Feb. 8, 2022


Description

This presentation will examine how real-time force monitoring keeps operations on path by decreasing operational failures (such as stuck or parted pipe), reducing non-productive time (NPT), and increasing drillout efficiency (hour/plug).

 Utilizing interactive tubing force analysis (TFA) models with real-time data overlays provides coiled tubing operators with the data needed to reduce stuck pipe events, increase drillout efficiencies, and decrease mechanical failures (both on the surface and downhole). The key to optimizing efficiencies is maintaining consistent data that can be analyzed with the TFA. One current challenge is that analyzed data can only affect future operations if engineering controls are executed in the field. By using the interactive TFA and real-time operational data synchronously, users can positively affect their current and future operations by using data-driven decisions instead of predetermined processes.

 By implementing a cloud-based application in conjunction with software that acquires and stores field data, users can recognize real-time divergence from the modeled parameters. This is a key indicator for potential failures. The application allows for on-the-fly procedural corrections (such as stop and circulate) to alleviate operational risk for stuck pipe instances. In one case, the application indicated forewarned risk while running in hole and this saved the service company and E&P operator more than 48 hours in non-productive time.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Travis Thomas, Director of Digital Sales and Product Development - NOV
Speaker Travis Thomas, Director of Digital Sales and Product Development - NOV

 
Travis Thomas, Director of Digital Sales and Product Development for NOV’s CTN2 division, is responsible for digital products with a heightened focus on new real-time data analysis for well interventions.
Travis has more than a decade of well intervention experience starting his career with Halliburton as a Technical Professional in Coiled …

 


Travis Thomas, Director of Digital Sales and Product Development for NOV’s CTN2 division, is responsible for digital products with a heightened focus on new real-time data analysis for well interventions.


Travis has more than a decade of well intervention experience starting his career with Halliburton as a Technical Professional in Coiled Tubing in Kilgore, Texas before moving into operations and technical management roles with Halliburton, Superior Energy, and Nine Energy Service. His roles required technical expertise in all the US shale basins and included extensive experience in offshore Gulf of Mexico deep water projects. He brings a fresh perspective to the industry as a result of his experience managing engineering groups, technical sales, and day-to-day operations in industry leading coiled tubing service companies before joining NOV. Travis was also a routine user of NOV’s intervention monitoring and modeling products in prior roles, and now with NOV, he is focused on bringing real-time data visualization and efficiency analysis to global coiled tubing operations.


Travis holds a B.S. Degree from the University of Texas at Tyler and has also completed advanced business leadership courses at the Texas A&M Mays Business School in College Station.

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Organizer

Bill Davis

bdavis0819@gmail.com


281-687-1590


Date and Time

Tue, Feb. 8, 2022

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

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Location

Landry's Seafood House

1212 Lake Robbins Dr
The Woodlands, TX 77380



Group(s): Northside