Oct. 18, 2006


Description

Operators know that drilling through trouble zones can quickly turn from trying to preserve hole size into an exercise in hole survival. Rather than mitigating problems resulting from these zones, some operators are taking a pro-active approach with solid expandable tubulars (SET®). Identifying the best place for SET use can weaken the detrimental effects of trouble zones and optimize the benefits of expandable technology—opportunity versus need. Empirical results from over 550 installations of solid expandable tubular systems illustrate the advantages of applying this technology prior to encountering known trouble zones. This presentation uses several case histories that demonstrate the benefits of incorporating solid expandable tubular systems into drilling plans.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Mark Holland
Global Business Development Manager Enventure Global Technology Mark Holland is the Global Business Development Manager for Enventure Global Technology, headquartered in Houston, Texas. Mark has worked in the energy industry over 25 years for Enventure and Halliburton Energy Services in various field engineering, sales and managerial positions, primarily in South …

Global Business Development Manager
Enventure Global Technology

Mark Holland is the Global Business Development Manager for Enventure Global Technology, headquartered in Houston, Texas. Mark has worked in the energy industry over 25 years for Enventure and Halliburton Energy Services in various field engineering, sales and managerial positions, primarily in South Texas and the Gulf of Mexico. Mark is a member of SPE, AADE, and SPWLA.

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Organizer

Joe Wallace


Date and Time

Wed, Oct. 18, 2006

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

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Location

Petroleum Club

800 Bell Street #4300
Houston, TX 77002
USA