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Well Engineering
TRSSSV Operational Procedure
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i Document Authorisation

Authorised For Issue: October 2014


Document Authorisation

Document Authority Document Custodian Document Controller

Tariq Al-Riyami (UWH) Said Al-Rawahi (UWXE/5) Christian Koepchen (UWH/2)


Date: Date: Date:

ii Revision History
The following is a brief summary of the revisions to this document. Details of all revisions prior
to these are held on file by the issuing department.
Note that changes made as part of Document Maintenance (correction of broken hyperlinks) will
not be recorded in this Revision Table.
Revision No. Date Author/ Editor Changes/ Remarks
0.0 Oct. 2014 Said Al-Rawahi, Initial Issue
UWXE/5
Christian Koepchen,
UWH/2

iii Related Business Processes


Code Business Process (EPBM V.4.0)
EP.63 Design, Drill, Modify, Service and Abandon Well

iv Related Corporate Management Frame Work (CMF)


Documents
The related CMF Documents can be retrieved from the CMF Business Control Portal. Other,
non-CMF documents and links to information relevant to Well Engineering can be found on the
Well Engineering Documentation Page.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
i Document Authorisation ......................................................................................................... 3
ii Revision History ..................................................................................................................... 3
iii Related Business Processes ................................................................................................. 3
iv Related Corporate Management Frame Work (CMF) Documents ........................................ 3
1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................ 6
1.1 Purpose ............................................................................................................................ 6
1.2 Distribution/Target Audience ............................................................................................ 6
1.3 Review and Improvement ................................................................................................ 6
1.4 Step-out and Approval ..................................................................................................... 6
2 Procedure............................................................................................................................... 7
2.1 TRSSSV Recommended Hold-Open Control Line Pressure (RHOP) ............................. 7
2.2 TRSSSV maximum Hold-Open Control Line Pressure (RHOP) ...................................... 8
2.3 TRSSSV operating Guideline Procedure ......................................................................... 9
2.3.1 SP TRSSSV Main Components ..................................................................... 9
2.3.2 SP TRSSSV Piston Displacement Volume .................................................... 9
2.4 Trouble-Shooting ............................................................................................................ 11
2.4.1 Scenario 1, TRSSSV does NOT OPEN (or Fully OPEN). Control Line system
has no leaks 11
2.4.2 Scenario 2, TRSSSV does NOT CLOSE (or FULLY CLOSE) ..................... 12
2.4.3 Scenario 3, Manifold continues pumping slowly when the TRSSSV is open
13
2.4.4 Scenario 4, TRSSSV cannot be opened due to control-line pressure leakage
14
2.4.5 Scenario 5, TRSSSV closes, but has unacceptable pressure build-up in
tubing above TRSSSV. ............................................................................................................ 15
2.4.5 Remedial Action ........................................................................................... 16
2.5 Engineering Data Sheet TRSSSV.................................................................................. 17
2.6 TRSSSV Checklists (Added Links for Checklist Download) .......................................... 17
3 Identified Hazards and Threats ............................................................................................ 19
4 Roles and Responsibilities as referred to in this document ................................................. 21
5 Appendices .......................................................................................................................... 22
5.1 Appendix 1, Forms and Reports .................................................................................... 22
5.2 Appendix 2, Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and Definitions ..................................... 22
5.3 Appendix 3, Related Business Control Documents and References............................. 23

TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure ‎2-1, Halliburton Engineering Datasheet for Equipment No. 101430351 ........................... 7
Figure ‎2-2, maximum TRSSSV RHOP ......................................................................................... 8

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Figure ‎2-3, maximum Control Line Pressure ................................................................................ 8


Figure ‎2-4, SP TRSSSV Main Components ................................................................................. 9
Figure ‎2-5, Control Pressure Curve for Halliburton Safety Valve ............................................... 10
Figure ‎2-6, Scenario 1, TRSSSV does NOT OPEN (or FULLY OPEN). Control Line system has
no leaks ....................................................................................................................................... 11
Figure ‎2-7, Scenario 2, TRSSSV does NOT CLOSE (or FULLY CLOSE) ................................. 12
Figure ‎2-8, Scenario 3, Manifold continues pumping slowly when the TRSSSV is open ........... 13
Figure ‎2-9, Scenario 4, TRSSSV cannot be opened due to control-line pressure leakage........ 14

LIST OF TABLES
Table ‎2-1, Engineering Data Sheet TRSSSV ............................................................................. 17
Table ‎4-1, Roles and Responsibilities for Exploration Well Testing with rig on site ................... 21
Table ‎5-1, Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and Definitions ..................................................... 22
Table ‎5-2, Related Business Control Documents and References ............................................ 23

LIST OF EQUATIONS
N/A

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1 Introduction
As per Shell’s Casing and Tubing Design Manual all self-flowing wells must be equipped with
Tubing Retrievable Surface-controlled Subsurface Safety Valves (TRSSSVs). This document
sets out the standards for installing and operating these pieces of equipment; in addition it
provides check lists to be followed when installing TRSSSVs and decision trees to facilitate
trouble-shooting.

1.1 Purpose
This Procedure sets out the standards by which Halliburton TRSSSV related operations have to
be conducted and provides links to detailed operational checklists which complement
Halliburton-owned Engineering Data Sheets (EDS). This Procedure must be attached to all
Drilling Programs.

1.2 Distribution/Target Audience


This document is applicable to all Halliburton TRSSSV related operations in PDO and must
therefore be read and understood by all staff involved in such operations – both PDO and
contractors.

1.3 Review and Improvement


Any user of this document who wishes to provide constructive feedback, or who encounters a
mistake or confusing entry is requested to immediately notify the Document Custodian.
This document shall be reviewed as necessary by the Document Custodian, but no less
frequently than every four years. Triggers for full or partial review of this Specification are listed
in PR-1444, Well Engineering Management Framework in Chapter 5.2.4, Document Review.

1.4 Step-out and Approval


Step-Outs shall be managed as described in PR-1444, Well Engineering Management
Framework in Chapter 5.2.1, Variance from a Standard (Step-Out)
The Step-Out Request Form can be downloaded from here.

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2 Procedure
2.1 TRSSSV Recommended Hold-Open Control Line Pressure (RHOP)
The recommended control line Pressure applied to the TRSSSV to maintain in the full open
position during production and is defined as:

RHOP= Tubing Pressure + Opening Pressure + 500 psi


For reference the average opening pressure is given in the Engineering Design Specifications
(EDS) of Halliburton. The actual opening pressure may vary slightly from the average.

Figure ‎2-1, Halliburton Engineering Datasheet for Equipment No. 101430351

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2.2 TRSSSV maximum Hold-Open Control Line Pressure

Figure ‎2-2, TRSSSV maximum Hold-Open Control Line Pressure

Figure ‎2-3, maximum Control Line Pressure


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Note: The increase above RHOP control-line pressure allowed by this procedure (Up to
the maximum hold open pressure) should be used during non-production operation
such as completion, Testing, Frac, Well stimulation etc. During Production, the
recommended hold-open pressure should be maintained;

2.3 TRSSSV operating Guideline Procedure


2.3.1 SP TRSSSV Main Components
Figure ‎2-4 shows the individual components of an SP TRSSSV

Figure ‎2-4, SP TRSSSV Main Components

2.3.2 SP TRSSSV Piston Displacement Volume


In order to check the piston displacement volume:
1) Disconnect the control line from the manifold
2) Attach it to a hydraulic pump so that volumes can be measured at the THS exit port and
strokes counted accurately.
3) When the 1/4 inch control line is used to furnish pressure to a TRSSSV, there is a
definite indication on the surface that the TRSSSV is opening.
4) As the control line is pressured, there is an initial volume required to compress any air
or gas in the system and then the pressure builds up rapidly. As the pressure increases
to a point above tubing pressure (point 1 in Figure 2-5), the control line pressure levels
out for a period of strokes of the pump as the piston moves down, opening the TRSV
(from points 1 through 2 in figure 2-5). This is referred to as levelling off.

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Figure ‎2-5, Control Pressure Curve for Halliburton Safety Valve


5) On arrival at the well location the site shall be inspected, any deficiencies noted and
reported, and the wellhead area checked to ensure that it is safe to conduct slickline
operations.
6) Once installed in a well, each TRSSSV has a characteristic curve (hence the
importance of doing the control line curves prior shipment). The total number of
strokes can vary slightly, depending on how solid the column of fluid is in the
control line; however, the curve remains basically similar.
7) If the TRSSSV only partially opens, it has a similar pattern, but the number of
strokes between points 1 and 2 is considerably less than if the TRSSSV is fully
opened. If the TRSSSV is not moving open at all, there is no "leveling off" of
pressure. Once it begins to increase, it increases approximately the same
amount with each stroke.
Note: the returns for the system (i.e. control line, TRSSSV etc.) are higher than that for
the TRSSSV alone. Likewise, the starting pressure the system is pressured to can
affect the returns. All returns should be taken using the same pressures as were
used during the TRSSSV installation. The fluid returns should be used as a relative
relationship to TRSSSV travel only, not as an attempt to determine exact travel.
For example, if the original installation records indicated a fluid return of 100ml and
current readings are 50ml then this would indicate partial travel of the TRSSSV. A
return of 90 ml would not necessarily indicate TRSSSV travel concerns (limited
opening/closing).
If this procedure is used, the closure device must be fully equalised to allow piston
movement. If possible, the TRSSSV should be pumped through continuously at a
slow to moderate rate during the procedure. This will ensure that pressure is
properly equalised across the closure device.

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2.4 Trouble-Shooting
2.4.1 Scenario 1, TRSSSV does NOT OPEN (or Fully OPEN). Control Line system has no leaks

Figure ‎2-6, Scenario 1, TRSSSV does NOT OPEN (or FULLY OPEN). Control Line system has no leaks
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2.4.2 Scenario 2, TRSSSV does NOT CLOSE (or FULLY CLOSE)

• TRSSSV does
NOT CLOSE ( or
FULLY CLOSE)

1.) 2.) Exercise Tool to


Step 1: Install a hydraulic pump attempt to Open
to the control line at the TRSSSV
tree.
Step 2: Pressure the control line
to 4,000 psi above the
well pressure. Close the Refer to Halliburton Support
needle valve on the tree. Engineers procedure
Step 3: Disconnect the pump
hose, open the needle
valve, and check the
volume of returns from
the control system to
determine if there is any
operating piston TRSSSV TRSSSV
movement. (Note: Refer Open not
to checklist for reference Operable
final volume return).
Step 4: Cycle the control line
pressure from 0 to 4,000
psi above the well
pressure ten times in an
effort to get some
movement in the TRSSSV.
Confirm cycling Open/close Refer to “Procedure for
Step 5: Pump fresh water down properly by Locking TRSSSV open” for
the tubing and through applying/bleeding control further HLB support. If
the TRSSSV while cycling pressure prior to returning TRSSSV locked open ; submit
the control line pressure to production mode. a full written report to HLB
as in step 4. for investigation.

Figure ‎2-7, Scenario 2, TRSSSV does NOT CLOSE (or FULLY CLOSE)
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2.4.3 Scenario 3, Manifold continues pumping slowly when the TRSSSV is open

Figure ‎2-8, Scenario 3, Manifold continues pumping slowly when the TRSSSV is open

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2.4.4 Scenario 4, TRSSSV cannot be opened due to control-line pressure leakage

Figure ‎2-9, Scenario 4, TRSSSV cannot be opened due to control-line pressure leakage
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2.4.5 Scenario 5, TRSSSV closes, but has unacceptable pressure build-up in tubing above TRSSSV.
The API acceptable leak rates for installed TRSSSVs are given in API Recommended Practice 14B, Appendix G, and are:

900SCF gas per hour (25.5m3/hr)


6.3 gallons of liquid per hour (400cc/min)

The most likely cause for leakage past the flapper would be:
a) -Presence of some type of solid substance between the flapper and seat. There are two methods to attempt to correct this situation:
b) -Wash the debris away
c) Controlled Slam closure of TRSSSV. (Debris across seat suspected in equalising/ non-equalising TRSSSV's) in order to crush the debris.

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2.4.5 Remedial Action


1) Spot fresh water or some other clean fluid on top of the closed flapper.
2) Pump down the tubing.
Note: This should help to wash away any debris across the flapper seat prior to
performing a slam closure.
3) Conduct the leak off test.
4) If successful, cycle the TRSSSV open and closed with control pressure, then perform
the normal leak off test. Note: You should not use the slam close leak off test as the
acceptance test.
5) If the situation improves but the flow rate is still at an unacceptable level, steps 1
through 4 can be repeated as required.
6) Open TRSSSV against a slight differential. (Debris across suspected in non-equalizing
TRSSSV's.
7) Follow procedure in the procedure above for applying control pressure to TRSSSV.

8) Pressure up on the tubing to open against a slight differential. Note: This assumes there
was a differential under the flapper when the opening procedure was initiated.

If an acceptable leak-off test cannot be obtained on the TRSSSV, then it will have to be
locked open and an insert valve set. Refer to Halliburton for further support. If the TRSSSV
is locked open, submit a full written failure report for Investigation

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2.5 Engineering Data Sheet TRSSSV


Table ‎2-1, Engineering Data Sheet TRSSSV

Item PDO SAP# TYPE Vam Top Threads Profile HLB SAP#
1 1000899580 SP TRSSSV SP 3.5-9.2, 5.86OD 7.5kpsi 9CR 2.813" X 101598413
2 1000900371 SP TRSSSV SP 3.5-10.2, 5.86OD 10kpsi INC925 2.750" X 101598075
Obsolete 1000899468 SP TRSSSV SP 3.5-13.7, 5.41OD INC 2.313" R 101610054
4 1000899507 SP TRSSSV SP 4.5-12.6,5.965OD 5kpsi 9CR 3.688" R 101609075
5 1000857078 NE TRSSSV NE 4.5-12.6 , 5.965OD 7.5Kpsi INC925/INC 718 3.813" R 101551882
Obsolete 1000900423 TRSSSV SP 4.5-13.5,5.965OD 9CR 3.688" R 101609936
7 1000697592 SP TRSSSV SP 4.5-16.9,7.57OD 15kpsi INC 718 3.630" R 101430351
8 1000943275 SP TRSSSV SP 5.5-17.0, 7.69OD 5kpsi 9CR 4.562" RQ 101660940
9 1000004213 SP TRSSSV SP 5.5-23, 7.99OD 10kpsi INC 718 4.313" RQ 101250120

10 1000899525 SP TRSSSV SP 7.0-29, 8.37OD 5kpsi 9CR 5.875" RQ 101609321

11 1000004564 Control-Line SEAMLESS 1/4x0.065 INC825 100m NA 1035803049


Click the SAP numbers above to find the Engineering Data Sheets files relating to the
respective piece of equipment

2.6 TRSSSV Checklists (Added Links for Checklist Download)


 TRSSSV Checklist for 5k Cemented completion
 Checklist CMT 4.5 5K.pdf
 Checklist CMT 5.5 5K.pdf
 Checklist CMT 7.0 5K.pdf
 TRSSSV Checklist for 5k Packer completion
 Checklist PKR 4.5 5K.pdf
 Checklist PKR 5.5 5K.pdf
 Checklist PKR 7.0 5K.pdf
 TRSSSV Checklist for 7.5k Cemented completion
 Checklist CMT 3.5 7.5K.pdf
 Checklist CMT 4.5 7.5K.pdf
 TRSSSV Checklist for 7.5k Packer completion
 Checklist PKR 3.5 7.5K
 Checklist PKR 4.5 7.5K
 TRSSSV Checklist for 10k Cemented completion
 Checklist CMT 3.5 10K.pdf
 Checklist CMT 5.5 10K.pdf
 TRSSSV Checklist for 10k Packer completion
 Checklist PKR 3.5 10K.pdf
 Checklist PKR 5.5 10K.pdf
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 TRSSSV Checklist for 15k Cemented completion


 Checklist CMT 4.5 15K.pdf
 TRSSSV Checklist for 15k Packer completion
 Checklist PKR 4.5 15K.pdf

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3 Identified Hazards and Threats


The following hazards or threats have been identified as being prevalent during the process
covered by this Specification. These are assessed and the controls to be applied are given in
the Hazards Register, which forms Part 5 of Volume 1 of GU-458, Well Engineering Combined
Operations HSE Case

REF HAZARD

H-01.02a Hydrocarbons in Formation / at Surface (drilling ops)

H-01.02b Hydrocarbons in Formation / at Surface (well services)

H-02.03 Diesel Fuel (fuel source)

H-04 Explosives

H-05.01 Bottled Gases Under Pressure

H-05.04a Air Under High Pressure (drilling ops)

H-05.04b Air Under High Pressure (well services)

H-05.07a Fluids Under High Pressure (drilling ops)

H-05.07b Fluids Under High Pressure (well services)

H-06.01a Personnel Working at Heights (drilling ops)

H-06.01b Personnel Working at Heights (well service)

H-06.01c Personnel Working at Heights (man riding winch)

H-06.02 Personnel at Height <2m – Slippery / Uneven Surfaces

H-06.03a Overhead Equipment (drilling ops)

H-06.03b Overhead Equipment (well services)

H-06.03c Overhead Equipment (crane, forklift, air winch ops)

H-06.06 Elevated equipment (tubular on piperack or catwalk)

H-07.01 Objects under tension (wireline cable)

H-08.01 On land transport – onsite vehicles

H-08.05a Equipment with moving / rotating parts (ex drill floor equipment)

H-08.05b Equipment with moving / rotating parts (drill floor equipment)

H-08.06 Use of Hazardous Hand Tools

H-08.09 Moving or Rotating Equipment (drill floor)

H-13.02 Liquid Nitrogen

H-15.02 Voltage >50 to 440V in Equipment

H-15.03 Voltage >440 Volts

H-17 Open Source Radiation

H-18 Closed Source

H-19.01 Insufficient Oxygen Atmosphere – Confined Space Entry

H-20.01 Hydrogen Sulphide

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REF HAZARD

H-23.01 Hydrofluoric Acid

H-23.02 Hydrochloric Acid

H-25.01 Manual Materials Handling

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4 Roles and Responsibilities as referred to in this document


The principle of Single Point Accountability is applied to well testing activities and therefore
responsibilities will vary according to the type of well test being conducted (see below).
With the introduction of Asset Management in PDO, multi-function teams have been established
to control the management of each area. For simplicity, the responsibilities of individual
functions within these organisation structures have not been identified but have been referred to
collectively as the ‘Asset Team’.

Table ‎4-1, Roles and Responsibilities for Exploration Well Testing with rig on site

Role Responsibility Ref. Ind.


Asset Team 
Well Services Co- 
ordinator/Supervisor
Well Services Teamleader 
Workshop Supervisor 

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5 Appendices
5.1 Appendix 1, Forms and Reports
The following forms are used in relation to this Specification:
 Step-Out Request Form
 Well Location Custodianship Transfer Form
The PDO Site Supervisor will ensure that a Pre-Stimulation Audit Checklist is completed
jointly with the Contractor Stimulation Supervisor, and any shortfalls rectified, before the
stimulation operations commence.
The Well Location Custodianship Transfer Form is described in PR-1098, Well Activity Co-
ordination and Control Procedure

5.2 Appendix 2, Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and Definitions


Table ‎5-1, Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and Definitions
Term/Abbreviation Definition
May Indicates one possible course of action
Should Indicates a preferred course of action
Shall Indicates a mandatory course of action
BOP Blow-Out Preventer
CFDH Corporate Functional Discipline Head
CITHP Closed-In Tubing Head Pressure
ESD Emergency Shut down
GOR Gas-Oil Ratio
GR Gamma Ray
LMGV Lower Master Gate Valve
PTT Plug Type Tester
SSV Surface Safety Valve
TRSSSV Tubing Retrievable Sub Surface Safety Valve

UMGV Upper Master Gate Valve


UMV Upper Master Valve
THS Tubing Hanger Spool
THRT Tubing Hanger Running Tool
CL Control Line
HLB Halliburton
DSV PDO Drilling Supervisor
WHE Wellhead Engineer

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5.3 Appendix 3, Related Business Control Documents and References


Table ‎5-2, Related Business Control Documents and References
Document Co. Remark
1. CMF Business Control Portal
2. Well Engineering Documentation Page
3. PL-01-11, PDO Policies PDO
4. CP-118, Well Integrity Code of Practice PDO
5. CP-122, Health Safety and Environment Management PDO Replaces HSE/96/01,
System Code of Practice Part 1, Introduction
and User Guide

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