cementing company.

SLURRY

Interval (ft) 16000 14120


Open hole surplus Caliper + 30 % ; otherwise 50 %
Density 16.0 ppg
Type of cement Class G Blended
Cuft/Sks (94lbs) 1.55
Gal/Sks (94lbs) 6.549
Additives (% eight cement)
Biocide: 0.1 gpt
Retarder: 0.25% BWOC
Defoamer: 0.012 gal/Sx
Strength stabilizing agent: 35% BWOC
Fluid loss control: 1.2% BWOC
Gas Stop: 0.6% BWOC gal/sks
Anti settling
Preparation Premixed
Pumpability time 3h30
Volume of slurry To be calculated
Pore Pressure 0.42 psi/ft
Expected bottom hole temperature 272
(F)
CHEMICAL WASH CW100

Displaced with mud

REMARKS:

The liquids other than the cement slurries will have corrosion inhibitor added.
The cementing unit will be used to displace the slurries.
At the end of displacement, if after calculated number of strokes the plug has not
bumped, continue the displacement up to a maximum equal to half the volume of
the shoe track.
7. WELL SCHEMES.

PERENCO LA GLORIA - 15
2000 HP RIG
COLOMBIA

ROTARY TABLE

ANNULAR

13 5/8 x 5000

PIPE RAM

BLINDRAM

PIPE RAM

G.L.
13 5/8 5000
13 5/8 5000

13 5/8 5000

CSG HEAD
CIW

13-3/8
CSG
7.4.2. BOP STACK.

PERENCO LA GLORIA-15
2000 HP RIG
VALVES POSITION
COLOMBIA
DURING DRILLING

HYDRIL

13 5/8 5000

CHECK
HCR 1 PIPE RAPM VALVE

CHOKE LINE BLIND RAM

KILL LINE
PIPE RAM
13 5/8 5000
DOUBLE STUDDED
M1 FLANGE
11- 5000 11- 5000 x 13 5/8 5000
spool
csg
13-5/8 5000

MANUAL CSG
AUTOMATIC CHOKE HEAD
CHOKE CIW

J L C D 13-5/8
CSG

E
I
B

A
REFERENCES
H
CLOSED VALVE

OPEN VALVE
G
TO POOR BOY
TO FLARE
7.5. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN CASE OF ACCIDENT

Every accident, even minor, must be reported immediately to the site office. A site
first aider gives first aid.

In the event of a serious accident:


Call: doctors and ambulances.
Advise: The competent services of the Operator
The Drilling Department.
The Police and Mines Department (fatal accident).

In the event of an electrical accident:


After cutting off the current, immediately give artificial respiration if the injured
person is unconscious.
Call the fire brigade, specifying electrical accident.

In the event of asphyxia:


Wear a respirator and remove the victim from exposure to the toxic gas.
Give artificial respiration.
Call the fire brigade.

In the event of serious burns caused by fire:


Do not undress; protect the victim with a sterile cloth and cover.
Have the injured person taken to a Burns Unit, by the Fire Brigade.
Advise the Unit in advance of the arrival of the injured person.

USEFUL ADDRESSES

DOCTORS Martha Rincon Cra 20 # 8-86 P-3.


Tel 6356073 Yopal

OPHTAMOLOGUES Hospital Cra 25 # 9-01


Tel 6358020-6358021 Yopal

PHARMACIES Cra 20 # 8-96 Tel 6358030 Yopal

CLINICS Cra 19 # 6-29 Tel 6358217-6358086 Yopal

HOSPITAL Cra 25 # 9-01 Yopal Tel 6358020 - 21 Yopal

AMBULANCES Hospital Cra 25 # 9-01 Yopal Tel 6358020 - 21

FIRE FIGHTER Cra 20 # 6-105 Tel 6358028 Yopal

POLICE Avenida De La Cultura # 16-50


Tel 6357944 - 6357945 Yopal

MINING DEPARTMENT YOPAL CASANARE

7.6. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN CASE OF FIRE


ANY PERSON WHO DISCOVERS FIRE:
Immediately sound the alarm.
Attack the fire with the nearest suitable extinguisher.

THE SITE MANAGER OR IS REPRESENTATIVE MUST WARN THE


FOLLOWING:
- The Fire Brigade. : Tel. XXXXXXXXX
- The Police. : Tel. 6357944 - 6357945 Yopal
- Emergency Medical : Tel. 6358020 - 6358021 Yopal Hospital
- Direct operations with the available personnel

THE FIRE IS TACKLED BY MEANS OF:

- Portable extinguishers.
- Mobile extinguishers.
- Water or foam hoses, depending on the nature of the fire.

ADVICE ON THE USE OF EXTINGUISHERS AND HOSES:

- Liquid hydrocarbon fires and gas fires should be tackled with foam or halogens
- Fires in mud tanks should be tackled with powder or halogens, if this fails, with
foam hoses.
- Fires involving electrical equipment or motors should be tackled with carbon
dioxide or halogens.
- Other fires (huts, offices, cloakrooms, etc.) should be tackled with water.
- It is advisable to tackle a hydrocarbon or mud tank fire with two extinguishers
simultaneously.

THE SITE MANAGER MUST ALSO ARRANGE FOR THE FOLLOWING TO BE


ADVISED BY TELEPHONE, IF THEY ARE NOT ON SITE:

- The engineer or agent of the main contractor supervising the works.


- The Mayor of the Commune concerned.
7.7. WELL PROGRESS CURVE AND TARGET DRILLING PLAN

17 Phase

13 3/8 csg @ 1995 ft

12 Phase

8 1/2 Phase

E-Logs 7 Liner@ 14095 ft +


Completion
9 5/8 csg @ 12,895 ft

7.8 WELL COST ESTIMATED

Information not available


7.9. BIT PROGRAM OUTLINE.

IADC
DIAM From To WOB GP SPP
Footage TFA RPM HSI FORMATION
(in) (Ft) (ft) (K#) M (psi)

1 17 115 0 2000 2000 0.589 10-20 120 600 1600 Guayabo

2 12 M323 2000 11000 9000 0.650 10-30 130-125 600 3-5 2200 Guayabo / Leon
- 3300 Shale
800 Carbonera
C1-C3
3 12 M323 11000 12900 1900 0.650 10-30 130-125 620 3-5 2200 Carbonera
- 3300 C3-C8
750
4 8 M323 12550 13700 800 0.373 15-25 50-110 420 3-5 2900 / Guadalupe /
3200 GACHETA
5 8 M323 13700 14100 400 0.373 15-25 50-100 420 3-5 3200 Gacheta /
Areniscas
Inferiores

7.10. BHA CALCULATIONS - M.A.O (MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE OVERPULL

17"1/2 PHASE BHA CALCULATION


Section Length Weight Bouyed on Total weight Tensile Yield M.A.O. M.A.O.
mud
B.F. = 0.862 no SF SF 1.2
(ft) (lb/ft) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs)
5" G-105 1485 19.50 24980 60802 553800 492998 394399
5" HW 335 49.00 14160 35822
6"1/4 DC 30 87.00 2252 21661
8" DC 150 150.00 19410 19410
T.D. 2000
Weight below the jar (Lbs)
A.W.O.B. (Lbs) 21661
M.A.O w/ 1.2 S.F. (Lbs) 394399
MW (PPG) 9
12"1/4 PHASE BHA CALCULATION

Section Lenght Weight Bouyed on Total weight Tensile yield M.A.O. M.A.O.
mud
B.F. = 0.8549 no SF SF 1.2
(ft) (lb/ft) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs)
5 S-135 2225 19.50 37097 253203 712100 458897 367117
5" G-105 10000 19.50 166729 216106 553800
5 HWDP 360 49.00 15083 49377
6 DC 60 84.00 4309 34295
8 DC 30 150.00 3848 29986
8 JAR 30 44.00 1129 26138
8 DC 180 150.00 23086 25009
8" SDC 15 150.00 1924 1924
T.D. 12900
Weight below the jar (Lbs) 25009
A.W.O.B. (Lbs) 25009
M.A.O w/ 1.2 S.F. (Lbs) 367117
MW (PPG) 9.5

8"1/2 PHASE BHA CALCULATION

Section Length Weight Buoyed on Total weight Tensile yield M.A.O. M.A.O.
mud
B.F. = 0.862 no SF SF 1.2
(ft) (lb/ft) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs) (Lbs)
5 S-135 3430 19.50 57698 260335 712100 451765 361412
5 G-105 10000 19.50 168217 202636
5 HW 150 49.00 6340 34420
8 JAR 30 44.00 1139 28079
5" HW 300 49.00 12681 26941
6 DC 180 87.00 13509 14260
6 SDC 10 87.00 751 751
T.D. 14100
Weight below the jar (Lbs) 26941
A.W.O.B. (Lbs) 25000
M.A.O w/ 1.2 S.F. (Lbs) 361412
MW (PPG) 9

SURFACE EQUIPMENT 3
TYPE :

STAND PIPE HOSE SWIVEL TOP DRIVE


45' x 4" 55' x 3" 5' x 2.25"

CONTINENTAL LINER : 5-1/2"


MUD EMSCO F-1000:
PUMPS:
Max. Stand Pipe Pressure 5000 PSI
Maximum gps 3.28 GPS

MUD PROPERTIES : 17-1/2" 12-1/4" 8-1/2"


Mud Weight : 9 9.5 9
Plastic Viscosity : 12 - 14 14 - 18 16 - 20
Yield Point : 20 - 30 16 - 22 18 - 24
Maximum gallons per 790 680 430
minute
Desired H.S.I. 4-5 4.5 - 6

7.11. GEOLOGICAL CUTTINGS SAMPLING AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

7.11.1 SAMPLING PROGRAM

Drilling Cuttings

Samples of drill cuttings, both wet every 30 ft and washed and dried should be
caught at 10 ft intervals from Leon Shale at approximately at 8908 ft until to TD at
14100 ft.

The sample interval may be reduced in any part of the section, at the discretion of
the wellsite geologist.

Bulk unwashed sets


Two set to be collected at 30 ft intervals given above.
Washed and dried sets
Six sets will be collected. Four in the standard dried sample envelopes, at the
above sampling intervals. One in simplex trays - the rig set - also at the above
sampling intervals. The sixth set is for the DHYCA and will be placed into the
special plastic tubes they provide at 9 m intervals.

Hot Shot Samples

If required due to the anticipated presence of unconformities within the section hot
shot palaeo-samples will be required at various intervals from 8900 ft onwards
throughout the well.

These will be transported, probably on a daily basis to a LABO for biostratigaphic


analysis.

Approximately 1/2 Kg of wet cuttings should be collected per sample. Each sample is
to be left completely unwashed, placed into a polyethilene bag, inside a polyester
bag, marked with depth in indelible ink and packed in sequence in plastic boxes for
dispatch.

Geochemical Samples

One completely unwashed set of wet cuttings with an added bactericide will be
collected every 98 ft from Leon Shale (8908) to TD for geochemical analysis. This
sampling interval will be reduced in argillaceous horizons to 10 ft at the discretion of
the wellsite geologist. These samples will be placed in 1liter cans, treated and
distributed according to instructions in SAMPLE TREATMENT, LABELLING AND
DISTRIBUTION.

7.11.2. CORING PROGRAM

None

7.11.3. LOGGING PROGRAM

No logs will be run in 12-1/4 hole

8 Hole:
- PLATFORM EXPRESS (AIT/MSFL/CNL/LSS/LDL/SP/GR/CAL) From 14,100
(TD) to 12,900 ft (9 5/8 casing shoe).
- GR: From TD to surface.
- SHDT/GR: From TD to 9 5/8 casing shoe (optional).
- Check Shot: Optional.

7.11.4. DRILL STEM TESTING

None

FLUID SAMPLES

The following points should be noted:


If liquids are produced a sample must be taken from the top, middle and base of the
drill stem test string.

If the liquids in the test string are reverse circulated out the volume of mud required
to displace samples from the top, middle and base of the string to the surface should
be calculated and circulated.

7.11.5. GEOLOGICAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

The following guidelines are for the use of the wellsite geologist and mud logging
crew.

Daily Reporting

All lithological data will be entered into the daily report before 8:00 AM each morning.
The report will cover the period 00:00 - 24:00 HRS with 06:00 HR situation.
The report will be addressed as follows:

To : CleanEnergy Resources S.A


Attn : William Blackburn M.
Bogota

Reports will be in English.

Weekly Reporting

Each Monday the updated sheets of the mudlog and litholog should be faxed to the
CleanEnergy Resources S.A Colombia office, to the attention of William Blackburn.
One copy should also be sent to Luis Jaime Romero in Bogota office

7.11.6. SAMPLING TREATMENT, LABELLING AND DISTRIBUTION

Unwashed cuttings
To be collected in cloth bags with plastic inserts. The bags should be clearly marked
with CLEANENERGY RESOURCES S.A, well name and depth.
These will be stored in plastic boxes and labeled as follows :
Outside of box

CleanEnergy Resources S.A.


Well name : Canaguay 1
Wet samples
Box n :
Set :
Inside of box
Label in plastic envelope detailing the box n and sample interval in that box.

Washed and dried cuttings :

These should be collected, air dried (at temps not more than 40 deg C) placed in
paper envelopes and labeled as shown. These should be packed in sequence in
cardboard boxes and labeled as directed below for dispatch.

Envelope Cardboard box


Well name: Can-1 Well name: Can-1
CEREX CEREX
Depth: Box n:
Set:
Depth interval:

Four sets are to be collected.

Set A: Rig set - to be stored in simplex trays at the wellsite.


Set C: Partners if requested
Set D: Official department
Set B: CleanEnergy Resources S.A Colombia

Hot Shot samples


The outside of the cloth bag should be clearly marked with CleanEnergy Resources
S.A., well name and depth. They should be placed into plastic boxes and labeled as
follows:
- CleanEnergy Resources S.A.
- Well name: Can-1
- Hot Shot Paleo-samples
- The samples will sent directly to the LABO at the above address.

Geochemical Samples

Geochemical samples (500 grams) will be placed in 1 litter cans and treated
according to the following procedures:

a) Fill the 1 liter can half full with unwashed wet sample.
b) Add two drops of inorganic bactericide (Zephiran chloride or any other quaternary
ammonia-based bactericide).
c) Fill the can with clean, fresh water to 2.54 cm (one inch) from the top. A water
sample should accompany the cuttings samples.
d) Inscribe the sample depth on a small piece of aluminum foil and place in with the
sample. Seal the can.
e) With a waterproof pen, label the side and top of the can with the well name,
sample depth interval, and the collection date.
Turn the can upside down for storage.
f) Samples of drilling mud should also be canned and labelled when the first and last
cuttings samples are collected and whenever a significant change in drilling additives
occurs.

These cans should be stored inverted in wooden boxes, labelled as below and sent
directly to the LABO at the address given on the previous page.

Box labelled
Well name : Can-1
CleanEnergy Resources S.A.
GEOCHEM SAMPLES
Box N :

NOTE: a) Except for cores and hot shots all samples should be collected, boxed,
labelled and stored at the well site for dispatch at the end of the well.
b) A full record of the samples caught and the intervals should be kept by the mud
logging crew and the well site geologist.
c) Every sample dispatch should be accompanied by a fax to CLEANENERGY
RESOURCES S.A.

7.11.7. CORE TREATMENT

None

7.11.8. MUDLOGGING.

Samples should be accurately described and all the relevant information should be
recorded on the mud log. At least 3 copies of the final report plus a film copy of
spliced mud log will be required.
In the report the geological summary should include lithological description,
presence or absence of oil shows and the total/chromatography gas range for each
formation. Provisional formation tops will be available from the well site geologist.
The Mud Log - 1/500 scale, data on this log should include all the standard
information i.e.

1. ROP, footage depth scale with depths measured below rotary table, feet/hour,
averaged over 2 ft intervals, increasing ROP to the left, 'blocky' histogram type
plot on a linear scale. Suitable scales should be used subtle changes n ROP.
2. WOB, RPM, SPM etc.
3. Bit type, size, nozzles,/jets etc., footage, wear.
4. % lithology
5. Interpreted lithology
6. Casing shoes, LOT, surveys etc.
7. Total gas, chromatography gas, trip gas, connection gas.
8. Mud data
9. Lithological description must include any show descriptions.
Core depth etc. - including core lithology
10. Midnight depths
12. Additional information, e.g. flow checks, excessive torque etc.
13. Ensure the true final location of the well is used.
7.12. MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RIG

UNIT SPECIFICATIONS. Swivel.


Unit name : Capacity : 650 tons.
Type : 1500 Working pressure : 5,000 psi.
Fuel oil average consumption: 1000 US GPD
Number of joints per trip stand: 3 Drawworks.
STORAGE FACILITIES (Bbls). Number of motors : 4
Fuel : 435 bbls Type of motors : CUMMIS KTA-1150
Water : 500 bbls Continuous rating of each motor: 495 HP,
1800 RPM
Active liquid mud : 840 bbls Mud Circulation System.
DRILLING RIG ESPECIFICATION. Mud pumps: EMSCO F-1000
Rig Nominal Capacity. Liner availability: 5 and 6
Number of motors: 3
With 5 drill pipe : 16,000 ft Type of motors: CAT D398
With 3 drill pipe : _______ Continuous rating of each motor: 800 HP
Derrick and Accessories. Total volume available (mud): 840 bbls
Derrick Mast. Drilling Equipment.
Type : XXXXXXX Kelly.
Height : 136 ft Type: Hexagonal
Width of base : 21 ft x 21 ft Total length : 40 ft
Width of top : 16.25 ft x 11.30 ft Working length: 37 ft
Static hook load : 800,000 pounds Working pressure: 5,000 psi
Capacity of 5 drill pipe : 16,000 ft
Plus 6 1/2 OD drill collar : 620 ft 5 Drill Pipe.
Derrick Substructures. Total length : 15,000 ft
Width : 26.34 ft Range : 2
Height (clear) for BOP stack: 22 ft Weight : 19.5 ppf
Simultaneous Capacity: HW Drill Pipe.
Set back : 550,000 pounds

Rotary : 800,000 pounds


Crown Block. 5
Capacity : 800,000 pounds Total joints : 12
Length of each joint : 31.5 ft
Weight : 49.3 ppf
Number of sheaves : 6 Drill Collars.
Diameter of sheaves : 48 in OD : 8 and 6 1/4
Sheaves grooved for line size : 1 in Quantity : 12 / 20
ID : 2 15/16
Traveling Block-Hook Combination. Length of each joint : 30 ft
Capacity : 350 tons. Type of connections: REG/NC-46
Number of sheaves : 5 Weight : 147 / 92 ppf
Diameter of sheaves : 48 in Short Drill Collars.
Sheaves grooved for line size : 1 in Quantity : N/A
OD : N/A

PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL FOR COMPLETION

Start Finish DESIGNBY RUNBy: W ELL


COMPLETIONREPORT LAGLORIA-15ESP-1
TYPE EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
TUBINGSPOOL 11" 5Mx11" 5M
TUBINGHANGER 11" x31/2" EUEPREP. FORPENETRATOR
1
SEALADAPTER11" X31/8" 5M 11" x31/8" 5M
2
MASTERVALVE 31/8" 5M
CROSS 31/8" x31/8" x31/8" x31/8" - 5M
3
WINGVALVE 31/8" 5M
WINGVALVE 31/8" 5M 133/8" @1995'
SWABVALVE 31/8" 5M
BRIDATERMOMETER
4
CAP 31/8" 5M
ITEM QTY EQUIPMENTDESCRIPTION LENGTH DEPTH I.D. O.D. 5
RTETOTUBINGHANGER 20.05 6
1 1 TubingHanger 0.85 2.992 11.000 7
2 1 X-Over 31/2" EU Pin x31/2" Fox pin 0.81 2.992 3.750 8
3 107 31/2"TBGN-80, 9.2LPF, 13-Cr, FOX. 3,377.20 2.992 3.875
9
4 1 X-Over 31/2" EU Pin x31/2" FoxPin W/Coupling 1.48 2.992 3.875
5 1 Mandrel N0. 1CamcoSidePocket 1" W/DummyValve 6.78 2.992 5.250 10
6 1 X-Over 31/2" Foxpinx31/2" EUPIN 1.00 2.992 3.875 11
7 48 31/2"TBGN-80, 9.2LPF, 13-Cr, FOX. 1,514.73 2.992 3.875 12
8 1 X-Over 31/2" EU Pin x31/2" FoxPin W/Coupling 1.48 2.992 3.875 13
9 1 Mandrel N0. 2 CamcoSidePocket 1"W/DummyValve 6.78 2.992 5.250
14
10 1 X-Over 31/2" Foxpinx31/2" EUPIN 1.00 2.992 3.875
15
11 32 31/2"TBGN-80, 9.2LPF, 13-Cr, FOX. 1,010.24 2.992 3.875
12 1 X-Over 31/2" EU Pin x31/2" FoxPin W/Coupling 1.48 2.992 3.875
16
13 1 Mandrel N0. 3CamcoSidePocket 1" W/DummyValve 6.78 2.992 5.250
17
14 1 X-Over 31/2" Foxpinx31/2" EUPIN 1.00 2.992 3.875 18
15 153 31/2"TBGN-80, 9.2LPF, 13-Cr, FOX. 4,827.15 2.992 3.875 19
16 1 LandingNippleProfile"F" 2.8131/2" FoxPinxPin 1.75 2.810 4.500
20
17 1 31/2"TBGN-80, 9.2LPF, 13-Cr, FOX. 31.56 2.992 3.875 21
18 1 X-Over 31/2" EU Pin x31/2" FoxPin W/Coupling 1.40 2.992 3.875 22
23
19 1 31/2" EU8RDDrainValve 0.50 2.500 4.500
24
20 1 31/2" EU8RDCheckValve 0.50 2.500 4.500 V
V
21 1 X-Over 31/2" Foxpinx31/2" EUBox (integral) 1.21 2.992 4.500
22 2 31/2"TBGN-80, 9.2LPF, 13-Cr, FOX. 63.12 2.992 3.875 25
23 1 X-Over 31/2" EUpinx31/2" Foxpin W/coupling 1.40 2.992 3.875
24 1 31/2" GPDIS8RDEUE PumpDischarge 0.50 2.500 5.130
V
25 1 Pump29GC-8200, Mod: GPMTXFERH6 9.93 5.130 26
26 1 Pump79GC-8200, Mod: GPMTXFERH6 24.93 5.130
27 1 Pump79GC-8200, Mod: GPMTXFERH6 24.93 5.130 V
27
28 1 Separator Gas513GRSTXBARBALH6 5.36 5.130
29 1 Seal 513Model GSB3XHLPFSH6 6.31 5.130
28
30 1 Seal 513Model GSB3GXLTH6 6.31 5.130
V
31 1 Motor 21K-79013 KMHUGX 304HP/1900V/98A 25.55 5.620 29
32 1 Motor 21K79010304HP/ 1900V/ 98A 25.38 5.620 V
33 1 PHOENIXMULTISENSORMDT3983 3.27 3.750 30
34 1 X-Over 23/8" EUPin x31/2" FoxPinW/Coupling 0.60 2.992 3.750 V
35 1 31/2"TBGN-80, 9.2LPF, 13-Cr, FOX. 16.05 2.992 3.875 31
"ESP" COMPLETIONSTRINGEND
32
V
33
34
35
14,100
/" Liner Top@
12700'

14,300
95/8" Casing@
COMPLETIONFLUID: DENSITY( PPG): 12900'
FORMATION INTERVALS THICK SPF GUNTYPE

16,000
7" LINERSHOEAT
14095'

CSGSIZE DESCRIPTION SHOE COLLAR TOC STRINGDATA


133/8" K55- 68ppf - BTC 1995' - Surface
95/8" P110/ N80- 47/ 53,5ppf - BTC 12895' 7000' (Calculated) WEIGHTOFBLOCK:
7" Liner P110- 29ppf - BTC 14095' 12700 WEIGTHDOWN: