2008 Ultra-Deepwater

Coil Tubing Drilling and Intervention System Using Cost-Effective Vessel

Subcontractor: Nautilus International, LLC

Principal Investigator: Charles Yemington
Project Number Project Status
08121-1502-01 Completed
RPSEA Project Manager: James Pappas
Participants
GE Oil & Gas; NOV CTES; INTECSEA; Tidewater Marine, LLC; General Marine Contractors; The University of Tulsa; Texas A&M University
Period of Performance
Start Date End Date
October 1, 2009 April 30, 2011
Total Project Cost RPSEA Share Cost Share
$1,031,204.00 $820,000.00 $211,204.00
Project Objectives

The primary objective of this project is to provide the basis for detailed design of a cost‐effective deepwater Coil Tubing (CT) system for downhole work in deep water Gulf of Mexico (GOM) satellite wells without need for a Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU). This work will facilitate improved resource recovery from existing satellite wells and make it practical to develop reservoirs that would otherwise not meet economic hurdles. Tasks and deliverables include specification of equipment, identification and assessment of hazards and failure modes, and a comprehensive report including a plan and design basis for detailed design in Phase 2.

RPSEA Project Fact Sheet: Download 201.7 KB
Reports
File Type Date
Self Supporting Riser Technology to Enable Coiled Tubing Intervention for Deepwater Wells ( 1.2 MB ) Final Report 04/11
System Conceptual Design & Analysis Report ( 672.3 KB ) Task 6 Final Report 01/11
Self Standing Riser and Coiled Tubing Intervention HAZID Study ( 567.2 KB ) Task 8 Final Report 11/10
System Architecture and Design Basis Report ( 495.9 KB ) Task 5 Final Report 01/11
System Conceptual Design & Analysis Report Appendices ( 1.6 MB ) Task 6 Final Report 01/11
System Conceptual Design & Analysis Report ( 1.1 MB ) Task 7 Final Report 03/11
Coiled Tubing Intervention System Component Design Report ( 3.2 MB ) Task 9 Report 05/11
Business Case & Commercialization Plan ( 139.9 KB ) Task 11 Report 08/11
Presentations
Title: FINAL PRESENTATION: Coil Tubing Drilling and Intervention System (CTIS) Using Cost Effective Vessels - 05/14 ( 2.3 MB )