Well Engineering and Construction by H. Rabia

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It is my aim that the methods presented in this chapter can be used directly in well designs and field operations with little modifications. Although, there is a great deal of maths required to explain some of the ideas presented here, the chapter gives the minimum amount of mathematical derivations to keep the book practical. 0 . . . F. ORMATION . . . . . . NTEGRITY . . . . . T. ESTS ............................................

Large scale gauges of various ratings to cover the expected pressure range of the proposed test should be mounted on a small bore manifold on the cement unit. (ii) The cement pumps should always be used in preference to the mud pumps when conducting an FIT. (b) Preparation 56 Well Engineering & Construction FIT Procedural Guidelines TOC Previous Next . . . . . ..... F O R M A T I O N I N T E G R I T Y TE S T S The casing is usually tested when the cement plug is bumped to a value dependent on the maximum surface pressure expected when a kick is taken during the drilling of the next hole section or the wellhead flowing pressure for a production casing, see Chapter 5.

11. A. (1973) "Offshore Fracture Gradient". Journal of Petroleum Technology. August 910-914. 0 EXERCISES ............................................................................. 1. Write down the equation for calculating the hydrostatic pressure of mud when a. mud density is in ppg. b. mud gradient in psi/ft 2. Define: normal pressure and abnormal pressure 3. Calculate the overburden gradient for a well having a bulk density of 15 ppg at 5000 ft TVD if: a. the well is a land well b. the well is an offshore well with a water depth of 1000 ft (actual penetration is 4000 ft) and RKB (rotary table) to MSL (mean sea level) is 60 ft.

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