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Paper presented at the Subtech '93, March 24–25, 1993
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v31-155
... problems were encountered with the position of the bell guide wires and the onboard air supplies. The available space would only allow for a single wrap umbilical rather than the 2 or 3 wrap as was first envisaged. With this as a deciding factor umbilical length and diameter must be thoroughly investigated...
Paper presented at the International Petroleum Technology Conference, November 15–17, 2011
Paper Number: IPTC-14868-MS
... drift policy is based on an initial drift with a 5.75 in. OD Bell guide on mechanical wireline to ensure a successful latch of a 1-11/16-in. fishing neck. If wellbore remediation is required due to restrictions, the appropriate tools are selected based on the lessons learned described within the paper...
Paper presented at the Middle East Technical Conference and Exhibition, March 9–12, 1981
Paper Number: SPE-9640-MS
... ftlevel. The sharp bending of the conductor pipe started at the position of the conductor bell guide, at minus 51 ft level. The casing strings were bent in the sane direction of the conductor pipe and the 3 1/2 in tubing string was kept intension by overhanging along the bent 7 in production casing. P...
Published: 25 October 1999
Fig. 9 Modified fishing technique was designed to tackle tight dummy valve problem. Rope socket and heavy duty pulling tool are seated on dummy valve to form an extension. Pulling tool with bell guide is run without kickover tool subsequently to retrieve the dummy valve. More
Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, April 30–May 3, 1979
Paper Number: OTC-3532-MS
... without the risk of fouling seabed installations and enables her to pull off quickly in case of emergency. The diving bell cursor and guide rails are fitted inside the starboard centre column. The bell is lowered in the cursor frame through the air/water interface to minimise the possibility of wire...
Paper presented at the Developments in Diving Technology: Proceedings of an international conference, (Divetech '84), November 14–15, 1984
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v1-107
... are as follows: Cross haul of diving bell towards job site. Deploy diving bell/basket from a boom. Guide wire system to guide bell to job site. Mobile diving bell. Diver lock out submarine. Orientate diving from above the job site, i.e.platform based. The increased use of large semi...
Paper presented at the Fall Meeting of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, October 2–5, 1966
Paper Number: SPE-1602-MS
... large columns of concen- trically cemented steel pipes. A s thematic diagram of a typical well for abandonment is shown in Fig. 8. The presence of the bell mou guide through which the severed well conductor must be withdrawn required that there be no appreciable flare of the caisson and pipe. Government...
Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 4–7, 1992
Paper Number: OTC-6953-MS
... installation of the observation tieback involves the platforms conductor guidelines to the template by a ROV. It bell guides. Among operators and is also suggested that if platform wells wellhead vendors there are two different are to be located between the subsea well views in the sizing of conductor guides...
Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, April 28–May 1, 1973
Paper Number: OTC-1783-MS
... and positioning the bell between the surface and the work site, handling without guide lines, supply of gas and power, safety aspects, etc. Principally and practically, these problems have been solved and the first diving systems are already working from dynamically positioned drill ships, such as the Pelican...
Paper presented at the Submersible Technology: Adapting to Change: Proceedings of an international conference ('SUBTECH' 87- Adapting to Change), November 10–12, 1987
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v14-077
... of so-called flying bells. These are diving bells free from guide wires and equipped with thrusters in order to give horizontal manoeuvrability. In the near future we will also meet the large autonomous submarine ‘Saga’, a mix between the old concept of a stationary habitat and a lock-out submersible...
Paper presented at the Middle East Technical Conference and Exhibition, February 25–28, 1979
Paper Number: SPE-7769-MS
... devices gave precise posi- tioning and rate of closing information to the operators, visual cont.act (provided by the RCV) with the 70-ton pile closing on the bell guide made the project a lot easier. As the pile held by the elevator was lowered, the RCV was moved up to the elevator to determine proper...
Paper presented at the IADC/SPE International Drilling Conference and Exhibition, March 8–10, 2022
Paper Number: SPE-208760-MS
... down. In extreme cases, this release of energy can cause the BHA to stop or even reverse the BHA rotation. This rotation variation can also damage downhole tools, stabilizers, and produce belled connections. Currently, one option to alleviate this problem is for wellsite personnel to manually adjust...
Paper presented at the SPE Offshore Europe, September 5–8, 1989
Paper Number: SPE-19268-MS
... at the top of the basket.for emergency use. To advance the wet bell even further modifications were made, so that it could be used as a totally independent submersible dive station, incorporating onboard gas, communications, lighting etc, clump weights and guide wires were added. Whilst the diver is more...
Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 7–10, 1978
Paper Number: OTC-3201-MS
... and other underwater equipment. Using the Guide as a basis, 40 submersibles have been classed by the American Bureau of Ship- ping, 60 additional submersibles are currently building to ABS Class, and numerous underwater hab- itats, diving bells, and transfer capSUles have al- so been classed. In addition...
Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 6–9, 1996
Paper Number: OTC-8118-MS
...). The information in this paper provides useful help for similar marine operations. INTRODUCTION The installation of a jacket over a pre-installed structural requires a reliable analysis of the impact between two guides: a female guide (a bell) belonging to the jacket a male guide (a pile) belonging...
Publisher: Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Paper presented at the 2008 SEG Annual Meeting, November 9–14, 2008
Paper Number: SEG-2008-0329
... and the distorted borehole cross-section can be used to estimate the maximum horizontal stress magnitude (Bell and Gough, 1983; Zoback et al., 1985; Vernik and Zoback, 1992; Grandi and Toksöz, 2005). A detailed borehole crosssectional image is obtained by a four-arm dipmeter and an ultrasonic imaging tool...
Paper presented at the SPE Permian Basin Oil Recovery Conference, May 8–9, 1967
Paper Number: SPE-1792-MS
... enhanced recovery conformance improvement Fluid Dynamics reservoir pressure unitized interval injection field unit waterflooding water saturation twofred field water cut reservoir permeability Upstream Oil & Gas oil production bell canyon section production response pressure...
Paper presented at the Offshore Technology Conference, May 7–10, 1978
Paper Number: OTC-3196-MS
... guide base communication personnel operator buoyancy installation recovery operation bell winch inspection thruster upstream oil & gas seven seas moonpool hydraulic power pack drilling equipment assistance winch communication system emergency situation temporary guide...
Paper presented at the Oceanology '88: Proceedings of an international conference, March 8–11, 1988
Paper Number: SUT-AUTOE-v16-109
... As the development of offshore fields moves into deeper waters and the technology or subsea production systems improves, a large variety of manned and unmanned subsea units (SSU), such as diving/observation bells, ROVs, habitats and modules, will be launched and recovered. This calls for safe...
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