HPHT

News
July 28, 2022
Aquaterra Energy has been awarded a high-pressure high temperature subsea riser contract with oil and gas operator, Umid Babek Operating Company (UBOC), for the exploration of its HP well on the Babek project in Azerbaijan.
News
June 27, 2022
BiSN, a supplier of sealing solutions and technology to the global oil and gas industry, announced that it has completed its 300th deployment, helping operators around the world to effectively solve common downhole flow issues.
News
May 03, 2022
TechnipFMC has been awarded an additional contract and received notice to proceed by ExxonMobil affiliate Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited for its Yellowtail development in the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana.
Article
October 2021
High temperatures, high pressures and/or abrasive formations can make for unmanageable conditions. A proprietary MWD technology has been developed to endure harsher downhole environments than previous measurement logging tools.
News
January 28, 2021
Neptune Energy and its joint venture partners bp and JAPEX, announced drilling has commenced on the Seagull project in the UK Central North Sea.
Article
January 2021
In the developing world of offshore drilling in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, leaders in well control containment technology must be innovative to keep pace with drillers in the region.
Article
August 2019
Completion system capabilities continue to advance, as the industry targets deeper formations in developing unconventional plays.
Article
August 2019
As operators search for reserves in challenging HPHT environments, new technology is required to support these projects. An innovative expandable liner hanger, which offers a gas-tight metal-to-metal sealing system, is capable of superior hanging capacity for installing casing strings of various lengths.
Article
June 2019
New valves and piping designs mitigate the detrimental effects of HPHT conditions and extreme pressure drops, as well as severe erosion and caustic environments.
Article
February 2019
To navigate continually changing HPHT design and regulatory requirements, a collaborative approach is required. The team is qualifying a 20,000-psi rated BOP. Engineers are hopeful that the HPHT design process will reach the same level of standardization as today’s 15,000-psi equipment, after completion of this and similar qualification efforts.
Article
January 2018
Calculating the collapse strength of casing installed in HPHT wells is challenging due to the complexity of the casing’s geometrical and mechanical properties, as well as the loading conditions that can impact overall performance.
Article
January 2017
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