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Paper presented at the SNAME 23rd Offshore Symposium, February 14, 2018
Paper Number: SNAME-TOS-2018-020
..., deliver through a flexible real-time web platform, and feedback learnings from deployment to facilitate next round of development. ReamerVision, the real-time early detection of under-reamer failure during hole enlargement while drilling at deepwater Gulf of Mexico is one of the successful examples...
Paper presented at the SNAME 21st Offshore Symposium, February 16, 2016
Paper Number: SNAME-TOS-2016-015
... Dynamically positioned offshore drill-ships and semisubmersibles are commonly used for drilling operations in deep water (more than 3000ft water depth). For shallow water depth (500ft (152.4m) to 2000ft (609.6m)), moored semisubmersibles were often used to perform the drilling operations...
Paper presented at the SNAME 19th Offshore Symposium, February 6, 2014
Paper Number: SNAME-TOS-2014-018
... and, in particular, to drilling riser elevations. Operations of wellbay systems are outlined, with keen attention to the drilling operations. Differences in applications for three oil provinces, Gulf of Mexico, Offshore West Africa, and Offshore West Australia are identified. The paper aims at providing a state...
Paper presented at the SNAME 18th Offshore Symposium, February 7, 2013
Paper Number: SNAME-TOS-2013-017
... gas in order to meet the long term increasing energy demands. In Beaufort Sea, an averaging water depth is about 800m which is normally called deep waters. An exploratory well typically takes about five to six months for continuously drilling in shallow waters. Beaufort Sea has an average two-month...
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