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2.

Completion
3.
Introduction
1 References
Acknowledgments
Well Construction 54
Equipment
and Completion Design
CONTENTS
85
Summary 85 References

2.1
3.1 WellWellhead,
The Construction
Tubing Hanger, and
1. 3.2
2.2
Introduction
Tubulars and Well
Types of Completion Control Fundamentals
3.3 Tubular Connections
3.4 Production Liners
3.5 Wireline Entry Guides
3.6 Liner Top Seal Assembly
3.7 Fluid Loss Control Valves
3.8 Landing Nipple
3.9 Flow Couplings and Blast Joints
3.10 Production Packers
3.11 Packer Setting
3.12 Packer-to-Tubing Connection
3.13 Chemical Injection Mandrels
3.14 Downhole Pressure and Temperature Gauges
3.15 Sliding Sleeves
3.16 Ported Nipples
3.17 Inflow Valves (Intelligent Completions)
3.18 Side Pocket Mandrels
3.19 Subsurface Safety Valves
3.20 Lubricator Valves
3.21 Control Lines
5.
6.
Control Line Clamps 134
vi Completion,
Well BarriersWorkover, and Intervention Fluids
Flanges,References
Ring Gaskets, and Seals (API 6A) 183 References 186
214 References
Alternatives to Brine 215
5.1
6.1 Defining Well Barriers and Well Barrier Elements
Introduction
4. 6.2
Well Control
5.2 Barrier Surface Equipment
Classification
Brine Selection
6.3
5.3
4.1 Barrier
Brine Testing
Density
Introduction
6.4
5.4
4.2 Inflow Testing
Crystallization
The Blow Temperature
Out Preventer Stack
6.5
5.5
4.3 Nonconformance
Safety
Routine and
Testing With
of Barrier
the Environment
Blow Policy
Out Prevention Equipment
4.4 Kill and
5.6 Brine Choke Lines and the Choke Manifold
Compatibility
4.5
5.7 Chokes
Brine Clarity and Solids Content
4.6 Gate Valves
5.8 Brine Filtration
4.7 Annular Preventers
5.9 Fluid Loss Control
4.8 Ram Preventers
5.10 How Much Brine Is Needed?
4.9 Blow Out Preventer Control System
4.10 In Pipe Shut-Off Devices
4.11 Mud Gas Separator
4.12 Fluid Storage
7.
8.
9.
Well 6.6 Schematics
Contents
Well
Wireline
Pumping 225 Referencesin
Barrier Requirements
Kill, Operations
Barrier Kick
and Stimulation 234Well Shut-In
Detection, Subhydrostatic
and Reservoirs
Completion and Workover: Well Control Contingencies 342 References 359
6.7 Well Intervention Well Control Barriers
7.1of
8.1
9.1
The Price Getting It Wrong
Introduction
Pumping
Wireline 390 References
Equipment
Interventions 391
in Live Wells
6.8
Well Control Hydraulic
During Live Workover (Snubbing)
Well Wireline Unit:
Interventions Live
457 480
Well Operations
References
9.2
7.2
8.2 The Wire and
Workover
Temporary Intervention
High Well Kill Planning
Pressure Lines
9.3
7.3
8.3 Wireline
Well Kill: Surface
Pumping Reverse Equipment
Circulation
Operations
9.4
7.4 Wireline Downhole
Non-Circulating Kill:Equipment
BullheadDuring Pumping and Stimulation O
8.4 Well Control Considerations
9.5
7.5 WellLaws
Gas Control During Wireline Interventions
8.5 Operationand Gas Behavior
Specific Well Integrity and Well Control Concerns
7.6 Procedure for Controlling Gas Migration
7.7 Lubricate-and-Bleed
7.8 Causes and Detection of Kicks
7.9 Kick Detection
7.10 Minimizing the Influx
7.11 Shut-In Procedures
7.12 Regaining Well Control Following a Kick
10. Well
11.
12.
13.
VIII Coiled
Subsea
Hydraulic
Control
Tubing
Completion
Workover
During 542
Well Control
and
Well
(Snubbing)
Intervention
Test
Well Control and Emergency ProceduresOperations
Operation
References Riser
555 Systems
Why Well Control Matters 630 References 631

10.1 andIntroduction
11.1
12.1
13.1
Emergencies Contingency Plans 676 References 680

11.2
10.2
12.2
13.2 Hydraulic
Coiled
Subsea Workover
Tubing
IndustryBlow Operations
Equipment
Standards
Out Preventer and Marine Riser Systems
11.3
10.3
12.3
13.3 Hydraulic
Well
Subsea Workover
Control Units: The Advantages
Equipment
Offloading
Wellhead and Clean-Up
Systems
11.4
10.4
12.4 Rig Up
The
Well Configuration:
Injector
Test An Overview
Head Equipment
Surface
10.5
11.5 Downhole
Hydraulic Tools andUnit
Workover the Coiled Tubing Bottom Hole Assembl
12.5 Well Testing: Downhole Equipment
10.6 Coiled Tubing Operations
11.6
12.6 Well Control
Drill Stem and
Test Well Control Equipment
Components
10.7 General Coiled Tubing Operating Guidelines
11.7
12.7 Operational
Well Testing Planning
Operationsand Procedures
11.8 Well Control and Contingency Procedures
Contents
Subsea 716 References
Intervention and Workover Control Systems
14. Well
13.4 Control During
Subsea Well Subsea Completion
Construction
Wireline Operations: Well Control Procedures
and 721
784
Workover
Reference 788
13.5 Wellhead Integrity
14.1 Subsea Well Control
13.6
14.2 Subsea
Shut-In Trees
Procedure
13.7
14.3 Subsea
Shut-In Tree Riser Systems
Procedures Whilst Running or Pulling a Completion
14.4 Pre-workover: Planned Well Kill
14.5 Subsea Interventions
14.6 Rigging Up Using a Coiled Tubing Lift Frame
14.7 Wellbore Access: Horizontal Trees
14.8 Wellbore Access: Vertical Trees
14.9 Well Control During Subsea Intervention Operations
14.10 Intervention Riser Disconnect
14.11 Additional Well Control and Well Integrity Considerations fo
Operations
14.12 Coiled Tubing Operations
14.13 Stimulation Operations: Working With Frac Boats
14.14 Well Testing Operations

15. Subsea Wireline Lubricator Interventions

15.1 Mono-Hull Intervention Vessels


15.2 The Derrick
15.3 Subsea Intervention Lubricator Systems
15.4 Operations With the Subsea Lubricator
15.5 Lubricator Deployment
15.6 Wireline Well Entry

Index