2010 Ultra-Deepwater

Smart Cementing Materials and Drilling Muds for Real Time Monitoring of Deepwater Wellbore Enhancement

Subcontractor: The University of Houston

Principal Investigator: C. Vipulanandan (VIPU)
Project Number Project Status
10121-4501-01 Active
RPSEA Project Manager: Jay Jikich
Participants
Baker Hughes
Period of Performance
Start Date End Date
August 17, 2012 August 16, 2015
Total Project Cost RPSEA Share Cost Share
$3,765,287.00 $2,542,748.00 $1,184,886.00
Project Objectives

The primary objective of this project is to develop technology for real-time monitoring of the installation and performance during the service life of the deepwater wells. In this study, various technologies will be used to develop smart drilling mud and cementing slurry with enhanced sensing properties, so that it can be deployed for real time monitoring during installation and the entire service life of the deepwater well.

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Presentations
Title: Paper Presentation: Behavior of Piezoresistive Smart Cement Contaminated with Oil Based Drilling Mud - 06/14 ( 843.0 KB )
Title: Paper Presentation: Development and Characterization of Smart Cement for Real Time Monitoring of Ultra-Deepwater Oil Well Cementing Applications - 06/14 ( 845.1 KB )
Title: Paper Presentation: New Kinetic Model to Characterize the Filter Cake Formation and Fluid Loss in HPHT Process - 06/14 ( 784.4 KB )
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