Collaboration enables successful anti-collision monitoring while batch drilling 16-inch surface sections on offshore platformDownload PDF
Form a plan to exit a conductor pipe partition system (CPPS) with a BHA
Exiting a conductor pipe partition system (CPPS) with a directional bottomhole assembly (BHA) was critical for field development of a multiwell platform offshore Indonesia. This would ensure optimum use of the existing platform to reduce well time. Detailed job planning and collaboration between the operator and Halliburton Sperry Drilling helped to enable a flawless CPPS exit and drill additional surface holes.
The plan included several steps, as follows:
Halliburton Sperry Drilling provided support to the operator in job planning, coordinating, and executing the CPPS exit, working alongside well planners and directional drillers on the rig—from the start of the project to completion of the second leg. Under the same contract, six wells were drilled safely using this CPPS exit procedure, maximizing asset value for the operator.
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