Drilling: Liner Drilling Technology

Speaker Steve Rosenberg
Position: Global Drilling Reliability Manager, Well Engineering and Project Management Company: Weatherford Steve Rosenberg is the Global Drilling Reliability Manager for Weatherford's Well Engineering and Project Management Team with over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry.  He has previously held drilling engineering positions with Diamond Offshore ...

Position: Global Drilling Reliability Manager, Well Engineering and Project Management
Company: Weatherford


Steve Rosenberg is the Global Drilling Reliability Manager for Weatherford's Well Engineering and Project Management Team with over 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry.  He has previously held drilling engineering positions with Diamond Offshore and Conoco.   Mr. Rosenberg is regarded as a subject matter expert in casing and liner drilling applications having written or coauthored 13 technical papers on these subjects as well as being a U.S. Patent Holder (“Stage Cementing Methods Used in Casing while Drilling.

 

He holds BS degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Mississippi State University and Biology from St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y

Full Description
It is increasingly difficult to find hydrocarbon reserves located in benign environments.  This has resulted in the oil and gas industry moving to locations where significant drilling challenges are encountered. These challenges often lead to costly non-productive time with increased operational risk.  In order to reach their objectives, operators have to make decisions “outside the box” to mitigate these challenges.  Liner drilling technology has been introduced as a well construction technique in recent years proven to significantly reduce non-productive time with associated reduction of operational risks. As seen in the case histories presented, liner drilling in lieu of conventional drilling methods was identified as the only practical way, short of abandoning the well, for the operator to accomplish their objectives.

This presentation will portray five case histories in both shelf and deep water GOM where liner drilling technology was applied to mitigate lost circulation, wellbore stability issues and other drilling hazards. Also included is a discussion of the liner tool and casing bit systems implemented with brief well histories depicting the drilling hazard mitigated with the eventual outcome. Highlighted will be the operational parameters, liner drilling results with the associated value to the operator.

When?

Wed, Jan. 9, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. America/Chicago

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Greenspoint Club
16925 Northcase Drive
Houston, Texas 77060

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