Comparison of Offshore Abandonment Projects in Indonesia: The Evaluation, Challenges and Effectiveness
- Afriandi Eka Prasetya (SKK Migas) | Rakhmahwidiati Rakhmahwidiati (SKK Migas)
- Document ID
- Society of Petroleum Engineers
- SPE Symposium: Decommissioning and Abandonment, 3-4 December, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Publication Date
- Document Type
- Conference Paper
- 2018. Society of Petroleum Engineers
- well abandonment, rigless, dry tree, comparative, subsea tree
- 1 in the last 30 days
- 106 since 2007
- Show more detail
- View rights & permissions
|SPE Member Price:||USD 8.50|
|SPE Non-Member Price:||USD 25.00|
Conduct comparative evaluations of offshore wells abandonment projects on either platform or underwater, whether rig or rigless. Identify challenges and effectiveness in terms of operations and costs. Discuss the preparations to be made before the work and the procedures to be done.
Based on data of the offshore wells abandonment which were conducted between 2014-2017 in Indonesian waters, classification was made on subsea and platform, then differentiated the water depth and the total well depth, and are grouped to its method with the rig or rigless. Then look at the problems in the well. Money spent is also a point of comparison for evaluation. Plugging procedures refer to national and international standards that are recognized. Evaluating the work schedule of each group were assessed.
There is a very clear distinction between the well abandonment on subsea and those on the platform. Also there are some differences between the use of the rig with rigless. This study illustrates how much it will cost to cover the well and also recommends work in the form of a project campaign to achieve its effectiveness.
Plugging and abandoning the wells are commonly done on wells that are no longer expected to be productive. This comparative evaluation helps to illustrate how effectively doing the well abandonment works in the form of a project campaign.
|File Size||1 MB||Number of Pages||9|
Prasetya, A. E., & Herputra, S. A. (2016, October 25). Well Abandonment Project and Recommendation for Applying Activity Based Cost/Earn Value Management. Society of Petroleum Engineers. doi:10.2118/182441-MS
Rakhmahwidiati, Prasetya, A. E., Sutejo, D., Amir, B., & Rahutomo, S. (2018). Jack Up Utilization and Challenges of Plug and Abandonment Effectiveness of a Subsea Well at Natuna Sea Block. In The Forty-second Annual IPA Convention & Exhibition: "Driving Indonesia's Oil & Gas Global Competitiveness" (pp. IPA18-52-E).