March 17, 2032


Description

This lecture shares some of the key findings on detecting, modeling, and correcting these issues, with particular attention on integrating drill string models with auto drillers, top drives, and active torsional damping systems. An unstable auto driller controller may induce stick-slip and lead to inefficient drilling and bottom hole assembly damage


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Speaker: Paul Pastusek
Speaker Paul Pastusek

Paul Pastusek is a Drilling Mechanics Advisor at ExxonMobil. His expertise is in automation, rig instrumentation and control systems, drill string dynamics, steerable systems, borehole quality, bit applications and cutting mechanics. He received the 2020 SPE International and 2017 Gulf Coast Drilling Engineering Awards, and will be SPE DL on …

Paul Pastusek is a Drilling Mechanics Advisor at ExxonMobil. His expertise is in automation, rig instrumentation and control systems, drill string dynamics, steerable systems, borehole quality, bit applications and cutting mechanics. He received the 2020 SPE International and 2017 Gulf Coast Drilling Engineering Awards, and will be SPE DL on Rig Control Systems in the 2022-2023 season. Paul has a BSME from Texas A&M and MBA from the University of Houston. He has 44 years’ experience redesigning drilling processes and tools. He is a Registered PE, holds 42 US patents, and has delivered 55 papers on drilling technology.

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Organizer

Tyler Reynolds / Jesus Capo


Date and Time

Wed, March 17, 2032

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Pricing

  • ON DEMAND PRICING
    $5.00
    (ends 02/17/2032)
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Location

Virtual



 

Group(s): Drilling