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SIDE-ENTRY

DRILLING PROGRAM

WELL 56B -BK2


J/U RIG PVDRILLING II

August 2017

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION I WELL DATA AND GEOLOGY, LOGGING PROGRAM,

Page 4 HOLE PROBLEMS, DRILLING CURVE

SECTION II
WELL PROFILE, DIRECTIONAL DRILLING
Page 27

WHIPSTOCK BHA,

SECTION III DRILLING PARAMETERS,

Page 35 BIT SPECIFICATIONS,

DRILLING BHA

SECTION IV APPROVED RUSSIAN PROGRAM FOR POOH WITH OLD


PRODUCTION STRING AND PREPARATION HOLE,
Page 45
SIDE-ENTRY DRILLING PROCEDURES

SECTION V
DRILLING MUD PROGRAM
Page 69

SECTION VI
CASING AND CEMENTING PROGRAM
Page 92

SECTION VII
ANTI- COLLISION PROCEDURE
Page 128

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SECTION I:

WELL DATA AND GEOLOGY,


LOGGING PROGRAM,
HOLE PROBLEMS,
DRILLING CURVE

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WELL DATA,
WELL 56 B-BK2

Well Name 56 B – BK2

Area Southern shelf of Vietnam


Field Name White Tiger, Block 09

Classification Production Well

Well Objectives Basement

Operator VIETSOVPETRO, VIETNAM


Drilling Contractor PV DRILLING Co., VIETNAM

Drilling Unit Jack-up Rig “PVDRILLING II”


Well Type Directional, multi-profile

Proposed Total Depth 3,687 m MD (3,149 m TVD)

Side track Depth 1,710 m MD (1,585 m TVD)

Departure from Wellhead 1669.0 m @ TD


Max Inclination 39.05 deg at 1,945 m MD

Vertical section Azimuth 47.67 deg


8½” Hole MWD while drilling
Survey
6” Hole N/A
Water Depth 49 m

Rotary Table Elevation 48.7 m

RKB to Mud Line 98.7 m

Total Days for Well 36.0 days

Total Days for Drilling and Casing and Cementation 19.5 days
Overall Drilling Speed 3,042 m/month.unit

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PROFILE OF WELL 56 B-BK2

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LITHOLOGIC CHARACTER CROSS-SECTION


OF THE WELL 56 B-BK2

Tab 4.2
Stratigraphic

Interval, (m) Formation Rock


column
Index

The standard description of the rock : full name, typical signs


From To Short % in (Structure, texture, mineral content, etc.)
(Top) (Bottom) Name interval

Sand 60 Psammitic, horizontal, quartz found glauconite, pyrite, pelitic, horizontal, abundance of debris
N2 + Q 99 983
Clay 40 sinks.
Sand 65
N13 983 1,534 Species described above, may increase sandy material
Clay 35
Sand 65
N12 1,534 2,585 Species described above, may increase sandy material
Clay 35
Sandstone 35
N11 2,585 3,509 Psammitic and silty, horizontal, quartz, feldspars. Pelitic, horizontal and mica.
Shale 65
Sandstone 30 Psammite and siltstone horizon and oblique quartz pelitic, horizon. And oblique kaolinist
E32 3,509 3,640
Shale 70 feldspar. Mica The carbonaceous propellants shale in places from the grains. Spinks.
In the range of 20-25 m above the top of the foundation there is a high probability of
MZ 3,640 3,687 Granite 100
weathered sedimentary rocks. The rocks are massive fractured.

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LITOLOGIC STRATIGRAPHIC CHARACTER


OF CROSS-SECTIONS,
WELL 56 B-BK2
Tab 4.1

Stratigraphic Elements of sections at


Section Depth
Subdivision bottom of formation Cavity
Coefficient of
From To Inclination Azimuth interval
Name Index
(Top) (Bottom) (Grad) (Grad)

99 983 Q + Pliocene N2+ Q 1-2 - 1.30-1.36

Upper
983 1,534 N13 2-3 - 1.25 - 1.29
Miocene
Middle
1,534 2,585 N12 3-8 - 1.23 - 1.27
Miocene
Lower
2,585 3,641 N11 8 - 10 - 1.21 - 1.24
Miocene

3,641 3,687 Basement MZ - - 1.05-1.11

Note: - Cavity Coefficient to be adjusted on the Caliper Log.

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PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE AT CROSS-SECTION OF THE WELL 56 B-BK2

Tab 4.8
Gradient Pressure Temperature at
stratigraphic

Interval, (m) the end of


column
Index

Formation Pore Formation Fracture Rock interval


kgf/сm2 per m kgf/сm2 per m kgf/сm2 per m kgf/сm2 per m 0
From To С
From To From To From To From To
99 400 0.080 0.100 0.080 0.100 0.130 0.130 0.205 0.210 Grad= 2.8 – 3.0
N2+Q 400 983 0.080 0.100 0.080 0.100 0.155 0.160 0.205 0.210 Тemp= 49 - 51
At 983 m
983 1,534 0.080 0.100 0.080 0.100 0.155 0.160 0.205 0.210 Grad = 2.8 – 3.0
N12 + N13 1,534 2,585 0.080 0.100 0.080 0.100 0.155 0.160 0.205 0.210 Тemp = 86 - 90
At 2,585 m
Grad = 2.8 – 3.0
N 1
1 2,585 3,509 0.080 0.100 0.080 0.100 0.155 0.160 0.210 0.220 Тemp = 106 - 112
At 3,509 m
Grad = 2.8 – 3.0
E32 3,509 3,640 0.125 0.128 0.125 0.128 0.166 0.168 0.225 0.235 Тemp = 109 - 115
At 3,640 m
Grad = 3.0 – 3.2
MZ
3,640 3,687 0.080 0.090 0.080 0.090 0.155 0.160 0.250 0.260 Тemp = 116 - 122
At 3,687 m

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ELECTRICAL LOGGING PROGRAM,


WELL 56 B-BK2
Tab 4.16

At interval
Measureme
nt conditions
Geophysical studies Note
From To

In open hole Mudlogging from 1,710m to 3,687m


1,710 3,687
“D” exponent from 3,164m to 3,687m. 9⅝” casing Wall Thickness Log
Q + Pliocene
will be conducted after drilling
+ Miocene + 1,710 3,640 M-Karat to the Well TD.
Oligocene +
Basement 3,640 3,687 GR DLL PS INCL BHC

1,710 3,640 GR DSN


In cased hole
1,520 3,687 GR / CBL / VDL

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CORING AND SAMPLING PROGRAM,


WELL 56 B-BK2

No Coring or Cutting Sampling Program for this Well

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PERFORATION PROGRAM,
WELL 56 B-BK2

No Perforation program will be conducted.

The production kick will be at the MZ horizon (3,460 - 3,487 m MD) in sea water or at
discretion of VSP Geology Department.

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HOLE PROBLEMS AT OTHER DRILLED WELLS NEARBY THE WELL 56 B-BK2


Tab 4. 26
Interval with
Index
Well #
Field

hole problems Mud weight


stratigr. Type of Hole Problem (g/cm3)
From To column

1345 1436 N12 Overpull on wiper trip at 1436-1433м, 1394-1386м 1.11


330 2150 N2 +N12 While drilling 2139-2150м downhole losses at 1.5-2м3/hr 1.12
2000 2184 N12 While drilling 2150-2184м and wireline logging downhole losses at 1.5-2м3/hr 1.13
750 2180 N13 +N12 RIH with 13-3/8” casing to 2180м, circ, downhole losses at 1.5-2м3/hr 1.13
2307 2796 N11 Overpull on wiper trip at 2307м to 10-15 mt 1.16
2558 2747 N11 While drilling 2558-2747м Gas max 0.05-0.07% 1.17
Overpull on wiper trip at 2316м to 10 mt; While drilling 2787-2839м Gas max
2316 2969 N11 1.22
1.5-3.5%; at 2839-2969м Gas max 7.5% -12.5%
While drilling 2969-3070м Gas max 3.5%. Overpull on wiper trip at 2389м to
White Tiger

2180 3070 N11 10mt and no hung up point on RIH to 2874m. During logging 2600-2180, tool was 1.21
БТ-204

stuck at 2563м
3070 3175 N11 +E32 While drilling 3070-3175м Gas max 4.5%, raise MW from 1.21sg to 1.28sg 1.28
While drilling 3175-3255м Gas max 1.0-2.2%. Overpull on wiper trip at 3000м to
2900 3255 N11 +E32 1.30
10-15mt required backreaming 3255-2900м;
While drilling 3255-3258м, at 3258м torque increased, pressure dropped, lost
circulation, worked string to 194 mt (37 mt o/pull), no movement, pumped 18 м3
3255 3258 E32 1.32
rice husk pill 40 кг/м3and 25.6м3 of displacement, no circulation, worked string to
111-245т and jarring 15 times up, no result, total loss per day 116м3
While reaming down to 3206м (w/ circ) and back reaming 3206-3035м total
3035 3206 N11 +E32 1.30
downhole losses per day 130м3, Gas max 99% for 15min
Overpull while pooh 2900-2755м, losses at 0.5-2.4м3/hr, total losses per day 35м3,
550 2900 N2 +N11 1.26
Gas max 99% in 1.45hr while reaming down 2717-2800м
2180 3254 N11 +E32 while reaming down 3029-3246м, Gas max 99%; circ at 3254м Gas max 4-50% 1.29

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While drilling 2807-2995м, circulation prior to connection Gas 18%/1min at


1
2807 2995 N1 2813м, 13%/1min at 2815м, 13%/1min at 2830м, 49%/1min at 2845м, 3-24% for 1.21
5min at 2905м
2836 2858 N11 Pooh to 2858м with overpull and required back reaming to 2836м 1.21
2500 2995 N11 Overpull on wiper trip 2995-2300м, 2933-2890м, 2782-2775м, 2515-2500м to 20t 1.22
3075 3300 E32 Drilled 3268-3300м; on POOH at 3075м overpull to 15 mt 1.35
3
White Tiger

While drilling 3358-3367м downhole losses 2м /5min at 3367м, puuled to 3354м


БТ-202 Б

1 2
3132 3367 N1 +E3 and circ at 15л/s losses 1.2м3/5min, at 13л/s losses 1.2м3/5min, at 8л/s losses 1.35
1.05м3/5min. RIH to 3132м hung up to 10т and o/pull to 20т
RIH and reamed down 2990-3278м, at 3226м torque and pressure increased, string
2990 3278 N11 +E32 became stuck with no movement, lost circulation; bttm’s up gas at 3235м 1.36
38%/20min and 70%/5min; bttm’s up gas at 3261м 80% for 10min
2986 3365 N11 +E32 Circulated at 3365м Gas max 10% for 30min 1.36
2170 2244 N12 Overpull to 14 mt on Pooh from 2244м to 2170м 1.095
3
Бурение в 2706-2893м, поглошение 28.6 м /ч на 2892м; промывка на 2892м
2706 2892 N11 1.18
(25л/сек, 71атм) поглощ 9.5м3/час и поглощ 6.3м3/час при 15л/сек, 38атм.
Rih 500-2964м, pipe stuck at 2962м; Pooh 2909м-2213м with overpull to 10 mt at
2010 2964 N11 2744м, 2737м, 2597м, 2575м; Rih 2010-2235м, pumped 7м3 of LCM pill, losses at 1.18
2.4 м3/hr.
Rih to 2239м, losses at 2.4 м3/hr; reamed down 2817-2874м losses at 19м3/hr,
2239 2817 N11 1.16
White Tiger

pumped 5м3 of LCM pill losses at 6.4 м3/hr; Pooh 2817-2239м losses at 0.3 м3/hr.
БТ-205

Rih 2789-2883м (circ at 30l/s, 58atm) losses at 76.3 м3/hr; at 15l/s, 17atm losses
2789 2883 N11 1.16
at 36.9 м3/hr
Reamed down 2760-2904м (w/ 15 l/s, 23 atm, 100 rpm) losses at 22м3/hr; Pooh
2904-2236м w/ overpull to 9 mt at 2866м, 2797м. While back reaming w/ 5 l/s,10
2760 2966 N11 atm, 80 rpm losses at 1.7м3/hr. Reamed down 2798 - 2966м losses at 15.2 м3/hr 1.16
w/ 15 l/s, at 10 l/s - losses at 9.5м3/hr; at 5 l/s - losses at 3.2м3/hr; Pooh 2966 -
2800м with overpull to 14 mt at 2930м, 2913м
Rih 2236-2498м losses at 0.85м3/hr; reamed down 2498-2966м losses at 0.8м3/hr,
2236 2966 N11 1.16
at 15 l/s, 25 atm losses at 4.6м3/hr at 2966м and sloed down to 2.8м3/hr

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Reamed down 2750м-2966м w/10 l/s, 20 atm, 80 rpm losses at 3.5м3/hr. Drilled
1
2750 2985 N1 2966-2985м losses at 1.3м3/hr; circ at 2985м losses at 4.7м3/hr; Pooh 2900м- 1.16
2200м losses at 0.7м3/hr.
Pooh 2200-0м losses at 0.64м3/hr; reamed down 2924-2985м w/ 12 l/s, 26 atm
2924 3000 N11 losses at 4 м3/hr. Drilled 2985-2989м losses at 4м3/hr at 15 l/s, 31 atm. Drilled 1.16
2989-3000м losses at 2-2.5м3/hr w/ 13.2 l/s, 26 atm
Drilled 3000-3052м, losses at 1.5-3.0м3/hr, Pooh 3052 - 2980м w/ overpull to 10
2980 3052 N11 1.15
mt at 2980м
Drilled 3052-3080м losses at 1.5-2.7м3/hr at 3080м; Pooh 3080-3067м w/ overpull
3052 3080 N11 1.15
to 10 mt at 3067м
Pooh to 2234м (csg shoe), circulated 30 min losses at 0.5м3/hr. Reamed down
2234 2799 N11 2298-2558м w/10÷30 l/s, 60 rpm losses at 2.8м3/hr. At 2799м circulated w/ 4 l/s 1.15
losses at 10м3/hr; Pumped out 2799-2618м at 2 l/s w/ overpull 10 mt
Reamed down 2590-2799м w/ 10 l/s losses at 1.5м3/hr. Cont reaming down 2799-
2498 2858 N11 2858м losses at 20м3/hr, at 2 l/s л/s losses at 7м3/ч; circulated at 2760м w/ 16 l/s 1.15
losses at 3м3/hr. Pooh 2760-2498м w/ overpull to 10 mt at 2565м
Reamed down to 2850м losses at 0.5 м3/ч; Pooh to 2840м, circ at 12 l/s losses at
4.5м3/hr. Pooh to 2586м, overpull 10 mt at 2818м. While circ w/ 12 l/s – 21 atm, 1.15
2586 2850 N11
18 l/s – 31 atm, 26 l/s – 43 atm losses at 2м3/hr to 0м3/hr in 30min. Circulated at
White Tiger

40 l/s while reaming down 2586-2597м losses at 2м3/hr


БТ-205

2876 2878 N11 Circulated w/ 12 l/s losses at 20м3/hr 1.15

Reamed down 2800-2801м w/15 l/s, 25 atm losses at 28м3/hr; w/ 4 l/s, 8.5 losses 1.16
2800 2906 N11
at 8м3/hr; circulated 2801-2906м losses at 3.5÷1м3/hr.
Reamed down 2906÷2910м losses at 3.5÷0м3/hr. Pooh 2910÷2700м w/ overpull 10
mt at 2860м, 2797м; Rih 2852÷2865м losses at 3м3/hr; Pooh 2910÷2690м w/
2700 2910 N11 1.15
overpull 10 mt at 2801м, 2910м; pumped 4.5м3 HV pill and circulated w/ 10 l/s
losses at 2м3/hr
Circulated 10÷20 l/s, 38 atm at 2879-2910м losses at 2м3/hr, pumped 5м3 LCM
2879 2910 N11 1.15
and circulated w/ 20 l/s losses at 1÷0 м3/hr
Rih 2236÷2862м, reamed down 2862-2910м w/ 27 l/s, 47 atm losses at 9м3/hr;
2236 2915 N11 1.15
Pooh 2915-2237м, overpull to 8 mt at 2565м
2882 3080 E32 Reamed down 2882-3080м w/ 28 l/s, 168 atm, 60 rpm, losses at 21м3/hr at 3080м. 1.24

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Pooh 3040÷3007м overpull to 10 mt, back reamed 3007÷2882м w/ 4 l/s, 14 atm


losses at 14.3м3/hr; reamed down 2882м-3080м w/18 l/s, 79atm losses at
2882 3040 E32 1.22
15.3м3/hr, w/14 l/s, 60atm losses at 7.3м3/hr, w/21.7l/s, 94atm losses at 9.5м3/hr,
w/23.7l/s, 112atm losses at 23.8м3/hr
2720 2910 E32 Circ at 2910м w/14l/s, 35atm losses at 2.8м3/hr; Pooh to 2720м losses at 2.0м3/hr 1.22
Drilled 3080-3099м, raised MW from 1.22sg to 1.24sg, at 3098м w/ 25l/s losses at
3000 3099 E32 23.8м3/hr, w/ 16l/s losses at 20.9м3/hr, w/ 12l/s losses at 14.3м3/hr, w/ 10l/s 1.24
losses at 7.9м3/hr; Pooh 3099-3000м, at 3035м overpull to 11 mt
3099 3144 E32 Drilled 3099-3144м, at 3144м w/ 16l/s losses at 8.7м3/hr 1.24
3
Бурение 3144÷3174м, на 3174 при 18л/сек поглощение 8.0м /ч, 15л/сек c
3000 3174 E32 закачка 3м3 LCM pill поглощение 6.0м3/час; подъем ин-та c 3162÷ 3000м, на 1.23
3124м затяжка до 9тн; промывка на 3000м, 15л/сек-65атм поглощение 8.8м3/ч
Circulated at 3040м w/ 15l/s-68atm losses at 6.4м3/hr; reamed down 3084÷3174м
3040 3206 E32 w/15l/s, 67atm, 60rpm losses at 4÷5м3/hr; drilled 3174÷3206м w/15l/s, 70atm 1.24
losses at 1÷1.5м3/hr.
3133 3206 E32 Pooh 3206÷3133м overpull to 12 mt at 3190м 1.24
3206 3235 E32 Drilled from 3206м to 3235м, losses at 2.5м3/hr, gas 5 до10%, 1.27
3
Drilled 3235÷3236м, gas 0.5÷10%, at 3236м w/18l/s losses at 12.7м /hr, w/12l/s
2910 3236 E32 losses at 8.3м3/hr. Circulated at 2910м w/15l/s losses at 2.9м3/hr, w/12l/s losses at 1.27
2.9м3/hr, while circulating Gas max 23%; Rih 2910÷ 2938м, losses at 2.0м3/hr
Reamed down 2882-3236м, Gas max 24%; drilled 3236-3260м, gas 0.7÷0%; at
2882 3330 E32 1.27
3260÷3313м, gas 2.0%; at 3313-3330м gas max 1.7%
Drilled 3398-3402m gas 1.2%; Pooh 3402-2881м overpull to 13 mt at 3375, 3222,
2881 3402 E32 1.27
3110м
Pooh 3402-3390м, raised MW 1.295÷1.32sg, gas max 21.3%; Pooh 3402-3398м,
2881 3402 E32 1.32
overpull to 13 mt; Pooh 3402-2881м, reamed down 3394-3402м, gas max 15%
Drilled 3402-3427м, at 3427м losses at 1.9÷3.8м3/hr; Pooh 3433.5-3374м losses at
3374 3427 MZ SW
43м3/hr.
Drilled 2850 – 3083m, B/G gas 0.01-0.5%; gas max 24.45% at 2982m, 23.34 % at
-BK2 20 6
201B БТ-

WT 2850 3083 N11 1.18


3009m.
While drilling 2403-2545m on wiper trip 2545-1700м was hang up to 15 mt at
WT 2403 2545 N11 1.13
2425m, 2202m, 2072m.

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While drilling 3083- 3110м, Gas max 2,2% in 5min, B/G gas 0,5- 0,8%. Losses 2-3
3083 3122.4 N11 1.13
м3/hr. At 3122- 3122,4m Losses 3-5 м3/hr.
3122 3158 N11 While drilling 3122-3158m losses 3м3/hr. 1.12
3047 3144 N11 While drilling at 3095m Gas max 18,6%.
3144 3350 N11+E32 While drilling at 3325m Gas max 58.4%. 1.21
3350 3373 E32 While drilling 3350- 3373m losses 4м3/hr and gas max 7-22% at 3357- 3363m. 1.28
3376 3398 Mz While drilling 3376-3398 m Gas max 2.5% 1.05
709 – BК7

While drilling at 3400m losses 24м3/hr. At 3401-3403m lossses 2м3/hr. At 3408-


3398 3425 Mz 1.03
3425m losses 6м3/hr.
4523 4609 Mz While drilling 4523-4609m Gas max 0.3-0.5% 1.03
4609 4659 Mz While drilling 4609-4659m Gas max 0,3-0,5%. 1.03
4800 4869 Mz While drilling 4800- 4869m Gas max 2.5-9.5%. 1.05
4991 5060 Mz While drilling 4991-5060m Gas max 0.5-1%. 1.05
5125 5180 Mz While drilling 5125- 5180m Gas max 0.5-1%. 1.05
3078 3201 N11 While drilling 3078-3201m Gas max 5-8%. 1.22
1
3201 3350 N1 While drilling 3201м.-3350m Gas max 13% in 5 min 1.26
Wiper trip 3338 – 3173m tight spots at 3319, 3297, 3269m with o/pull to 15 mt. At
3350 E32 1.29
3280m hang up to 10 mt.
On reaming 3338- 3350m increased torque and SPP (big amount of shale caving at
3350 3416 E32+Mz shale shakers), gas max 5% in 5min and B/g gas 1-1,5%. While drilling at 3416m 1.30
705Б – БК7
White Tiger

losses 60м3/hr at FR 15l/s.


On reaming 3210-3367m big amount of shale caving at shale shakers, Gas max
3416 Mz 1.30
27% in 5min and B/G gas 1,5-8%.
On WT in hole, at.3065, 3126, 3232, 3278, 3357m hang up to 15 mt. Reamed
3416 Mz 1.34
3065-3082, 3126-3137, 3232-3250, 3278-3307, 3357-3410m gas max 2% in 5min
3416 Mz Reamed 3389 – 3410m Gas max 7,5% in 5min and B/G gas 1,5 - 2% 1.35
Circulated and conditioned mud at 3410m Gas max 25% in 10min and B/G gas 0,5-
3416 Mz 1.05
1,5%. Overpull at 3369m to 15 mt
3416 3431 MZ Drilled 3416 – 3431m Gas max 3,8% in 10min. Fr/ 3424m losses 10м3/hr at 15l/s. 1.03

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TIME PLAN,
WELL 56 B-BK2

Work Type Day

Total time for Well : 36.0

1. Skid rig : 0.5


2. R/u and preparation for drilling: 0.5
3. Preparation of the Well for side track drilling : 6.3
4. Open casing window : 2.2
5. Drilling of 8.5” section : 8.0
6. Logging : 3.0
7. 7” casing Liner running and cementation : 3.5
8. Drilling of 6” section : 2.0
9. Logging : 3.0
10. Run Completion and flow Well: 7.0

Total time for drilling, casing and cementation (day) : 19.5


Overall drilling speed (m/unit.month) : 3,042

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DRILLING CURVE OF THE WELL 56 B-BK2

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SECTION II:

WELL PROFILE,
DIRECTIONAL DRILLING

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VERTICAL PROFILE

WELL 56 B-BK2

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HORIZONTAL PROFILE,
WELL 56 B-BK2

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Well 56B-BK2 Proposal

Report Date: August 17, 2017 Survey / DLS Computation Method: Min Curvature / Lubinski
Client: Vertical Section Azimuth: 47.670°
Field: Bach Ho Vertical Section Origin: N 0.000 m, E 0.000 m
Structure / Slot: BK2 / Slot 56 TVD Reference Datum: RKB
Well: 56 TVD Reference Elevation: 49.0 m relative to MSL
Borehole: 56B Sea Bed / Ground Level Elevation: -50.000 m relative to MSL
UWI/API#: Magnetic Declination: -0.449°
Survey Name / Date: 56B Final / August 17, 2017 Total Field Strength: 41376.607 nT
Tort / AHD / DDI / ERD ratio: 82.226° / 1714.49 m / 5.734 / 0.544 Magnetic Dip: 4.975°
Grid Coordinate System: Offshore Vietnam - VSP, UTM, Meters Declination Date: August 16, 2017
Location Lat/Long: N 9 45 2.158, E 107 59 21.516 Magnetic Declination Model: IGRF 2005
Location Grid N/E Y/X: N 1078394.812 m, E 718195.622 m North Reference: Grid North
Grid Convergence Angle: +0.33704329° Total Corr Mag North -> Grid North: -0.786°
Grid Scale Factor: 1.00018930 Local Coordinates Referenced To: Well Head

Measured Vertical Closure Mag / Grav


Comments Inclination Azimuth TVD NS EW Closure DLS
Depth Section Azimuth Tool Face
(m) ( deg ) ( deg ) (m) (m) (m) (m) (m) ( deg ) deg/30 m ( deg )
Tie-In 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 73.00M
30.00 0.29 73.00 30.00 0.07 0.02 0.07 0.08 73.00 0.29 73.00M
60.00 0.58 73.00 60.00 0.27 0.09 0.29 0.30 73.00 0.29 73.00M
90.00 0.87 73.00 90.00 0.61 0.20 0.65 0.68 73.00 0.29 73.00M
120.00 1.15 73.00 119.99 1.09 0.35 1.16 1.21 73.00 0.29 73.00M

130.00 1.25 73.00 129.99 1.28 0.41 1.36 1.42 73.00 0.29 73.00M
150.00 1.50 73.00 149.98 1.72 0.55 1.82 1.90 73.00 0.37 73.00M
170.00 1.75 73.00 169.98 2.23 0.72 2.36 2.47 73.00 0.37 73.00M
180.00 2.38 73.00 179.97 2.55 0.83 2.70 2.82 73.00 1.88 73.00M
190.00 3.00 73.00 189.96 2.98 0.96 3.15 3.29 73.00 1.87 73.00M

210.00 3.50 73.00 209.93 4.00 1.29 4.23 4.43 73.00 0.75 73.00M
230.00 3.75 73.00 229.89 5.14 1.66 5.44 5.69 73.00 0.37 73.00M
240.00 3.37 73.00 239.87 5.71 1.85 6.04 6.31 73.00 1.12 73.00M
250.00 3.00 73.00 249.85 6.21 2.01 6.57 6.87 73.00 1.13 73.00M
270.00 2.50 73.00 269.83 7.08 2.29 7.49 7.83 73.00 0.75 73.00M

290.00 1.75 73.00 289.81 7.75 2.51 8.20 8.57 73.00 1.13 ---
300.00 1.75 73.00 299.81 8.02 2.60 8.49 8.88 73.00 0.00 ---
310.00 1.75 73.00 309.80 8.30 2.68 8.78 9.18 73.00 0.00 73.00M
330.00 2.00 73.00 329.79 8.89 2.88 9.41 9.84 73.00 0.37 73.00M
350.00 1.50 73.00 349.78 9.44 3.05 9.99 10.45 73.00 0.75 73.00M

360.00 1.12 73.00 359.78 9.65 3.12 10.21 10.68 73.00 1.13 73.00M
370.00 0.75 73.00 369.78 9.80 3.17 10.37 10.84 73.00 1.13 ---
390.00 0.75 73.00 389.78 10.03 3.25 10.62 11.10 73.00 0.00 73.00M
410.00 0.50 73.00 409.78 10.23 3.31 10.82 11.32 73.00 0.37 73.00M

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420.00 0.38 73.00 419.78 10.30 3.33 10.90 11.40 73.00 0.38 73.00M

430.00 0.25 73.00 429.78 10.35 3.35 10.95 11.45 73.00 0.37 ---
450.00 0.25 73.00 449.78 10.43 3.37 11.03 11.54 73.00 0.00 ---
460.00 0.25 73.00 459.78 10.47 3.39 11.08 11.58 73.00 0.00 ---
470.00 0.25 73.00 469.78 10.51 3.40 11.12 11.62 73.00 0.00 73.00M
480.00 0.50 73.00 479.78 10.57 3.42 11.18 11.69 73.00 0.75 73.00M

510.00 0.64 73.00 509.78 10.84 3.50 11.46 11.99 73.00 0.14 73.00M
535.00 0.75 73.00 534.77 11.11 3.59 11.75 12.29 73.00 0.14 73.00M
540.00 0.80 73.00 539.77 11.17 3.61 11.82 12.36 73.00 0.30 73.00M
560.00 1.00 73.00 559.77 11.45 3.70 12.12 12.67 73.00 0.30 73.00M
570.00 2.70 73.00 569.76 11.75 3.80 12.43 12.99 73.00 5.10 73.00M

585.00 5.25 73.00 584.73 12.69 4.10 13.42 14.03 73.00 5.10 14.34R
600.00 6.89 76.48 599.64 14.09 4.51 14.95 15.62 73.20 3.37 10.88R
610.00 8.00 78.00 609.56 15.22 4.80 16.22 16.91 73.51 3.37 5.53R
630.00 9.40 78.83 629.33 17.82 5.41 19.18 19.93 74.26 2.11 4.71R
635.00 9.75 79.00 634.26 18.53 5.57 20.00 20.76 74.45 2.11 7.42R

660.00 11.25 80.00 658.84 22.40 6.39 24.48 25.30 75.36 1.81 7.33L
685.00 13.00 79.00 683.28 26.86 7.35 29.64 30.54 76.07 2.11 6.68L
690.00 13.45 78.77 688.15 27.84 7.57 30.76 31.68 76.17 2.72 6.46L
710.00 15.25 78.00 707.52 32.10 8.57 35.62 36.63 76.47 2.72 71.70L
720.00 15.52 75.12 717.16 34.43 9.19 38.20 39.29 76.47 2.43 68.93L

735.00 16.00 71.00 731.60 38.11 10.38 42.09 43.35 76.15 2.43 9.90L
750.00 17.05 70.38 745.98 42.03 11.79 46.12 47.60 75.66 2.13 9.30L
760.00 17.75 70.00 755.52 44.79 12.80 48.93 50.58 75.34 2.13 HS
780.00 18.35 70.00 774.54 50.53 14.92 54.75 56.75 74.75 0.90 HS
785.00 18.50 70.00 779.28 51.99 15.46 56.24 58.33 74.63 0.90 HS

810.00 20.25 70.00 802.87 59.66 18.30 64.03 66.60 74.05 2.10 HS
835.00 21.50 70.00 826.22 67.90 21.35 72.40 75.48 73.57 1.50 14.63R
840.00 21.80 70.21 830.87 69.61 21.97 74.14 77.33 73.49 1.86 14.44R
860.00 23.00 71.00 849.36 76.62 24.50 81.33 84.94 73.23 1.86 HS
870.00 23.40 71.00 858.55 80.24 25.79 85.05 88.87 73.13 1.20 HS

885.00 24.00 71.00 872.29 85.78 27.75 90.75 94.90 73.00 1.20 18.89R
900.00 24.75 71.61 885.95 91.45 29.73 96.62 101.09 72.89 1.58 18.33R
910.00 25.25 72.00 895.01 95.30 31.05 100.63 105.31 72.85 1.58 14.57L
930.00 26.65 71.19 913.00 103.30 33.82 108.93 114.06 72.75 2.17 13.85L
935.00 27.00 71.00 917.46 105.37 34.55 111.07 116.32 72.72 2.17 25.23L

960.00 28.00 70.00 939.64 116.01 38.40 121.95 127.85 72.52 1.32 HS
985.00 28.25 70.00 961.68 126.92 42.43 133.02 139.63 72.31 0.30 HS
990.00 28.35 70.00 966.09 129.11 43.24 135.25 142.00 72.27 0.60 HS
1010.00 28.75 70.00 983.65 137.95 46.51 144.23 151.55 72.13 0.60 HS
1020.00 28.95 70.00 992.41 142.41 48.16 148.77 156.37 72.06 0.60 HS

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1035.00 29.25 70.00 1005.52 149.16 50.66 155.62 163.66 71.97 0.60 HS
1050.00 29.55 70.00 1018.59 155.97 53.18 162.54 171.02 71.88 0.60 HS
1060.00 29.75 70.00 1027.28 160.55 54.87 167.19 175.96 71.83 0.60 HS
1080.00 29.95 70.00 1044.62 169.76 58.27 176.54 185.91 71.73 0.30 HS
1085.00 30.00 70.00 1048.96 172.07 59.13 178.89 188.41 71.71 0.30 ---

1110.00 30.00 70.00 1070.61 183.63 63.40 190.64 200.90 71.60 0.00 ---
1135.00 30.00 70.00 1092.26 195.19 67.68 202.38 213.40 71.51 0.00 ---
1140.00 30.00 70.00 1096.59 197.51 68.53 204.73 215.90 71.49 0.00 ---
1160.00 30.00 70.00 1113.91 206.76 71.95 214.13 225.90 71.43 0.00 45.65L
1170.00 30.20 69.60 1122.56 211.40 73.69 218.84 230.91 71.39 0.85 45.30L

1185.00 30.50 69.00 1135.50 218.45 76.37 225.93 238.48 71.32 0.85 46.07L
1200.00 30.80 68.40 1148.41 225.58 79.14 233.05 246.12 71.24 0.86 45.55L
1210.00 31.00 68.00 1156.99 230.39 81.05 237.82 251.25 71.18 0.86 90.43L
1230.00 31.00 67.20 1174.13 240.08 84.98 247.34 261.53 71.04 0.62 89.74L
1235.00 31.00 67.00 1178.42 242.51 85.98 249.71 264.10 71.00 0.62 64.62L

1260.00 31.25 66.00 1199.82 254.74 91.13 261.56 276.98 70.79 0.69 64.78L
1285.00 31.50 65.00 1221.16 267.13 96.53 273.41 289.95 70.55 0.69 HS
1290.00 31.55 65.00 1225.43 269.62 97.63 275.78 292.55 70.50 0.30 HS
1310.00 31.75 65.00 1242.45 279.64 102.07 285.29 303.00 70.31 0.30 HS
1320.00 31.95 65.00 1250.95 284.68 104.30 290.07 308.25 70.22 0.60 HS

1335.00 32.25 65.00 1263.65 292.29 107.67 297.29 316.19 70.09 0.60 HS
1350.00 32.40 65.00 1276.33 299.94 111.06 304.56 324.18 69.97 0.30 HS
1360.00 32.50 65.00 1284.77 305.07 113.33 309.43 329.53 69.89 0.30 HS
1380.00 33.10 65.00 1301.58 315.41 117.90 319.25 340.32 69.73 0.90 HS
1385.00 33.25 65.00 1305.76 318.02 119.06 321.73 343.05 69.69 0.90 HS

1410.00 34.25 65.00 1326.55 331.28 124.93 334.31 356.89 69.51 1.20 114.43L
1435.00 34.00 64.00 1347.24 344.70 130.97 346.97 370.87 69.32 0.74 132.40L
1440.00 33.90 63.80 1351.39 347.38 132.20 349.48 373.65 69.28 0.90 132.24L
1460.00 33.50 63.00 1368.03 358.06 137.16 359.40 384.69 69.11 0.90 LS
1470.00 33.30 63.00 1376.38 363.37 139.66 364.31 390.16 69.02 0.60 LS

1485.00 33.00 63.00 1388.94 371.28 143.39 371.62 398.32 68.90 0.60 LS
1500.00 32.40 63.00 1401.56 379.10 147.07 378.84 406.38 68.78 1.20 LS
1510.00 32.00 63.00 1410.02 384.24 149.49 383.58 411.68 68.71 1.20 90.00L
TOC #178mm 1520.00 32.00 62.60 1418.50 389.35 151.91 388.30 416.95 68.63 0.64 90.25L
1530.00 32.00 62.20 1426.98 394.48 154.36 392.99 422.22 68.56 0.64 89.92L

1535.00 32.00 62.00 1431.22 397.04 155.60 395.33 424.85 68.52 0.64 167.58L
1560.00 29.75 61.00 1452.68 409.50 161.72 406.61 437.59 68.31 2.77 63.78R
1585.00 30.00 62.00 1474.36 421.59 167.66 417.55 449.96 68.12 0.67 LS
1590.00 29.80 62.00 1478.69 424.01 168.83 419.75 452.43 68.09 1.20 LS
1610.00 29.00 62.00 1496.12 433.52 173.44 428.42 462.20 67.96 1.20 162.93L

1620.00 28.40 61.61 1504.89 438.18 175.71 432.65 466.97 67.90 1.89 162.59L
1635.00 27.50 61.00 1518.14 445.01 179.08 438.82 473.96 67.80 1.89 156.03R

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1650.00 26.90 61.59 1531.48 451.67 182.38 444.84 480.77 67.71 1.32 155.50R
1660.00 26.50 62.00 1540.41 456.03 184.50 448.80 485.24 67.65 1.32 LS
1680.00 26.10 62.00 1558.34 464.61 188.66 456.62 494.06 67.55 0.60 LS

1685.00 26.00 62.00 1562.84 466.74 189.69 458.56 496.24 67.53 0.60 180.00L
Tie-In 1710.00 25.50 62.00 1585.35 477.26 194.79 468.15 507.06 67.41 0.60 60.00L
EOC 1714.50 26.59 57.99 1589.40 479.19 195.78 469.86 509.01 67.38 13.80 48.64L
1740.00 27.80 55.12 1612.08 490.71 202.21 479.58 520.46 67.14 2.10 46.09L
1770.00 29.29 52.03 1638.43 504.96 210.72 491.10 534.40 66.78 2.10 43.37L

1800.00 30.85 49.21 1664.39 519.97 220.27 502.71 548.85 66.34 2.10 40.93L
1830.00 32.46 46.65 1689.93 535.71 230.82 514.39 563.81 65.83 2.10 38.75L
1860.00 34.12 44.31 1715.01 552.16 242.37 526.13 579.27 65.27 2.10 36.79L
1890.00 35.82 42.16 1739.59 569.31 254.90 537.90 595.24 64.64 2.10 35.03L
1920.00 37.56 40.18 1763.64 587.11 268.40 549.69 611.72 63.98 2.10 33.45L

EOC #1 (3D-S) 1945.24 39.05 38.63 1783.45 602.59 280.48 559.62 625.98 63.38 2.10 ---
1950.00 39.05 38.63 1787.15 605.55 282.83 561.49 628.70 63.27 0.00 ---
1980.00 39.05 38.63 1810.45 624.22 297.59 573.29 645.93 62.57 0.00 ---
2010.00 39.05 38.63 1833.75 642.88 312.35 585.09 663.24 61.90 0.00 ---
2040.00 39.05 38.63 1857.05 661.55 327.11 596.89 680.65 61.28 0.00 ---

2070.00 39.05 38.63 1880.34 680.21 341.87 608.69 698.13 60.68 0.00 ---
2100.00 39.05 38.63 1903.64 698.87 356.64 620.49 715.68 60.11 0.00 ---
2130.00 39.05 38.63 1926.94 717.54 371.40 632.29 733.30 59.57 0.00 ---
2160.00 39.05 38.63 1950.24 736.20 386.16 644.09 750.98 59.06 0.00 ---
2190.00 39.05 38.63 1973.54 754.86 400.92 655.89 768.72 58.56 0.00 ---

2220.00 39.05 38.63 1996.84 773.53 415.69 667.68 786.51 58.09 0.00 ---
2250.00 39.05 38.63 2020.14 792.19 430.45 679.48 804.35 57.65 0.00 ---
2280.00 39.05 38.63 2043.44 810.85 445.21 691.28 822.24 57.22 0.00 ---
2310.00 39.05 38.63 2066.74 829.52 459.97 703.08 840.18 56.81 0.00 ---
2340.00 39.05 38.63 2090.04 848.18 474.73 714.88 858.15 56.41 0.00 ---

2370.00 39.05 38.63 2113.34 866.85 489.50 726.68 876.17 56.04 0.00 ---
2400.00 39.05 38.63 2136.64 885.51 504.26 738.48 894.22 55.67 0.00 ---
2430.00 39.05 38.63 2159.94 904.17 519.02 750.28 912.31 55.33 0.00 ---
2460.00 39.05 38.63 2183.24 922.84 533.78 762.08 930.42 54.99 0.00 ---
2490.00 39.05 38.63 2206.54 941.50 548.54 773.88 948.57 54.67 0.00 ---

2520.00 39.05 38.63 2229.83 960.16 563.31 785.68 966.75 54.36 0.00 ---
2550.00 39.05 38.63 2253.13 978.83 578.07 797.48 984.95 54.06 0.00 ---
2580.00 39.05 38.63 2276.43 997.49 592.83 809.27 1003.18 53.78 0.00 ---
2610.00 39.05 38.63 2299.73 1016.16 607.59 821.07 1021.44 53.50 0.00 ---
2640.00 39.05 38.63 2323.03 1034.82 622.36 832.87 1039.71 53.23 0.00 ---

2670.00 39.05 38.63 2346.33 1053.48 637.12 844.67 1058.01 52.97 0.00 ---
2700.00 39.05 38.63 2369.63 1072.15 651.88 856.47 1076.33 52.72 0.00 ---
2730.00 39.05 38.63 2392.93 1090.81 666.64 868.27 1094.67 52.48 0.00 ---
2760.00 39.05 38.63 2416.23 1109.47 681.40 880.07 1113.03 52.25 0.00 ---

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2790.00 39.05 38.63 2439.53 1128.14 696.17 891.87 1131.41 52.03 0.00 ---

2820.00 39.05 38.63 2462.83 1146.80 710.93 903.67 1149.80 51.81 0.00 ---
2850.00 39.05 38.63 2486.13 1165.47 725.69 915.47 1168.21 51.60 0.00 ---
2880.00 39.05 38.63 2509.43 1184.13 740.45 927.27 1186.63 51.39 0.00 ---
2910.00 39.05 38.63 2532.73 1202.79 755.22 939.07 1205.07 51.19 0.00 ---
2940.00 39.05 38.63 2556.03 1221.46 769.98 950.86 1223.52 51.00 0.00 ---

2970.00 39.05 38.63 2579.32 1240.12 784.74 962.66 1241.99 50.81 0.00 ---
3000.00 39.05 38.63 2602.62 1258.78 799.50 974.46 1260.47 50.63 0.00 ---
3030.00 39.05 38.63 2625.92 1277.45 814.26 986.26 1278.96 50.46 0.00 ---
3060.00 39.05 38.63 2649.22 1296.11 829.03 998.06 1297.46 50.29 0.00 ---
3090.00 39.05 38.63 2672.52 1314.78 843.79 1009.86 1315.98 50.12 0.00 ---

3120.00 39.05 38.63 2695.82 1333.44 858.55 1021.66 1334.50 49.96 0.00 ---
3150.00 39.05 38.63 2719.12 1352.10 873.31 1033.46 1353.04 49.80 0.00 ---
3180.00 39.05 38.63 2742.42 1370.77 888.07 1045.26 1371.58 49.65 0.00 ---
3210.00 39.05 38.63 2765.72 1389.43 902.84 1057.06 1390.14 49.50 0.00 ---
3240.00 39.05 38.63 2789.02 1408.09 917.60 1068.86 1408.70 49.35 0.00 ---

3270.00 39.05 38.63 2812.32 1426.76 932.36 1080.66 1427.27 49.21 0.00 ---
3300.00 39.05 38.63 2835.62 1445.42 947.12 1092.45 1445.86 49.08 0.00 ---
3330.00 39.05 38.63 2858.92 1464.08 961.89 1104.25 1464.45 48.94 0.00 ---
3360.00 39.05 38.63 2882.22 1482.75 976.65 1116.05 1483.04 48.81 0.00 ---
3390.00 39.05 38.63 2905.51 1501.41 991.41 1127.85 1501.65 48.68 0.00 ---

KOP #2 3391.57 39.05 38.63 2906.74 1502.39 992.18 1128.47 1502.62 48.68 0.00 180.00L
3420.00 38.24 38.63 2928.94 1519.92 1006.05 1139.55 1520.11 48.56 0.85 180.00L
3450.00 37.39 38.63 2952.64 1538.09 1020.42 1151.04 1538.23 48.44 0.85 180.00L
3480.00 36.54 38.63 2976.61 1555.90 1034.51 1162.30 1556.01 48.33 0.85 180.00L
3510.00 35.69 38.63 3000.84 1573.37 1048.32 1173.34 1573.44 48.22 0.85 180.00L

3540.00 34.84 38.63 3025.34 1590.47 1061.85 1184.15 1590.52 48.12 0.85 180.00L
3570.00 33.99 38.63 3050.09 1607.22 1075.10 1194.74 1607.25 48.02 0.85 180.00L
3600.00 33.14 38.63 3075.08 1623.60 1088.06 1205.09 1623.61 47.92 0.85 180.00L
3630.00 32.29 38.63 3100.32 1639.61 1100.72 1215.22 1639.62 47.83 0.85 180.00L
7" Casing Point 3640.23 32.00 38.63 3108.99 1644.98 1104.97 1218.61 1644.99 47.80 0.85 HS

56B TOB 3640.25 32.00 38.63 3109.00 1644.99 1104.98 1218.62 1645.00 47.80 0.85 LS
3660.00 31.57 38.63 3125.79 1655.27 1113.11 1225.12 1655.27 47.74 0.65 LS
TD 3687.16 30.98 38.63 3149.00 1669.19 1124.12 1233.92 1669.19 47.67 0.65 ---

Survey Type:
Non-Def Proposal

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SECTION III:

WHIPSTOCK BHA ,
DRILLING PARAMETERS ,
BIT SPECIFICATIONS ,
DRILLING BHA

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Middle East Asia Pacific Region
Quality Management System
Wellbore Intervention
BHA Sheet
Document No. Revision Document Type Page 1 of 1
7.5.1-5F1 New Drawing
Customer: Store: Date: BHA Trip Job No.:
VSP Vung Tau 2 2

BHA SERIAL DESCRIPTION OF TOOLS OD ID FN FN CONNECTION CONNECTION LENGTH


9-5/8"47# WHIPSTOCK NUMBER LENGTH (M) OD(in) up down M

14 RIG 5-7/8" DP to surface 7" 4" 7" XT57 BOX XT57 pin ???

13 RIG 5-7/8" HWDP 7" 4" 7" XT57 BOX XT57 pin ???
15 JOINTS ( 5 STANDS) ,

12 Rig X-over XT57 BOX 4-1/2" IF Pin ???

11 RIG 12 Jnts X 6-1/2" Drill Collar 6-1/2" 2-13/16" SLICK 6-1/2" 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" IF Pin ???

10 Baker / INTEQ BHI- MWD TOOL 6-3/4" 3-7/8" SLICK SLICK 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" IF PIN ???

9 BOT Whipstock Vale 7" 3-1/4" 0.65 7" 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" IF PIN 3.28
13658344 0.813" Nozzel

8 Baker / INTEQ 6-3/4"Float Sub W/ FV 6-11/16" 2-13/16" SLICK SLICK 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" IF PIN ???

7 RIG 1 Joint X 6-1/2" DC 6-1/2" 2-13/16" SLICK 6-1/2" 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" IF Pin ???

BOT EQUIPMENT BELOW

1.68m 6 BOT 8.5" UPPER WATER 8.5" 2-1/4" 0.47 6-3/8" 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" IF PIN 1.68
11679621 MELON MILL

2.62m 5 BOT 6-3/8" FLEX JOINT 6-5/16" 2-1/4" 0.47 6-5/16" 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" IF Pin 2.62
1194405
6.5m

4 BOT 8.25" LOWER WATER 8.25" 2-1/4" 0.51 6-3/8" 4-1/2" IF Box 4-1/2" Reg Box 1.72
11624299 MELON MILL
1.72m

3 BOT Nozzol 0.5" x 6EA 8.5" 2-3/8" 0.26 5-3/4" 4-1/2" Reg Pin Shear bolt hole 0.47
0.47m ZZBRN0408 WINDOW MILL W/ 45K SHEAR BOLT
RUPTURE DISC 3250 PSI
TOP OF WINDOW @ XXX m

2 BOT 9-5/8" HYD WHIPSTOCK 8.0" non 8.0" Shear bolt hole 4-1/2" IF Pin 5.17
H151589606
5.17m

8.87m

BOTTOM OF WINDOW @ XXX m

1 BOT 9-5/8" Hyd Packer Anchor 8-1/4" non 6-3/8" 4-1/2" IF Box FLAT BOTTOM 3.69
3.69m
Shear value=2000 PSI

TOP OF COUPLING @ XXX m

supervisor:
Total BHA Length (M): 18.63
Tuan

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DRILLING PARAMETERS
WELL 56 B-BK2

Interval, m Drilling Parameters


ROP,
Operation Drilling mode WOB, FLwRate, (m/hr)
from to RPM
(MT) (ltr/sec)
1,710 3,640 Drilling (PDC&RSS) RSS (ATK) 4-10 130-150 36-38 25.0
3,640 3,687 Drilling Rotary 4-12 120-140 12-16 6.0

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BIT SPECIFICATION,

WELL 56 B-BK2

Interval Drilling
Bit Type Operation Prognoses Q-ty
From (m) To (m) (m/Bit)

8½” TD605X
Drilling 1,710 3,640 2,500 1
IADC Code M323

8½” SG-SG1
Clean hole 1,710 3,640 - 1+1
IADC Code 117

6” STX50DX
Drilling 3,640 3,687 168 1
IADC Code 637

6” Tri-cone Bit 1
Clean hole 3,640 3,687 -
IADC Code 517

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8½” DRILLING AND CLEAN OUT BHA,


WELL 56 B-BK2

8½” DRILLING BHA :

8½” PDC Bit (w/ nozzles 3x13/32”+2x14/32”)


8⅜” ATK STEERABLE STAB
FLEX SUB w/ 8⅜” STAB.
BCPM
SUB-X/O-MOD
MWD-NAVITRAK
8" STAB-STRING
SUB-FILTER
SUB-FLOAT
1 joint of 6½” DC
X/O
9 joints of 5⅞” HWDP
X/O
6½” Jar
X/O
5 joints of 5⅞” HWDP
5⅞” DPs to surface

8½” CLEAN OUT BHA :

8½” Tri-cone Bit (w/ no nozzles)


X/over
8⅜” Stabilizer
1 joint of 7” DC
8⅛” Stabilizer
2 joints of 7” DC
X/over
9 joints of 5⅞” HWDP
X/over
6½” Drilling Jars
X/over
5 joints of 5⅞” HWDP
5⅞” DPs to surface

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6” DRILLING BHA,
WELL 56B -BK2

6” DRILLING BHA :

6” Tri-cone Bit (w/ no nozzles)


X/over
1 joint of 4¾” DC
5-15/16” String Stab
8 joints of 4¾” DC
18 joints of 3½” HWDP
4¾” Jar
6 joints of 3½” HWDP
1900m of 3½” DP
X/over
5⅞” DPs to surface

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8.5” ATK BHA


WELL 56 B-BK2

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8.5” ATK HYD


WELL 56 B-BK2

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8.5” ATK T&D _Page 1


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8.5” ATK T&D _Page 2


WELL 56 B-BK2

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SECTION IV:

APPROVED RUSSIAN PROGRAM FOR


POOH WITH OLD PRODUCTION STRING
AND PREPARATION HOLE ,

SIDE-ENTRY DRILLING PROCEDURES

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SIDE-ENTRY DRILLING PROCEDURES,


Well 56 B – BK2

I. PRESENT WELL STATUS:

Well Data:

Well Name : 56 – BK2


Block : 09-1
Operator : Vietsovpetro
Water Depth : 49 m
RT to Seabed : 98.7 m
RT to the tubing spool : 26.7 m
Well Type : Water Injection
Well status : Dead

Xmas Tree, Tubing Hanger, Wellhead System: IKS 100/80-350


Xmas tree pressure was tested to 350 atm with seawater.
Top of Tubing Spool Adapter: 3⅛”, 5K,
Top of Tubing Spool: 9”, 5K,
Bottom of Tubing Spool: 13⅝”, 5K,
Back Pressure Valve (BPV): 4” nominal profile left hand thread
Tubing Hanger: 4½” EUE box x box
Below hanger: 4½” EUE pin x pin pup joint
Present Tubing Spool Assembly ID : 217mm (to be verified at site)

Well Construction (Reference Depth - 16.0m RT to the tubing spool with previous rig):

20” Casing, K-55, 94.0 ppf (11.13mm) : 0 m – 500 m MD


13⅜” Casing, N-80, 68 ppf (12.19mm) : 0 m – 2,492 m MD
9⅝” Casing, N-80, 47 ppf (11.99mm) : 0 m – 1,833 m MD
9⅝” Casing, P-110, 47 ppf (11.99mm) : 1,833 m – 3,528 m MD
8½” Open Hole : 3,528 m – 3,760 m MD

A cement plug was set at 3,181 m.


7”x 9⅝” Production casing was tested to 200 atm with seawater (May 2013).
Perforation intervals: 3,130 m – 3,128 m; 3,125 m – 3,123 m; 3,121 m – 3,111 m and
3,099 m – 3,093 m
The Well has been drifted to 3,172 m with 32mm OD slick line tool.

Bore Pressure = 175.6 atm @ 3,100 m MD


BHST = 113.0 degrees C @ 2,768 m MD

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Completion assembly in the hole:

4½”PinxPin, EUE tubing pup joint, L=1.40m


Crossover 4½” EUE x 3½” EUE, L=0.85m
3½”, 9.3 ppf, P-110, EUE tubing, 802m
3½” SSSV at 115m
Crossover 3½” EUE x 2⅞” EUE at 802m
2⅞”, 6.50 ppf, P-110, EUE tubing, 802m – 3,081m
2⅞” gas lift mandrels: 900m; 1,578m; 2,064m; 2,394m
2⅞” Sliding Sleeve valve at 2,541m
2⅞” Expansion joint “Parveen” at 2,553m
9⅝” x 3½” production packer “Parveen” at 2,566m
2⅞” guide shoe at 3,081m

Scop of Well workover :

POOH with the old in-hole completion string;


Set isolation cement plug;
Side track drilling new hole;
Replace the Tubing Spool and the Xmas Tree (with Parveen 80/50-350).

Well bore inclinations and azimuths:

Depth (m) Angle (deg) Azimuth (deg) TVD (m)


240.00 3.00 73.00 239.90
420.00 3.00 73.00 419.80
625.0 9.80 79.00 624.30
850.00 23.00 71.00 839.40
950.00 28.00 70.00 929.60
1100.00 30.00 70.00 1060.60
1300.00 31.80 65.00 1232.50
1400.00 34.30 65.00 1316.60
1500.00 32.00 63.00 1400.00
1600.00 29.00 62.00 1486.10
1700.00 25.50 62.00 1575.40
1750.00 24.80 62.00 1620.70
1800.00 24.30 62.00 1666.20

II. POOH WITH THE IN-HOLE COMPLETION STRING:

1. Skid the drilling package over Well # 56 – BK2. Confirm the slot with the Platform
Supervisor. Remove the slot cover.

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2. Make up and run one stand of 5⅞” drill pipe to the well head. With the stand made up to
the TDS, check the drilling package position with respect to the well. The VSP Drilling
Supervisor must witness this.

3. Rig up all hoses, lines, walkways, stairways, flow ditches, etc.

4. Run the cement hose down to the wellhead and assemble all the tools and equipment for
working on the wellhead, including the bolt torque machine.

5. Record all possible pressures on the wellhead. All pressures should be zero (see below
for Section D annulus) and if not, then the platform production staff must complete their
well killing operations both tubing side and annulus side. The VSP platform
Production Supervisor must confirm that the well is displaced to seawater. After
confirmation that the well is displaced to seawater, the platform Production Supervisor
and the Drilling Supervisor are to sign a Handover Protocol for Well # 556 – BK2.

6. If the 13⅜” x 9⅝” annulus pressure will be, this must be bled off and monitoring all
the time during drilling process for its fixing action later.

7. In coordination with the platform production staff, install Fig. 1502 x-over flanges to the
tubing side and annulus side of the Xmas tree. Treat all lines as live until proven
otherwise.

8. Make up the rig floor hose to the Xmas tree flowline - tubing side and pressure test the
lower master valve from above, with 100 atm (1,470 psi) for 5 minutes.

9. Nipple down the Xmas tree leaving the lower master valve both closed and in place.

10. Check for any trapped pressure below the lower master valve. Then install the 4”
BPV in the tubing hanger.

Note: The 4” BPV is left hand thread for tubing hanger

11. Check for any trapped pressure between the tubing spool adaptor and the tubing
hanger. Bleed off any pressure as required. Nipple down the tubing spool adaptor and
remove the lower master valve.

12. Visually check, clean and grease the 4½” EUE box thread on the tubing hanger. Make
up the special long neck crossover 4½” IF Box x 4½” EUE Pin into the Tubing Hanger
by chain tong.

Note : The Drilling Supervisor is responsible for this operation and report on the
status of the thread on the tubing hanger before making up the crossover into it.

13. Install the riser adapter, riser, BOP, overshot, diverter, choke/kill lines and valves etc
and function test same.

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14. Run the 5⅞” drill pipe double and x-overs as required with to 4½”IF Box x 4½” EUE
Pin x-over on the tubing hanger and make up same onto it with chain tongs initially and
then tighten it with chain tongs and force of two men only.

15. Pressure test the BOPs, lines, manifolds and pressure equipment as per DD8 policies and
procedures. Maximum allowable pressure on wellhead is 160 atm.

16. Make up the rig floor hose to the annulus side (outlet valve on the tubing spool).

17. Slowly pump seawater down the annulus to check that it is indeed full of fluid. If not,
continue pumping at 10 l/sec stopping as soon as any pump pressure is noted.

18. Check all wellhead tubing and annuli pressures again and formally report same again.

19. Back out the tubing hanger lock down bolts sufficiently to pass the tubing hanger.
Check for any leaks and correct as required. Do a quick pressure test of the hold down
bolt glands with the rig pumps against the tubing hanger and an annular preventer to 100
atm (1,470 psi) for 10 minutes. Visually check for any leaks at the tubing hanger lock
down bolts.

20. Prepare to unseat the production packer and make all final safety checks.

21. The packer releasing shear pins should shear with 20 – 30 mt (44 – 66 klbs) overpull
above the buoyed tubing string weight above the production packer which is about
28 mt (~61 klbs).

Make up the TDS and pull on the string to the buoyed tubing string weight above the
production packer. Slowly increase the overpull to the lower design shear value of 20
mt (44 klbs) and then to the upper design shear value of 30 mt (66 klbs) and finally
maximum overpull to 40 mt (88 klbs). If the above fails than refer to town for decision.
Note: take care as to whether weight of the TDS and traveling block is not included
22. At this stage, there are two options:

Option 1 (Thermo-compensator is latched): This will be indicated when over pulling 20 mt


to 30 mt above free up weight of the completion string. At 20 mt overpull above free
weight of the completions string, shear pins will be sheared out and the production
packer will be released. In this case, if will be overpull observed it indicates that the
production packer has been released. Wait 15 minutes after the packer is unset, for the
packer elements to relax .

Option 2 (Thermo-compensator is unlatched): This will be indicated if the completion string


is pulled up free with little to no overpull.

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23. Circulate down the tubing and up the annulus until the seawater (mud) is free of any gas.

24. Pull the tubing hanger above the drill floor so that the slips can be set below the 4½”
EUE Pin x Pin crossover.

25. Back out the 5⅞” drill pipe double and special long neck x-over and remove the
crossover.

Note: Inspect (and report to town) the condition of the crossover as to whether it is
in good condition for use with the next completion string.

26. Using the homemade BPV tool, check for any pressure under the BPV and allow it
to bleed off fully. VSP Drilling Supervisor to be present for this operation.

27. Back out and remove the BPV (right hand release).

28. Back out the tubing hanger together with 4½” EUE pin x pin pup joint and lay down
the assembly.

Note: Do not attempt to back out the pin x pin pup joint from the tubing hanger as
it will certainly gall.

29. POOH with the remainder of the 3½” EUE and 2⅞” EUE tubing string and lay down
together with all the remaining completion equipment. Install thread protectors as
available. Sign the report on the recovered completion equipment from the well.

Note: There is not required to fish the production packer if it is not pulled out of
hole with the remained completion string.

30. In case of unable releasing the production packer or the Expansion Joint, conduct the
wireline explosion tubing cutting operations at 2,530-2,540m as per VSP wireline crew’s
instruction.

III. SET ISOLATAION CEMENT PLUG:

1. If the downhole losses occur a wireline explosive bridge plug will be set at 2,500m after
cleaning out the setting area with 9⅝” casing scraper.

2. If no or small downhole losses will be observed, run in hole with 3½” cement stinger
(300m of used 3½” EUE tubing) + X/O + 5⅞” drill pipe to 2,500 m MD

3. Circulate the hole with seawater monitoring for down hole losses. In case of small down
hole losses observed spot a Hivis pill from 2,500m to 2,400m. POOH to 2,400m for
setting of cement plug.

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4. If there will not be downhole losses then spot a balanced cement plug from 2,500m to
2,400m MD as follows:
Pump 5 m3 (31.5 bbls) of drill water as spacer with the cementing unit
Mix and pump 5.0 m3 (37.7 bbls) of 15.8 ppg (1.89 sg) cement slurry (G cement as per
the BJ-PVD lab test report). The volume of cement slurry will be advised depending on
the Well status.
Pump 2 m3 (13 bbls) of drill water behind with the cementing unit.
Displace the cement slurry to balance with seawater (mud) using the cement unit (under
displace by 5 bbls).
Note: While mixing the cement, take 3 samples of cement slurry and place them in the
mud logger oven pre-heated to 70°C (only).

5. Pull out to 2,200m MD and circulate the hole clean (long way round), dumping any
spacer and cement. Reciprocate the drill pipe while circulating.

6. Pull back 3 more stands and wait on cement to harden.

7. Run in the hole. Wash down with 10 l/sec and tag the TOC. Slack off 3 mt to ensure that
the top of cement is solid.

Note: make sure the cement samples are hard before attempting to tag the TOC.

8. Circulate bottoms up with 40 l/sec. Close the pipe rams and pressure test the cement
plug to 122 atm (1792 psi) with seawater in the hole for 15 minutes.

9. Spot 50 m3 of the abandon fluid from the top of cement plug up with following recipe :

Chemical Contents
(litr/m3)
Sea Water 1000
Corrosion Inhibitor (TechnicHip-377) 0.015
Oxygen Scavenger (OS-702 or OS-802) 0.15

10. POOH with 5⅞” DPs and lay out the 3½ Tubing.

Note: Prepare in advance enough 1.10sg KCl/Polymer system mud using the old
mud from the previous Well for drilling of 8½”section as per the mud program.

IV. PREPARATION FOR SIDETRACK:

1. Make up a 8½” Bit to 5⅞” DPs and run in hole thru the Tubing Spool to check if the ID
of the Tubing Spool is 217mm.

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2. If the ID of the Tubing Spool is smaller than 8½” then it will be replaced with the new
one if available. Check the condition of the old Tubing Spool and make report on it.

3. Make up and run in hole with a 9⅝” casing scraper BHA as follows:
8½” Tri-cone Bit (no nozzles) + 9⅝” casing scraper + 15 joints of 5⅞” HWDP + 5⅞”
DPs
Note : The scraper BHA could be changed with a BOT’s one at the Whipstock
specialist’s discretion.

4. Space out and scrape the 9⅝” casing three times with 60 RPM and 40 l/sec, 14m above
and 14m below the point of the whipstock setting depth +- 1,710m MD.

5. Continue run in the hole to 1800m. Sweep the hole with 5m3 hi-vis and circulate out
using seawater until the returns are clean. POOH.

6. Rig up wire line equipment. Run in hole with a CCL and log up from 1,800m to 1000m.

7. Run in hole with a CBL/VDL to 1,800m and log up from 1,800m to 1,000m.

8. Prepare to RIH with the 9⅝” Baker Hughes Oil Tool whipstock assembly (running
procedure to be provided by whipstock specialist).

V. SET 9⅝” WHIPSTOCK AND MILLING CASING WINDOW

The following whipstock BHA (Baker Hughes Oil Tool) is required:

9⅝” Hyd Packer Anchor


9⅝” HYD WHIPSTOCK
WINDOW MILL
8¼” LOWER WATER MELON MILL
6⅜” FLEX JOINT
8½” UPPER WATER MELON MILL
1 Joint of 6½” DC
6¾” Float Sub W/ FV
WHIPSTOCK VALE
BHI- MWD TOOL
12 Joints of 6½” Drill Collar
X-over
15 Joints of 5⅞” HWDP
5⅞” DPs to surface

1. Pick up the Window Master Milling assembly HWDP / Window Master Flow valve and
MWD. Align the MWD 180° from the Shear up hole in the window mill so that the
MWD will read the whipstock face. Run the assembly through the rotary table and test

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the MWD at the operating flow rate. Pull back and stand the assembly back in the
derrick.

2. Pick up the packer and whipstock assembly and set in the rotary table. Fill the control
line in the whipstock with clean fluid.

3. Pick up the milling assembly from the derrick and bolt the mills to the whipstock with a
45 klb shear bolt.

Note: The whipstock specialists remain primarily responsible for the correct installation,
running and operation of their equipment.

4. RIH with rest of the BHA and continue RIH on 5⅞” DP at 3 mins/stand slips-to-slips,
taking care to pull out and set slips smoothly. Ensure caution when passing through
Bop’s and whilst R.I.H. Make sure the assembly is oriented before “bottom” is tagged.

5. RIH with the above BHA to 1700m MD. Circulate and displace hole to 1.10sg
KCL/Polymer system mud.

6. With the assembly +/- 10ft above the packer setting depth make up the top drive and
slowly start the pumps to the MWD operating flow rate. Do not exceed the safe
operating flow rate for the valve.

7. Orientate the whipstock to the desired orientation and slowly lower the string to the
packer setting depth.

8. Increase flow rate slowly to the top of the range for the specific valve and let flow
stabilize for a few minutes. Gradually reduce flow to a zero to allow the valve to shift
and lock. Avoid abrupt changes in flow rate because pressure spikes can start the packer
setting sequence.

9. Carefully start pumps again to see if string holds pressure. Pressure should come up
quickly. Pressure up to 1000 PSI and hold for 2 min, pressure up to 1500 PSI hold for 5
min, then pressure up to 2000 PSI and hold for 10 min to set the packer.

Note : Over pressure rupture disc will shear @ 3,250 psi )

10. Bleed off pressure and over pull string 5000 Lb., then slack off 5000 Lb. to confirm
packer is set.

11. After confirming that the packer is set, pressure test annulus to 1500 psi or as required.
Bring up Pressure up to 3250 PSI to break rupture disc.

12. Slack off below neutral weight in 10,000 Lb. increment and picking back to neutral to a
maximum slack off 50,000 Lb. or until the bolt shears. If no shear is noted after three

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attempts pick up 5000 Lb. over the neutral weight slack back to neutral weight and start
rotation and mill the window.

Note : It is possible for the whipstock shear bolt to shear when the packer sets. If you do
not see the bolt shear after two or three attempts, pick up and attempt to establish
rotation and mill window. If rotation if not noted then repeat the process to shear the
bolt.

13. Setting depth of whipstock to be confirmed after logging according to plan at ±1,710m
MD. Mill the window in the 9⅝” casing exactly as directed by the whipstock specialist.
Mill 10-15m of new hole as determined by returns over the shakers and then work the
string through the window multiple times until it passes completely freely.

14. Circulate the hole clean.

15. POOH and lay down the whipstock equipment.

VI. DRILLING OF 8½” HOLE SECTION

1. Make up a new 8½” Baker Hughes drilling BHA as follows:

8½” PDC Bit (w/ nozzles 3x13/32”+2x14/32”)


8⅜” ATK STEERABLE STAB
FLEX SUB w/ 8⅜” STAB.
BCPM
SUB-X/O-MOD
MWD-NAVITRAK
8" STAB-STRING
SUB-FILTER
SUB-FLOAT
1 joint of 6½” DC
X/O
9 joints of 5⅞” HWDP
X/O
6½” Jar
X/O
5 joints of 5⅞” HWDP
5⅞” DPs to surface

2. Note : The BHA is subject to be changed by the DD (Baker Hughes).

3. RIH with the BHA above to the casing window. Circulate hole. Close pipe rams and
perform the FIT to 50atm with 1.10sg mud.

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4. Directionally drill 8½” hole section from the 9⅝” casing window maintaining the mud
properties as per the approved Mud Program. The 8½” hole section will start with
KCl/Polymer to +/-2,460m MD (approx 2,180m TVD), then convert to PROTROL on
fly by adding DV-HIB, DV-KLAFREE and additional DV-CAP LV. Mud weight
would be started at +/-1.12 +/-0.02sg and will be maintained at 1.12 - 1.40+/- 0.02 sg
throughout the section.

5. Directionally drill 8½” hole from the 9⅝” casing window to 1,945m MD (1,783m TVD)
building the inclination from 25.50 deg to 39.05 deg and turning back the azimuth from
62.00 deg to 38.63 deg using 1.10-1.12 sg KCl/Polymer system mud. Perform a wiper
trip every 24 bit hours on bottom time or 36 clock hours observing the VSP tripping rule
(maximum 20 ton over pull and 10 ton slack off).

6. Continue directional drilling of 8½” hole tangentially from 1,945m MD (1,783m TVD)
to 3,391m MD (2,907m TVD) keeping the inclination at 39.05 deg and the azimuth at
38.63 deg. Convert on fly 1.12-1.14 sg KCl/Polymer system mud to PROTROL system
mud. Perform a wiper trip every 24 bit hours on bottom time or 36 clock hours
observing the VSP tripping rule.

7. Continue directional drilling of 8½” hole from 3,391m MD (2,907m TVD) to the 7”
casing point (section TD) at 3,640m MD (3,109m TVD) decreasing the inclination from
39.05 deg to 32.00 deg while maintaining the azimuth of 38.63 deg. Slowly increase the
mud weight during drilling to 1.38+/-0.02sg at TD of the section. Perform a wiper trip
every 24 bit hours on bottom time or 36 clock hours observing the VSP tripping rule.

8. At the section TD circulate the hole clean and condition the mud until parameters are as
required per the mud program.

9. Wiper trip POOH to 9⅝” casing window at 1,710m and circulate bottoms up. RIH again
to 3,640m and circulate and condition the mud for logging. POOH.

10. Rig up VSP Wireline (or Memory-Karat logging tools) and conduct logging the 8½”
hole section as per VSP Logging and Geology program. Rig down wire line equipment.
The logging program is subject to be changed by VSP Geology Department.

11. RIH with a casing scrapper BHA as follows: 8½” Tri-cone bit (without nozzles) + 9⅝”
casing scraper + X/O + 5⅞” DP.

12. Work the casing scraper 14m below and 14m above the 7” liner hanger setting depth of
+/-1,520m MD with 60rpm and 35l/s.

13. At 1,520m MD check and record the drill string pick up weight and slack off weight,
without rotation or circulation. Then check and record weight and torque while rotating
at 10 – 15 rpm but without circulation. POOH.

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14. Pick up and make up a clean out rotary BHA as follows: 8½” Tri-cone Bit (w/ no
nozzles) + X/over + 8⅜” Stabilizer + 1 joint of 6½” DC + 8⅜” Stabilizer + 2 joints of
6½” DC + X/over + 9 joints of 5⅞” HWDP + X/over + 6½” Drilling Jars + X/over + 5
joints of 5⅞” HWDP + 5⅞” DPs to surface

15. Run the clean out BHA to 3,640m MD reaming as required all tight spots observing the
VSP tripping rule. Take extra care when running through the 9⅝” casing window and
open hole due to the more ridged BHA.

16. Note: Take maximum precautions possible each and every time while running any and
all BHA components through the 9⅝” casing window. Do not rotate the drill string if the
bit hangs up in the window, just work it carefully through.

17. Circulate the hole clean while conditioning the mud as required. Closely monitor for
down hole mud losses.

18. Wiper trip pull up to the 9⅝” casing window and run back to 3,640m observing the VSP
tripping rule. Circulate the hole clean and condition the mud as required. Pull up to the
9⅝” casing window.

19. Drop a hollow drift down the drill string with OD at least +3 mm more than the OD of
the liner hanger pump down dart. Attach a 45m slick line tail to see when / if it hangs up
in the drill string.

Note: Ensure that the hole is in good condition before attempting to run the 7” liner.

20. POOH to run the 7” liner.

VII. 7” LINER RUNNING from 1,520m MD to 3,640m MD:

1. Make up the 7⅝” liner hanger and running assembly and lay it down. Make up the
cement manifold to a single of 5⅞” drill pipe (ensure the Pump Down Dart is installed)
and lay the assembly down. Drift all tubular with the correct size drift prior to making up
same.

Note: Make up, running and setting of the Liner Hanger will be conducted as per
the VSP Liner Hanger Specialist’s instruction.

2. Rig up 7” casing handling tools. Run the 7” liner as follows from 1,520m MD to 3,640m
MD to cover the 8½” hole section and 9⅝” liner lap.
 7” Double Float Shoe, VAM TOP
 2 Joints 7”, P-110, 29ppf, Casing, VAM TOP
 7” Landing Collar to receive the Liner Wiper Plug, VAM TOP
 7” P-110, 29ppf, Casing, VAM TOP

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 7⅝” Liner Hanger c/w Liner Top Packer, 7” VAM TOP pin

Casing Centralizers:

Interval (m MD) Centralizer type Quantity (each)


1,520 - 1,710 Common Rigid Centralizer 5
1,710 – 2,580 Spir-O-Lizer Centralizer 18
2,580 – 3,180 Spir-O-Lizer Centralizer 16
3,180 – 3,640 Spir-O-Lizer Centralizer 19

Make-Up Torque for 7”casing, 29 ppf, P-110, VAM TOP :


Minimum Optimum Maximum
10,450 ft.lbs 11,550 ft.lbs 12,650 ft.lbs
1,410 kg.m 1,570 kg.m 1,730 kg.m

3. BakerLok all shoe track connections. Make up torque with BakerLok is Optimum
torque + 60%.

4. Check that the double valve in the float shoe is passing and sealing.

5. Make up the landing collar that will receive the Liner Wiper Plug. Check that the ball
seat is undamaged and physically check that the ball seats correctly.

6. Keep the liner filled with mud when running in the hole.

7. Make up the liner hanger assembly complete with setting tool and 7” Liner Wiper Plug
installed on its slick joint. RIH and reciprocate the liner string to record its buoyant
weights. Whenever circulating, do not exceed 54 atm (800 psi) to avoid setting the liner
prematurely.

8. Run the 7” liner on 5⅞” drill pipe to the setting depth. Use iron roughneck or back up
tongs when making up drill pipe, to avoid right hand rotation. Drift all pipes and any pup
joints used. Fill the drill pipe with mud every three stands. Have mud loggers calculate
swab and surge pressures to determine an appropriate running speed to avoid pressure
surges above the formation breakdown pressure. Observe the VSP 10 ton rule and wash
down the liner as required.

Note: Standpipe pressure must never exceed 54 atm (800 psi) while circulating to avoid
premature setting of the liner hanger.

9. Make up the joint of drill pipe with the cementing manifold made up to it. Establish
circulation and condition the mud as required. Circulate with an annular velocity
equivalent to that used on the last trip, to avoid lifting debris into the liner hanger area.

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Reciprocate the liner as required to aid establishing circulation and to avoid bridging at
liner hanger. Record up and down string weights.

Note: At all times, keep the 7” liner shoe close to bottom.

10. Line up to the cement unit and establish circulation with mud to ensure lines are full. Do
pressure test the line to 240 atm (3,528 psi). Break a connection and carefully drop the
1¾” setting ball into the drill pipe and pump down same to the landing collar. Have the
liner at the correct setting depth (generally as deep as possible). Pump at the maximum
rate possible without inducing losses (to prevent the ball coming to rest in one of the tool
joint thread gaps). If the ball has not landed after 1 hour, work pipe vigorously to shake
the ball loose.

11. When the ball seats with the liner at the proper setting depth, slowly increase pressure to
100 atm (1,470 psi) to set the liner hanger. Maintain this pressure and lower the string
until the hanger supports the liner. Slack off an additional 22,000 lb (10 mt) of drill pipe
weight on to the running tool, to assist in setting the hanger.

12. Increase the pressure to 204 atm (3,000 psi) to shear the hydraulic landing collar.

13. Slack off / pick up until the string neutral point is at the liner hanger running tool (use
the 10 rpm rotating weight without circulation recorded above with the casing
scraper). Rotate the drill pipe 5 to 10 turns to the right. Stop and check for back torque.
If this is minimal, continue to rotate 10 to 15 turns to the right, to ensure that the running
tool nut is fully backed out, otherwise adjust for the neutral point and try again. Slowly
pick up one meter above the neutral point weight to confirm that the running tool is free
from the liner. Lower the running string slowly back onto the liner hanger and place
30,000 lbs to 40,000 lb (13.6 to 18.2 mt) of string weight onto the liner running tool.

VIII. CEMENTING THE 7” LINER

1. Establish the maximum circulating rate of 3 bpm (7.9 ltr/sec) without mud losses. Start
of circulation should be slow, until all the bottoms up cuttings have passed the liner
hanger.

2. The pump rate for circulating, pumping the spacer, mixing and pumping cement and
displacing the cement must not exceed 6.0 bpm (16 l/sec).

3. Record all bulk tanks, liquid additive tanks and mud pits levels. Mix and pump cement
slurry as follows:
7” Liner Cement Slurry
Lead Tail

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1 Cement DMC “G” 94 pps 94 pps


FL-66L gps 0.55 0.65
FP-9L gps 0.05 0.05
R-8L gps 0.16 0.05
2 A-3L gps 0.40 -
CD-33L gps - 0.35
BA-58L gps - 1.00
Seawater gps 11.73 4.73
3 Slurry Yield cu.ft/sack 2.20 1.39
4 Slurry Weight sg (ppg) 1.50 (12.5) 1.80 (15.0)
5 Thickening Time hrs:min to 70 Bc 5:43 4:51
6 Slurry Volume % Excess in open hole 100 100
1,470 m 3,340 m
7 Top of cement
(50 m above TOL) (300m length)

4. Release the Pump Down Plug from the cement manifold. Pump 0.3m³ (2 bbl.) of cement
slurry behind the Pump Down Plug and with the cement unit displace this to the liner
wiper plug using 1.40 sg mud. Increase the pressure to 68 atm (1,000 psi) over
circulating pressure to shear out the wiper plug. Still with the cement unit continue
displacing the cement down the 7” liner until the wiper plug lands out in the landing
collar. Displace the last 20 bbls (3.2 m3) of the cement slurry at 2 bpm (5.3 l/sec). Bump
plug and continue build the pressure up to 34atm (500 psi) over the final
circulating pressure. Do not over displace the 7” shoe track.

5. Release the pressure at the cement unit and check for back flow, but even if the float
shoe does not hold, continue with the next step in the program. Rig down cement line
and lay down the cement head.

6. Proceed to set the liner top packer as directed by the VSP Liner Hanger Specialist.

7. Pull back 10m of drill pipe and establish circulation down the drill string and up the
annulus, reciprocating the pipe at all times (Do not reverse circulate regardless), to clean
out cement.

8. POOH with the liner hanger running tool and lay out same.

9. WOC until the samples are hardened.

10. Close the annular rams and pressure test the 9⅝” x 7⅝” Liner Lap x 7" casing to 100atm
(1469psi) with 1.40sg mud for 15min.

11. Nipple down the BOP stack.

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12. Remove the old Tubing Spool.

13. Option case : If there is existence of 13⅜” x 9⅝” annulus pressure. Bleed off this
pressure. Remove the 13⅝” x 11” casing spool, replace the “PO” seal assembly with a
new one. Install back the 13⅝” x 11” casing spool and do pressure test with oil pump to
250 atm (3674 psi).

14. Install a new Parveen Tubing Spool.

15. Nipple up the BOP stack and pressure test as per the PVDrilling’s policy.

IX. DRILLING OF 6” HOLE SECTION

1. Make up a new 6” drilling BHA as follows:

6” Tri-cone Bit (w/ no nozzles)


X/over
1 joint of 4¾” DC
5-15/16” String Stab
8 joints of 4¾” DC
18 joints of 3½” HWDP
4¾” Jar
6 joints of 3½” HWDP
1900m of 3½” DP
X/over
5⅞” DPs to surface

2. RIH with the BHA above to the top of cement above the 7” Landing Collar. Circulate
displacing hole to sea water. Close pipe rams and perform the 9⅝” casing x 7⅝” Liner
Lap x 7” Liner integrity test to 160 atm (2351 psi) with sea water.

3. Rest hole two (02) hours for a casing negative test. Circulate hole monitoring if any gas
will be. Dress off the shoe track and clean the rat hole to 3,640m.

4. The 6” hole basement section will be drilled using sea water and Hivis sweep till the end
of the section. Hivis should be used PHG and 10m3 of Hivis should be swept every 5m
drilled to prevent stuck pipe from cutting settle.

5. Directionally drill 6” hole from 3,640m MD to the TD of the Well at 3,687m MD


(3,149m TVD) decreasing the inclination from 32.00 deg to 30.98 deg while maintaining
the azimuth of 38.63 deg.

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6. At the Well TD circulate the hole clean.

7. Wiper trip POOH to 7” casing window. RIH again to 3,687m and circulate hole clean
for logging. POOH.

8. Rig up VSP Wireline and conduct logging of the 6” hole section as per VSP Logging
and Geology program and CBL/VDL/GR log. Rig down wire line equipment. The
logging program is subject to be changed by VSP Geology Department.

9. Make up and RIH a BHA with Polish Mill OD 196mm + 2 stands of 5⅞” HWDP + 5⅞”
DP to the 7⅝” Liner Hanger. Circulate and work Polish Mill inside the 7⅝” Liner
Hanger with 1-2 mt and 20-30 rpm at +/-3m. POOH.

10. Make up a 7” casing scraper BHA so that when the Bit on bottom the scraper will be at
14m below the Production Packer setting depth:
6”Bit (no nozzles) + X/O + 3½” DPs (as required) + X/O + 7” casing scraper + VSP
Ribar for 7” casing + (3½” x 5⅞”) DPs.

11. RIH to bottom. Circulate and work the casing scraper through the production packer
setting interval from TBA m to TBA m three times with 50-60 rpm and 10-20 l/sec.

12. Circulate hole clean.

13. POOH to run completion.

14. Run the completion assembly as per the Completion string schematic (TBA)

X. RUNNING THE NEW COMPLETION ASSEMBLY:

Tubing Make Up Torque for reference :

ID Torque up
OD Weight Grade
(drift size) Minimum Optimum Maximum
2⅞” (73mm) 62mm 6.50 ppf 300 kg/m 400 kg/m 505 kg/m
P110
EUE (59.61mm) 9.67kg/m 2,180 ft-lb 2,910 ft-lb 3,640 ft-lb
3½” (88.9mm) 76mm 9.30 ppf 420 kg/m 560 kg/m 700 kg/m
P110
EUE (72.82mm) 13.84kg/m 3,040 ft-lb 4,050 ft-lb 5,060 ft-lb
4½” (114.3mm) 100.5mm 12.75 ppf 560 kg/m 700 kg/m 840 kg/m
P110
EUE (97.36mm) 18.97kg/m 4,050 ft-lb 5,050 ft-lbs 6,050 ft-lbs

1. Drift all tubing, pup joints, crossovers, sub-assemblies and downhole completion tools
with the correct size drift (see table above).

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2. Make up and run tubing and completion tools as per the approved Completion
Schematic.

3. Run in the hole with a speed not exceeding 1 minute per joint or as per the VSP
Completion Specialist requirements.

Note: The VSP Completion Specialist must sign the final tubing tally to confirm the
correct running order of the gas lift mandrels.

4. Make up and run the completion string installing the Gas Lift Mandrels as per the
approved Completion Schematic.

5. Make up and run the Chemical Injection Mandrel (optional) as per the approved
Completion Schematic. Secure the injection line properly using clamps above and below
each coupling.

6. Make up the Subsurface Safety Valve (SSSV), install the control line and pressure test
the SSSV in the open position to 340 atm for 10 minutes.

7. Continue making up and RIH tubing per the Completion Schematic, securing the control
and chemical injection lines above and below each coupling.

8. Install a Back Pressure Valve in the tubing hanger.

9. Pick up the bottom landing joint and make up the tubing hanger to same. Cautiously
start the threads by hand and not with the tubing power tongs. Tighten the 3½” EUE
connection to the tubing hanger with a chain tong only and then only with force of two
men.

10. Make up a 3½” EUE Pin x Pin crossover to below the tubing hanger. Do not over
torque this connection.

11. Make the tubing hanger assembly up to the completion string. The VSP Completion
Specialist will terminate the chemical injection and control lines in the tubing hanger.

Note: When torque up the last connection, align the tubing hanger location slots with the
tubing head guides prior to running through the rotary table.

12. Continue RIH on the landing string and land out in the tubing hanger. Ensure that the
tubing hanger is landed in the proper location. Screw in the tubing head hanger lock
down bolts to energize the seal element.

13. With the cement unit, pressure test the tubing hanger seals against the annular preventer
to 150 atm (2,205 psi) for 10 minutes.

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14. Back out the landing string using chain tongs and lay down same.

15. Nipple down and remove the BOP system.

16. Install the tubing head adapter and lower master valve and nipple up same.

Note: The Completion Specialist will terminate the chemical injection and SSSV control
lines in the tubing head adapter.

17. Fill around the adapter seal area with oil and using a hand pump, pressure test the tubing
hanger seals to 320 atm (4,704 psi) for 10 minutes. The Platform Production
Supervisor must witness the pressure test.

18. Check for pressure below the BPV, bleed of any pressure and remove the BPV from
the tubing hanger.

19. Install and nipple up the Xmas tree.

20. Install a Fig 1502 x-over flange and the HP hoses from the drill floor to the Xmas tree
cap.

21. Pressure test the Xmas tree to 350 atm for 10 minutes against the lower master valve.

22. Circulate with sea water down the tubing at 7 l/sec. Wait 30 minutes. Volume of
seawater and pumping rate can be changed by the VSP Completion Expert.

23. Drop the packer setting ball down the tubing (or run a plug on slick line). With the
cement unit, set the production packer as instructed by the VSP Completion Expert.

24. Pressure test the annulus side of the production packer as per the VSP Completion
Expert’s instruction.

25. VSP Completion Specialist will make up the VSP slick line lubricator to the Xmas tree
and run a 50mm OD drift to the bottom. After POOH with the drift, rig down the slick
line and lubricator.

26. Hand the Well over to the VSP Production Dept. Prepare, sign all required Protocols.

27. Prepare and skid rig for new Well operations.

FINISH

Prepared by:

– VSP Drilling Superintendent

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SECTION V:

DRILLING FLUIDS PROGRAM

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DRILLING FLUIDS PROPOSAL


Revision No. 01

Well: 56B -BK2

Content Page

Executive Summary:......................................................... 2

Interval Discussion, 8 ½" section.................................... 3

Interval Discussion, 6" section........................................ 10

Contingency Plan: ............................................................ 11


Lost Circulation

Well Control

Stuck Pipe
Appendix-1: Products and Functions.

Prepared by: Verified by: Approved by:

Nguyen Van Tien Pham Dang Son

22 th Aug, 2017 22 th Aug, 2017

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

8 1/2" hole section will start with KCl/Polymer to +/-2460m MD (approx 2180mTVD),
then convert to PROTROL on fly by adding DV-HIB, DV-KLAFREE and additional
DV-CAP LV. Mud weight would be started at +/-1.12 +/-0.02sg and will be
maintained at 1.12 - 1.40+/- 0.02 sg throughout the section.

KCl/Polymer mud would be prepared using 2 inhibitors: KCl at 8% and DV-CAP LV


at 7.5-8.5 kg/m3. Using such moderate inhibition mud will help to convert easily to
Protrol mud later on as it would help to minimize the drill solids content in the
system. DV-HIVIS and DV-PAC LV would be used as primary viscosifier and API
fludi loss controller. As the hole stability of this section is very important, DV-HIB
and DV-KLASEAL must be stand by on the rig while starting the section to be added
on the mud in time in case there comes any indicators of hole instability caused by
insufficient inhibition.

The KCl/Polymer should be converted to Protrol mud at about +/-2460m MD (approx


2180mTVD) and the conversion should complete at 2585mMD (2280mTVD). The
inhibition of Protrol system is achieved from a combination of KCl, DV-CAP LV and
DV-HIB. KCl at 8-10% v/w and 2.5-3% v/v DV-HIB would be used as clay hydration
suppressant. 8.5-10 kg/m3 DV-CAP LV (encapsulating agent) is used to prevent clay
from dispersion. DV-HIVIS with the concentration of 2-4.5kg/m3 would be the primary
viscosifier. 6rpm should be maintained not less than 9 for sufficient hole cleaning
and cutting suspension. The API FL would be controlled less than 4.0cc per 30 mins
by using of 10-12 kg/m3 DV-PAC LV and would be tightened less than 3.5 cc toward
section TD. HTHP FL should be less than 15cc at 120oC by using 6-8 kg/m3 DV-
FLO HT. The addition of 10-14kg/m3 DV-KLASEAL would help to stabilize the long
slim hole.

1-2% DV-KLAFREE - ROP enhancer and DV-LUB M would be used to improve ROP
and reduce drilling torque at substantial inclination.

It is recommended to add 10-15 kg/m3 CaCO3 F/M and 2-3kg/m3 DV-CELBA F into
the system to improve filter cake & minimize the potential of differential sticking and
Pipe lax W should be available for contingency of stuck pipe.

6'' basement section will be drilled using Sea water and Hivis sweep. Mud weight
would be maintained at 1.05+- 0.02 sg till the end of the section.

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Hivis should be used PHG and 10m3 of Hivis should be swept every 5m drilled to
prevent stuck pipe from cutting settle.

Highest allowable flow rate should be applied to ensure optimum hole cleaning.

8 ½" Hole Section 1710 – 3640m 7 ” Liner

DRILLING FLUIDS: KCl/Polymer to PROTROL


KEY ISSUES: Hole cleaning, permeable sand, reactive clay, bit balling,
possible mud loss.

8 1/2" hole section will start with KCl/Polymer to +/-2460m MD (approx 2180mTVD),
then convert to PROTROL on fly by adding DV-HIB, DV-KLAFREE and additional DV-
CAP LV. Mud weight would be started at +/-1.12 +/-0.02sg and will be maintained at
1.12 - 1.40+/- 0.02 sg throughout the section.

KCl/Polymer mud would be prepared using 2 inhibitors: KCl at 8% and DV-CAP LV at


7.5-8.5 kg/m3. Using such moderate inhibition mud will help to convert easily to Protrol
mud later on as it would help to minimize the drill solids content in the system. DV-
HIVIS and DV-PAC LV would be used as primary viscosifier and API fludi loss
controller. As the hole stability of this section is very important, DV-HIB and DV-
KLASEAL must be stand by on the rig while starting the section to be added on the mud
in time in case there comes any indicators of hole instability caused by insufficient
inhibition.

The KCl/Polymer should be converted to Protrol mud at about +/-2460m MD (approx


2180mTVD) and the conversion should complete at 2585mMD (2280mTVD). The
inhibition of Protrol system is achieved from a combination of KCl, DV-CAP LV and DV-
HIB. KCl at 8-10% v/w and 2.5-3% v/v DV-HIB would be used as clay hydration
suppressant. 8.5-10 kg/m3 DV-CAP LV (encapsulating agent) is used to prevent clay
from dispersion. DV-HIVIS with the concentration of 2-4.5kg/m3 would be the primary
viscosifier. 6rpm should be maintained not less than 9 for sufficient hole cleaning and
cutting suspension. The API FL would be controlled less than 4.0cc per 30 mins by
using of 10-12 kg/m3 DV-PAC LV and would be tightened less than 3.5 cc toward
section TD. HTHP FL should be less than 15cc at 120oC by using 6-8 kg/m3 DV-FLO
HT. The addition of 10-14kg/m3 DV-KLASEAL would help to stabilize the long slim
hole.

1-2% DV-KLAFREE - ROP enhancer and DV-LUB M would be used to improve ROP
and reduce drilling torque at substantial inclination.

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It is recommended to add 10-15 kg/m3 CaCO3 F/M and 2-3kg/m3 DV-CELBA F into
the system to improve filter cake & minimize the potential of differential sticking
and Pipe lax W should be available for contingency of stuck pipe.

Dump sand traps & dilute with new premix frequently to control MW & sand
content build up in the system.

Displacement

There should be no specific displacement procedures used to displace the well to


KCl/Polymer system. The following procedures are recommended:

 Clean the mud pit thoroughly prior to build the KCl /Polymer system.
 Lower the rheology of WBM to be displaced.
 Pump 50 bbl hivis pill.
 Pump 100 bbl SW.
 Displaced to KCl/Polymer system.

The system is a preference to SBM, with excellent environment compliance. The system
is easy to maintain and very suitable for offshore application as it could be mixed using
Seawater.

The shale inhibitors used in the system are DV-HIB, KCL and DV-CAP LV. The DV-HIB
& KCl will suppress the hydration of clay/shale. The DV-CAP LV is an encapsulating
agent which prevents any further dispersion of clay/shale cuttings.

DV-HIVIS would be the primary viscosifier. 6rpm should be maintained not less than 9
for hole cleaning and cutting suspension by using 3-4.5 kg/m3 DV-HIVIS.

The low API FL is required to minimize the potential of mud ring due to a thick filter cake
built up. The API FL would be controlled less than 4cc/30min by using 10-12 kg/m3 DV-
PAC LV and would be tighten to less than 3.5cc/30min at the end of the section.

10-14kg/m3 DV-KLASEAL would be necessary to improve the quality of filter cake and
maintain hole stability.

It is recommended to maintain 10% KCl, 3-3.5% DV-HIB and 10-12kg/m3 DV-CAP


LV in the premix, as this would be able to provide 8-10% KCl, 2.5-3% DV-HIB and
8.5-10 kg/m3 DV-CAP LV in the active system.
The ROP enhancer used in the system is DV-KLAFREE and DV-LUB M. It will prevent
accretion, minimizing bit balling tendencies, improving the lubricity, and enhancing the
ROP. DV-KLAFREE and DV-LUB M concentration can be started from 1-2% v/v and
would be increased to 3-4 % if necessary.

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Possible depleted low-pressured, highly permeable sands may be encountered,


therefore 10-15kg/m3 CaCO3 F and 2-3kg/m3 DV-CELBA F would be added into
the system to improve the sealing capability and compressibility of filter cake.

The expecting MW would be maintained at 1.12 – 1.40 +/-0.02 sg during entire section.

It is strongly recommended to blend 50% fresh mud and 50% existing mud and
spot to the open hole before POOH for casing in order to stabilize the hole during
the time of running casing. Add Radiagreen 1-2% in to active system if necessary.

Shaker screens and Centrifuges should be optimized properly to control MW & LGS.
Beginning section would be used 165 or 180 mesh screens, after mud already sheared,
the finer screen (200/230mesh screen) is recommended to minimize LGS building up in
the mud system. The shakers should be monitored and inspected closely. DO NOT use
different sizes of screen for each set of shake shaker, i.e.: 200/200/230/230. The proper
set up would be 200/200/200/200or 230/230/230/230.

To maintain mud density and % DS in the system, all SCE should be optimized
properly.

The pH of the system naturally will be at +/-9.5, and this mainly contributed by the DV-
HIB.
PROTROL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

System Components

Primary inhibitor DV-HIB is the primary shale inhibitor in the system. It is a liquid
additive acting as clay hydration suppressant, by intercalating and reducing the space
between the clay platelets so the water molecules will not penetrate and cause clay
swelling. The recommended treatment is 3% v/v (30 kg/m3). The proper addition of DV-
HIB will insure pH +/- 9.5, and relatively high alkalinity.

Secondary inhibitor DV-CAP LV is the secondary shale inhibitor in the system. It is a


novel encapsulating agent used at concentration of 8.5 – 10kg/m3 to give good cuttings
integrity and preventing clay from sticking to shaker screens.

Overall shale inhibition KCL is the shale inhibition enhancer. The concentration of 8-
10% by wt will provide overall shale inhibition.

ROP Enhancer DV-KLAFREE is a blend of surfactants that lower accretion, adherence


of shale cuttings to metal surface, i.e.: bit and BHA. It also provides additional lubricity
into the system. The optimum concentration will be 1.0 – 3.0%, depending on the solid
content and fluid density.

LSRV and Filtration Control. The synergic works of DV-HIVIS and DV-PAC LV will
provide the true yield of the system with time independence elevated Low Shear

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Rate Viscosity (LSRV), and low fluid loss. The recommended concentration of DV-
HIVIS is 4.0-5.0 kg/m3, and for DV-PAC LV is 10 – 12 kg/m3.

Base Fluids. The system could be built from either Drill Water or Seawater. To optimize
the shale inhibition quality, Potassium Chloride (KCl) will be used in the system.

Density. Common weighting materials such as Barite and Calcium Carbonate could be
used in the system.

Other Additives. Other additives for high temperature application could be used to
extend the thermal stability of the system. DV- POLYSTAB HT and Magnesium Oxide
could be used as polymer thermal extender. DV-RES and Asphasol Supreme (DV-
KLASEAL equivalent) could be used to lower the HTHP fluid loss. DV-KLASEAL could
also be used to stabilize the hole in unconsolidated formation and at high inclination.

Lubricity

The PROTROL system exhibits good natural lubricity in laboratory testing. However, the
addition of DV-KLAFREE ROP Enhancer and DV-LUB M could enhance the lubricity
and minimizing the accretion. In the higher density condition (14ppg), the addition of
DV-KLAFREE and DV-LUB M lowered the coefficient of friction (COF) below 0.25, a
good value for WBM.

Toxicity

The individual component in the PROTROL system had been tested for their effect on
toxicity. All formulations have good LC50 values, over 140,000ppm.

Cement Contamination

If cement would be drilled out using PROTROL system, the system should be pre-
treated with Citric Acid and or Sodium Bicarbonate prior to use for drilling out cement.
Although this system is tolerant to high level of Ca++ hardness, the high pH of cement
contamination is detrimental to DV-CAP LV & other polymers.

Continuously add these products while drilling cement to maintain pH below 10.

 Citric Acid required ppb = excess lime ppb x 1.893


 Sodium Bicarbonate required ppb = excess lime ppb x 1.135
 Lime content Lime ppb = 0.26 x (Pm - FwPf)
(Fw is decimal fraction of water - using the value from the retort test)

In the particular case of this well, cement would be drilled using old Gel Polymer mud or
Seawater and hivis sweeps as required. Then the hole would be displaced to PROTROL
system prior to performing FIT.

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System Maintenance

Solids Control

Linear Motion Shale Shakers (or Elliptical) and High Speed Centrifuges should be
recommended for the system. Mud Cleaner could be used as well, if the screens
management over the Shale Shakers is not optimum. The screen used for Mud Cleaner
should be 250mesh or finer. If required for mud weight reduction, Desander and Desilter
could be run with discharges dumped overboard, however, this could be costly. The
MBT of the system should be maintained less than 35 kg/m3 at all times. Dilution with
unweighted higher concentration premix is recommended, to maintain the required
product concentrations while maintaining the desirable fluid properties.

Dilution
Premix volumes should be built based on the expected depletion rates.
The standard premix concentrations are as follow:

Product Unit Premix Active


Concentration Concentration
KCl % w/w 10-12 8-10
DV-HIB % v/v 3.0-3.5 2.5-3.0
DV-CAP LV kg/m3 10.0-12.0 8.5-10.0
DV-KLAFREE % v/v 1-4 1- 2
DV-HIVIS kg/m3 2 – 4.5 6rpm 9 – 14
DV-PAC LV kg/m3 10-12 API FL <4cc

Rheology – Hole Cleaning

Maintain the 6rpm reading between 9 – 14 dial readings. The 6rpm values should
be justified by the ROP and the inclination of the well. The YP values would be
very much depending on the target 6rpm values, which means the 6rpm reading
should be the priority to achieve.

Use the combination of DV-HIVIS and DV-PAC LV to achieve the target low shear rate
viscosity and fluid loss of the system. The viscosity should be a true yield time
independent elevated LSRV. The Gel Strength should not be progressive, for example
the 10min Gels should be less than 2x 10sec Gels. The progressive Gels indicate the
excessive fines built up in the system. In the event of progressive Gels, evaluate the
inhibition levels of the system, if required dumping and dilution should be done without
any delay.

Inhibition

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Monitor the cuttings on the Shale Shakers. The cuttings should be firm and dry. Sticky
and balled up cuttings may indicate insufficient inhibition. It had been experienced DV-
HIB slightly depleted, whilst DV-CAP LV depleted significantly fast. It is recommended
to maintain 2.5-3.0% DV-HIB in the 8.5-10 kg/m3 DV-CAP LV in the active system.

Bit Balling – ROP


The system is designed for minimal bit balling tendencies, with higher ROP. It had been
also experienced the best practice of using DV-KLAFREE is to start with 1-2% and
increased it up to 3-4% when required.

Density
Cuttings on Shale Shakers should be monitored for any sign of caving or sloughing.
Tight hole, fill after trip, high torque and drag while connection could be signs of
insufficient fluid density.

Alkalinity – pH, pm, pf, and mf


The system has its natural pH of +/- 9.5 contributed by DV-HIB. There should be no
Caustic Soda required in the system. The alkalinity measurements such as Pm, Pf and
Mf will be higher than their values in common WBM.

API Fluid Loss


The combination of DV-HIVIS and DV-PAC LV would be able to provide low API FL
value.

Hole instablility.
Due to long open hole and highly unconsolidated section, DV-KLASEAL at
concentration of 10-12 kg/m3 would be used to improve the stability of bore hole by
creating a firm filter cake and sealing off the micro fissures or fractures.

Acid gas influx (H2S, CO2)


Although the PROTROL system does not have a very high pH, the mud and filtrate
alkalinities are elevated due to the buffering effect of DV-HIB on pH. It has been
observed that the Pm, Pf and Mf of the PROTROL system are similar to those of a
“typical” water-based mud with a pH of 11 – 11.5. Although the elevated alkalinities will
offer an initial buffering effect against acid gases, a treatment will be required if the acid
gas influx is identified. This should be coupled with a low MBT in the system and with
the possibility of increasing the mud weight to overcome further influx.
For CO2 influx, treat the system with lime, ensuring that the pH is not increased over 10
and that the filtrate Ca++ level is at least 100 mg/l.
For H2S influx, Zinc Carbonate or Zinc Oxide is the recommended scavenger.

FORMULATION AND MIXING

* KCl/Polymer mixing:

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 Add required volume of seawater, however drill water is preferable.


 Treated out the Ca-harness to <800ppm using Soda Ash (as fast as possible).
 Add 1.25 kg/m3 DV-CIDE (as fast as possible).
 Add 60-80 kg/m3 KCl (8-10% w/w) (as fast as possible).
 Add 2.0-4.5 kg/m3 DV-HIVIS, shear thoroughly (10mins/sack).
 Add 6-10 kg/m3 DV-PAC LV, shear thoroughly (5 mins/sack).
 Add 8.5-10 kg/m3 DV-CAP LV, shear thoroughly (5 mins/sack).
 Add 10-15 kg/m3 CaCO3 F, shear thoroughly (as fast as possible).
 Add 2-3 kg/m3 DV-CELBA F, shear thoroughly (as fast as possible).
 Add 1.0-2.0% by volume DV-LUB M, shear thoroughly. (optional).
 Add Barite as required for density (as fast as possible).

* PROTROL mixing:

 Add required volume of seawater, however drill water is preferable.


 Treated out the Ca-harness to <800ppm using Soda Ash (as fast as possible).
 Add 1.25 kg/m3 DV-CIDE (as fast as possible).
 Add 80-100 kg/m3 KCl (8-10% w/w) (as fast as possible).
 Add 2.5-3.0% by volume (25-30 kg/m3) DV-HIB (as fast as possible).
 Add 2.0-4.5 kg/m3 DV-HIVIS, shear thoroughly (10mins/sack).
 Add 6-10 kg/m3 DV-PAC LV, shear thoroughly (5 mins/sack).
 Add 5 - 8 kg/m3 DV-FLO HT, shear thoroughly (5 mins/sack).
 Add 8.5-10 kg/m3 DV-CAP LV, shear thoroughly (5 mins/sack).
 Add 1.0-2.0% by volume (10-20 kg/m3) DV-KLAFREE (as fast as possible).
 Add 10-12 kg/m3 DV-KLASEAL, shear thoroughly (5 mins/sack).
 Add 10-15 kg/m3 CaCO3 F, shear thoroughly (as fast as possible).
 Add 10-15 kg/m3 CaCO3 M, shear thoroughly (as fast as possible).
 Add 2-3 kg/m3 DV-CELBA F, shear thoroughly (as fast as possible).
 Add 1.0-2.0% by volume DV-LUB M, shear thoroughly. (optional).
 Add Barite as required for density (as fast as possible).

FLUID PROPERTIES

 Density 1.12-1.40 sg
 Funnel Viscosity 50 - 70 sec
 Plastic Viscosity ALAP
 Yield Point 25 – 40 lb/100 ft2
 6-rpm 9 - 14
 10” / 10’ Gels 10-14 / 12-25 lb/100 ft2
 API Fluid Loss <4 ml
 HTHP FL @120oC <14 ml
 pH 9 +/– 0.5
 KCl 8-10 % wt

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 DV-CAP LV 8.5 - 10 kg/m3


 DV-HIB 2.5 - 3.0 % by vol
 DV-KLAFREE 1.0 - 2.0 % by vol
 MBT < 35 kg/m3
 DS < 5.0 % vol

Proposed load out list for the 8 ½ ” hole section

1. Barite: 200 ton and recommeded to top up barite tank if possible


2. Soda Ash: 20 x 40 kg/sx (1 pallet)
3. DV-CIDE: 48 x 25 lt/cn (2 pallet)
4. Caustic soda 36 x 25kg/sx ( 2 pallet
4. DV-HIVIS: 140 x 25 kg/sx (4 pallet)
5. DV-CAP LV : 300 x 25kg/sx (10 pallet)
6. DV-HIB: 80 x 55 gal/dr (20 pallets)
7. KCL: 80 x 1 MT/BG (big bag)
8. DV-PAC LV: 350 x 25 kg/sx (10 pallets)
9. CaCO3 F: 360 x 25 kg/sx (9 pallets)
9. CaCO3 M: 360 x 25 kg/sx (9 pallets)
10. DV-CELBA F: 210 x 25lb/sx (7 pallets)
11.DV-KLAFREE: 32 x 55 gal/dr (8 pallets)
12.DV-KLASEAL 350 x 50lb kg/sx (10 pallets)
13.DV-LUB M 28x 49 gal/dr (7 pallets)
14. DV-FLO HT 210 x 50lb kg/sx(6 pallets)
15. Sodium bicarbonate : 80 x 25kg/sx ( 2 pallets)
16. Citric Acid : 80 x 25kg/sx ( 2 pallets)
17. Pipe lax W 8 x 200lt/dr ( 2 pallets)

VOLUME CONTROL, COST AND PRODUCT REQUIREMENT

Please refer to Mud Program Summary sheet.

6” Basement Section 3640– 3687 Open hole


DRILLING FLUID: SW/Hivis sweep
KEY ISSUE : Hole cleaning, Loss circulation and Stuck pipe

6 " hole section will be drilled using Sea water and Hivis sweep. Mud weight would be
started at 1.05+/-0.02 sg when drill this section.

Hivis should be used PHG and 10m3 of Hivis should be swept every 5m drilled to
prevent stuck pipe from cutting settle.

Highest allowable flow rate should be applied to ensure optimum hole cleaning.

* PHG Hivis mixing:

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 Add required volume of Drill Water


 Treated out the Ca-harness to <800ppm using Soda Ash (as fast as possible).
 Add 1.25 kg/m3 Biosafe (as fast as possible).
 Add 1.5kg/m3 Caustic Soda (as fast as possible).
 Add 0.8-1 kg/m3 Soda Ash (as fast as possible).
 Add 100 kg/m3 Bentonite, Wait for 3 hour minimum for Bentonite swelling

FLUID PROPERTIES

 Density 1.05+/-0.02 sg
 Funnel Viscosity >120 sec

Proposed load out list for the 6 hole section

1. Bentonite 20 MT
2. Caustic Soda: 18 x 25 kg/sx (1 pallets)
3. Soda Ash: 20 x 40 kg/sx (1 pallets)
4. Biosafe: 32 x 25 lt/cn (1 pallet)

CONTINGENCY – LOST CIRCULATION

It’s recommended that the following LCM products should always be available on the rig.
 DV-MISC C: 40 sx
 DV-MISC M: 60 sx
 DV-MISC F 60 sx
 CaCO3 C: 40 sx
 CaCO3 M: 80 sx
 CaCO3 F: 80 sx
 CaCO3 Flake M: 40 sx
 Safe Carb 250: 40 sx
 DV-CELBA F: 70 sx
 DV-CELBA M: 70 sx
 Rice Husk 4 MT
 Bentonite 15 MT
 Guar Gum 30 sx
 Barite 100 MT

1. Seepage Losses

Down hole losses up to 2 m3/hr are categorized as seepage losses. To cure these
losses, a blend of LCM can be spotted as a pill or can be blended directly into the entire
circulating system.

Treatment for the entire circulating system:

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 Decrease mud weight with dilution, solid control equipment of both.


 Decrease Pump Pressure and ECD by reducing stroke rate and drilling fluid
rheological values (PV, YP, Gels).
 15 kg/m3 CaCO3 F.
 15 kg/m3 CaCO3 M.

Mixing an LCM spotting pill (8 m3):


Acid soluble pill:

 Existing mud.
 45 kg/m3 CaCO3 F.
 45 kg/m3 CaCO3 M.

Non acid soluble pill:

 Existing mud.
 15 kg/m3 DV-CELBA F.
 15 kg/m3 DV-CELBA M.
 20 kg/m3 CaCO3 M.
 20 kg/m3 DV-MISC F.

2. Partial Losses and Servere Losses - Non Cavernous Carbonate Formation -


Drilling

Once the partial losses & Servere losses between 2 to 45 m3/hr had been experienced
in non-cavernous Carbonate formation, the bit should be pulled off bottom. Turn off the
pump and let the formation to heal. If the formation will not heal by itself, mixing and
spot the LCM pill#1 to the thief zones. After spotting the LCM pill POOH to a safe point
above the LCM pill level (normally will be 5 stands) and always keep the pipe rotating
and reciprocating as much as possible. The pipe movement will minimize the potential of
differential sticking. Circulate at normal rate to induce the pill into the loss zone. Stop
pump and check the fluid level. Time consumed should be considered for the pill to seal
the thief zones.

2a - Mixing pill #1 (acid soluble pill):

 Existing mud
 55 kg/m3 CaCO3 F
 70 kg/m3 CaCO3 M
 45 ppb Safe Carb 250.

2b - If the pill #1 does not heal the losses, mix and spot the following pill #2 (non
acid soluble):

 Existing mud.
 50 kg/m3 DV-CELBA M

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 70 kg/m3 DV-MISC M
 45 kg/m3 DV-MISC F
 30 kg/m3 Safe Carb 250

Assure sufficient rheolgy had been maintained in the system prior to add Safe Carb 250
and other LCM into the pill. If required add DUOVIS into the pill for a better suspension.
Great care must be taken to avoid plugging the drill-string when using this kind of high
concentration LCM pills containing Safe Carb 250. Keep the pits well agitated. A
displacement rate at 9.5 bpm should be used, and never stop pumping until the LCM is
displaced out of drill string.

Preparation:

1. When drilling approaches the expected thief zones, the slug pit should be
kept aside for LCM slugs. In the unlikely event that partial to severe mud
losses are encountered, 8m3 of usable volume should be built. LCM materials
should be mixed to the maximum concentration that can be kept safely
agitated and made up to 65ppb at the time of the incident. It is essential to
keep this fully agitated. Do not use any of the mud shearing devices for mixing
this pill.

2. Ensure that all the restrictions in the BHA and at surface have been reduced
to a minimum.

Procedures:
1. On encountering partial to severe losses of 2 to 45 m3/hr in non-carbonate
formation, line up to pump mud and fill the annulus at 8 m3/h, and LCM down
the drill-pipe, monitoring the well at all times.
2. Close the annular preventer if the level in the riser falls out of sight.
3. Pump and displace 8m3 of LCM pill #2. Pump out of the hole while displacing
the LCM. Keep the pipe rotating and reciprocating to prevent sticking as
caving descend in the annulus. Have a watcher monitoring the pits when
pumping and displacing LCM - do not rely on pump strokes alone.
4. Pull back to safe depth. This will preferably be to the casing shoe, or at least a
depth where the bit will be above the top of the LCM pill if all the LCM stayed
in the hole (i.e. have a minimum of 8m3 of open hole beneath the bit).
5. Monitor the displacement pressure at all times. Fill the annulus with mud and
then seawater when out of mud at 8 m/hr. Displace all LCM from the drill-
string. Displace to leave the hole full of LCM across the loss zone.
6. Circulate across the wellhead for at least two hours. If the LCM has begun to
work, close the annular preventer and apply a light squeeze pressure, 100 to
200 psi to force the LCM into the fractures.

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2c - If the treatment does not work, proceed to pill #3 (DOBG). Be prepared to mix
usable 25bbls DOBG pill in rigs slug pit.
 2m3 diesel cushion.
 4 m3 DOBG.
 1m3 diesel cushion.
 Please refer to recipe and procedures below.

3. Partial Losses and Servere Losses (Cavernous Carbonate Formation) or No


Return
If total losses are experienced, prepare and spot pills (8m3) with the following blend.

Acid Soluble LCM Blends (open nozzle or open end drillpipe):


 Existing mud
 70 kg/m3 CaCO3 Flake M
 60 kg/m3 Safe Carb 250
 45 kg/m3 CaCO3 M
 30 kg/m3 CaCO3 F

If Acid soluble LCM pill does not work, proceed to mix the conventional-non acid
soluble LCM pill (open nozzle or open end drillpipe):
 Existing mud.
 60 kg/3 DV-MISC C
 60 kg/m3 DV-MISC M
 30 kg/3 DV-MISC F
 45 kg/3 Safe Carb 250

In the unlikely event that total loss return is experienced, the well control situation
should be considered. Fill the drill string and annulus with drilling fluids then seawater at
10 m3/hr. Unless the losses are caused by induced fractures, normally the total losses
could not be cured by conventional LCM pill. The DOBG pill would be the primary and
secondary methods for controlling lost circulations at partial losses to no returns in the
Carbonate formation.

Diesel Oil Bentonite Guar Gum (DOBG) Squeeze

DOBG is an effective conventional gunk squeeze LCM plug for cavernous Carbonate
formation.

Preparation:

1. Prior to drilling out the 9 5/8” casing shoe, the rig crews should be ready to
mix DOBG in the slug pit should lost circulation be encountered. A diesel oil
holding tank should also be ready to take diesel.

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2. Mix 3.5MT Bentonite and 10 sx Guar Gum with 2.5m3 of Diesel Oil in the
slug pit. Mixing can be done continuously in the Batch mixer (slug pit). The
final volume would be 4m3. (Mix sufficient volume for 4m3 pump able DOBG,
excluding dead volume).
Recipe to build DOBG pills:
 850 kg/m3 Bentonite
 63 kg/m3 Guar Gum
 0.64m3 Diesal oil
3. Be prepared for losses and install big jet nozzles prior to drilling the potential
loss zone, to enable pumping of DOBG.
4. Pump in a 2m3 cushion of water-free diesel oil ahead of the DOBG.
5. Displace the DOBG down the drill pipe and follow with 1m3 of diesel oil.
When the front of diesel oil cushion in the drill pipe enters the bottom of the
open hole close the upper annular preventer and begin pumping drilling mud
into the annulus at a rate of 4 bpm with a second pump.
6. Control the pumping rates so that the ratio of DOBG volume to mud volume is
1:1. Pump rates of 4 bpm down the drill pipe and 4 bpm down the annulus will
usually be satisfactory with 5 in. drill pipe in 8.5”. hole.
7. Displace one-half the DOBG into the formation at this fast pumping rate or
until pressure begins to build up on the annulus. When pressure is obtained,
start pulling off bottom so the drill string does not get stuck in the DOBG. Slow
the pump rate on both the drill pipe and annulus to get the DOBG into the loss
zone without exceeding the maximum pressure set 100 to 300 psi. Attach a 0-
300 psi gauge to the annulus so that low pressures values can be easily read.
8. The drill pipe should be rotated and reciprocated slowly to obtain an indication
as to whether the DOBG might be moving up the annulus. If the weight
indicator shows any increased drag, check for drill string differential pressure
and break the connections and raise the drill pipe until it is free, then make
connections and continue displacement. Since the DOBG has no pumping
time limitation inside drill pipe, there need be no concern over short shutdown
periods.
9. Displace the next quarter of DOBG volume and mud at one-half the rate used
in Step 6.
10. Displace all of the DOBG at a rate of one-half the rate used in Step 9. Attempt,
by a hesitation squeeze, to get a pressure buildup. If a pressure build up is
achieved, open upper annular preventer, rotate and reciprocate the drill string
slowly, stage up pumps and circulate out long way any DOBG, which might
have moved up the annulus above the bit. DO NOT reverse out, DOBG will
set up inside the drill pipe.

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11. After the DOBG squeeze job, dress off DOBG down to 3m above the loss
Zone. If lost rate less than 6 m3/hr, drill ahead. If lost rate greater than 6
m3/hr, dress off DOBG down to thief zone, and pump another DOBG pill.

Precautions:
Avoid contamination of the DOBG with mud or water in the rig suction lines and pumps. The
following steps will minimize the possibility of contamination:

A. Field test for diesel oil suitability.

1. Fill a sand content tube to the 20% line with the diesel oil.
2. Add water to the "mud to here" line.
3. Shake vigorously for 10 seconds then allow stand for 10 minutes.
4. If the diesel oil and water separate into two distinct layers, the diesel oil is
suitable for use. However, if the fluid separates into three layers with the
diesel oil on top, the water on bottom and a white emulsion between, the
diesel oil is not suitable and should not be used.

B. Drain all water and mud out of all relevant rig pumps, lines, and slug pit prior to
mixing. Flush with diesel oil and pump into mud pit.

C. Use 1m3 of base oil to thoroughly flush the pumps, lines, and mixing facilities.

Note: Rice Husk LCM pill can be mixed (concentration of 20-60 kg/m3) and used to
kill losses under VSP instruction.

CONTINGENCY – STUCK PIPE

PREVENTION

Hole Cleaning

The drilling fluid should always provide good cutting suspension and good cutting
integrity. However, the good drilling practices should be required to achieve the good
hole cleaning. Flow Rate should be optimized for the respective hole size, and the ROP
should be managed to the calculated maximum rate. Drilling in rotating mode, as this
would provide helical pattern of cuttings distribution in the annulus. The 6-rpm reading
of the Fann35 viscometer would be the critical property as it represents the lowest
annular velocity for each respective hole section.

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The rule of thumb, 6rpm reading would be between 1 to 1.5 times the hole size,
depending on the hole inclination. Higher fluid density will also significantly improved
the hole cleaning.

Cutting and Wellbore Integrity

The shale inhibition should be managed for a good cutting and wellbore integrity.
Appropriate fluid density should be required to hold the wellbore in place, depending on
the rock mechanic and geo-stress of the formation. The ballooning effect (lost circulation
while drilling and gain while tripping out of hole) could be experienced while drilling with
high density fluid in the plastic formation (shale predominant). The ECD should be
maintained as low as possible.

Filtration Control, Filtrate and Cake

While drilling with the high density fluid, High Temperature and High pressure (HTHP)
fluid loss would be one of the most critical mud properties. The mud density should not
be higher than what is required to slightly over balance with formation pressure. The
HTHP FL should be maintained strictly as per drilling program, depending on the bottom
hole temperature of the hole. The drill solid concentration and MBT shall be measured
strictly as per approved DMC-WS’s proposal. The fluid rheology should not with
progressive Gels that tend to flocc the system. Flocculation system could provide high
FL with thick and spongy type of filter cake. The high FL and thick filter cake would be
the ideal situation for differential stuck pipe incident.

CURING - MECHANICAL

When it is determined that the pipe is differentially stuck or had been pulled into the key
seats, jarring down the pipe while applying torque to the pipe might be able to free the
pipe. This should be started immediately after the pipe became stuck. Time is critical as
the probability to free the pipe is diminished by time.

Note Jarring down should not be applied if running into hole and the pipe became
stuck due to the under gauge hole or changes in BHA, DOBG, etc.

CURING - SPOTTING FLUIDS

First attempt would be reducing the fluid density if permitted by the hole condition. This
act would reduce the over balance pressure that would help to free the pipe. If this
attempt is fail, proceed immediately to mix and pump the Pipelax-W spotting fluid.

1. Surfactant Spotting Fluid (PIPELAX)

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Preparation

1. Determine the free point using survey or pipe stretch method.


2. Jarring should be continued while spotting fluid being mixed.
3. Build sufficient volume that would cover the annulus up to the free point with 50-
200% extra volume for periodically pumping to spot fluid. Diesel oil could be
used as the base fluid. The formula will be calculated as below table:

Spotting Techniques
1. If there is no free point indicator available, the spotting fluid would be spot to
completely cover the annulus of the entire drill collars or casing in the hole.
2. Pump the spotting fluid into the drill string, and displace with mud until the
spotting fluid cover the whole annulus between the hole and drill collars or
casing. Sufficient volume should be left in the drill string for periodically pumping
1.9 bbls (0.3 m3) spotting fluid.
3. Worked the pipe by putting them into compression. Slack off 4500 kg and take ½
torque per 300m. Release the torque and pick up 4500 kg. Repeat this cycle in 5
minutes. The pipe will usually come free on compression cycle.
Note: Working the pipe in tension or pulling between 4500 – 22,500 kg above the
indicated weight of the drill string could cause the pipe become stuck in the
key seat further up the hole.
4. Periodically pump 1 bbl (0.15 m3) to keep the drill collars or casing is fully
soaked.

2. Spotting Hydrochloric Acid in Carbonate Formation


One technique to free stuck pipe in the Carbonate Formation is to spot Hydrochloric
Acid against the stuck zone. Usually 15% HCl is used as the spotting fluid.
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Note: High strength drill pipe is subject to hydrogen embitterment and catastrophic
failures in the acid environment. The appropriate Inhibitors should be used in the
acid solution.

Procedures
1. Pump the predetermined spacers, usually water or diesel oil. Approximately 3 to
5 m3.
2. Spot 5 – 8 m3 of 15% HCl against the suspected stuck zone. Allow a minimum 2
hours for the acid to work before the pipe is jarred. It is critical NOT to move the
pipe during the soaking period. If the pipe if moved, it could embed itself into the
wall as the wall being eroded.
3. An adequate amount of 15% HCl should be placed in the drill string for second
soak opportunity if required.
4. Follow the 15% HCl pill with the same spacer used in step-1.
5. When the pill is circulated out, it could be incorporated into the drilling fluid or
dumped overboard. Prior to dump overboard, it is recommended to neutralize the
acid with appropriate amount of Soda Ash, i.e: 250kg Soda Ash per 1 m3 of 15%
HCl solution.
Safety issues:
 Diluting the concentrate acid should always by adding the acid into water,
NEVER add water into acid.
 Circulate out the pill through the choke with slow pump rate. CO2 could be
released after the HCl acid reacted with carbonate. The CO2 gas could
behave like gas influx.
 Use proper safety equipment and PPE while handling the HCl acid.
 Maintain sufficient stock of Lime or Soda Ash onboard to neutralize the
acid pill when it is circulated out of hole.

WELL CONTROL

At all time the minimum Barite stock at the rig site should be able to increase the density
to 0.2sg more than the current density of total circulating volume.

ECD should be closely monitored. While tripping out of hole less hydrostatic column is
available than drilling. The reducing of hydrostatic column will promote to the wellbore
instability and the possibility of formation fluid intrusion into the well. It is recommended
to put some trip margin to the fluid density prior to trip out of hole. The trip margin is

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good to be applied while drilling the very plastic shale formation. Normally the trip
margin will be equal to the equivalent circulating density.

A successful well control is relied on the drilling fluid properties. The Gel Strength
should be fairly flat, thus reducing the viscosity related problem such as induced
pressure and swabbing effect.

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Appendix-1 PRODUCT & FUNCTION

PRODUCT FUNCTION
Barite Density control.
Bentonite Primary viscosifier, fluid loss reducer.
Biosafe Biocide
CaCO3 F/M/C Acid soluble granular LCM, fine and medium.
CaCO3 Flake M Acid soluble flake LCM, medium size.
Calcium Chloride (CaCl2) Brine, up to 1.39sg brine. Shale stabilizer.
Caustic Soda Alkalinity control, increase pH
Citric Acid Treat cement contamination, pH reducer.
CMC (E)HV Fluid loss reducer, viscosifier
Polysal T Fluid loss reducer
Defoam-A Alcohol based defoamer
Diesel Oil Component for DOBG pill
DV-HIVIS XC Polymer, viscosifier
Guar Gum Cost effective viscosifier for seawater hivis..
KCl Density control for KCl brine, K ion source shale inhibitor
Kleen Up Surfactant, rig wash detergent, oil removal.
DV-MISC F/M/C Non acid soluble LCM blends
Lime Alkalinity control, increase pH
DV-PAC LV Fluid loss reducer
DV-CELBA F/M/C Cellulosic fibrous LCM blend, fine and medium.
Pipelax W Surfactant, pipe freeing agent
PTS 200 Polymer thermal stabilizer
DV-LUB M Lubricant for WBM
Safe Carb 250 Acid soluble LCM, coarse size (D50 is 250 microns).
Safe Surf WN Surfactant, wash pill for CF displacement.
Soda Ash Teat hardness, increase pH.
Sodium Bicarbonate Treat cement contamination, reduce pH
Sodium Chloride (NaCl) Brine, up to 1.2sg.
DV-KLASEAL Stabilizes shale formations, HTHP fluid loss reducer
DV-FLO HT HTHP fluid loss reduce
DV-RES HTHP FL reducer and rheological stabilizer
Zinc Carbonate To remove H2S.
DV-CAP LV Encapsulating agent in PROTROL system.
DV-KLAFREE ROP enhancer in PROTROL system.
Hydration suppressant, primary shale inhibitor in
DV-HIB
PROTROL system.
DV-CIDE Biocide.

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WELL: 56B BK2
Date: 22-Aug-17

MUD SPECIFICATIONS VOLUME & COST PRODUCTS UNIT WT & COST CONC USE COST
8 1/2 Hole Section KCl/Polymer to PROTROL 7" Liner VOLUME & COST PRODUCTS UNIT WT & COST CONC COST
MW FV PV YP 6rpm 10"GELS 10' GELS API FL HTHP FL pH DV-CAP LV DV-HIB DV-KLAFREE KCl MBT DS Surface volume 90 KCl/Polymer mud
SG sec cp lb/100ft2 lb/100ft2 lb/100ft2 cc 120oC kg/m3 % %wt %wt kg/m3 % Riser volume 0 Barite 1000 171.00 500.00 201 34,371.00
1.12- 1.40 sg 50 - 70 ALAP 25 - 40 9-14 10-14 12-25 <4 <14 9-10 8.5-10 2.5-3 1-2 8-10 < 35 <5 Casing volume 68 KCl 1000 834.20 80.00 33 27,528.60
+/-0.02 OH volume 78 DV-HIVIS 25 261.78 4.50 73 19,109.94
1710 8 1/2" hole section will start with KCl/Polymer to +/-2460m MD (approx 2180mTVD), then convert to PROTROL on fly by adding DV-HIB, DV-KLAFREE and Dilution 491 DV-CAP LV 25 259.09 8.50 137 35,495.33
additional DV-CAP LV. Mud weight would be started at +/-1.12 +/-0.02sg and will be maintained at 1.12- 1.40 sg throughout the section. KCl/Polymer volume 401 DV-PAC LV 25 83.05 10.00 161 13,371.05
9 5/8'' casing must be thoroughly circulated and cleaned up by suspended mud before displacing hole with Protrol mud system. One Hivis pill should be followed Converted volume 192 Soda Ash 40 23.04 1.50 16 368.64
with new Protrol mud when displacing hole. Total Protrol volume 518 Caustic Soda 25 26.72 1.50 25 668.00
KCl/Polymer mud would be prepared using 2 inhibitors: KCl at 8% and DV-CAP LV at 7.5-8.5 kg/m3. Using such moderate inhibition mud will help to convert easily New Protrol volume 326 CaCO3 F 25 9.22 10.00 161 1,484.42
to Protrol mud later on as it would help to minimize the drill solids content in the system. DV-HIVIS and DV-PAC LV would be used as primary viscosifier and API New volume built 919 DV-CELBA F 11.5 33.40 3.00 105 3,507.00
fludi loss controller. As the hole stability of this section is very important, DV-HIB and DV-KLASEAL must be stand by on the rig while starting the section to be DV-CIDE 25 125.40 1.25 21 2,633.40
added on the mud in time in case there comes any indicators of hole instability caused by insufficient inhibition. ;
1585-2280 TVD The KCl/Polymer should be converted to Protrol mud at about +/ - 2460mMD (2180 m TVD ) and the conversion should complete at 2585 mMD (2280mTVD). The Protrol mud
1.12 +/- 0.02 sg inhibition of Protrol system is achieved from a combination of KCl, DV-CAP LV and DV-HIB. KCl at 8-10% v/w and 2.5-3% v/v DV-HIB would be used as clay DV-CIDE 25 125.40 1.25 17 2,131.80
hydration suppressant. 8.5-10 kg/m3 DV-CAP LV(encapsulating agent) is used to prevent clay from dispersion. DV-HIVIS with the concentration of 2-4.5kg/m3 would
2280-2730 TVD KCl 1000 834.20 100.00 37 30,865.40
be the primary viscosifier. 6rpm should be maintained not less than 9 for sufficient hole cleaning and cutting suspension. T he API FL would be controlled less than
1.14 +/- 0.02 sg 4.0cc per 30 mins by using of 10-12 kg/m3 DV-PAC LV and would be tightened less than 3.5 cc toward section TD . HTHP FL should be less than 15cc at 120oC by DV-HIVIS 25 261.78 4.50 59 15,445.02
2730-3000 TVD using 6-8 kg/m3 DV-FLO HT. The addition of 10-14kg/m3 DV-KLASEAL would help to stabilize the long slim hole . DV-CAP LV 25 259.09 10.00 143 37,049.87
1.18+/-0.02 sg The formation will be the target reservoir, Basement or magmaticand vulcanic rock.. DV-HIB 208 1,769.26 30.00 75 132,694.50
1-2% DV-KLAFREE - ROP enhancer and DV-LUB M would be used to improve ROP and reduce drilling torque at substantial inclination.
3000-3109 TVD DV-KLAFREE 175 1,404.92 10.00 30 42,147.60
It is recommended to add 10-15 kg/m3 CaCO3 F/M and 2-3kg/m3 DV-CELBA F into the system to improve filter cake & minimize the potential of differential sticking
1.30-1.40 sg DV-FLO HT 22.7 109.47 8.00 183 20,033.01
and Pipe lax W should be available for contingency of stuck pipe.
Section Drilled 1930 DV-PAC LV 25 83.05 12.00 157 13,038.85
COST Soda Ash 40 23.04 1.50 13 299.52
To maintain the required mud density and % DS in the system, all SCE should be optimized properly. Start the section with 145 /165 mesh screens, then Section Cost 500,502.13 DV-KLASEAL 22.7 86.66 14.00 320 27,731.20
upgrade tosection
8 1/2'' hole 180 / 200 / 230
would bemesh
drilledscreens after mud
using salvaged already
Ultradril sheared.
from previous section. Salvaged mud should be blended with fresh mud to eliminate drill solid effect on Cost / M3 544.62 CaCO3 F 25 9.22 15.00 196 1,807.12
mud
8 1/2''properties.
hole section would be drilled using salvaged Ultradril from previous section. Salvaged mud should be blended with fresh mud to eliminate drill solid effect on CaCO3 M 25 9.22 15.00 311 2,867.42
The
mud inhibition
properties.of the system is achieved from a combination of the K+ ion, (KCl salt), Ultracap and Ultrahib. The combination of 8-10% KCl and 2.5-3%
Ultrahib wouldofbethe
used as the Cost / M 259.33 DV-CELBA F 11.5 33.74 3.00 86 2,901.64
The inhibition system is clay hydration
achieved from suppressant.
a combination8.5-10
of thekg/m3
K+ ion,Ultracap (encapsulating
(KCl salt), Ultracap andagent) is used
Ultrahib. Theto prevent clayofdi8-10%
combination spersing
KClinto
andthe
2.5-3%
BHT 90-103 C system. Duovisbe
Ultrahib would with theas
used concentration of 4-4.5kg/m3
the clay hydration would8.5-10
suppressant. be thekg/m3
primary viscosifier.
Ultracap 6rpm should
(encapsulating be maintained
agent) not lessclay
is used to prevent thandi10 at all times
spersing for hole
into the DV-LUB M 189 1,176.85 10.00 28 32,951.80
3640 cleaning and cutting suspension. Soltex should be used to improve hole stability. The combination of Soltex and Dual Flo HT will control HTHP FL Cum Well Cost 500,502.13
MUD SPECIFICATIONS VOLUME & COST PRODUCTS UNIT WT & COST CONC USE COST
6 Basement Section SW/Hivis sweep Open hole VOLUME & COST PRODUCTS UNIT WT & COST CONC COST
MW FV (s) Surface volume 90 Bentonite 1000 180.00 100.00 15 2,700.00
SG Hivis sweep Riser volume 0 Biosafe 25 36.10 0.85 6 216.60
1.05+- 0.02 sg >120 Casing volume 217 Caustic Soda 25 26.72 1.50 9 240.48
OH volume 1 Soda Ash 40 23.04 0.80 3 69.12
3640 6 " hole section will be drilled using Sea water and Hivis sweep. Mud weight would be started at 1.05+/-0.02 sg when drill this section. Dilution 12

Hivis should be used PHG and 10m3 of Hivis should be swept every 5m drilled to prevent stuck pipe from cutting settle.
Total Volume 320
Highest allowable flow rate should be applied to ensure optimum hole cleaning.
New volume built 320

Section Drilled 47
COST
Section Cost 3,226.20
8 1/2'' hole section would be drilled using salvaged Ultradril from previous section. Salvaged mud should be blended with fresh mud to eliminate drill solid effect on Cost / M3 10.08
mud
8 1/2''properties.
hole section would be drilled using salvaged Ultradril from previous section. Salvaged mud should be blended with fresh mud to eliminate drill solid effect on
mud inhibition
The properties.of the system is achieved from a combination of the K+ ion, (KCl salt), Ultracap and Ultrahib. The combination of 8-10% KCl and 2.5-3%
Cost / M 68.64
The inhibition
Ultrahib wouldofbethe system
used is clay
as the achieved from suppressant.
hydration a combination8.5-10
of thekg/m3
K+ ion,Ultracap
(KCl salt), Ultracap andagent)
(encapsulating Ultrahib. The to
is used combination
prevent clayofdispersing
8-10% KClintoandthe
2.5-3%
BHT 103 -108 C
Ultrahib would
system. Duovisbe used
with theas the clay hydration
concentration suppressant.
of 4-4.5kg/m3 would8.5-10
be thekg/m3 Ultracap
primary (encapsulating
viscosifier. agent)
6rpm should is used to prevent
be maintained not lessclay
thandispersing into the
10 at all times for hole
3687 Cum Well Cost 503,728.33

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CEMENTING SCHEMATIC

7” LINER CEMENTATION

MATERIALS CONSUMPTION SUMMARY

APPENDIX

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7 INCH LINER

1) WELL DATA

Depth of casing M MD BRT 3,640


Depth of casing M TVD BRT 3,109
Depth of previous casing M MD BRT 1,710
Hole size inch 8.5
Casing size inch 7
Casing weight lbs/ft 29
o
BHST C 113
o
BHCT C 83
Top of Tail Cement M MD BRT 3,340
Top of Lead Cement M MD BRT 1,520

2) JOB DISCUSSION

It is proposed that the following equipment, procedure, spacer system and cement
slurries be utilized to cement the 7” liner.

A) SLURRY DESIGN

The lead slurry is 12.5ppg mixed with seawater. A-3L, Extender, is recommended to
control free water of the production. FL-66L, fluid loss additive, is recommended to
control fluid loss and free water of the production. R-8L, retarder, is used to ensure
the slurry remains fluid during the pumping operation. FP-9L, defoamer, is used to
prevent the formation of foam.

The tail slurry is 15.0ppg mixed with seawater. BA-58L, bonding agent, is used to
enhance casing-cement-well bore bonding, reduce cement permeability to gas,
minimize and control gas migration. FL-66L, fluid loss additive, is recommended to
control fluid loss and free water of the production. CD-33L, dispersant, is used to
reduce the viscosity. R-8L, retarder, is used to ensure the slurry remains fluid during
the pumping operation. FP-9L, de-foamer, is used to prevent the formation of foam.

The cement slurry with following additive concentrations are recommended:

Lead: DMC “G” cement + 0.4gps A-3L + 0.55gps FL-66L + 0.16gps R-8L + 0.05gps
FP-9L + Seawater @ 12.5ppg
Tail: DMC “G” cement + 0.65gps FL-66L + 1.0gps BA-58L + 0.35gps CD-33L+
0.05gps R-8L + 0.05gps FP-9L + Seawater @ 15.0ppg
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Please find lab report for more details.

B) MUD CONDITIONING

Mud must be thinned and conditioned before cementing the casing to ensure that it is
of constant density and viscosity. Reduce YP and PV as low as possible. Maintaining
the cutting removal with the mud is critical to prevent the formation of the bed of
cuttings along the bottom of the hole with will overwork the spacer and may result in
bridging.

C) EQUIPMENT

Install a float shoe, float collar and landing collar separately by three joints.

Centralizers are installed to enhance a proper stand-off percentage. Centralization of


the casing is critical for the optimum cement placement. A decentralized casing will
compound the problem of mud displacement as both the spacer and cement slurry will
naturally follow the path of the least resistance and bypass the narrower side of the
eccentric annulus. This will result in the by-passing of drilling fluid. These will
prevent the formation of a good annular cement sheath reducing the chance of good
seal across the length of annulus.

7” x 8 ½” spirolizer / bow type centralizer shall be installed as following:


 1ea per joint from the shoe track top top of tail.
 1ea per joint for 2 joints from top of tail up to the previous shoe.

Note: It would be referred to follow VSP liner running procedure and


centralization program.

D) SPACER

To prevent the intermixing of drilling mud and cement slurry, it is recommended to


pump 30bbl drill water and 60bbl of weighted MCS spacer ahead of the cement
slurry. Spacer density should be between mud and slurry densities. The spacer is
designed to thin the mud, keeping removed mud solids in suspension and leaving
casing water wet, thus improve bond to cement.

Incase downhole losses, it is recommended to pump 30bbl drill water and 60bbl of
weighted SEAL BONDTM spacer (with concentration 18lb/bbl.) ahead of the cement
slurry. The Seal Bond Spacer is utilized to help mitigate lost circulation issues while
cementing, forms a seal to minimize filtrate invasion into the formation, provides
wellbore strengthening and reduces incidents of induced losses, improve cement bond.

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E) JOB PROCEDURE

1. When Liner is landed and Cement Line is connected, break circulation slowly.
Circulate as a minimum, 1.5 volumes bottom up to thin down the mud.

2. Flush cement line volume with Sea Water and pressure test to 4,000 psi.

3. Drop Ball to activate the Liner Hanger as per Liner Hanger’s procedure.

4. Follow the next step with according option.


a. Option 1: Break circulation by rig pump with 30bbl of Drill Water and
60bbl of weighted MCS Spacer (depending on final MW) at +/-7 bpm.
b. Option 2: Break circulation by rig pump with 30bbl of Drill Water and
60bbl of weighted SEAL BONDTM spacer (depending on final MW) at +/-7
bpm.

5. Mix and pump calculated volume of 12.5ppg Lead Slurry at +/- 6 bpm and
15.0ppg Tail Slurry at +/- 4bpm.

Cement shall be weighted at regular intervals during the job using a


Pressurized Mud Balance.

6. Drop the Liner Dart to release the Wiper Plug at bottom as per Liner Hanger’s
procedure.

7. Displace Cement with Drilling Fluid at highest permissible rate to the landing
collar (+/- 8 bpm or higher if conditions allow).
Return shall be carefully monitored and reduce the displacement rate to
prevent the lost circulation. Slow down to 2bpm during last 10bbl. before Plug
bumped.

8. Bump the plug. DO NOT OVER DISPLACE CEMENT SLURRY.

9. Check flow back to see that the float shoe is holding. If it is, commence rigging
down the cement string, if not, waiting on cement until the cement has taken
the initial set.

The detail liner running procedure will be given by VSP and Liner Hanger Service. It is
not recommended to pressure test the Liner without circulate the excessive cement on
Top of Liner Hanger.

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Well: BK2-56B
OCSG / Legal Description: Offshore Viet Nam

CemFACTS Report
Design Date: Aug 21st , 2017

Service Type: 7" Liner Cementation


Customer Representative: Ta Van Thinh
Baker Hughes Representative: Tran Thi Thu

Advancing Reservoir Performance

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Baker Hughes CemFACTS Program Version 6.00
Job Number: 7" Liner cement job
Customer: VSP
Well Name: BK2-56B

Service Information
Design Date: Aug 21st , 2017
Customer: VSP
Well: BK2-56B
County: Viet Nam
Customer Representative: Ta Van Thinh
OCSG / Legal Description: Offshore Viet Nam
Service Type: 7" Liner Cementation
Service District / Boat: Viet Nam
Baker Hughes Representative: Tran Thi Thu
Job Number: 7" Liner cement job

Comments:
Primary Cementation

Well Description
Well Depth: 3642 m
Shoe Depth: 3640 m
Landing Collar Depth: 3604 m
Cement Top: 1520 m
Previous Shoe Depth: 1710 m
Liner Hanger Depth: 1520 m
Surface Temperature: 30 °C
Static BHT: 113 °C
Circulating BHT: 83 °C
Surface Line Length: 30 m
Surface Line ID: 1.750 in
Mud Line Depth: 10 m
Sea Level Depth: 0 m
Sea Water Density: 8.55 ppg

Cement Excess: Increase Hole Size(s)

Deviation Meas. Vert. Incl. Azimuth


Depth Depth Angle Angle
m m deg deg
30 30 0.3 73.0
60 60 0.6 73.0
90 90 0.9 73.0
120 120 1.2 73.0
130 130 1.3 73.0
150 150 1.5 73.0
170 170 1.8 73.0
180 180 2.4 73.0
190 190 3.0 73.0
210 210 3.5 73.0
230 230 3.8 73.0
240 240 3.4 73.0
250 250 3.0 73.0
270 270 2.5 73.0
290 290 1.8 73.0
300 300 1.8 73.0
310 310 1.8 73.0
330 330 2.0 73.0

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Customer: VSP
Well Name: BK2-56B

Deviation Meas. Vert. Incl. Azimuth


Depth Depth Angle Angle
m m deg deg
350 350 1.5 73.0
360 360 1.1 73.0
370 370 0.8 73.0
390 390 0.8 73.0
410 410 0.5 73.0
420 420 0.4 73.0
430 430 0.3 73.0
450 450 0.3 73.0
460 460 0.3 73.0
470 470 0.3 73.0
480 480 0.5 73.0
510 510 0.6 73.0
535 535 0.8 73.0
540 540 0.8 73.0
560 560 1.0 73.0
570 570 2.7 73.0
585 585 5.3 73.0
600 600 6.9 76.5
610 610 8.0 78.0
630 629 9.4 78.8
635 634 9.8 79.0
660 659 11.3 80.0
685 683 13.0 79.0
690 688 13.4 78.8
710 708 15.3 78.0
720 717 15.5 75.1
735 732 16.0 71.0
750 746 17.0 70.4
760 756 17.8 70.0
780 775 18.4 70.0
785 779 18.5 70.0
810 803 20.3 70.0
835 826 21.5 70.0
840 831 21.8 70.2
860 849 23.0 71.0
870 859 23.4 71.0
885 872 24.0 71.0
900 886 24.7 71.6
910 895 25.3 72.0
930 913 26.6 71.2
935 917 27.0 71.0
960 940 28.0 70.0
985 962 28.3 70.0
990 966 28.4 70.0
1010 984 28.8 70.0
1020 992 29.0 70.0
1035 1006 29.3 70.0
1050 1019 29.5 70.0
1060 1027 29.8 70.0
1080 1045 30.0 70.0
1085 1049 30.0 70.0
1110 1071 30.0 70.0
1135 1092 30.0 70.0

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Job Number: 7" Liner cement job
Customer: VSP
Well Name: BK2-56B

Deviation Meas. Vert. Incl. Azimuth


Depth Depth Angle Angle
m m deg deg
1140 1097 30.0 70.0
1160 1114 30.0 70.0
1170 1123 30.2 69.6
1185 1136 30.5 69.0
1200 1148 30.8 68.4
1210 1157 31.0 68.0
1230 1174 31.0 67.2
1235 1178 31.0 67.0
1260 1200 31.3 66.0
1285 1221 31.5 65.0
1290 1225 31.5 65.0
1310 1242 31.8 65.0
1320 1251 32.0 65.0
1335 1264 32.3 65.0
1350 1276 32.4 65.0
1360 1285 32.5 65.0
1380 1302 33.1 65.0
1385 1306 33.3 65.0
1410 1327 34.3 65.0
1435 1347 34.0 64.0
1440 1351 33.9 63.8
1460 1368 33.5 63.0
1470 1376 33.3 63.0
1485 1389 33.0 63.0
1500 1402 32.4 63.0
1510 1410 32.0 63.0
1520 1419 32.0 62.6
1530 1427 32.0 62.2
1535 1431 32.0 62.0
1560 1453 29.8 61.0
1585 1474 30.0 62.0
1590 1479 29.8 62.0
1610 1496 29.0 62.0
1620 1505 28.4 61.6
1635 1518 27.5 61.0
1650 1531 26.9 61.6
1660 1540 26.5 62.0
1680 1558 26.1 62.0
1685 1563 26.0 62.0
1710 1585 25.5 62.0
1715 1589 26.6 58.0
1740 1612 27.8 55.1
1770 1638 29.3 52.0
1800 1664 30.9 49.2
1830 1690 32.5 46.7
1860 1715 34.1 44.3
1890 1740 35.8 42.2
1920 1764 37.6 40.2
1945 1783 39.0 38.6
1950 1787 39.0 38.6
1980 1810 39.0 38.6
2010 1834 39.0 38.6
2040 1857 39.0 38.6

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Job Number: 7" Liner cement job
Customer: VSP
Well Name: BK2-56B

Deviation Meas. Vert. Incl. Azimuth


Depth Depth Angle Angle
m m deg deg
2070 1880 39.0 38.6
2100 1904 39.0 38.6
2130 1927 39.0 38.6
2160 1950 39.0 38.6
2190 1974 39.0 38.6
2220 1997 39.0 38.6
2250 2020 39.0 38.6
2280 2043 39.0 38.6
2310 2067 39.0 38.6
2340 2090 39.0 38.6
2370 2113 39.0 38.6
2400 2137 39.0 38.6
2430 2160 39.0 38.6
2460 2183 39.0 38.6
2490 2207 39.0 38.6
2520 2230 39.0 38.6
2550 2253 39.0 38.6
2580 2276 39.0 38.6
2610 2300 39.0 38.6
2640 2323 39.0 38.6
2670 2346 39.0 38.6
2700 2370 39.0 38.6
2730 2393 39.0 38.6
2760 2416 39.0 38.6
2790 2440 39.0 38.6
2820 2463 39.0 38.6
2850 2486 39.0 38.6
2880 2509 39.0 38.6
2910 2533 39.0 38.6
2940 2556 39.0 38.6
2970 2579 39.0 38.6
3000 2603 39.0 38.6
3030 2626 39.0 38.6
3060 2649 39.0 38.6
3090 2673 39.0 38.6
3120 2696 39.0 38.6
3150 2719 39.0 38.6
3180 2742 39.0 38.6
3210 2766 39.0 38.6
3240 2789 39.0 38.6
3270 2812 39.0 38.6
3300 2836 39.0 38.6
3330 2859 39.0 38.6
3360 2882 39.0 38.6
3390 2905 39.0 38.6
3392 2907 39.0 38.6
3420 2929 38.2 38.6
3450 2953 37.4 38.6
3480 2977 36.5 38.6
3510 3001 35.7 38.6
3540 3025 34.8 38.6
3570 3050 34.0 38.6
3600 3075 33.1 38.6

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Well Name: BK2-56B

Deviation Meas. Vert. Incl. Azimuth


Depth Depth Angle Angle
m m deg deg
3630 3100 32.3 38.6
3640 3109 32.0 38.6

Hole Dia. From To


in m m
8.681 10 1710
8.500 1710 3640

Casing OD ID Weight From To


in in lbm/ft m m
5.5" DP 5.500 4.670 24.70 0 1520
7" Liner 7.000 6.184 29.00 1520 3640

Wellbore Start End Hole Casing Casing


Summary MD MD TVD ID OD ID
m m m in in in
0 10 10 5.500 4.670
Cased 10 1520 1419 8.681 5.500 4.670
Cased 1520 1710 1585 8.681 7.000 6.184
Open 1710 3640 3109 10.007 7.000 6.184

Centralizer Spacing
Young's Modulus: 3.00e+07 psi
Density of External Fluid: 11.90 ppg
Density of Internal Fluid: 10.80 ppg

Starting Depth: 1520 m


Ending Depth: 3640 m
Hole Diameter: 8.500 in
Casing OD: 7.000 in
Casing ID: 6.184 in
Casing Weight: 29.00 lbm/ft
Constant Spacing: 12.0 m

Centralizer Manufacturer: Weatherford


Centralizer Description: SpiraGlider Heavy Duty (Spiral) 7x8.5

Total Centralizers: 178


Minimum Standoff Actual: 18.5 %
Minimum Standoff @ Depth: 1714 m

Summary From To Spacing No. per Joint Count


m m m
3640 1528 11.9 2 1 178

Note
Calculations involving centralizers are dependent on data provided by the centralizer manufacturer(s). Weatherford centralizer
performance data is based on tests performed by Weatherford according to the current API 10D specifications.

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Spacing/Min.Standoff
120

80

100

60
Spacing (m)

Standoff (%)
40
50

20

0 0
2000 3000
Depth (m)

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Drag & Torque


Density of External Fluid: 11.90 ppg
Density of Internal Fluid: 10.80 ppg
Cased-hole Friction Factor: 0.25
Open-hole Friction Factor: 0.35

Upstroke Drag: 91458 lbf


Downstroke Drag: 59691 lbf
Rotating Torque: 19336 lbf.ft
Static Hook Load: 213659 lbf
Upstroke Hook Load: 305116 lbf
Downstroke Hook Load: 153968 lbf

Fluids ( 7 Total)

Fluid 1 Type: Initial Mud


Fluid Description: Mud
Gel Strength: 10.1 lbf/hft²
Plastic Viscosity: 5.0 cp
Yield Point: 0.0 lbf/hft²
Density: 10.80 ppg

Fluid 2 Type: Preflush or Spacer


Fluid Description: Drillwater
Viscosity: 1.0 cp
Density: 8.34 ppg
Fluid Volume: 30 bbl
Water: 0.0 %
Water Volume: 0 bbl
Net Height: 209 m
Total Height: 209 m
Top: 894 m
Bottom: 1103 m
Mixing Rate: 6.00 bpm

Fluid 3 Type: Preflush or Spacer


Fluid Description: Spacer
Plastic Viscosity: 3.0 cp
Yield Point: 0.0 lbf/hft²
Density: 11.30 ppg
Fluid Volume: 60 bbl
Water: 100.0 %
Water Volume: 60 bbl
Net Height: 417 m
Total Height: 417 m
Top: 1103 m
Bottom: 1520 m
Displacement Rate: 7.00 bpm
Contact Time: 8.6 min
Mixing Rate: 6.00 bpm

Fluid 4 Type: Cement Slurry (G cement)


Fluid Description: Cement Lead
Reference Temperature: 30 °C

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Fluid 4 Type: Cement Slurry (G cement)


Fluid Description: Cement Lead
Plastic Viscosity: 21.0 cp
Yield Point: 8.2 lbf/hft²

Reference Temperature: 84 °C
Plastic Viscosity: 19.4 cp
Yield Point: 6.3 lbf/hft²

Density: 12.50 ppg


Cement Yield: 2.2000 ft³/sack
Total Cement: 719 sacks
Slurry Volume: 282 bbl
Water: 0.00 gal/sack
Water Volume: 0 bbl
Excess: 120.0 %
Excess: 0 m
Net Height: 1820 m
Total Height: 1820 m
Top: 1520 m
Bottom: 3340 m
Mixing Rate: 15.3 sack/min
Mixing Rate: 6.00 bpm

Fluid 4 Additives
FL-66L 0.55 gps 395.4 gal
R-8L 0.16 gps 115.0 gal
FP-9L 0.05 gps 35.9 gal
A-3L 0.40 gps 287.6 gal

Fluid 5 Type: Cement Slurry (G cement)


Fluid Description: Cement Tail
Reference Temperature: 30 °C
n: 0.8186
K: 0.6780 lbf.s^n/hft²
Yield Point: 2.6 lbf/hft²
Reference Temperature: 84 °C
n: 0.6784
K: 2.5693 lbf.s^n/hft²
Yield Point: 0.0 lbf/hft²

Density: 15.00 ppg


Cement Yield: 1.3900 ft³/sack
Total Cement: 215 sacks
Slurry Volume: 53 bbl
Water: 0.00 gal/sack
Water Volume: 0 bbl
Excess: 120.0 %
Excess: 0 m
Net Height: 300 m
Total Height: 300 m
Top: 3340 m
Bottom: 3640 m
Mixing Rate: 16.2 sack/min
Mixing Rate: 4.00 bpm
Fluid 5 Additives

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Fluid 5 Type: Cement Slurry (G cement)


Fluid Description: Cement Tail
FL-66L 0.65 gps 139.9 gal
FP-9L 0.05 gps 10.8 gal
R-8L 0.05 gps 10.8 gal
BA-58L 1.00 gps 215.3 gal
CD-33LS 0.35 gps 75.3 gal

Fluid 6 Type: Displacement


Fluid Description: Displace-BJ
Viscosity: 3.0 cp
Density: 8.55 ppg
Fluid Volume: 10 bbl
Water: 100.0 %
Water Volume: 10 bbl
Total Height: 82 m
Top: 3522 m
Bottom: 3604 m

Fluid 7 Type: Displacement


Fluid Description: Displace-BJ
Plastic Viscosity: 7.0 cp
Yield Point: 19.0 lbf/hft²
Density: 10.80 ppg
Fluid Volume: 350 bbl
Water: 90.0 %
Water Volume: 315 bbl
Total Height: 3522 m
Top: 0 m
Bottom: 3522 m

Final Pressures
Fluid From To Hydrostatic
m m psi
7. Displace-BJ 0 3522 5541
6. Displace-BJ 3522 3604 99
5. Cement Tail 3604 3640 78
5. Cement Tail 3640 3340 619
4. Cement Lead 3340 1520 3085
3. Spacer 1520 1103 682
2. Drillwater 1103 894 261
1. Mud 894 10 1602

Pressure Summary
Back Pressure: 15 psi
Pressure @ Shoe in Pipe: 5717 psi 10.79 ppg
Pressure @ Shoe in Annulus: 6263 psi 11.82 ppg
Differential Pressure @ Shoe: 546 psi 1.03 ppg
Pressure @ Hanger in Pipe: 2611 psi 10.80 ppg
Pressure @ Hanger in Annulus: 2560 psi 10.59 ppg
Differential Pressure @ Hanger: -51 psi -0.21 ppg

Critical Meas. Vert. Pore Actual Frac Pore Actual Frac Crit.gel
Depths Depth Depth Press. Press. Press. Den. Den. Den. Str.
m m psi psi psi ppg ppg ppg lbf/hft²

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Critical Meas. Vert. Pore Actual Frac Pore Actual Frac Crit.gel
Depths Depth Depth Press. Press. Press. Den. Den. Den. Str.
m m psi psi psi ppg ppg ppg lbf/hft²
Cement Lead 1710 1585 2253 2915 3492 8.34 10.79 12.93 536.7
Cement Tail 3510 3001 5459 5988 7080 10.68 11.71 13.84 854.5
3640 3109 5656 6263 7334 10.68 11.82 13.84

Caution
Critical gel strength calculation is based on certain assumptions. Please verify.

Operating Schedule

Segment Volume Rate Time Cum.Time


bbl bpm min min
Drillwater 30 6.00 5.0 5.0
Spacer 60 6.00 10.0 15.0
Cement Lead 282 6.00 46.9 61.9
Cement Tail 53 4.00 13.3 75.3
Shut-Down 0 0.00 10.0 85.3
Displace-BJ 10 5.00 2.0 87.3
Displace-BJ 330 7.00 47.1 134.4
Displace-BJ 20 2.00 10.0 144.4

Summary
Est. Max Disp. Rate: 17.00 bpm
Slurries Mixing Time: 60.3 min
Displacement Time: 59.1 min
Net (From Cement Mixing): 129.4 min
Total (From Start): 144.4 min

Operator's Worksheet

Fluid Volume Cement From To Hydrostatic


bbl sacks m m psi
Mud --- --- 10 894 1602
Drillwater 30 --- 894 1103 261
Spacer 60 --- 1103 1520 682
Cement Lead 282 719 1520 3340 3085
Cement Tail 53 215 3340 3640 619
Displace-BJ 10 --- 3604 3522 99
Displace-BJ 350 --- 3522 0 5541

Pumping Volume Mixing Foam Gas Gas Mix/Dsp Gas Ref.


Schedule Den. Den. Ratio Total Rate Rate Pres
bbl ppg ppg scf/bbl scf bpm scf/min psi
Drillwater 30 8.34 --- --- --- 6.00 --- ---
Spacer 60 11.30 --- --- --- 6.00 --- ---
Cement Lead 282 12.50 --- --- --- 6.00 --- ---
Cement Tail 53 15.00 --- --- --- 4.00 --- ---
Shut-Down 10 min
Displace-BJ 10 8.55 --- --- --- 5.00 --- ---
Displace-BJ 330 10.80 --- --- --- 7.00 --- ---

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Pumping Volume Mixing Foam Gas Gas Mix/Dsp Gas Ref.


Schedule Den. Den. Ratio Total Rate Rate Pres
bbl ppg ppg scf/bbl scf bpm scf/min psi
Displace-BJ 20 10.80 --- --- --- 2.00 --- ---

Laboratory Report

Fluid 4 (Cement Lead)


Composition Cement G cement
FL-66L 0.55 gps
R-8L 0.16 gps
FP-9L 0.05 gps
A-3L 0.40 gps
Water 0.0 %

Density 12.50 ppg


Yield 2.2000 ft³/sack

Rheology Temperature 30 °C
@300.0 rpm 32.0 deg
@200.0 rpm 19.0 deg
@100.0 rpm 15.0 deg
@6.0 rpm 9.0 deg
@3.0 rpm 7.0 deg
@600.0 rpm 49.0 deg

Rheology Temperature 84 °C
@300.0 rpm 25.0 deg
@200.0 rpm 16.0 deg
@100.0 rpm 12.0 deg
@6.0 rpm 8.0 deg
@3.0 rpm 7.0 deg
@600.0 rpm 46.0 deg

Fluid 5 (Cement Tail)


Composition Cement G cement
FL-66L 0.65 gps
FP-9L 0.05 gps
R-8L 0.05 gps
BA-58L 1.00 gps
CD-33LS 0.35 gps
Water 0.0 %

Density 15.00 ppg


Yield 1.3900 ft³/sack

Rheology Temperature 30 °C
@300.0 rpm 105.0 deg
@200.0 rpm 79.0 deg
@100.0 rpm 46.0 deg
@6.0 rpm 6.0 deg
@3.0 rpm 5.0 deg
@600.0 rpm 188.0 deg

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Fluid 5 (Cement Tail)


Rheology Temperature 84 °C
@300.0 rpm 167.0 deg
@200.0 rpm 129.0 deg
@100.0 rpm 84.0 deg
@6.0 rpm 7.0 deg
@3.0 rpm 6.0 deg
@600.0 rpm 262.0 deg

List Of Materials
Cement (G cement) 934 sacks
FL-66L 535.3 gal
R-8L 125.8 gal
FP-9L 46.7 gal
A-3L 287.6 gal
BA-58L 215.3 gal
CD-33LS 75.3 gal

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Density Pore Den ECD Frac Den @ 785 bbl


0

1000
Meas Depth

2000

3000

0 5 10 15 20
Density

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20 20

4000

15 15

3000

Calc Ret Rate (bpm)


Slurry Rate (bpm)
Slurry Den (ppg)
Pressure (psi)

10 10

2000

5 5
1000

0 0 0
0 50 100 150 180
Elapsed Time (min)

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0 MD=3640 m, Volumes in bbl

Design Actual Stage

785 785 Slurry Total


783 Return Total

30 30 01. Drillwater
60 60 02. Spacer
1000 282 282 03. Cement Lead
53 53 04. Cement Tail
0 0 05. Shut-Down
10 10 06. Displace-BJ
330 330 07. Displace-BJ
20 20 08. Displace-BJ

2000

3000

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Fluid Displacement/Placement

Standoff (%) Effectiveness (%)


1200 1200 m Spacer 92
92
92
1400 92

Cement Lead 49
1600 66
67
79
1800 87
91
100
2000
100
100
2200 100
100
100
2400 100
100
100
2600
100
100
100
2800
100
100

3000 100
100
100
3200 100
100
Cement Tail 100
3400 100
100
100
3600
3640 m
0 67 100 -180 0 180

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Elapsed Design Slurry Slurry Ret Pressure ECD ECD@


Time Den Den Rate Rate (psi) Ex Shoe
(min) (ppg) (ppg) (bpm) (bpm) @ (ppg)
1710
1.0 8.34 8.34 6.00 6.00 255 10.94 10.92
2.0 8.34 8.34 6.00 6.00 290 10.94 10.92
3.0 8.34 8.34 6.00 6.00 326 10.94 10.92
4.0 8.34 8.34 6.00 6.00 361 10.94 10.92
5.0 8.34 8.34 6.00 6.00 396 10.94 10.92

6.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 415 10.94 10.92


7.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 407 10.94 10.92
8.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 399 10.94 10.92
9.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 390 10.94 10.92
10.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 381 10.94 10.92

11.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 369 10.94 10.92


12.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 358 10.94 10.92
13.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 346 10.94 10.92
14.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 335 10.94 10.92
15.0 11.30 11.30 6.00 6.00 325 10.94 10.92

16.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.00 373 10.94 10.92


17.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.00 349 10.94 10.92
18.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.00 322 10.94 10.92
19.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.00 287 10.94 10.92
20.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.00 252 10.94 10.92

21.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.00 219 10.94 10.92


22.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.00 186 10.94 10.92
23.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
24.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.35 180 10.95 10.93
25.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.40 180 10.96 10.94

26.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.44 180 10.96 10.94


27.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.46 180 10.96 10.94
28.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.45 180 10.96 10.94
29.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.44 180 10.96 10.94
30.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.42 180 10.96 10.94

31.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.40 180 10.96 10.94


32.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.38 180 10.96 10.94
33.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.33 180 10.95 10.93
34.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.30 180 10.95 10.93
35.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.29 180 10.95 10.93

36.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.29 180 10.95 10.93


37.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.27 180 10.95 10.93
38.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.27 180 10.95 10.93
39.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.26 180 10.95 10.93
40.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.26 180 10.95 10.93

41.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93


42.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
43.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
44.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93

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Elapsed Design Slurry Slurry Ret Pressure ECD ECD@


Time Den Den Rate Rate (psi) Ex Shoe
(min) (ppg) (ppg) (bpm) (bpm) @ (ppg)
1710
45.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93

46.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93


47.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
48.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
49.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
50.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93

51.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93


52.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
53.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.25 180 10.95 10.93
54.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.24 180 10.95 10.93
55.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.24 180 10.95 10.93

56.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.24 180 10.95 10.93


57.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.22 180 10.95 10.93
58.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.22 180 10.95 10.93
59.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.61 180 10.97 10.92
60.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.82 180 10.98 10.90

61.0 12.50 12.50 6.00 6.94 180 10.98 10.88


61.9 12.50 12.50 6.00 7.02 180 10.99 10.85
62.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 5.86 122 10.93 10.81
63.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 5.16 122 10.90 10.79
64.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.82 122 10.89 10.78

65.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.67 122 10.88 10.78


66.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.59 122 10.88 10.78
67.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.56 122 10.88 10.79
68.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.54 122 10.88 10.79
69.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.52 122 10.88 10.79

70.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.50 122 10.88 10.80


71.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.49 122 10.88 10.80
72.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.48 122 10.88 10.80
73.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.47 122 10.88 10.81
74.9 15.00 15.00 4.00 4.32 122 10.87 10.82

76.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 1.38 0 10.80 10.76


77.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.42 0 10.79 10.76
78.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.13 0 10.79 10.76
79.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.06 0 10.79 10.76
80.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.03 0 10.78 10.75

81.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.01 0 10.79 10.76


82.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.01 0 10.79 10.76
83.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.01 0 10.79 10.76
84.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.01 0 10.79 10.75
85.3 15.00 15.00 0.00 0.01 0 10.78 10.75

86.3 8.55 8.55 5.00 2.65 75 10.82 10.79


87.3 8.55 8.55 5.00 3.43 75 10.84 10.82

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Elapsed Design Slurry Slurry Ret Pressure ECD ECD@


Time Den Den Rate Rate (psi) Ex Shoe
(min) (ppg) (ppg) (bpm) (bpm) @ (ppg)
1710
88.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 5.07 164 10.90 10.88
89.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 5.68 164 10.93 10.91
90.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 5.86 164 10.93 10.94

91.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 5.93 164 10.94 10.95


92.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 5.99 164 10.94 10.97
93.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.02 164 10.94 10.99
94.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.04 164 10.94 11.01
95.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.04 164 10.94 11.02

96.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.04 164 10.94 11.04


97.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.04 164 10.94 11.06
98.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.05 164 10.94 11.07
99.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.07 164 10.94 11.09
100.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.43 164 10.96 11.12

101.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.47 164 10.96 11.14


102.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.39 164 10.96 11.15
103.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.36 164 10.95 11.17
104.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.36 164 10.96 11.19
105.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.39 164 10.96 11.21

106.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.40 164 10.96 11.22


107.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.43 164 10.96 11.24
108.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.45 164 10.96 11.26
109.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.45 164 10.96 11.28
110.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.45 164 10.96 11.30

111.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.45 164 10.96 11.32


112.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 6.45 164 10.96 11.33
113.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 180 10.99 11.37
114.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 205 10.99 11.39
115.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 230 10.99 11.41

116.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 255 10.99 11.43


117.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 280 10.99 11.45
118.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 304 10.99 11.47
119.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 329 10.99 11.49
120.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 352 10.99 11.51

121.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 375 10.99 11.53


122.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 396 10.97 11.54
123.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 401 10.84 11.52
124.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 407 10.72 11.50
125.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 428 10.64 11.52

126.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 451 10.58 11.53


127.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 493 10.64 11.59
128.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 536 10.72 11.64
129.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 567 10.76 11.68
130.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 591 10.77 11.70

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Baker Hughes CemFACTS Program Version 6.00
Job Number: 7" Liner cement job
Customer: VSP
Well Name: BK2-56B

Elapsed Design Slurry Slurry Ret Pressure ECD ECD@


Time Den Den Rate Rate (psi) Ex Shoe
(min) (ppg) (ppg) (bpm) (bpm) @ (ppg)
1710
131.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 657 10.78 11.76
132.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 723 10.79 11.83
133.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 789 10.81 11.90
134.3 10.80 10.80 7.00 7.00 856 10.82 11.97
135.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 627 10.66 11.83

136.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 645 10.66 11.84


137.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 666 10.68 11.86
138.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 688 10.71 11.89
139.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 710 10.73 11.91
140.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 731 10.76 11.93

141.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 753 10.78 11.95


142.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 774 10.81 11.98
143.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 796 10.83 12.00
144.4 10.80 10.80 2.00 2.00 818 10.86 12.02

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SECTION VII:

ANTI-COLLISION PROCEDURES

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ANTI-COLLISION PROCEDURE,
WELL 56 B-BK2

The following VSP management approved Anti-Collision Procedure is to be used for the
side-track drilling of the well 56 B-BK2. This procedure is not a suggestion,
recommendation, option or issued for negotiation. This procedure is to be strictly followed
exactly as written for the drilling interval from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of
3300m MD. Prior to drilling to the depth of 2500m the PJSM must be held.

Drilling Supervisor:

1. The Drilling Supervisor shall work as required to ensure the drilling operation is
progressing safely and as per the approved Drilling Program.

2. The Drilling Supervisor is responsible for monitoring the compliance of this Anti-
Collision procedure by all personnel named in this procedure.

3. The Drilling Supervisor shall notify the Rig OIM immediately if any personnel are
observed to not be complying with this approved Anti-Collision procedure.

Mudloggers:

1. One (1) Mud Logger must remain in the mud logging unit on a full time basis while
circulating from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD.

2. The one (1) Mud Logger can only be relieved for breaks by another Mud Logger while
circulating.

3. The Mud Loggers must test the gas detectors on a daily basis with test gas and record
the document the test.

4. The Mud Loggers must ensure that their mud pit sensors are calibrated and as accurate
as possible. Calibrations tests must be documented.

5. The Mud Loggers must ensure that the mud logging screen monitor on the rig floor
and the Rig OIM’s office are working fully and properly. Should either or both screen
monitors not be working fully and properly prior to drilling to the depth of 2500m,
then the Mud Loggers must immediately inform the Rig OIM and the Drilling

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Supervisor and the Rig OIM must immediately shut down the drilling, and contact the
VSP Vung Tau Office to obtain permission to continue with drilling or further shut
down and wait on the Mud Loggers to fix the screen monitors.

6. The cutting samples must be continuously collected at the shale shakers while
circulating from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD. The Mud
Loggers must wash the samples and observe for cement or metal cuttings or oil sheen
on the cuttings. Should he observe anything unusual such as cement or metal cuttings,
he must immediately call the Driller and stop drilling. The Mud Logger is then to
immediately contact the Rig OIM and the Drilling Supervisor.

Directional Drillers:

1. One (1) Directional Driller must remain on the rig floor at the drillers console on a full
time basis while drilling with a steerable or rotary drilling BHA (regardless of who
owns the BHA) from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD.

2. The one (1) Directional Driller can only be relieved for breaks by the other Directional
Driller while drilling.

3. Monitor the Ct-Ct distance, and reference to Travelling Cylinder & Spider Plot. Report
the calculations for each survey to the VSP Drilling Supervisor.

4. Use the Travelling Cylinder and stay as close to the center as much as practical.

5. Observe the drilling parameters closely for any indications of close proximity or well
collision. Remain aware of the stabilizer position as well as the bit position. Should
any suspicions arise then stop drilling immediately and contact the VSP Drilling
Supervisor.

MWD Engineers:

1. One (1) MWD engineer must remain in the MWD logging unit and monitor the
drilling and surveying progress on a full time basis while drilling from the depth of
2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD as long as the MWD tool is in the BHA.

2. The one (1) MWD engineer can only be relieved for breaks by the other MWD
engineer while drilling.

3. Make sure that scribing is done as accurately as possible.

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4. DD toolbox and Close Approach to be prepared and used to monitor Ct-Ct distance,
and reference to Travelling Cylinder & Spider Plot. Report each survey and
calculations to the Rig OIM and the Drilling Supervisor.

5. Monitor the Tool H and Dip trends from the MWD tool to see if there are any
indications of magnetic interference from close proximity well. Report any suspicions
to the VSP Drilling Supervisor immediately.

6. Monitor the downhole parameters from the MWD tool. Shock and vibration may
indicate a collision with a close proximity well. Report any suspicions to the Rig OIM
and the Drilling Supervisor immediately.

Mud Engineers:

1. The mud engineer must ensure that all of the drilling fluids properties are maintained
as per the approved Drilling Fluids program.

2. The mud engineer must immediately report anything he observes regarding well close
proximity to another well such as cement or metal cuttings, oil sheen on the mud pits,
etc to the Rig OIM and the Drilling Supervisor.

OIM:

1. The OIM shall work as required to ensure the drilling operation is progressing as
planned and safely.

2. The OIM is responsible for monitoring the compliance of this Anti-Collision


procedure by all of Contractor’s personnel named in this procedure.

3. The OIM shall constantly monitor Contractor’s personnel named in this procedure to
ensure that they are at the right place at the right time with the right person.

4. The OIM shall immediately go to the rig floor, drillers console should he feel unusual
rig vibrations while drilling from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD.

5. The OIM will issue written daily instructions to the Toolpusher regarding the drilling
operation and precautions. These instructions shall be sent to the Rig Manager prior to
the start of daily operations.

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Toolpushers:

1. The Toolpusher must remain on the rig floor at the drillers console on a full time basis
while drilling from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD.

2. The Toolpusher can only be relieved for breaks by the other Toolpusher or OIM.

3. Should the Toolpusher observe a rapid change in drilling parameters; ie, ROP
decrease, and/or torque increase, or unusual drill string and/or drilling rig vibrations,
back ground gas increase, drop in pump pressure, loss of mud returns, etc, then drilling
operations shall stop immediately at the first indication of close proximity to another
well, pull off bottom, circulate and contact the Rig OIM and the Drilling Supervisor
immediately.

Drillers:

1. The Driller must remain on the rig floor, at the drillers console, on the brake, on a full
time basis while drilling from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD.

2. The Driller can only be relieved for breaks by the Toolpusher or OIM.

3. Should the Driller observe a rapid change in drilling parameters; ie, ROP decrease,
and/or torque increase, or unusual drill string and/or drilling rig vibrations, back
ground gas increase, drop in pump pressure, loss of mud returns, etc, then drilling
operations shall stop immediately at the first indication of close proximity to another
well, pull off bottom, circulate and contact the Rig OIM immediately.

Shale Shaker Man:

1. One (1) Shale Shaker man must remain at the shale shakers on a full time basis while
circulating from the depth of 2500m MD till the depth of 3300m MD has been
reached.

2. The one (1) Shale Shaker man can only be relieved for breaks by another Shale Shaker
man while circulating.

3. The shale shaker man shall continuously observe the cuttings over all the shale shakers
while circulating. Should he observe anything unusual such as cement or metal
cuttings, he must immediately call the Driller to stop drilling. The Driller must then
immediately contact the Toolpusher or/and contact the OIM.

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Further Precautions

1. Should cement or metal cuttings be observed, then drilling operations will stop
immediately while bottoms up are circulated and further cuttings analysis are made.

2. Should a rapid change in drilling parameters be observed, ie, ROP decrease and/or
torque increase, or unusual drill string and/or drilling rig vibrations, back ground gas
increase, drop in pump pressure, loss of mud returns, etc, then drilling operations will
stop immediately at the first indication of close proximity to another well, while
bottoms up are circulated and further analysis are made.

3. Should unusual gas readings or oil sheen on the cuttings or active mud pit be observed,
then drilling operations will stop immediately while bottoms up are circulated and
further analysis are made.

4. Should anyone’s observations indicate that another well is in close proximity or


contact has already been made, drilling operations will stop immediately, then
bottoms up will be circulated and analyzed while deciding the next course of action.

END OF PROGRAM

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