STOPPIT® "Engineered, Composite"

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STOPPIT®
Engineered, Composite
Lost Circulation Material
Customer Challenge
▌ Curing Lost Circulation
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Why Baroid?
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1925
Filed patent for first barite-based
drilling fluid
1930
First mud school
1932
First mud-testing procedures and kit
1939
First mud-logging service
1940s
Pioneers service by air and sea
1950s
Invents foam drilling technology
1960s
Invents oil-based fluid, Invermul® system
1970s
Develops new fluids for hostile geology
1980s
Develops mud loop testing, improves
waste management
1990s
Pioneers biodegradable invert
drilling fluids
2000s
Rolls out first families of clay-free synthetic
and high performance water-based fluids
2010s
Introduces automated mud monitoring
equipment to industry
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Consistent Quality
▌ Our Technical and Operational Process
Identify the
Challenge
Solution
Creation
Operations
Program
Operations
Execution
Critical
First Well
Execution
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Knowledge
Capture
Problem
Resolution
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Present the
Value
Baroid Laboratory Support
▌ Baroid scientists and engineers work with state of the art equipment
and an extensive global database in order to perform comprehensive
testing analysis on a global scale.
 Baroid’s Laboratory Services include:
− Analytical technical support
− Bioassay technical support
− Reservoir fluids technical services
− Drilling fluids technical services
− Industrial drilling products lab
− Quality assurance
− Research and development
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Customer Challenge
▌ While a well planned wellbore strengthening program is your best
defense against lost circulation, complete prevention is not always
possible. The lack of a well thought out remediation plan for lost
circulation could cause:
 Increased non-productive time
 Decreased wellbore value
 Health and safety issues
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Customer Challenge
▌ Curing lost circulation becomes more
difficult based on formation type and rate
of fluid loss.
 Classifications of Fluid Loss*
− Seepage: <10 bbl/hr
− Partial: 10-50 bbl/hr
− Severe: 50-100 bbl/hr
− Total: >100 bbl/hr – no returns
*The range for each classification vary between operators
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Customer Challenge
▌ The risk of lost circulation becomes more prevalent when drilling
formations with:
 High permeability
 Natural fractures
 Low ECD Margins
(induced fractures)
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STOPPIT® Lost Circulation Material
▌ An “engineered, composite” lost circulation material with increased
“toughness” to give operators a cost-effective solution to mitigate partial
to severe fluid loss rates, reducing non-productive time and saving
money.
Reduce Non-Productive Time
Save Money
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Baroid’s Solution
▌ STOPPIT® lost circulation material
 Increased material “toughness”
provides superior sealing and is
resistant to downhole pressure
changes caused by:
− Swab/surge pressures
− Wellbore breathing
(“ballooning”)
− Bit reaming
− Mechanical abrasion
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Key Features
▌ Multi-modal particle size distribution
▌ Stable in temperature up to 600° F
▌ Compatible in oil-, water-, and
synthetic based fluids
▌ Increased material “toughness”
▌ Resistant to downhole pressure
changes
▌ Applied as pill treatment
▌ No trips, special pumps, or spacers
required
▌ Bit nozzles as small as 11/32”
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Customer Benefits
▌ Superior fracture sealing
 Increased material “toughness”
 Resistant to downhole pressure changes
▌ Cost effective
 Unique formulation of additives common to industry
 No trips, special pumps, or spacers required
 Reduces non-productive time
▌ Versatile
 Compatible in water-, oil- and synthetic based fluids
 Effective in controlling mild to severe drilling fluid loss
 Multi-modal particle distribution
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STOPPIT ® LCM Stops Oil Based Fluid Losses in Horizontal
Wellbore
Location: Cana Woodford Shale
CHALLENGE:
 Drilling well with projected MD of 18,086 ft., including 7,500-ft lateral
 Once on bottom, severe lost circulation was encountered
 A 20 lb/bbl pill of a competitor’s product was pumped with no
improvement, followed by 40 lb/bbl of same material with no
additional improvement
SOLUTION:
 Due to previous success and its reduced cost, the decision was
made to use STOPPIT® LCM
 Filled open hole section with an 80 lb/bbl pill, tripped out of hole to
5,000 feet and wait 8 hrs
 80 lb/bbl pill was pumped successfully through 6 ¾ –inch SperryDrill
motor as well as MWD pulser tool
RESULT:
 On completion of the 8hr waiting period, they began to trip in the hole,
circulating with full returns every 1,000 feet
 Once at bottom, they circulated bottoms up with full returns
 A total of 943 bbl of INVERMUL fluid was lost prior to the
pumping of STOPPIT® with zero losses after its application
CASE STUDY
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The Cana Woodford shale is located
in central and western Oklahoma.
STOPPIT® LCM Enables Recovery from Total Losses
Location: Granite Wash – Wheeler County, TX
CHALLENGE:
 After landing the curve at 90°, the operator experienced
complete fluid loss
 After several attempts with third party LCM squeezes, no
circulation improvement was observed
SOLUTION:
 Baroid engineers recommended a hesitation squeeze using
80lb/bbl of STOPPIT® lost circulation material
 The pill was allowed to soak for 7 hours after being pumped
through a 5-inch drill pipe and spotted 11,680 ft. MD
RESULT:
 Full returns were observed and pump pressure was slowly
raised until drilling was able to resume
 Well was completed without performing cement squeeze or
setting 7-inch liner. Well was drilled to total depth of 16,800
ft. MD within 10 days of initial fluid loss
CASE STUDY
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The Granite Wash is located in northern
Texas and Western Oklahoma
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▌ Case Histories
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Baroid Drilling Fluid Solutions
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Water Based Fluids
Invert Emulsion Systems
Wellbore Stability
Lost Circulation Materials
Wellbore Clean-Up and
Displacement Packages
 Breaker Systems for
Polymer and Solids Removal
 Lost Circulation in Pay
Zones Solutions
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