Sept. 8, 2009


Description

Multizone single trip systems are currently being evaluated for deep water lower tertiary (LT) trends where multiple sand-control completion intervals are required.  However, this technology can be implemented in other applications. 

 

This presentation will review the following:

  • Basic MST Review
  • Candidate Selection Process
  • Deep Water MST Case History: MC 502 Well 2

 

The MST time savings, versus conventional, for this well was 5-7 days making this technology applicable for all equivalent pressure multizone completions. 

 

The resulting savings for a typical lower tertiary well,  assuming a $ 1MM/day spread rate, a 30,000 ft well, and 4 intervals,  would be in the 30-40 MM$ range.

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Featured Speakers

Speaker Jack Sanford
Completion Engineering Consultant ENI/Noble Jack Sanford is a deep water completions consultant currently working for Noble Energy and ENI Petroleum in Houston Texas.  Jack has worked with several operators over the last 19 years (internationally and domestically), including ENI, Exxon (Nigeria), Unocal, Amoco and Kerr-McGee.   Jack is a member ...

Completion Engineering Consultant
ENI/Noble

Jack Sanford is a deep water completions consultant currently working for Noble Energy and ENI Petroleum in Houston Texas.  Jack has worked with several operators over the last 19 years (internationally and domestically), including ENI, Exxon (Nigeria), Unocal, Amoco and Kerr-McGee.


 


Jack is a member of SPE and is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Louisiana.  He graduated from Texas A&M University with a BS in both Geology and Petroleum Engineering and a ME in Petroleum Engineering.


Full Description



Organizer

Bernard Franklin


Date and Time

Tue, Sept. 8, 2009

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Greenspoint Club

16925 Northchase Dr.
Houston, TX 77060