Monitoring Top-hole Operations for Geohazards from Start to FinishStarts: Thu, Apr 15, 2021 9:00 AM
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Shallow hazards monitoring while drilling riserless integrates numerous live-data feeds to enable the early detection of adverse drilling conditions which may have not been fully mitigated or which were not prognosed, with the intent of facilitating a timely response before the situation becomes unmanageable. The integrated observations recorded in the Shallow Hazards Observation Log also facilitate end-of-well reporting, post-drill reviews and the assessment for potential hazards as they pertain to the next well to be drilled in the area. The planning and execution of a proper monitoring effort requires dedicated observers and monitoring standards. This presentation will expand on the above topics as they have been developed over the last two decades and applied at BHP.
About the presenter:
Richard Weiland, Geohazards Principal, BHP
Mr. Weiland is a geoscientist with a broad range of professional experiences but his focus over the last 18 years has been in marine geohazards assessments as they relate to safety, the environment, regulatory compliance, and the reduction of NPT in hydrocarbon exploration and production. Rich holds Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in geology from The University of Texas at Austin and a B.S. degree in geology from the University of Wyoming.
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