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Wellbore Tubular Deformations: Characterization using Well Xplore® - Calgary, Alberta, Canada - November 8, 2018

C-FER Technologies (1999) Inc.

Thursday, 8 November 2018 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (MST)

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Event Details

This hands-on course will provide attendees with an overview of wellbore tubular deformation modes. Various wellbore applications (enhanced recovery, thermal, CHOPS, and cavern storage) will be reviewed, along with an overview of some of the deformation mechanisms (thermal and pressure-induce formation loading, subsidence due to sand production and permafrost thaw, and formation movement for wells drilled through active tectonic, salt and highly-faulted plays) and impacts on well integrity (fluid containment and well access). Emphasis will be on the use of C-FER's Multifinger Caliper ("MFC") analysis software (Well Xplore®) to identify and characterize such deformations.

The objectives of this course are to review:

  • Formation and operational mechanisms leading to wellbore tubular deformations;
  • MFC tool configuration and data collection best practices;
  • Tubular deformation diagnosis and quantification using MFC analysis software; and
  • Erroneous data handling.

This course includes hands-on training with Well Xplore®, a software developed by C-FER for the interactive evaluation of casing deformations using MFC logs.

Who Should Attend:

This course has been developed for well integrity, completion and production engineers and technologists in oil and gas, and cavern storage companies, the analysts in logging service companies, and related equipment manufacturers (e.g. MFC logging tool suppliers, wellbore tubular remediation companies).

You Will Learn

At the end of the course, attendees will gain an improved understanding and appreciation for:

  • Key considerations and 'best practices' involved in the tool configuration and data collection practices of MFCs;
  • How various formation movements can result in single and combined deformation modes (shear, collapse, buckling, parted, and burst tubulars);
  • Utilizing MFC logging tools and analysis software to visualize, characterize, and quantify deformations prior to executing repair or mitigation operations; and
  • Using MFC analysis software to provide Finite Element Analysis inputs for tubular deformation and geomechanics modelling.

C-FER reserves the right to cancel the course based on minimum registration requirements. Cancellation notices to registrants would be issued shortly after the early bird deadline and a full refund would be provided.

If you are unable to attend the course you registered for, a replacement can be sent or your registration can be moved forward to a future course. Refunds are only issued should C-FER cancel the course.

If you have questions, please email WellXplore@cfertech.com

Have questions about Wellbore Tubular Deformations: Characterization using Well Xplore® - Calgary, Alberta, Canada - November 8, 2018? Contact C-FER Technologies (1999) Inc.

When & Where


Alberta Innovates
3608 - 33 ST NW
Calgary, AB T2L 2A6
Canada

Thursday, 8 November 2018 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (MST)


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C-FER Technologies (1999) Inc.

C-FER Technologies works with operating companies to push the limits of current engineering constraints to improve performance in existing assets, and to develop challenging new resources.

Using applied research and development, and the latest analysis methods and testing systems, C-FER is helping operators:

- optimize their operations by identifying and implementing the best technologies and procedures,
- track their performance and understand the factors that affect their operations,
- manage their risk through identifying and evaluating the best risk-reduction options,
- simulate environments in C-FER’s full-scale testing facility to improve their equipment performance before going into the field,
- investigate and analyze failures to ensure failures don’t happen again, and
- qualify designs and choose the best equipment for their application.

C-FER’s Edmonton facility is a unique, world-class full-scale testing laboratory that can simulate almost any operating environment.

C-FER’s employees are recognized industry leaders in the areas of drilling and completions, production operations, pipeline design and construction, and pipeline integrity management. In addition to working for individual clients, C-FER is known for organizing and managing joint industry projects to help address industry-wide issues.

 

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