April 27, 2011


Description

  

Marathon’s Droshky Field is a four-well subsea development located in the Gulf of Mexico in Green Canyon Block 244 in approximately 2950 feet of water. Three intelligent wells and one conventional stacked well, completed in a total of ten frac-packed intervals, were required to drain the  multiple reservoir intervals encountered. The field was brought on production in July 2010, tied back to DOR’s Bullwinkle Platform. This presentation will review some of the challenges encountered in the completion design and implementation, including contingency operations. Among the issues faced were long completion intervals (up to 456’ gross), working with zinc bromide completion fluid throughout the six-month completion campaign, and extreme fluid loss rates (in excess of 500 BPH).

  

Featured Speakers

Speaker Greg Stimatz
Completion Engineer Marathon Oil Company Greg Stimatz has worked for Marathon Oil Company for 28 years in a variety of production, well testing, and completion assignments. He has been responsible for planning and field implementation of work in both onshore and offshore fields in the United States and offshore fields …

Completion Engineer
Marathon Oil Company


Greg Stimatz has worked for Marathon Oil Company for 28 years in a variety of production, well testing, and completion assignments. He has been responsible for planning and field implementation of work in both onshore and offshore fields in the United States and offshore fields in the U.K., Norway, and West Africa. He is currently works in Houston as a Gulf of Mexico deepwater completion engineer. Greg graduated from Montana Tech in 1983 with a BS Degree in Petroleum Engineering.

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Organizer

Mark Chapman


Date and Time

Wed, April 27, 2011

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

Greenspoint Club

16925 Northchase Drive
Houston, Texas 77060
USA