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Mitigate Pore Pressure and Frac Gradient Window Uncertainty using Intelligent Managed Pressure Drill

Mitigate Pore Pressure and Frac Gradient Window Uncertainty using Intelligent Managed Pressure Drilling Systems

Presenter

Carlos Iturrios (MPDTechnical Manager, Weatherford)

Date & Time

 Includes a Live Event on 03/27/2019 at 9:30 AM (EDT)

Pore Pressure Uncertainty is one of the biggest challenges faced by drilling companies today. Despite the great advancements in the generation of new models to predict the mud weight window, pressure uncertainty  still represents a significant percentage in the total amount of nonproductive time in drilling operations. The implementation of intelligent Managed Pressure Drilling systems has proven to be an effective instrument reducing this nonproductive time by assessing the pore pressure limits while drilling and by minimizing the consequences of encountering abnormal pore pressure or unexpected downhole fluid losses by allowing a quick response to this events detecting and automatically adjusting bottomhole pressure. This webinar will go through the concept of an intelligent MPD system and how this has been implemented to assess the formation pressure limits and mitigate drilling hazards.

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https://webevents.spe.org/products/mitigate-pore-pressure-and-frac-gradient-window-uncertainty-using-intelligent-managed-pressure-drilling-systems ​​

Drilling Uncertainty Prediction Technical Section LIVE EVENT

​Developing Data Science Specialties Targeting Oil & Gas Industry
Live Event on April 2019

 
Data science and Data-driven technologies, such as Data analytics and AI (Machine Learning, Deep Learning) have achieved real value creation in various industries such as Retail, Finance, Manufacturing, Advertising and Social platforms.  However, and in spite of the possession of large volumes of data by the Oil & Gas companies, they did not yet realize the full potential of these technologies and their data. This webinar will try to shed some light and share my thoughts on how the Oil & Gas industry can develop this critical proficiency in Data science and Data-driven technologies in order to reap the promised rewards of improving efficiency, cost savings, and enhancing operational safety.

Speaker: Zaki Al Awwami - Saudi Aramco

Mr. Al Awwami is an accomplished Information Technology Senior Systems Consultant with more than 30 years of experience working in the Oil & Gas industry.  He is skilled in IT Strategy & Planning, Big Data Analytics, Digital Transformation, AI/ML/DL technologies, Enterprise Architecture, HPC, High Performance and Enterprise Storage, Data Protection, Cloud Computing, Database and Data Warehouse solutions, System Administration, and IT Infrastructure Operations and Service Management. Mr. Al Awwami has a Master Degree in Computer Science.


https://webevents.spe.org/products/developing-data-science-specialties-targeting-oil-gas-industry#tab-product_tab_start

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Drilling Uncertainty Prediction Technical Section



Webinar: Embracing the Possible: Applying Cross-Transferable Data Analysis and AI Innovation from Other Industries

Speaker: Angela Mathis, CEO ThinkTank Maths Limited

Rebroadcast

The goals of the Drilling Uncertainty Prediction Technical Section are as follows:

Provide a multi-disciplinary forum for technical discussion and a consensus-based arena, maintain quality material related to Drilling Uncertainty Prediction and:

  • Share knowledge, experiences, best practices and enhance technical knowledge and competence across multiple departmental teams.
  • Identify major issues and technology areas on which to focus cooperation and discussions.
  • Suggest and work with relevant SPE groups and other professional societies to develop forums, workshops, training courses and programming.
  • Maintain and promote industry awareness of related challenges and technologies.
  • Address gaps between Operators’ common requirements and solution providers.
  • Maintain and promote industry awareness of related challenges and technologies.

The Drilling Uncertainty Prediction Technical Section will address major challenges affecting the cost and efficiency of drilling operations. By integrating resources and experience from both the Drilling and Subsurface worlds, the primary aim will be to ensure accurate and safe well placement while addressing the needs of the Industry to reduce Invisible Lost Time and mitigate or in some cases even eliminate Non-Productive Time through accurate predictions of geo-hazards.


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