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    I have an idea.

    I have an idea,I hope it find support.

    Every engineer will tell us about the problems that face him in the field(drilling,production,workover,operation and so on)and how he solve that problem.

    Practical problems and its solution can't be learned from books,only from the field.

    So he can benefit the others especially students like me.
    I hope to find support for my idea.

    El Sayed Raafat
    4th year,petroleum engineering dep.,Suez,Egypt.
    spower2free@yahoo.com



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  3. great idea really i appreciate. I hope not only about problems, we should be discussing abt various engineering aspects and methods on different different fields. I hope if we have something like online plae or live chat that would be better.

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  12. Hi

    Hi, I'm a student of P.E. too, of 5 year. It's a great idea but I advice u that you need to live this xperiences personally, because learning by web is useful but is nothing compared with field xperiences. Of course missing n falling first times.
    I've a little xperience, 4 months with British Petroleum, but I feel that it are equal in importance with my 5 years at University. Try to enter in a major company or a services company before graduating, good luck with your career.

    Regards


    PD: Also you can try with SPE's E-Mentoring program

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    Replu: I have an idea.

    I would recommend you to become SPE member and you can subscribe to SPE TIG (Technical Interest Group). A lot of people asked questions about their experience in their fields and many experienced hands replied how they solved or can be solved.

    You can check SPE TIG here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by spower View Post
    I have an idea,I hope it find support.

    Every engineer will tell us about the problems that face him in the field(drilling,production,workover,operation and so on)and how he solve that problem.

    Practical problems and its solution can't be learned from books,only from the field.

    So he can benefit the others especially students like me.
    I hope to find support for my idea.

    El Sayed Raafat
    4th year,petroleum engineering dep.,Suez,Egypt.
    spower2free@yahoo.com

  14. greetings,

    This what i faced in Mexico ,...

    Drilling @ 8000 ft, 6 1/8" hole, directional tool such Vortex (slb) and mwd set of tool, pdc bit, 220 gpm, 25 ft/hr ROP, 80 rpm, 18Klb WOB, 100 ppm of C1 and C2,....once we finish to drill one drill pipe stand and after circulate for 5 mins, shut the pumps to conect the next drill pipe stand, the drilling crew and mud logging unit detected an increase in the flow returns (with the pumps off!!) in the flow line and shale shakers. Inmediately the driller shut the well and register the SICP and SIDPP (with float valve in the string, using a Well control techniques to find out this reading)...as per readins we should increase the mud weight 0.7 ppg higher than the current mud weight. In the past we rised the mud weight to control the possible influx (induce possible fractures and lost circulations)...but that was a real mistake....we found out a problem called BALLONING.....due high mud flows in the well (gpm) and small pressure window (PP, bottom pressure, ECD and fracture pressure was so close!) we induce small fractures while drilling and/or circulating, some drilling mud was lost into the formation (this lost was not properly recorded by the mud logging unit and rig instruments in the mud tanks/flow line) after finish drilling/circulating and shut the pumps off
    , there was flow coming from the well (possible influx) but this mud flowing from the well was approximately the same quantitive of mud lost while drilling!.....after a couple of well with the same behaviour, we decided to decrease the GPM while drilling/circulating to 140 gpm (enough to evacuate the cuttings and cool off the bit) and keep the other drilling parameter,..the result..no more well control procedures for non influx ....

    if anyone wants more information about this problem, just e-mail me...this is a wide subject and deserve more than 10 lines....regards my friends.

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    Thank´s for sharing with us your experience

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