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Ceramics In Oil Exploration

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  • 1.
    • Petroleum Exploration
    • Challenges with Corrosion, Abrasion, and Pressure
    • Materials Alternatives
    Ceramics Used in Oil Exploration
  • 2. World Areas of Growth
    • (NSA)-North and South America Areas
    • (ECA)-Europe, C.I.S. (Communist Independent States) & Africa Area
    • (MEA)-Middle East Area
    • (ASA)-Asia Area
  • 3. Potential Growth for Next Couple Years
    • Forecast on deepwater (1500 ft+) for 1999-2004
    • New Growth forecast in various parts of the world
  • 4. TOP 5 MAJOR PLAYERS IN THE ENERGY SERVICES INDUSTRY
    • Halliburton
    • Schlumberger
    • Weatherford Completion Systems
    • National Oilwell
    • B.J. Services
  • 5. MAC Emphasis is with Environment Interaction of Equipment
    • Deep Sea Water Equipment Interaction.
    • Petroleum Pressure Variations Inside Piping.
    • Metrological Differences in Aggregate Geology of Hole.
  • 6. Goal Depth of Drilling over 20 Year Timeline
  • 7. Down Hole Environment Issues
    • Corrosive
    • High A brasive Solids in Suspension
    • High Intense Heat
    • Intense Hydrostatic Pressure
    • Extreme Variance in Viscosity
  • 8. Down Hole Limitations Placed on Current Existing Metal Materials Corrosion Buckling Disintegration Shearing
  • 9. Down Hole Environment Challenges
    • Horizontal Drill into Vertical Oil pockets
    • Hole Pressures
  • 10. Geology Challenges
    • Hardness Gradients
    • Particulate Entrapment
    • Mineral Interaction
    • Penetration at Angled Directions
  • 11. Deep Water Applications for MAC
    • (BOP) Blow Out Preventor
    • Matrix Drilling Heads
    • Perforation Guns
  • 12. Deep Water Alternatives for Ceramics
    • Split Shot Covers
    • Ceramic Pipe Components
    • Gaskets in BOP Annular Preventers
  • 13. DRILLING HEADS
    • Ceramic Cutting Inserts for Heads
    • New Brazing Metals for Installation
  • 14. Additional Ceramic Petroleum Applications
    • Pumps [ Ceramic ZrO 2 Liners for Trenchless Pumps]
    • Nozzles
    • Plungers
    • Hydroclones
    • Downhole Logging Counters
    • Geiger Counters
  • 15. Additional Metals Applications
    • Braze Alloys on Thicker Parts in Deeper Exploration
    • Braze Metals for ABA on smaller parts
    • Scallop Charge Holders