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Advancements in Drilling Technologies and Efficiencies to Deliver Tomorrow's Solutions

Monday, 23 September
217 - 219
Technical Session
Oilfield drilling has seen countless improvements in drilling technology since the 19th century to date. The advancements target reducing costs of the entire well delivery process and improving production performance. Key areas of focus include engineering approaches to drill bit design, and drill string modeling.
Session Chairpersons
Nnadozie Eze - Shell Petroleum Development Company Nigeria (SPDC)
Lindsay Yellowlees - Chevron Drilling & Completions
Sharon Samuel - bp
  • 1400-1425 220945
    A Novel Solid Lubricant Designed Using Tribology Science Reduces The Torque And Improve Rop In Water Base Mud Wells In The Llanos Basin And Magdalena Valley Of Colombia- Case History
    M.A. Ramirez, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company; M. Trebilcock, Q'Max Solutions Colombia; J. Castellanos Carvajal, Q-Max Solutions Colombia; T. Jensen, Drilling Specialties
  • 1425-1450 220967
    Orchyd: Combination Of High-pressure Water Jet And Percussion To Improve Drilling Performance In Hard Rocks
    N. Velmurugan, L. Gerbaud, Mines Paris
  • 1450-1515 220828
    Enabling Rapid Bit Design Improvements Through The Automatic Extraction Of The Geometric Information Of A Dulled Drill Bit Using Videos Captured On A Mobile Phone
    P. Ashok, University of Texas At Austin; J. Cortez Juarez, A. Safarov, E. van Oort, The University of Texas At Austin
  • 1545-1610 220749
    Comparing Open-source Drill String Models: Establishing Test Cases And Methods
    D. Yoon, University of Texas; E. Hamidov, University of Tulsa; L. Endres, CNPC USA; R. Dixit, ExxonMobil Services & Technology Pvt Ltd; E. Gildin, Texas A&M University; A. Manna, ExxonMobil Services & Technology Pvt Ltd; P. Pastusek, ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Co; G. Payette, Exxon Mobil Corporation; R. Shor, University of Calgary; X. Li, CNPC Bohai Drilling Engineering Co. Ltd
  • 1610-1635 220820
    State Of The Art Modelling Eliminates Drilling Dysfunctions In A Challenging Wildcat Ultra-deepwater Well
    R. Aguiar, SLB; P. Batruny, Petronas; D. Barreto, G. Solar, SLB; M. Ab Aziz, PETRONAS (Kuala Lumpur); M. Mohd Yusof, Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd; I. Idris, PETRONAS Carigali
  • 1635-1700 220813
    Efficient Drillstring-wellbore Contact Model And Implications For Real-time Modeling Of Complex Downhole Mechanics
    J.K. Wilson, Scientific Drilling International
  • Alternate 221043
    Shaping The Future Of Pdc Bit Performance - A Superior Approach To Hard Rock Drilling
    M. Bailey, S. Roberts, A. Suleiman, S. Doudou, J. Perez, NOV Inc.
  • Alternate 220789
    Modeling PDC Cutter Loads And Structural Limits When Drilling Interbedded Formations At Constant Penetration Per Revolution Vs. Constant Weight On Bit
    M. Cherry, O. Gjertsen, B. Durairajan, R. Bijai, SLB; P. Pastusek, ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Co; G. Payette, Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • Alternate 220694
    An Advanced Three-dimensional Bottom-hole Assembly Model: Validation And Application
    H. Zhang, Halliburton Far East Pte Ltd; K. Bhaidasna, Halliburton; K. Tian, Halliburton Far East Ltd

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.

Moderator: Elena Melchert | Podcast Host and Consultant | Oil and Gas Global Network