SPE Subsea Well Intervention Symposium
13-15 August 2019, Galveston, Texas, USA
Number of conference papers: 5
14 August 2019
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Session 2: HPHT Intervention
HPHT continues to challenge and push the boundaries of practicing technology where the harsh wellbore environment taxes wellbore characteristics, equipment performance, and standard practices. This session captures ongoing work in HPHT intervention that will continue to unlock the frontiers of offshore E&P.
Raising the Bar of Productivity Improvement in an Abnormal and Distinctive Pressure and Temperature Environment: Niger Delta.
197974-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions
198920-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions
Session 3: Surveillance and Completion Repairs
As deepwater wells age, there will be an increase in the demand to perform interventions for completion diagnostics and repairs. This session will drive the discussion around cost effective diagnostic and remediation topics. The session aims to cover: advantages of identifying future intervention strategies and contingencies during original completion design; optimization of multi-well intervention campaigns; and adjusting required interventions given the existing well design and subsea infrastructure.
Inhibitor Evaluation for Spent Organic - HF Acid to Facilitate Acid Flowback Through Production Risers with Titanium Stress Joints
197076-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions
Session 7: Knowledge Sharing ePoster II
Dissolvable Plug Solutions for Offshore Squeeze Cementing Overcoming Downhole Restriction in North Sea
197077-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions