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  • 1. 2001 Equipment Guidelines Advanced Drilling Systems Document Type TQS Template (Word 6 PC) Software Microsoft Word 6.0.1 for Power Mac Source File 6adscons.doc Other Source File 6adscons.doc Author John Crowther Author info John Crowther Anadrill Schlumberger Review & approval Word 6 PC (NT) TQS template created. Added tutorial section. 01 May 1996 Created Mac version of template 19 November 1997 Formatted section for 1998 04 February 1998 Updated Viper section 15 December, 1998 Updated Motors, VIPER, IAB, GST 19 November, 1999 Updated Motors, IAB 05 January 2001 Confidential 23 April 1996 26 April 1996 Revision History Updated Motor, Short Radius, IAB, GST TQS
  • 2. This page left intentionally blank Confidential TQS
  • 3. PowerPak Short Radius Systems GeoSteering Tool Receiver Sub Coild Tubing Drilling Systems VIPER IAB Drilling Tools ADVANCED DRILLING SYSTEMS Confidential TQS
  • 4. Table of Contents 1. PowerPak Motors ........................................................................................................ 1 1.1 HIGHLIGHTS ........................................................................................................................ 1 1.2 DETAILS .............................................................................................................................. 1 1.3 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................. 2 1.4 CURRENT STATUS ............................................................................................................... 4 1.5 GENERAL EQUIPMENT LIST ................................................................................................ 6 2. Short Radius Drilling................................................................................................ 43 2.1 HIGHLIGHTS ...................................................................................................................... 43 2.2 XF TOOL DETAILS ............................................................................................................ 43 2.3 XC TOOL DETAILS ............................................................................................................ 45 2.4 GENERAL EQUIPMENT LIST .............................................................................................. 46 3. 6 3/4” Geo-Steering Tool ........................................................................................... 51 3.1 HIGHLIGHTS ...................................................................................................................... 51 3.2 GST/NBS SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................. 53 3.3 RCV-CA 6 3/4” RECEIVER SUB ....................................................................................... 57 4. Coiled Tubing Drilling .............................................................................................. 59 4.1 TOOL DETAILS .................................................................................................................. 59 4.2 SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 64 5. VIPER ........................................................................................................................ 69 5.1 HIGHLIGHTS ...................................................................................................................... 69 5.2 DETAILS ............................................................................................................................ 69 5.3 SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 73 6. Inclination-at-Bit (IAB) Tool .................................................................................... 79 6.1 HIGHLIGHTS ...................................................................................................................... 79 6.2 IAB GENERAL EQUIPMENT LIST....................................................................................... 88 7. Drilling Tools.............................................................................................................. 91 7.1 EARTHQUAKER JARS ......................................................................................................... 91 7.2 HYDRAQUAKER JARS ........................................................................................................ 94 Confidential TQS
  • 5. Advanced Drilling Systems 7.3 SHOCK GUARDS ................................................................................................................ 96 7.4 FISHING TOOLS ................................................................................................................. 98 Confidential
  • 6. Advanced Drilling Systems List of Figures Figure 1-1 Figure 1-2. Figure 1-3. Figure 2-1 Figure 2-2 Figure 3-1 Figure 3-2 Figure 4-1 Figure 6-1 Figure 6-2 Figure 6-3 Figure 6-4 Figure 7-1 Figure 7-2 Figure 7-3 Figure 7-4 Figure 7-5 PowerPak Motor Components .................................................................................. 2 Schematic of Rotating Near-Bit Stabilizer Assembly....................................... 39 Schematic for Rotating Near Bit Stabilizer Subs.................................................... 41 XF Articulated Motor Features................................................................................ 44 XC Articulated Motor Features ............................................................................... 45 6 3/4” Geo-Steering Tool......................................................................................... 52 6 3/4” GST Configuration........................................................................................ 52 Typical Coiled Tubing Bottom Hole Assembly ...................................................... 63 IAB4/A475 PowerPak Motor Schematic................................................................. 79 IAB9/A958 PowerPak Motor Schematic................................................................ 79 4-3/4” IAB Tool ....................................................................................................... 81 9-5/8” IAB Tool ....................................................................................................... 81 Earthquaker Drilling Jar........................................................................................... 92 Hydraquaker Drilling Jar ......................................................................................... 95 Anadrill Shock Guard .............................................................................................. 97 TR Jar (left) and DC Jar (right) ............................................................................... 98 Jar Boosters............................................................................................................ 102 List of Tables Table 1-1 Table 1-2 Table 1-3 Table 1-4 Table 1-5 Table 1-6 Table 1-7 Table 1-8 Table 1-9 Table 1-10 Table 1-11 Table 1-12 Table 1-13 Table 2-1 Table 3-1 Table 3-2 Table 3-3 Table 3-4 Table 3-5 Physical Specifications ............................................................................................... 2 Motor Performance ..................................................................................................... 3 TIR Listing for PowerPaks.......................................................................................... 4 PowerPak (Mud Lubricated Bearing) Price List......................................................... 6 PowerPak (Oil Sealed Bearing Series 14) Price List .................................................. 6 Documentation .......................................................................................................... 34 Stator Thread Gauges............................................................................................... 35 PowerPak Stator and Rotor Gauges ......................................................................... 36 Flex Collars/ Flex Subs/ Flex Joints ......................................................................... 37 Kits ........................................................................................................................ 37 Power Sections with Part Numbers......................................................................... 38 RNB Stabilizers and Extended Drive Shaft Part Numbers ...................................... 39 Rotating Near Bit Stabilizer Subs for PowerPak Motors......................................... 41 Short Radius Motor Specifications ........................................................................... 43 GST Mechanical Specifications................................................................................ 53 Measurement Specifications ..................................................................................... 55 Complete 6 3/4” Geo-steering Tool .......................................................................... 56 NBS Options ............................................................................................................. 56 Standard Motor Configuration .................................................................................. 56 Confidential
  • 7. Advanced Drilling Systems Table 3-6 Table 3-7 Table 3-8 Table 4-1 Table 4-2 Table 4-3 Table 4-4 Table 4-5 Table 4-6 Table 4-7 Table 5-1 Table 5-2 Table 5-3 Table 5-4 Table 5-5 Table 5-6 Table 5-7 Table 5-8 Table 5-9 Table 6-1 Table 6-2 Table 6-3 Table 6-4 Table 6-5 Table 6-6 Table 6-7 Table 6-8 Table 6-9 Table 6-10 Table 6-11 Table 6-12 Table 6-13 Table 6-14 Table 7-1 Table 7-2 Table 7-3 Table 7-4 Table 7-5 Table 7-6 Table 7-7 GST M&S Items........................................................................................................ 56 RCV Special Equipment ........................................................................................... 58 RCV Mechanical Specifications ............................................................................... 58 Drilling Connector Specifications............................................................................. 64 Orienting Tool Specifications ................................................................................... 65 Items required for CTD operations ........................................................................... 66 Items required for Pressure Deployment................................................................... 66 Optional Items ........................................................................................................... 66 Items normally provided by CTD Contractor ........................................................... 67 CTD Manuals ............................................................................................................ 67 Downhole Environment ............................................................................................ 73 Measurements ........................................................................................................... 73 Orienting Tool........................................................................................................... 73 VIPER Tool Set......................................................................................................... 74 Downhole Tool Optional Items................................................................................. 74 Surface System Optional Items ................................................................................. 75 VIPER Cables ........................................................................................................... 75 VIPER Optional Items............................................................................................... 76 Maintenance Optional Items ..................................................................................... 77 IAB4 Mechanical specifications ............................................................................... 82 IAB Sensor specification........................................................................................... 83 IAB Operational and environmental limits ............................................................... 84 IAB Other operational specification ......................................................................... 85 Reciever Mechanical specifications......................................................................... 86 ISR4 Pressure Sensor specification........................................................................... 87 Receiver Operational and environmental limits........................................................ 87 IAB Assemblies......................................................................................................... 88 IAB Stabilizers* ........................................................................................................ 88 IAB M&S Items ....................................................................................................... 89 IAB Special Equipment............................................................................................ 89 Receiver Assemblies ................................................................................................ 90 Receiver M&S Items ................................................................................................ 90 Receiver Special Equipment .................................................................................... 90 Earthquaker Jars Specifications ................................................................................ 93 Flex Joint Specifications ............................................................................................ 93 Sacrificial Anodes for Earthquaker Jars ................................................................... 93 Hydraquaker Jar Specifications ................................................................................ 94 Hydraquaker Flex Joint Specifications ..................................................................... 94 Sacrificial Anodes for Hydraquaker Jars .................................................................. 95 Shock Guards ............................................................................................................ 96 Confidential
  • 8. Advanced Drilling Systems Table 7-8 TR, DC and FB Jar Specifications and Strength Data .............................................. 99 Table 7-9 Strength Data for Hydraulic Bumper Sub ............................................................... 100 Table 7-10 Specifications for Nitrogen Jar Boosters ................................................................ 102 Confidential
  • 9. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 1 of 102 1. PowerPak Motors 1.1 Highlights PowerPak is a positive displacement downhole drilling motor (PDM) powered by the circulating drilling fluid. The pressure drop across the motor is directly proportional to the drilling torque developed at the bit. The rotational speed depends primarily on the circulation rate, and is only slightly affected by the torque. 1.2 Details 1.2.1 Cross-Over Subs, Dump Valves, or Flex Subs Cross-Over Subs (or Top Subs) are available for simple connection from the drill string to the stator/motor. Cross-Over Subs are available for all PowerPak motor sizes. A Dump Valve allows the drill pipe to fill with drilling mud when running a motor into a well, and to drain when pulling out of the hole. The valves close when the flow rate reaches a given threshold. Dump Valves are only available for motor sizes 4-3/4” through 11-1/4”. Flex Subs are available for 31/8” through 9-5/8” motors. These replace the dump valve or cross-over and help prevent failure of the stator connections by reducing the bending stresses. Dump valves should only be run when required by the Client. 1.2.2 Power section The power section, consisting of a stator and rotor, converts hydraulic power from the drilling fluid into mechanical power to rotate the bit. It operates by the reverse application of the Moineau pump principle. The stator is composed of an elastomer with a helicoidal lobe pattern cross section, with n lobes, molded inside a steel housing. The rotor is a machined stainless steel shaft, with a cross section similar to the stator, but with n-1 lobes. The contact of elastomeric stator lining and metal rotor surfaces forms continuous sealing lines and multiple closed fluid chambers. When drilling mud is circulated through the power section the rotor is forced to rotate. Rotors/stators are available in various configurations: with standard or extended length sections, standard or over-sized (OS) stators, and standard or undersize (US) rotors. Refer to the master orders for details. Chrome plated, tungsten carbide coated and non-plated rotors are available. Tungsten carbide plated rotors are recommended for salt-saturated or corrosive drilling muds. 1.2.3 Transmission section This section transmits the rotary motion and torque produced by the rotor/stator down to the drive shaft/bearing section of the motor. The transmission couplings also convert the eccentric rotation of the rotor to concentric rotation at the bearing section. This section also includes the surface-adjustable bend housing. Heavy-duty transmissions are available for Extended Power Sections and special transmissions are required for 1:2, 2:3 and some GT lobe configurations. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 10. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 2 of 102 1.2.4 Bearing section The bearing section consists of both axial ball thrust bearings, and radial tungsten carbide sleeve bearings. The M-Series motors are mud lubricated: part of the mud flow (4 to 10%) is diverted through the bearing section for cooling and lubrication. The S-series motors use a oil-filled sealed bearing assembly. The drive shaft runs through the bearing section and connects the transmission shaft to the bit. Bearing housings are available with replaceable sleeve type or integral blade stabilizers, with straight or spiral blades. RNBS sleeves are available on A475 and larger motors. Figure 1-1 PowerPak Motor Components 1.3 Specifications Table 1-1 Model Hole Diameter (in) Physical Specifications Max. Tool Weight (lbm) Length (ft) Max WOB (lbf) Working Overpull (lbf) Absolute Overpull (lbf) A213M 2.38 - 2.88 80 10.5 3,200 15,000 19,000 A238M 2.88 - 3.50 120 8.5 - 12.5 5,000 22,000 28,000 A287M 3.38 - 4.75 195 10.0 - 14.6 6,500 24,000 39,500 A313SB 3.50 – 4.50 200 12.13 9400 7700 62,000 A350M 4.50 - 6.00 320 15.1 8,000 30,000 69,500 A475M 5.88 - 7.00 1000 16.6 - 27.17 25,000 50,000 137,000 A475S 5.88 - 7.00 1000 18.1 – 28.9 47,070 26,830 94,500 A500M 5.88 – 7.00 1300 27.0 30,000 55,000 166,000 A625S 7.88 – 8.50 2070 19.7 – 26.3 59,450 35,150 198,000 A675M 8.38 - 9.88 2260 19.4 - 29.1 50,000 75,000 225,000 A675S 8.38 – 9.88 2480 20.5 – 27.5 83,315 46,700 217,000 A700M 8.38 – 9.88 3400 30.6 55,000 100,000 410,000 A800M 9.88 - 14.75 4700 23.6 – 29.3 65,000 125,000 375,000 A962M 12.25 - 26.00 6130 26.2 – 31.8 75,000 225,000 650,000 A1125M 17.50 - 26.00 6400 29.0 75,000 225,000 650,000 Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 11. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 1-2 PPAK 3 of 102 Motor Performance (rpm) Motor Size Lobes Stages Flow Rate (gpm) Operating Torque (ft-lbf) Diff Pressure Operating (psi) Rotating Speed 5:6 6.0 20 – 50 180 - 640 155 720 5:6 2.5 20 – 50 160 - 395 90 260 SP 5:6 3.5 20 – 80 160 - 590 165 440 XP A238 XP SP A213 5:6 5.2 20 – 50 160 - 395 215 615 SP 5:6 3.3 20 – 80 115 - 465 175 360 XP 5:6 7.0 20 – 80 115 - 465 400 850 SP 7:8 3.2 30 – 90 125 - 375 225 350 XP A287 7:8 3.7 40 – 120 140 - 425 340 460 AD 7:8 2.0 60 – 180 130 - 390 400 330 A313 SP 5:6 3.5 80 – 160 175 - 350 540 430 A350 SP 4:5 5.0 30 – 110 95 - 350 510 580 SP 7:8 3.0 30 – 110 45 - 165 580 330 SP 1:2 3.0 100 – 200 225 - 435 420 310 HS 2:3 10.5 100 – 265 226 - 600 1561 1200 SP 3.5 100 – 250 105 - 260 1080 390 4:5 6.0 100 – 250 105 - 260 1950 700 5:6 8.3 100 – 250 105 - 260 2800 1050 SP 7:8 2.2 100 – 250 55 - 135 1200 230 XP 7:8 3.8 100 – 250 55 - 135 2550 520 AD 7:8 2.0 300 – 700 100 - 230 2600 325 GT 5:6 8.3 100 – 250 105 – 260 2800 1050 HF 5:6 5.2 150 – 400 95 - 250 2900 660 SP A500 4:5 XP GT A475 1:2 4.0 175 – 350 230 – 450 980 420 SP 4.3 150 – 400 100 – 265 2200 505 4:5 7.5 150 – 400 100 – 265 3850 900 7:8 2.8 150 – 400 50 – 135 2500 320 XP 7:8 4.8 150 – 400 50 - 135 4950 620 SP 1:2 4.0 200 – 500 180 - 465 1330 415 XP 2:3 8.0 300 – 600 260 - 520 2950 875 HS 2:3 10.7 300 – 600 300 – 600 3500 1190 SP 4:5 4.8 300 – 600 150 - 300 3100 535 XP 4:5 7.0 300 – 600 150 - 300 4700 820 SP 7:8 3.0 300 – 600 85 - 165 3500 360 XP 7:8 5.0 300 – 600 85 - 165 5700 610 AD 7:8 2.0 400 - 800 60 - 115 5750 325 GT A675 4:5 XP SP A625 5:6 8.2 300 – 600 120 – 250 6800 1020 HF 5:6 5.8 600 – 1000 180 – 295 6800 720 GT 7:8 6.6 300 – 600 85 – 175 7700 850 HF A700 7:8 4.6 600 - 1000 120 - 205 7950 605 Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 12. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 4 of 102 (rpm) Motor Size Lobes Stages Flow Rate (gpm) Operating Torque (ft-lbf) Diff Pressure Operating (psi) 415 Rotating Speed SP 4.0 300 - 600 210 - 430 1750 4:5 3.6 300 - 900 75 - 225 4250 375 XP A800 1:2 SP 4:5 5.3 300 - 900 75 - 225 6600 590 GT 4:5 8.2 300 – 900 113 – 340 7600 1050 SP 7:8 3.0 300 - 900 45 - 145 6150 370 XP 7:8 4.0 300 - 900 45 - 145 8400 510 SP 1:2 5.0 400 - 800 190 - 380 3350 530 HS 2:3 9.6 600 - 1200 250 - 500 8000 1150 SP 3:4 4.5 600 - 1200 135 - 265 6400 490 XP 3:4 6.0 600 - 1200 135 - 265 9400 675 GT 3:4 8.2 600 – 1200 167 - 333 9740 940 SP A962 5:6 3.0 600 - 1200 65 - 135 8200 320 XP A1125 5:6 4.0 600 - 1200 65 - 135 11500 450 GT 7:8 4.8 600 - 1200 65 - 130 15500 640 SP 3:4 3.6 1000 -1500 115 - 170 12000 390 1. SP = standard power , AD = Air Drilling motor, XP = extended power , GT = Greater Torque , HF = High Flow, HS = High speed 1.4 Current Status Table 1-3 TIR 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 Date 10/19/94 10/19/94 06/06/97 01/19/95 01/17/95 11/03/95 11/03/95 11/03/95 02/29/96 09/17/98 03/07/96 03/15/96 04/17/96 02/29/96 02/29/96 03/07/96 08/26/96 04/16/96 11/25/96 06/30/97 04/01/97 02/18/97 02/12/97 TIR Listing for PowerPaks Revision AA Obsolete AC AA Obsolete Obsolete AA Obsolete AB AD AA AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AB AA AA Description Extended and Tandem Power Section Motors Revised PowerPak Specs (Increase in flow rating) Revised - Thread locking of PowerPak housings Thread Rework Specs & Limits for PowerPaks Directional Drilling Tools Update Stator Elastomer Evaluation in Oil-Based Muds PowerPak Dog-Leg Prediction Software Thermal Expansion of Stators A287 and A350 PowerPak Thrust Bearing Races Revised - Rotor Catcher Kits Aluminum Anode / Corrosion Rings Flex Joints / Flex Subs Revised: PowerPak 1:2 Power Sections Tungsten-Carbide Coated Rotors Reworking PowerPak Drive Shafts Dummy Bits for PowerPak Surface Tests Revised - Low Bit-Pressure Drop Radial Bearings Changes to PowerPak Transmission Seal Caps General PowerPak Equipment Update PowerPak Rotor Repair and Re-plating PowerPak Rotor Profile Measurement Available Power Sections and their Part Numbers RM145 Discontinuation Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 13. Revision: Date: TIR 040 041 042 043 044 045 046 047 048 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059 060 061 062 063 AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Date 03/31/97 08/24/97 08/05/97 10/10/97 03/27/98 04/20/98 09/23/98 09/23/98 11/10/98 10/27/98 07/20/99 07/20/99 07/20/99 07/20/99 11/17/99 11/17/99 11/17/99 11/17/99 11/17/99 10/22/99 11/20/99 01/18/00 11/23/99 01/11/00 Revision AA AB AA AA AA AA AB AA AB AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA AA PPAK 5 of 102 Description Calculation of Optimum Rotor-Stator Fit PowerPak Rotor & Stator Sizes PowerPak power prediction and optimum operating pressure Release of Rotating Near Bit Stabilizers Low, High and Standard pressure drop threaded radial bearings New “M” series mud motors 4-3/4 rotor couplings PowerPak 4-3/4” XXP (GT) Transmission PowerPak 9-5/8 XXP (GT) Transmission PowerPak Adjustable Bent Housing Update Stator Gauge list updated. Drive Shaft Bit Box rework New A700M motor 6-3/4 Transmission Coupling Torque New A318SB Motor PowerPak Maintenance Documents 9-5/8” HS 2:3 Transmission Reline Procedure for Stators Transmission ass’y for A675 1:2 and 2:3 power sections GT Power Section for A675S New A500M motor New Rotor Catcher Design Fishing Dimensions for A313SB, A500M and A700M motors Heavy Duty transmission for A475M Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 14. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 6 of 102 1.5 General Equipment List Table 1-4 Motor PowerPak (Mud Lubricated Bearing) Price List File Code Part No. Description A213M PMDM-BA S–281591 2.13" O.D. Motor assembly A238M PMDM-CA S–277950 2.38" O.D. Motor assembly A287M PMDM-DA S–277639 2.87" O.D. Motor assembly A350M PMDM-EA S–277636 3.50" O.D. Motor assembly A475M PMDM-GA S–273152 4.75" O.D. Motor assembly S-300800 Price« 5.00” O.D. Motor assembly A500M A675M PMDM-JA S–272952 6.75" O.D. Motor assembly S-300700 7.00” O.D. Motor assembly PMDM-LA S–272625 8.00" O.D. Motor assembly A962M PMDM-MA S–272852 9.62" O.D. Motor assembly A1125M PMDM-NA S–273452 11.25" O.D. Motor assembly A700M A800M Table 1-5 Motor PowerPak (Oil Sealed Bearing Series 14) Price List File Code A313SB Part No. Description S-300562 Price« 3.13: O.D. Motor assembly 4.75" O.D. Motor assembly A475S PSBM-GA S-277895 A625S PSBM-HA S-291060 6.25" O.D. Motor assembly A675S PSBM-JA S-291288 6.75" O.D. Motor assembly 1. « Please Note: these are approximate prices only. Actual motor prices will depend upon the options included in the motor. Ordering Information Refer to the following documents for the Bills of Materials, available options and assembly tools for the motors. Refer also to the Appendix for various motor options recognized by Customer Service. S-291041 Reference Assembly Chart, A213M Motor S-277724 Reference Assembly Chart, A238M, A287M, & A350M Motors S-273299 Reference Assembly Chart, A475 Motor S-272787 Reference Assembly Chart, A675M, A800M, A962M, & A1125M S-272899 Stabilizer & Make-Up Tool Reference Chart Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 15. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 7 of 102 When ordering a PowerPak motor assembly specify: Top connection: Cross-Over, Dump Valve or Flex sub….with connection type Power Section: Lobe configuration ( 1:2, 2:3, 3:4, 4:5, 5:6, 7:8) Length (standard, XP or GT) Rotor Coating (chrome, tungsten carbide or non-plated) Standard material or non-magnetic Rotor Size (Standard or undersize) Stator Diameter Size (standard or oversize) Stator Elastomer – UF100 or HN89 Adjustable Bend Housing: 0° - 2° or 0° - 3° (or straight for small motors) Transmission: Standard, heavy duty, HS or GT (for A475 and larger motors with XP, HS and GT power sections) Standard bearing housing with: stabilizer thread, integral blade stabilizer with size, or slick housing Rotating near bit stabilizer (RNBS) option: RNBS sleeve for extended drive shaft or RNBS sub for standard drive shaft Bit box connection: Connection type Flex Joints are available. Refer to Table 1-9 Flex Collars/ Flex Subs/ Flex Joints Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 16. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 8 of 102 1.5.1 PMDM-BA A213M PowerPak Motor A213M PowerPaks are available in two configurations, and these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Motor Options S-281591 Top Connection S-281894 S-287972 Power Section Description Cost A213M PowerPak MULTI-LOBE steerable motor, mud-lubricated Top Cross-Over, 1-1/4" Reg box Top Cross-Over Sub, AW Rod Box Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-277814 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-291002 Straight Transmission Housing Assembly Transmission Assembly S-277836 Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-287941 Slick Bearing Section / Drive Shaft Assembly w/ 1-1/4” API Reg. Box S-281574 Slick Bearing Section / Drive Shaft Assembly w/ AW Rod Box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Extra Equipment S-287763 By-Pass Sub, 1-1/4” API Reg. Box-by-Pin (uses two jet plugs) S-291003 By-Pass Sub, AW Rod Box-by-Pin (uses two jet plugs) S-287727 0.150” Bore Jet Plug, 1/4-18 NPT with Carbide Insert S-287728 0.175” Bore Jet Plug, 1/4-18 NPT with Carbide Insert S-287729 0.217” Bore Jet Plug, 1/4-18 NPT with Carbide Insert S-287792 Dummy Bit,1-1/4 API Reg. Pin-- uses 1 bit nozzle (7/32), part number B034165 S-291052 Dummy Bit, AW Rod Pin-- uses 1 bit nozzle (7/32), part number B034165 Lift Subs S-281606 Lift Bail, 1-1/4" API Reg pin S-291004 Lift Bail, AW Rod Pin Bearing Housing S-281589 Bearing Housing Drive Shaft S-281575 Drive Shaft w/ 1-1/4 API Reg. Box S-287929 Drive Shaft w/ AW ROD Box M&S Items S-281820 Thrust Bearing Parts Kit S-291031 Initial Inventory Kit S-281853 Shaft stand-off tool S-281500 Transmission Coupling Assembly Tool S-291028 Upper radial bearing removal tool kit S-281525 Thread Protector, 1-1/4 API Reg. Box S-287942 Thread Protector, AW Rod Box S-291056 Bearing Stack Housing Removal Kit Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 17. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 9 of 102 1.5.2 PMDM-CA A238M PowerPak Motor A238M PowerPaks are available in two configurations, and these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-277950 A238M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated. Top Connection S-277988 Cross-over, 1-1/4" Reg. box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-277971 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-291317 Straight Transmission Housing Assembly Transmission Assembly S-277941 Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-277867 Slick Bearing Section / Drive Shaft Assembly w/ 1-1/4” API Reg. Box The following items can be ordered seperately on a Material Order Extra Equipment S-277987 By-Pass Sub, 1-1/4” API Reg. Box-by-Pin (uses two jet plugs) S-287727 0.150” Bore Jet Plug, 1/4-18 NPT with Carbide Insert S-287728 0.175” Bore Jet Plug, 1/4-18 NPT with Carbide Insert S-287729 0.217” Bore Jet Plug, 1/4-18 NPT with Carbide Insert S-287792 Dummy Bit ,1-1/4 API Reg. Pin-- uses 1 bit nozzle (7/32), part number B034165 Lift Subs S-281606 Lift Bail, 1-1/4" Reg. Pin Bearing Housing S-277876 2-3/8” slick bearing housing Drive Shaft S-277868 Drive shaft, 1-1/4" Reg. box M&S Items S-281633 Thrust bearing kit S-281634 Initial Inventory Kit S-281531 Shaft stand-off tool Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below S-281500 Transmission Coupling Assembly Tool S-281541 Upper Radial Bearing Removal Tool Kit S-281525 Thread Protector, 1-1/4 API Reg. Box Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 18. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 10 of 102 1.5.3 PMDM-DA A287M PowerPak Motor Currently, only the multi-lobe option is available for this size of motor. Part Number Description Motor Options S-277639 A287M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated. Top Connection S-277543 S-291290 Cost Cross-Over, 2 3/8" Reg. box Cross-Over, 2-3/8 Reg. box, Non-magnetic Power Section Refer to Table 1.11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-277541 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-291318 Straight Transmission Housing Assembly Transmission Assembly S-277540 Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-277638 Slick Bearing Section / Drive Shaft Assembly w/ 2-3/8” API Reg. Box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Extra Equipment S-287793 S-291292 Dummy Bit, 2-3/8 API Reg. Pin-- uses 1 bit nozzle (7/32), part number B034165 Aluminum Anode, A287 Lift Subs S-277545 Lift sub, 2 3/8" Reg. Pin Bearing Housing S-277514 2 7/8" slick bearing housing Drive Shaft S-277513 Drive shaft, 2 3/8" Reg. box M&S Items S-287648 S-277957 B-034159 S-277546 S-277547 S-277548 S-277549 S-277550 S-277558 S-277644 Thrust bearing kit Initial Inventory Kit Nozzle wrench Adaptor, Shaft assy. Stand Shaft stand-off tool Lift bail / thread protector drive shaft Mandrel, Upper radial bearing removal tool Nut, Upper radial bearing removal tool Lift bail Bearing Housing Shaft assembly stand Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 19. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 11 of 102 1.5.4 A313SB - Oil Sealed Bearing PowerPak Motor A313SB PowerPaks are available in several configurations, these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-300562 A313SB PowerPak steerable motor, Oil Sealed Bearing, 2-3/8” Reg. bit box Top Connection S-300557 S-300558 Cross-over, 2-3/8" Reg. box Cross-over, 2-3/8" Non-magnetic, Reg. Box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-300552 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o , OSB motor Transmission Assembly S-300551 Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-300554 Drive Shaft Assy w/ slick bearing housing, 2-3/8” Reg. Bit Box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Description Lift Subs B031948 Thread Protector w/ Bail for 2-3/8” Reg Box Bearing Ass’y S-300509 S-300510 S-300508 Thrust Housing, Slick Piston Housing Bearing Housing Shafts S-300507 Cost Bearing Mandrel, 2-3/8” Reg. Service Tools B034184 S300781 S-277721 Thread Protector for 2-3/8 Reg. Box Floating Piston Installation Tool Transmission Coupling Ass’y Tool Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 20. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 12 of 102 1.5.5 PMDM-EA A350M PowerPak Motor Only the multi-lobe option is currently available in this size. Part Number Description Motors S-277636 A350M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated. Top Connection S-277599 S-281664 S-297297 S-281735 Cost Cross-over, 2-7/8" Reg. Box Cross-over, 2-3/8" Reg. Box Non-mag cross-over, 2-3/8” Reg. box Cross-over, 3-1/2” API IF Box x 2-7/8” API Reg. Pin Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-277583 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-291319 Straight Transmission Housing Assembly Transmission Assembly S-277584 Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-277635 Slick Bearing Section / Drive Shaft Assembly w/ 2-7/8” API Reg. Box The following items can be ordered seperately on a Material Order Extra Equipment S-287785 S-291291 Dummy Bit, 2-7/8 API Reg. Pin – uses 1 bit nozzle (7/32), part number B034165 Aluminum Anode, A350 Lift Subs S-277666 Lift sub, 2 7/8" Reg. Pin Bearing Housing S-277562 3-1/2" slick bearing housing Drive Shaft S-277560 S-281663 Drive shaft, 2-7/8" Reg. Box Drive shaft, 2-3/8" Reg. Box M&S Items S-287646 S-277958 B-034158 B-034159 B-034162 S-277603 S-277604 S-277605 S-277606 S-277607 S-277608 S-277645 Thrust bearing kit Initial Inventory Kit Stator gauge 7/8 Nozzle wrench Setting sleeve for stator gauge 7/8 Adaptor, Shaft assy. Stand Shaft stand-off tool Lift bail / thread protector drive shaft Mandrel, Upper radial bearing removal tool Nut, Upper radial bearing removal tool Lift bail Bearing Housing Shaft assembly stand Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 21. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: 1.5.6 PMDM-GA PPAK 13 of 102 A475M PowerPak Motor A475M PowerPaks are available in several configurations, these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. There are two basic options multi-lobe and single-lobe. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-273152 S-273282 A475M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated. A475M PowerPak SINGLE-LOBE (1:2) steerable motor, Mud-Lub. Top Connection S-273140 S-273141 S-293802 S-273154 S-273149 Cross-over, 3 1/2" IF box Cross-over, 3 1/2" Reg. Box Cross-over, 3 1/2" IF box, Non Magnetic Dump valve, 3 1/2” Reg. Box Dump valve, 3 1/2” IF box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-273153 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-281852 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 2o Transmission Assembly S-277791 Heavy Duty XP Transmission Assembly T1035994 Heavy Duty XP Transmission Assembly, Boot seal T1035993 GT Transmission Assembly, boot seal T1035861 Transmission Ass’y for 2:3 Power Section S-273280 Transmission Assembly for 1:2 Power Section Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly (Threaded Radials) S-291261 Drive Assy.w/ bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 3 1/2” Reg. Box S-287953 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 5-straight IB brg. Hsg., 5-7/8” GD, 3 1/2” Reg. Box S-287954 Drive Shaft Assy w/ slick brg. Hsg., 3 1/2” Reg. Box S-297122 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 3-blade spirol IB HSG., 5-7/8” GD, 3-1/2 Reg, Box S-293892 RNBS Drive Shaft Assy. w/ slick brg. Hsg., 3 1/2” Reg. Box (extended drive shaft) S-292160 Drive Shaft Ass;y -“ IAB” Option Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 22. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 14 of 102 The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Stabilizer Sleeves S-300983 S-277544 S-277609 S-273249 S-273283 S-273284 S-277934 S-293038 Description Cost Sleeve 5 3/4”, 5 blades straight Sleeve 5 7/8”, 5 blades straight Sleeve 5 7/8”, 3 blades spiral Sleeve 6”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 6 1/4”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 6 3/8”, 4 blades straight Sleeve, 6-1/2”, 5 blade straight Sleeve 6 5/8, 5 blades straight RNBS Stabilizer Refer to Tables 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287778 S-300914 S-281749 S-287773 Dummy Bit, 3-1/2 API Reg. Pin—uses 1 bit nozzle (13/32), part number M-000254 A475 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A475 Short Aluminum Anode, A475 Lift Subs S-273189 S-273190 Lift sub, 3 1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 3 1/2” IF pin Adjusting Ring S-297410 Adjusting Ring, Premium, Carbide tiles Bearing Housing S-273120 S-273121 S-272761 S-272762 4-3/4” slick bearing housing 4-3/4” bearing housing Bearing housing with 5-7/8” integral 3-blade spiral wrap stabilizer Bearing housing with 5-7/8” integral 5-blade straight stabilizer Drive Shaft S-291256 S-291362 Drive shaft, 3-1/2” API Reg. Box RNBS Drive Shaft, 3-1/2” API Reg. Box (extended) M&S Items S-272789 S-289645 S-281953 S-273191 S-273192 S-273193 S-273194 S-273195 S-273198 S-273186 S-273187 S-273171 S-273271 Thrust bearing kit Nozzle Kit Initial Inventory Kit Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below Lift bail 3.974-V040 (HSG) Shaft assembly stand Lift bail / thread protector 2 5/16 - 6 UNC Shaft stand-off tool Upper radial bearing removal tool Dump valve spring compressor assy. Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 23. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 15 of 102 1.5.7 A475S Series 14 – Oil Sealed Bearing PowerPak Motor A475S PowerPaks are available in several configurations, these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-277895 A475M PowerPak steerable motor, Oil Sealed Bearing, 3-1/2 Reg. bit box Top Connection S-273140 S-273141 S-293802 S-273154 S-273149 Cross-over, 3 1/2" IF box Cross-over, 3 1/2" Reg. Box Cross-over, 3 1/2" IF box, Non Magnetic Dump valve, 3 1/2” Reg. Box Dump valve, 3 1/2” IF box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-277890 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o , OSB motor Transmission Assembly S-287813 Heavy Duty XP Transmission Assembly S-297250 Heavy Duty XP Transmission Assembly, No Bypass S-297435 XXP (GT) Transmission Assembly T1035840 2:3 HS Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-277897 Drive Assy .w/ thrust housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 3 1/2” Reg. Box S-297107 Drive Shaft Assy w/ slick thrust housing, 3 1/2” Reg. Box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Description Stabilizer Sleeves S-300983 S-277544 S-277609 S-273249 S-273283 S-273284 S-277934 S-293038 Sleeve 5 3/4 “,5 blade straight Sleeve 5 7/8”, 5 blades straight Sleeve 5 7/8”, 3 blades spiral Sleeve 6”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 6 1/4”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 6 3/8”, 4 blades straight Sleeve, 6-1/2”, 5 blade straight Sleeve 6 5/8, 5 blades straight Extra Equipment S-300914 S-281749 S-287773 Cost A475 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A475 Short Aluminum Anode, A475 Lift Subs S-273189 S-273190 Lift sub, 3 1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 3 1/2” IF pin Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 24. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Part Number PPAK 16 of 102 Description Adjusting Ring S-297410 Adjusting Ring, Premium, Carbide tiles Bearing Ass’y B037522 S-277924 S-277931 S-277910 S-277925 4-3/4” thrust housing - Slick 4-3/4” Thrust housing - Threaded szr. Piston Housing Bearing Housing Flow Bearing Housing Shafts S-277908 S-277929 Bearing Mandrel, 3-1/2 API Box Piston Mandrel M&S Items S-300968 S-289645 T1035609 Cost Seal Kit , Bearing assembly Nozzle Kit Hardware Kit, Bearing Ass’y (three bearings) S-273198 S-273186 S-273187 S-273171 S-273271 Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below Dump valve spring compressor assy. Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 25. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: 1.5.8 A500M PPAK 17 of 102 PowerPak Motor A500M PowerPaks are available in several configurations, these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-300800 A500M PowerPak steerable motor, mud lubricated , 3-1/2 Reg. bit box Top Connection S-300752 S-300753 S-300750 S-300751 Cross-over, 3 1/2" Reg. box Cross-over, 3 1/2" IF. Box Dump valve, 3 1/2” Reg. Box Dump valve, 3 1/2” IF box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-300740 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o – 3o S-300848 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o – 2o T1035646 Stator Adaptor x-over to A475 power sections Transmission Assembly T1035988 Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-300702 Drive Shaft Ass’y .w/5-blade straight integral blade hsg., 6.0” Dia., 3 1/2” Reg. Box S-300846 RNBS Drive Shaft Ass’y, w/ slick bearing housing. , 3-1/2 Reg. Box (ext. drive shaft) S-300900 Drive Shaft Ass’y, w/ bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 3 1/2” Reg. Box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Description Cost Stabilizer Sleeves S-300895 Sleeve 6-3/8 GD, 5 blades straight RNBS Stabilizer Refer to tables 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287778 Dummy Bit, 3-1/2 Reg. Pin – uses 1 bit nozzle (13/32), part number M-000254 S-300914 Rotor Catcher Kit, A475 and A500M S-281749 Aluminum Anode, A475 S-287773 Short Aluminum Anode, A475 Lift Subs S-273189 S-273190 Lift sub, 3 1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 3 1/2” IF pin Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 26. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Part Number PPAK 18 of 102 Description Cost Bearing Ass’y S-300759 S-300892 S-300709 S-300727 5” Slick Bearing Housing 5” Bearing Housing, Threaded Bearing Housing w/ 6” Dia. Integral 5-blade straight stabilizer Bearing Housing w/ 5-3/4” Dia. Integral 5-blade straight stabilizer Shafts S-300703 S-300846 Drive Shaft, 3-1/2 Reg. Box RNBS Drive Shaft, 3-1/2 Reg. Box (extended) M&S Items T0135664 S-300717 S-289645 Shim Kit Thrust Bearing Parts Kit Nozzle Kit S-273198 S-300842 S-300901 S-300903 S-273192 S-300925 Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below Dump valve spring compressor assy. Transmission Seal Ass’y tool Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Shaft Ass’y Stand Lift Bail, 4.265-4 V040 (bearing housing) Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 27. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 19 of 102 1.5.9 A625S Series 14 – Oil Sealed Bearing PowerPak Motor A625S PowerPaks are available in several configurations, these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-291060 A625M PowerPak steerable motor, Oil Sealed Bearing, 4-1/2 API Reg bit box Top Connection B035913 S-293943 S-297035 S-291339 S-291340 S-297108 Cross-over, 4-1/2 X-hole Cross-over, 4-1/2 H-90 Cross-over, 4-1/2" Reg. Box Dump Valve, 4-1/2" Reg. Box Dump valve, 4-1/2” H90 Box Dump valve, 4-1/2” XH box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-291205 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o , OSB motor Transmission Assembly S-291203 Transmission Assembly, Heavy Duty S-277559 Transmission Assembly, 1:2 Power section Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-291059 Drive Assy w/ thrust housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 4 1/2” Reg. Box N/A Drive Shaft Assy w/ slick thrust housing, 4 1/2” Reg. Box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Description Cost Stabilizer Sleeves B037010 Sleeve 7-3/4”, 5 blades straight B036949 Sleeve 7-3/4”, 4 blades spiral Extra Equipment S-1035548 N/A N/A S-275818 S272990 S-275871 A625 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A475 Short Aluminum Anode, A475 Lift Sub, 4-1/2” X-hole Lift sub, 4 1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 4-1/2” H-90 pin Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 28. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Part Number PPAK 20 of 102 Description Bearing Ass’y B035747 B035762 B035746 B035758 4-3/4” Thrust housing - Threaded szr. Piston Housing Bearing Housing Flow Bearing Housing Shafts B035744 B035761 Bearing Mandrel, 3-1/2 API Box Piston Mandrel M&S Items B036826 S-300969 B036828 T1035608 S-289645 Cost Seal Kit, complete Seal Kit, Bearing Ass’y Seal Kit, transmission ass’y Hardware kit, bearing assembly (bearings only) Nozzle Kit Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below B035763 S272998 S-273271 Thread Protector, Thrust hsg. Dump valve spring compressor assy. Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 29. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 21 of 102 1.5.10 PSBM-JA A675S Oil Sealed Bearing PowerPak Motor A675S PowerPaks are available in several configurations, and these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Motor Options S-291528 A675M PowerPak steerable motor, Oil Sealed Bearing Top Sub S-272940 S-272941 S-275816 S-275869 S-272949 S-272954 S-275819 S-275874 Cost Cross-over, 4 1/2” Reg. Box Cross-over, 4 1/2” IF box Cross-over, 4 1/2” XH box Cross-over, 4 1/2” H90 box Dump valve, 4 1/2” Reg. Box Dump valve, 4 1/2” IF box Dump valve, 4 1/2” XH (4” IF) box Dump valve, 4 1/2” H90 box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-291263 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-297038 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 2o Transmission Assembly S-291264 Heavy Duty, Transmission Assembly T1035909 2:3 Hs Transmission Assembly Bearing Section / Drive Shaft Assembly S-291262 Drive Shaft Assy w/ Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 4 1/2” Reg. box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Stabilizer Sleeves B037692 B037693 B037694 B037695 B036825 B037696 B037697 Description Cost Sleeve 8 1/8”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 8 ¼”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 8 3/8”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 8 ½”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 8-5/8, 5 blade straight Sleeve 8 5/8”, 4 blades straight Sleeve 9 5/8”, 4 blades straight Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 30. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Part Number PPAK 22 of 102 Description Cost RNBS Stabilizer Refer to Tables 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287764 S-300907 S-281804 S-287774 Lift Subs S-272990 S-272989 S-275818 S-275871 Bearing Ass’y Parts B035946 B035960 B035947 B035956 Shafts B035944 B035959 M&S Items S-297217 S-300974 B035961 S-272998 S-272986 S-272987 S-272966 S-273271 S-277656 M-000255 S-272776 S-272777 S-272778 S-275897 S-272773 S-272772 Dummy Bit, 4-1/2 API Reg. Pin—uses 1 bit nozzle (22/32), part number B035571 A675 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A675 Short Aluminum Anode, A675 Lift sub, 4 1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 4 1/2” IF pin Lift sub, 4 1/2” XH (4” IF) pin Lift sub, H90 pin Thrust Housing, threaded for sleeve stabilizer Piston Housing Bearing Housing Flow Bearing Housing Bearing Mandrel, 4-1/2 API Reg. Box Piston Mandrel Seal kit, Bearing Assembly Seal Kit, Transmission Thread protector, Bearing ass’y Dump valve spring compressor assy. (also for A625, A962, A800) Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly Nozzle wrench, socket style Nozzle wrench Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 8 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 8 3/8” 5 blades straight stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 9 3/4” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 9 3/4” 5 blades straight stab. Shop make-up tool, 8 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab Shop make-up tool, 8 3/8” 5 blades spiral stab Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 31. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 23 of 102 1.5.11 PMDM-JA A675M PowerPak Motor A675M PowerPak is available in several configurations, listed in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-272952 S-275827 A675M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated, A675M PowerPak SINGLE-LOBE (1:2) steerable motor, Mud-Lub. Top Sub S-272940 S-272941 S-275816 S-275869 S-272949 S-272954 S-275819 S-275874 Cross-over, 4 1/2” Reg. Box Cross-over, 4 1/2” IF box Cross-over, 4 1/2” XH box Cross-over, 4 1/2” H90 box Dump valve, 4 1/2” Reg. Box Dump valve, 4 1/2” IF box Dump valve, 4 1/2” XH (4” IF) box Dump valve, 4 1/2” H90 box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-272953 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-281851 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 2o S-272922 Straight housing assembly Transmission Assembly S-272950 Transmission Assembly S-277792 Heavy Duty XP Transmission Assembly T1035902 2:3 HS Transmission ass’y S-275826 Transmission Assembly for 1:2 Power Section Bearing Section / Drive Shaft Assembly (Threaded Radials) S-287751 Drive Shaft Assy w/ Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 4 1/2” Reg. box S-277907 Drive Shaft Assy w/ Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 6 5/8” Reg. box S-287956 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 8-3/8” 5-straight IB brg. Hsg., 4 1/2” Reg. box S-293359 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 8-3/8” 3-spiral IB brg. Hsg., 4 1/2” Reg. box S-291006 RNBS Drive Shaft Assy w/ slick Bearing housing, 4 1/2” Reg. box, extended drive S-297121 Drive Shaft Ass’y w/ 8-1/4” straight IB brg. hsg., 4-1/2” Reg. box S-297116 Drive Shaft Ass’y w/ 8-1/4” Spirol IB brg. hsg., 4-1/2” Reg. box S-297168 Drive Shaft Ass’y, slick., 4-1/2” Reg. box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Stabilizer Sleeves S-275846 S-275845 S-275849 S-275866 S-275854 S-300538 S-277981 S-275865 Description Cost Sleeve 9 3/4”, 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 8 3/8”, 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 8 3/8”, 5 blades straight long contact Sleeve 8 1/4”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 8 3/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 8 3/8”, 5 blades straight short contact (Tiled) Sleeve 9 1/2”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 9 3/4”, 5 blades straight short contact Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 32. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Part Number PPAK 24 of 102 Description Cost RNBS Stabilizer Refer to Tables 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287764 S-287794 S-300907 S-281804 S-287774 Lift Subs S-272990 S-272989 S-275818 S-275871 Bearing Housing S-272759 S-272758 S-291030 S-297124 S-293893 Drive Shaft S-287746 S-297092 S-291000 M&S Items S-272790 S-272796 S-272920 S-272991 S-272992 S-272993 S-272994 S-272995 S-272998 S-272986 S-272987 S-272966 S-273271 S-277656 M-000255 S-272776 S-272777 S-272778 S-275897 S-272773 S-272772 Dummy Bit, 4-1/2 API Reg. Pin—uses 1 bit nozzle (22/32), part number B035571 Dummy Bit , 6-5/8 API Reg. Pin—uses 2 bit nozzles (16/32), part number B035570 A675 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A675 Short Aluminum Anode, A675 Lift sub, 4 1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 4 1/2” IF pin Lift sub, 4 1/2” XH (4” IF) pin Lift sub, H90 pin 8-3/8” integral stab, 5 blades, straight, short contact 8-3/8” integral stab, 3 blades, spiral 360° 8-1/4” integral stab, 5 blades, straight, short contact 8-1/4” integral stab, 3 blades, spiral 360° slick bearing housing Drive shaft, 4-1/2” API Reg. Box Drive shaft, 6-5/8” API Reg. Box RNBS Drive shaft, 4-1/2” API Reg. Box (extended drive shaft) Thrust bearing kit for A675M motor Initial Inventory Kit Thread protector Lift bail A 6 5/8” Reg. Modified (HSG) Shaft assembly stand Lift bail / thread protector Shaft stand-off tool Upper radial bearing removal tool Dump valve spring compressor assy. (also for A962M, A800M) Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly Nozzle wrench, socket style Nozzle wrench Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 8 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 8 3/8” 5 blades straight stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 9 3/4” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 9 3/4” 5 blades straight stab. Shop make-up tool, 8 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab Shop make-up tool, 8 3/8” 5 blades spiral stab Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 33. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: 1.5.12 A700M PPAK 25 of 102 PowerPak Motor A500M PowerPaks are available in several configurations, these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-300700 A700M PowerPak steerable motor, mud lubricated , 3-1/2 Reg. bit box Top Connection S-300620 S-300621 S-300622 S-300623 S-283746 Cross-over, 4 1/2" Reg. box Cross-over, 4 1/2" IF. Box Cross-over, 4-1/2 H90 Box Cross-over, 4 1/2” XH (4” IF) Box Dump valve, 4 1/2” XH (4”IF) box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-283755 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o – 3o S-300619 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o – 2o T1035643 Stator Adaptor x-over to A675 power sections. Transmission Assembly T1035903 Transmission Assembly T1035916 2:3 Transmission Assembly, used w/ A675 2:3 power section & special stator adaptor Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly S-300614 Drive Shaft Ass’y .w/5-blade straight integral blade hsg., 8-3/8” Dia., 3 1/2” Reg. Box S-283679 RNBS Drive Shaft Ass’y, w/ slick bearing hsg, 4-1/2 Reg Box (extended drive shaft) S-300685 Drive Shaft Ass’y w/ 3-blade spiral IB housing, 8-7/16 GD, 4-1/2” Reg. Box S-300686 Drive Shaft Ass’y, w/ bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 6-5/8” Reg. Box The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Description Cost Stabilizer Sleeves S-300627 Sleeve 9-3/4 GD, 5 blade straight T1035788 Sleeve 9-3/8 GD, 5 Blade straight. RNBS Stabilizer Refer to tables 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287764 S-287764 S-300907 S-281804 S-287774 Lift Subs S-272990 S-272758 S-275818 S-275871 Dummy Bit, 4-1/2 API Reg. Pin – uses 1 bit nozzle (22/32), part number B035571 Dummy Bit, 6-5/8 API Reg. Pin – uses 2 bit nozzles (16/32), part number B035570 Rotor Catcher Kit, A675M through A1125M Aluminum Anode, A675 Short Aluminum Anode, A675 Lift sub, 4-1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 4-1/2” IF Pin Lift sub, 4-1/2” XH (4” IF) pin Lift sub, 4-1/2” H90 Pin Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 34. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Part Number PPAK 26 of 102 Description Cost Bearing Housing S-283703 S-300625 S-283757 S-300624 7” slick bearing housing bearing housing, threaded for stabilizer bearing housing w/ 8-3/8” GD integral 5-blade straight stabilizer bearing housing w/ 8-7/16” GD integral 3-blade spiral stabilizer Shafts S-300613 S-283757 S-300624 Drive shaft, 4-1/2” API Reg. Box RNBS Drive Shaft, 4-1/2” API Reg. Box (extended) Drive shaft, 6-5/8” API Reg. Box M&S Items T1035663 S-283689 S-272920 S-300782 S-272992 S-272998 S-272986 S-272987 S-272776 S-272777 S-275897 S-272773 S-272772 S-300836 Shim Kit Thrust Bearing Parts Kit Thread protector, 7.000-4 Stub Acme Lift Bail, 3-11/16 UNR Shaft Assembly Stand Dump valve spring compressor assy. Transmission coupling make-up wrench Torque pin, transmission coupling make-up wrench Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 8-3/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 8-3/8” 5 blades straight stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 13.5” sq. drive, 9-3/4” 5 blades straight stab. Shop make-up tool, 8-3/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Shop make-up tool, 8-3/8” 5 blades straight stab. Transmission Seal Ass’y Tool. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 35. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 27 of 102 1.5.13 PMDM-LA A800M PowerPak Motor A800M PowerPaks are available in several configurations, and these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. There are two basic options multi-lobe and single-lobe. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-272625 A800M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated. S-275664 A800M PowerPak SINGLE-LOBE (1:2) steerable motor, Mud-Lub. Top Connection S-272611 Cross-over, 5 1/2” Reg. Box S-272610 Cross-over, 6 5/8” Reg. Box S-272672 Dump valve, 5 1/2” Reg. Box S-272622 Dump valve, 6 5/8” Reg. Box Power Section Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-272736 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-281860 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 2o S-272593 Straight housing ass’y Transmission Assembly S-272623 Transmission Assembly S-277793 Heavy Duty XP Transmission Assembly T1035700 GT Transmission Ass’y S-275662 Transmission Assembly for 1:2 Power Section Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly (Threaded Radials) S-287926 Drive Shaft Assy. w/ bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 6 5/8” Reg. box S-297117 Drive Shaft Assy., slick, 6-5/8” Reg Box S-293026 Drive Shaft Assy, 9-3/4” Integral blade, 5-blade straight, 6-5/8” Reg. Box S-293891 RNBS Drive Shaft Assy w/ slick bearing hsg, 6-5/8 Reg Box (extended drive shaft) Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 36. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 28 of 102 The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Stabilizer Sleeves S-300563 S-272747 S-272767 S-272751 S-272756 S-277849 RNBS stabilizer Description Cost Sleeve 10 ½”, 5 blades straight (tiled) Sleeve 12 1/8”, 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 14 5/8”, 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 12 1/8”, 5 blades straight long contact Sleeve 12 1/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 12 1/8”, 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Refer to Tables 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287794 T1035542 S-281744 S-287775 Lift Subs S-272697 S-272690 Bearing Housing S-287797 S-293894 Drive Shaft S-287921 S-293733 M&S Items S-272791 S-272797 S-272592 S-272691 S-272692 S-272693 S-272694 S-272695 S-272998 S-272698 S-272700 S-275654 S-273271 S-277656 M-000255 S-272779 S-272780 S-272781 S-272782 S-272783 S-272784 S-275898 S-272770 Dummy Bit, 6-5/8 API Reg. Pin – uses 2 bit nozzles (16/32), part number B035570 A800 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A800 Short Aluminum Anode, A800 Lift sub, 5 1/2” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 6 5/8” Reg. Pin 9-3/4” integral stab, 5 blades, straight slick bearing housing 6 5/8” Reg. Bit Box RNBS drive shaft w/ 6 5/8” Reg. Bit Box (extended) Thrust bearing kit Initial Inventory Kit Thread protector Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below Lift bail 7.000-V038 (HSG) Shaft assembly stand Lift bail / thread protector Shaft stand-off tool Upper radial bearing removal tool Dump valve spring compressor assy. (also for A962M, A675M) Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly (also for A962M, A675M) Nozzle wrench, socket style Nozzle wrench (Smith Series 95) Plate template for kelly bushing, 28” sq. drive, 12 1/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate template for kelly bushing, 28” sq. drive, 12 1/8” 5 blades straight stab. Plate template for kelly bushing, 21” sq. drive, 12 1/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate template for kelly bushing, 21” sq. drive, 12 1/8” 5 blades straight stab. Plate template for kelly bushing, 18” sq. drive, 12 1/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate template for kelly bushing, 18” sq. drive, 12 1/8” 5 blades straight stab. Shop make-up tool, 12 1/8” 3 blades spiral stab Shop make-up tool, 12 1/8” 5 blades spiral stab Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 37. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 29 of 102 1.5.14 PMDM-MA A962M PowerPak Motor A962M PowerPaks are available in several configurations, and these can be selected in the Master Orders attached. There are two basic options multi-lobe and single-lobe. Part Number Motor Options S-272852 S-275752 Top Connection S-272841 T0135853 S-272854 S-272849 S-287976 Power Section Description Cost A962M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated. A962M PowerPak SINGLE-LOBE steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated. Cross-over, 6 5/8” Reg. Box Cross-over, 7 5/8” Reg. Box (w/ stress relief groove) Dump valve, 6 5/8” Reg. Box Dump valve, 7 5/8” Reg. Box Cross-Over, w/ 5F-6R float bore, 6-5/8” H90 Box Refer to Table 1-11 Adjustable Bend Housing S-272853 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-281866 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 2o Transmission Assembly S-272850 Transmission Assembly S-277734 Heavy Duty XP Transmission Assembly S-297436 Heavy Duty GT (XXP) Transmission Assembly S-300822 2:3 HS Transmission Ass’y S-275762 Transmission Assembly for 1:2 Power Section Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly (Threaded Radials) S-293888 Drive Shaft Assy, Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 6 5/8” Reg. Bit box S-291228 Drive Shaft Assy, Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 7 5/8” Reg. Bit box S-287957 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 3-spiral IB brg. Hsg., 12-1/8” GD., 7-5/8” Reg. Bit box S-287958 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 5-straight IB brg. Hsg., 12-1/8” GD., 7-5/8” Reg. Bit box S-287959 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 3-spiral IB brg. Hsg., 12-1/8” GD., 6-5/8” Reg. Bit box S-287960 Drive Shaft Assy w/ 5-straight IB brg. Hsg., 12-1/8” GD., 6-5/8” Reg. Bit box S-293890 RNBS Drive Shaft Assy, w/ slick Bearing hsg, 6 5/8” Reg.box, (extended drive shaft) S-293889 RNBS Drive Shaft Assy, w/ slick Bearing hsg, 7 5/8” Reg. box, (extended drive shaft) Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 38. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 30 of 102 The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Stabilizer Sleeves S-272748 S-272750 S-272755 S-272764 T1035775 T1035776 S-273466 S-275709 S-275754 S-273250 S-273255 S-272753 S-272752 S-273453 S-281746 S-297446 Description Cost Sleeve 17 1/4”, 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight long contact Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 12 1/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 12 1/8”, 5 blades straight short contact, hvy duty (tiled) Sleeve 12 3/16”, 5 blades straight short contact, hvy duty (tiled) Sleeve 13 3/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 14 5/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 15 7/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight long contact, welded blade Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 17 3/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 21 7/8”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 25 3/4”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 27 ¾, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 27 15/16, 5 blade straight short contact, welded blade. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 39. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 31 of 102 The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Part Number Description Cost RNBS stabilizer Refer to Table 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287794 S-287795 T1035543 S-281764 S-287776 Dummy Bit, 6-5/8 API Reg. Pin—uses 2 bit nozzles (16/32), part number B035570 Dummy Bit, 7-5/8 API Reg. Pin—uses 2 bit nozzles (22/32), part number B035571 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A962 Short Aluminum Anode, A962 Lift Subs S-272690 S-272890 Lift sub, 6 5/8” Reg. Pin Lift sub, 7 5/8” Reg. Pin Bearing Housing S-272863 S-272872 S-293895 12 1/8” integral stabilizer, 3 blades, 360° spiral wrap 12 1/8” integral stabilizer 5 blades, straight short contact slick bearing housing Drive Shaft S-291235 S-291229 S-297444 S-293737 S-293738 M&S Items S-272792 S-272798 S-272820 S-272891 S-272892 S-272893 S-272894 S-272895 S-272998 S-272886 S-272887 S-272897 S-273271 S-277656 M-000255 S-272785 S-272786 S-272768 S-272769 S-275899 S-272771 6-5/8” Reg. Bit Box 7-5/8” Reg. Bit Box 8-5/8” Reg. Bit Box RNBS drive shaft, 6 5/8 Reg Bit box (extended) RNBS drive shaft, 7 5/8 Reg Bit box (extended) Thrust bearing kit Initial Inventory Kit Thread protector Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below Lift bail 8.187-V038 (HSG) Shaft assembly stand Lift bail / thread protector Shaft stand-off tool Upper radial bearing removal tool Dump valve spring compressor assy. (also for A800M, A675M) Transmission coupling make-up wrench Drive pin for make-up wrench Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly (also for A800M, A675M) Nozzle wrench, socket style Nozzle wrench (Smith Series 95) Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 28” square drive, 17 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 28” square drive, 17 3/8” 5 blades strt stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 21” square drive, 17 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 21” square drive, 17 3/8” 5 blades strt stab. Shop make-up tool, 17 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab Shop make-up tool, 17 3/8” 5 blades spiral stab Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 40. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 32 of 102 1.5.15 PMDM-NA A1125M PowerPak Motor A1125M PowerPaks are available in several configurations. There is one basic multi-lobe option. Part Number Description Cost Motor Options S-273452 A1125M PowerPak steerable motor, Mud-Lubricated, Top Connection S-273440 Cross-over, 7 5/8” Reg. Box S-293902 Cross-over, 8 5/8” Reg. Box S-273449 Dump valve, 7 5/8” Reg. Box Refer to Table 1-11 Power Section Adjustable Bend Housing S-273451 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 3o S-281869 Adjustable Bend Housing Assembly, 0o - 2o Transmission Assembly S-273450 Transmission Assembly Bearing Section/Drive Shaft Assembly (Threaded Radials) S-293886 Drive shaft assy, Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 7 5/8” Reg. Bit box S-293887 Drive shaft assy, Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 6 5/8” Reg. Bit box S-293904 RNBS Drive shaft assy, slick brg housing, 6 5/8” Reg. Bit box (extended drive shaft) S-293903 RNBS Drive shaft assy, slick brg housing, 7 5/8” Reg. Bit box (extended drive shaft) The following items can be ordered separately on a Material Order Stabilizer Sleeves S-272748 S-272750 S-272755 S-273250 S-273255 S-272753 S-272752 S-273453 S-281746 S-297446 RNBS sleeves and Sleeve 17 1/4”, 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight long contact Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight long contact, welded blade Sleeve 17 1/4”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 17 3/8”, 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 21 7/8”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 25 3/4”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 27 3/4”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Sleeve 27 15/16”, 5 blades straight short contact, welded blade Refer to Table 1-12 and 1-14 Extra Equipment S-287795 T1035544 S-287935 S-287936 Lift Subs S-272890 S-297451 Bearing Housing S-273416 S-393896 Drive Shaft S-291229 S-291235 S-293738 S-293737 Dummy Bit , 7-5/8 API Reg. Pin—uses 2 bit nozzles (22/32), part number B035571 Rotor Catcher Kit Aluminum Anode, A1125 Short Aluminum Anode, A1125 Lift sub, 7 5/8” Reg. Pin Lift Sub, 8-5/8 Reg. Pin Bearing housing threaded for stabilizer sleeve slick bearing housing 7-5/8” Reg. Bit Box 6-5/8 Reg. Bit Box RNBS, 7-5/8” Reg. Bit Box (extended) RNBS, 6-5/8” Reg. Bit Box (extended) Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 41. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Part Number M&S Items S-272792 S-272799 S-272820 PPAK 33 of 102 Description Cost Thrust bearing kit Initial Inventory Kit Thread protector Service tools, composed of a selection from the list below: S-273491 S-272892 S-272893 S-272894 S-272895 S-272998 S-273497 S-273271 S-277656 M-000255 S-272785 S-272786 S-272768 S-272769 S-275899 S-272771 Lift bail 8.850-V038 (HSG) Shaft assembly stand Lift bail / thread protector Shaft stand-off tool Upper radial bearing removal tool Dump valve spring compressor assy. (also for A962M, A800M, A675M) Adjusting ring lifting tool Thrust pin pulling tool assembly (also for A962M, A800M, A675M) Nozzle wrench, socket style Nozzle wrench Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 28” square drive, 17 3/8” 3 bld spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 28” square drive, 17 3/8” 5 bld straight stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 21” square drive, 17 3/8” 3 bld spiral stab. Plate temp. for kelly bushing, 21” square drive, 17 3/8” 5 bld straight stab. Shop make-up tool, 17 3/8” 3 blades spiral stab Shop make-up tool, 17 3/8” 5 blades spiral stab Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 42. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: PPAK 34 of 102 1.5.16 Support Components Table 1-6 Part Number P-096111 S-287851 S-287852 S-287853 S-287854 S-287855 S-297438 S-297449 S-291035 S-287539 S-287540 S-287541 S-287542 S-287224 S-300856 S-297433 S-287543 S-297342 S-300697 S-287544 S-287545 S-287546 Documentation Description Cost Maintenance Manual, PowerPak Drilling Motors PowerPak Assembly/Disassembly Report Sheet 1 PowerPak Assembly/Disassembly Report Sheet 2 PowerPak Assembly/Disassembly Report Inspection Sheet PowerPak Assembly/Disassembly Report Check Sheet PowerPak Assembly/Disassembly Report Order Sheet OSB series-14 Assembly/Disassembly Report OSB series-14 Inspection Guide sheet A213M Report, Assy/Disassy A238M Report, Assy/Disassy A287M Report, Assy/Disassy A350M Report, Assy/Disassy A475M Report, Assy/Disassy A475S Report, Assy/Disassy A500M Report, Assy/Disassy A625S Report, Assy/Disassy A675M Report, Assy/Disassy A675S Report, Assy/Disassy A700M Report, Assy/Disassy A800M Report, Assy/Disassy A962M Report, Assy/Disassy A1125M Report, Assy/Disassy All reports are available in SOPHIA. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 43. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 1-7 PPAK 35 of 102 Stator Thread Gauges Part Number Description S-277852 Plug gauge, A238M stator S-277853 Cost Ring gauge, A238M stator S-277854 Plug gauge, A287M stator S-277855 Ring gauge, A287M stator S-277864 Plug gauge, A350M stator S-277865 Ring gauge, A350M stator S-277856 Plug gauge, A475M stator S-277857 Ring gauge, A475M stator S-300927 Plug gauge, A500M stator S-300928 Ring gauge, A500M stator S-277886 Plug gauge, A625M stator S-277887 Ring gauge, A625M stator S-277858 Plug gauge, A675M, A700M stator S-277859 Ring gauge, A675M, A700M stator S-277860 Plug gauge, A800M stator S-277861 Ring gauge, A800M stator S-277862 Plug gauge, A962M stator S-277863 Ring gauge, A962M stator S-277864 Plug gauge, A1125M stator S-277865 Ring gauge, A1125M stator Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 44. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 1-8 PPAK 36 of 102 PowerPak Stator and Rotor Gauges Motor Lobes Stator Gauge Setting Sleeve Setting Sleeve Diameter Rotor Profile Gauge A213 5:6 B028173 B038189 1.043 S-293145 A238 5:6 B034679 B034664 1.131 S-293146 5:6 B033931 B033930 1.398 S-293147 A287 7:8 B034157 B034161 1.600 S-293148 7:8 AD B034157 B034161 1.595 S-293149 1.780 A313 5:6 B038206 B038207 7:8 XF B038206 B038207 1.780 4:5 B034157 B034161 1.600 S-293150 7:8 B034158 B034162 1.728 S-293151 4:5 B308175 B038191 1.764 A350 A375 7:8 B038178 B038192 1.984 7:8 XF B038206 B038207 2.210 1:2 B034157 B034161 1.600 2:3 B038178 B038192 1.984 4:5 B302599 B032611 2.411 5:6 B032601 B038194 2.483 7:8 B032600 B032612 2.590 7:8 XF B038181 B038195 2.709 S-293798 7:8 AD B038182 B038196 2.678 S-293142 5:6 GT B032601 B038194 2.483 5:6 HF B038185 1:2 B038183 B038197 2.250 4:5 B038184 B038198 3.210 S-293153 7:8 B038185 B038199 3.520 S-293154 1:2 B302601 B032613 2.500 2:3 B308186 B038200 3.000 4:5 B032602 B032614 3.488 S-293046 7:8 B032603 B032615 4.000 S-293155 7:8 AD B038187 B038201 3.980 S-293156 5:6 B039951 B039952 3.681 N/A 7:8 B032603 B039953 4.016 N/A 1:2 B032604 B032616 3.060 4:5 B032605 B032617 4.079 S-293045 7:8 B032606 B032618 4.592 S-293044 1:2 B032607 B032619 3.563 A475 S-293797 S-293152 S-293936 –SP S-293936 –XP A500 A625 A675 A700 A800 2.513 2:3 B039969 4.375 B032608 B032620 4.750 S-293157 B032609 B032621 5.328 S-293158 7:8 A1125 B039968 3:4 5:6 A962 B038188 B038202 5.642 3:4 B034050 B034049 5.500 S-293159 Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 45. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 1-9 PPAK 37 of 102 Flex Collars/ Flex Subs/ Flex Joints Part Number Description S-277808 Cost Drill Collar, Flex, Non-Mag., 3-1/16” OD x 8.5’, 2.590-6 V055 x 1.5 TPF Box-by-Pin S-277807 Drill Collar, Flex, Non-Mag., 3-1/16” OD x 15.5’, 2.590-6 V055 x 1.5 TPF Box-by-Pin S-281755 Drill Collar, Flex, Non-Mag., 3-1/2” OD x 8.5’, 2.812-6 V055 Box-by-Pin S-281754 Drill Collar, Flex, Non-Mag., 3-1/2” OD x 30’, 2.812-6 V055 Box-by-Pin S-281789 Drill Collar, Flex, Non-Mag., 4-3/4” OD x 8.5’, 3-1/2 API IF Box-by-Pin S-277954 Drill Collar, Flex, Non-Mag., 4-3/4” OD x 30’, 3-1/2 API IF Box-by-Pin S-277810 Flex Joint, 3-1/16” OD x 5’, 2-3/8 API Reg. Box-by-Pin S-277811 Flex Joint, 3-1/16” OD x 5’, 2-3/8 API Reg. Box by 2.590-6 V055 x 1.5 TPF Pin S-287662 Flex Sub, A475, for 2F-3R Float Valve, 10’, 3-1/2 API Reg. Box S-281861 Flex Sub, A475, for 2F-3R Float Valve, 4’, 3-1/2 API Reg. Box S-287663 Flex Sub, A475, for 3F Float Valve, 10’, 3-1/2 API IF Box S-281862 Flex Sub, A475, for 3F Float Valve, 4’, 3-1/2 API IF Box S-287665 Flex Sub, A675, for 4R Float Valve, 10’, 4-1/2 API Reg. Box S-281707 Flex Sub, A675, for 4R Float Valve, 5’, 4-1/2 API Reg. Box S-287664 Flex Sub, A675, for 5R Float Valve, 10’, 4-1/2 API IF Box S-281708 Flex Sub, A675, for 5R Float Valve, 5’, 4-1/2 API IF Box T1035792 Flex Sub, Non-mag, A675, for 5R Float Valve, 5’ long, 4-1/2 API IF Box S-300721 Flex Sub, A700, for 4R Float Valve, 5’, 4-1/2 API Reg. Box S-300726 Flex Sub, A700, for 5R Float Valve, 5’, 4-1/2 API IF Box S-281685 Flex Sub, A800, for 5F-6R Float Valve, 5’, 6-5/8 API Reg. Box S-281863 Flex Sub, A800, for 5R Float Valve, 5’, 5-1/2 API Reg. Box S-287666 Flex Sub, A962, for 5F-6R Float Valve, 10’, 6-5/8 API Reg. Box S-287667 Flex Sub, A962, for 5F-6R Float Valve, 10’, 7-5/8 API Reg. Box S-281864 Flex Sub, A962, for 5F-6R Float Valve, 5’, 6-5/8 API Reg. Box S-281761 Flex Sub, A962, for 5F-6R Float Valve, 5’, 7-5/8 API Reg. Box T1035676 Flex Sub, A1125, for 5F-6R Float Valve, 5’ long, 7-5/8 API Reg. Box Table 1-10 Part Number Kits Description S-281912 S-293908 Rotor Profile Gauge Kit (most common sizes) S-293935 Cost Stator Elastomer Mud Test Kit Rotor Measuring Kit (Micrometer and extensions Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 46. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 1-11 Motor Size A213 XP SP A238 XP XP SP XP A287 SP SP AD XF A313 XF SP GT A350 SP SP A375 XF XF SP HS SP XP A475 GT SP XP XF AD A500 GT HS SP SP A625 XP SP XP A650 GT SP XP HS SP A675 XP SP XP AD GT A700 HF GT HF SP 7-3/4" SP A800 SP 8-1/4" SP XP GT SP XP SP HS SP A962 XP GT SP XP GT A1125 SP GT Stator Lobes Stages RM100D Std. Size 5:6 5:6 5:6 5:6 5:6 5:6 7:8 7:8 7:8 7:8 7:8 5:6 5:6 4:5 7:8 7:8 7:8 1:2 2:3 4:5 4:5 5:6 7:8 7:8 7:8 7:8 5:6 5:6 1:2 4:5 4:5 7:8 7:8 5:6 1:2 2:3 2:3 4:5 4:5 7:8 7:8 7:8 5:6 5:6 7:8 7:8 4:5 7:8 1:2 4:5 4:5 4:5 7:8 7:8 1:2 2:3 3:4 3:4 3:4 5:6 5:6 7:8 3:4 7:8 6.0 S-281786 2.5 S-281725 3.2 S-300631 5.2 S-277998 3.3 S-277602 7.0 S-281870 3.2 S-277634 3.7 S-300684 2.0 S-291378 2.0 S-291087 2.9 S-293913 3.5 S-300532 5.2 T1035881 5.0 S-277641 3.0 S-277664 2.0 S-287760 3.5 S-287782 3.0 S-273245 10.5 S-300936 3.5 S-273134 6.0 S-273247 8.3 S-297233 2.2 S-273136 3.8 S-287529 2.0 S-287771 2.0 S-281655 8.3 S-300857 5.2 S-300757 4.0 S-291294 4.3 S-277844 7.5 S-281530 2.8 S-277882 4.8 S-297036 8.2 T1035647 4.0 S-272960 8.0 S-297253 10.7 S-300959 4.8 S-272934 7.0 S-277649 3.0 S-272936 5.0 S-281872 2.0 S-281652 8.2 S-300616 5.8 S-300615 6.6 S-300574 4.6 S-300573 3.6 S-293234 3.0 S-287758 4.0 S-275660 3.6 S-272604 5.3 S-277706 8.2 T1035708 3.0 S-272606 4.0 S-281874 5.0 S-275760 9.2 S-300553 4.5 S-272834 6.0 S-277708 8.0 S-300987 3.0 S-272836 4.0 S-281876 4.8 S-297294 3.6 S-273424 4.8 S-297464 PPAK 38 of 102 Power Sections with Part Numbers Stator RM100D Std. Size Non-Mag Stator RM100D Oversize S-291496 S-293052 S-293253 S-293254 S-293057 S-293053 S-293060 S-291271 S-291447 S-281963 S-293255 S-277678 S-293256 S-277684 S-293061 S-293065 S-291449 S-293067 S-293069 S-291405 S-293921 S-300534 S-293257 S-293070 S-291464 S-293074 S-293079 S-293094 S-293099 S-293235 S-293236 S-293237 S-293238 S-277690 S-291466 S-277696 S-293075 S-293258 S-293080 S-293261 S-293095 S-293262 S-293100 S-300990 S-273228 S-293105 S-273277 S-293033 S-293110 S-297228 S-297241 S-273229 S-293120 S-287530 T1035913 S-293125 S-293263 S-293130 S-293264 S-293135 S-300858 S-300853 S-293265 S-293272 S-293008 S-293273 S-293266 S-293274 S-293267 S-293275 S-293239 S-293268 S-293104 S-293109 S-293119 S-293124 S-293129 S-293134 S-293240 S-293241 S-293242 S-293243 S-293244 S-293245 S-293246 S-293352 S-293353 S-293385 S-293386 S-293388 S-293247 S-293248 S-293249 S-293250 S-293251 S-293252 T1035583 S-275834 S-277654 S-275836 S-287961 S-293269 S-300668 S-300667 S-300674 S-300673 S-293270 S-291320 S-293387 S-272504 S-277743 T1035767 S-272506 S-293351 S-293271 S-272534 S-277737 S-300999 S-272536 S-293012 S-297296 S-293665 Stator RM100D Double Oversize Stator RM100D Oversize Non-Mag S-293276 S-293277 S-293278 S-293279 S-293280 S-293281 S-293282 S-293283 S-293389 S-293390 S-293391 S-293392 S-293393 S-293284 S-293285 S-293286 S-293287 S-293288 S-293289 Rotor Chrome S-281787 S-281726 S-300632 S-277997 S-273404 S-281871 S-277633 S-300687 S-291379 S-291086 S-291403 S-300533 T0135882 S-277572 S-277665 S-287761 S-287783 S-273275 S-300935 S-277806 S-281630 S-297227 S-277658 S-287944 S-287772 S-281802 S-297227 S-300758 S-291295 S-277846 S-281543 S-277884 S-297037 S-283748 S-272961 S-297254 S-300960 S-272935 S-277647 S-272937 S-281873 S-281792 S-283748 S-283758 S-300572 S-300571 S-272605 S-272607 S-275661 S-272605 S-277707 T1035709 S-272607 S-281875 S-275761 S-300665 S-272835 S-277709 S-300988 S-272837 S-293919 S-297437 S-273423 S-297437 Rotor Chrome Non-Mag Rotor Chrome Undersize Rotor Tungsten Carbide Rotor Rotor NonTungsten Rotor NonPlated Carbide Plated Undersize Undersize S-291498 S-293056 S-293427 S-293428 S-293513 S-293515 S-293542 S-293543 S-293587 S-293588 S-293620 S-293621 S-293064 S-291283 S-291446 S-281962 S-293429 S-293430 S-293431 S-293432 S-293516 S-293517 S-293518 S-293519 S-293544 S-293545 S-293546 S-293547 S-293589 S-293590 S-293591 S-293592 S-293622 S-293623 S-293624 S-293625 S-293073 S-291409 S-291406 S-300535 S-293433 S-293520 S-293548 S-293593 S-293626 S-291463 S-293078 S-293083 S-293098 S-293103 S-293434 S-293435 S-293436 S-293439 S-293440 S-293521 S-293522 S-293523 S-293526 S-293527 S-293550 S-293549 S-293552 S-293555 S-293556 S-293594 S-293595 S-293596 S-293599 S-293600 S-293627 S-293628 S-293629 S-293632 S-293633 S-293108 S-293113 S-293441 S-293006 S-287786 S-287876 S-293558 S-293557 S-293347 S-293348 S-293634 S-293635 S-293123 S-293128 S-293133 S-293138 S-293444 S-293445 S-293446 S-293447 S-287877 S-287888 S-293529 S-293530 S-293560 S-293561 S-293562 S-293563 S-293025 S-293602 S-293603 S-293604 S-293637 S-293638 S-293639 S-293640 S-293404 S-293405 S-293406 S-293407 S-293448 S-293449 S-293450 S-293451 S-293531 S-293532 S-293533 S-293534 S-293564 S-293565 S-293566 S-293567 S-293605 S-293606 S-293607 S-293608 S-293641 S-293642 S-293643 S-293644 S-293408 S-293452 S-297260 T1035584 S-293453 S-291286 S-293454 S-293179 S-293455 S-293535 S-293568 S-293609 S-293645 S-287787 S-287878 S-287879 S-287880 S-293536 S-293569 S-293570 S-293571 S-293572 S-293573 S-293021 S-293023 S-293022 S-293024 S-293610 S-293646 S-293647 S-293648 S-293649 S-293650 S-300722 S-300679 S-293409 S-293410 S-293411 S-293412 S-293413 S-293417 S-293419 S-293416 S-293417 S-293418 S-293459 S-293460 S-293458 S-293459 S-293350 S-287788 S-287882 S-293539 S-287788 S-287881 S-293577 S-293579 S-293576 S-293577 S-293578 S-293020 S-293019 S-293613 S-293020 S-293614 S-293654 S-293656 S-293653 S-293654 S-293655 S-293419 S-293420 S-293421 S-293460 S-293461 S-293462 S-287882 S-287883 S-293540 S-293579 S-293580 S-293581 S-293019 S-293615 S-293616 S-293656 S-293657 S-293658 S-293422 S-293423 S-293463 S-293464 S-287884 S-287885 S-293582 S-293583 S-293617 S-293618 S-293659 S-293660 S-293424 S-293425 S-293465 S-293918 S-297295 S-293466 S-287886 S-293917 S-293584 S-293585 S-293172 S-293931 S-293661 S-293662 S-293541 S-293586 S-293619 S-293663 S-293426 Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: J. Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 47. A1125M A962M A800M A700M A675M A500M A475M Motor Type Page: Section: 39 of 102 PPAK N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A S-293736 S-293736 N/A N/A S-293736 S-293736 Part Modified Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization. Formatted by: J. Crowther Equipment Manager, Anadrill N/A 5-7/8 5-7/8 5-7/8 5-7/8 N/A 8-3/8 9-3/8 8-3/8 9-3/8 N/A 12-1/8 N/A N/A 12-1/8 12-1/8 N/A N/A Gauge Size Schematic of Rotating Near-Bit Stabilizer Assembly InTouch Coordinator Figure 1-2. Drive Shaft: Sleeve Type Spiral Sleeve Type Spiral Sleeve Type Spiral (same as A475) Sleeve Type Spiral (same as A475) Drive Shaft: New Sleeve Type Spiral New Sleeve Type Spiral Sleeve Type Spiral (same as A675) Sleeve Type Spiral (same as A675) Drive Shaft: Threaded Bearing New Sleeve Type Spiral Drive Shaft, 6-5/8 API Reg. Drive Shaft, 7-5/8 API Reg. Sleeve Type Spiral Sleeve Type Spiral, Heavy Duty, Tiled Drive Shaft: 6-5/8” Reg Box Drive Shaft, 7-5/8 API Reg. Prepared by: R. Fontenot S-291362 S-291411 S-291355 S-291411 S-291355 S-291000 S-291027 S-293920 S-291027 S-293920 S-293733 S-291429 S-293737 S-293738 S-291473 T1035777 S-293737 S-293738 Part Number Advanced Drilling Systems 2001 Equipment Guidelines RNB Stabilizers and Extended Drive Shaft Part Numbers 05-Jan-2001 AA Table 1-12 Date: Revision: N/A 5 Spiral 3 Spiral 5 Spiral 3 Spiral N/A 5 Spiral 5-Spiral 5 Spiral 5 Spiral N/A 5 Spiral N/A N/A 5 Spiral 5 Spiral N/A N/A Blade Type
  • 48. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 1-13 Motor Size PPAK 41 of 102 Rotating Near Bit Stabilizer Subs for PowerPak Motors Connections Part Number Length L 5 7/8” 3 1/2 API Reg. S-291092 12” 5 15/16” 3 1/2 API Reg. S-293209 12” 6” 3 1/2 API Reg. S-293140 12” 8 1/4” 4 1/2 API Reg. S-293211 12” 8 3/8” 4 1/2 API Reg. S-293141 12” 8 7/16” 4 1/2 API Reg. S-293210 12” 9 7/16 4 1/2 API Reg. S-293940 12” 12 1/8” 6-5/8 Reg. Pin X 6-5/8 Reg Box S-293213 16” 12 3/16” 6-5/8 Reg. Pin X 6-5/8 Reg Box S-293212 16” 12 1/8” 7-5/8”Reg. Pin X 6-5/8”Reg. Box S-293734 16” 14-3/8” 7-5/8 Reg. Pin X 6-5/8 Reg. Box S-297359 16” 14-5/8” 7-5/8 Reg. Pin X 6-5/8 Reg. Box S-297358 16” 16-3/8” 7-5/8 Reg. Pin X 6-5/8 Reg. Box S-297344 16” 17 1/4” 7-5/8”Reg. Pin X 7-5/8”Reg. Box S-293735 18” 18-3/8” 7-5/8 Reg. Pin X 6-5/8 Reg. Box S-297343 18” 21-15/16 A475, A500 Stabilizer Sub 7-5/8 Reg. Pin X 8-5/8” Reg. Box S-297447 24.5” A675, A700 A825, A962 A962 - A1125 1. All subs have 5 spiral blades. L Figure 1-3. Schematic for Rotating Near Bit Stabilizer Subs. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 49. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Short Radius 43 of 102 2. Short Radius Drilling 2.1 Highlights Anadrill’s Short Radius service utilizes a unique set of tools for drilling high build rate curves. This service includes custom designed motors for directional drilling and SlimPulse MWD (or wireline steering tool), with optional gamma ray, for real-time measurement and control of the drilling assemblies. Short Radius is defined as curves with build rates from 40 deg/100ft to 1.5 deg/ft . This equates to curves with radii from 143 ft to 40 ft. Another definition of short radius is any curve requiring articulated tools to drill. Anadrill has defined short radius as any curve from a 40ft radius and larger that has to be drilled with articulated motors. There are two versions of the short radius motor, the XF and the XC. The XF is fully articulated, able to pass through casing easily, and can achieve the highest BUR’s. It needs special handling equipment, has to be calibrated, and requires special DD training. The XC has a 0-4° adjustable bend in place of the lower articulation, needs no special equipment, is not calibrated and needs no special DD training but cannot achieve the BUR’s of the XF. The XC’s ability to pass through small ID casing is limited by the high bit offset. The XC retains the upper articulation to define the third touch point and prevent bending moments above the motor from affecting the power section. Table 2-1 Motor OD Short Radius Motor Specifications 4 3/4” 3 ¾” 3 3/4” XF & XC XF XC Minimum Design Radius 70 ft 40 ft 70 ft Maximum Build Rate 82 ° / 100 ft 143 ° / 100 ft 82 ° / 100 ft Flow Rate 100-250 gpm 130-190 gpm 130-190 gpm Motor Speed 100-260 rpm 200-300 rpm 200-300 rpm Operating Pressure 250 psi 250 psi 250 psi Operating Torque 575 ft-lbs 290 ft-lbs 290 ft-lbs 2.2 XF Tool Details Anadrill’s XF short radius motor design is based on the existing PowerPak line. Modifications have been made to the stabilization, the length of the bearing assembly, and the design of the power section. Articulations, or knuckle joints, above and below the power section allow the motor assembly to pass through the high dog-legs and straight casing while leaving the motor sections straight. The articulations do not affect the build up rate (BUR) of the tool. Prepared by: W. Askew Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 50. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Short Radius 44 of 102 The BUR, or radius of curvature (ROC), is determined by three points of contact: the bit, near-bit stabilizer, and lower pad. This theoretical curve is adjusted primarily by shimming the lower pad, although the near-bit stabilizer diameter and bit diameter and length also have an effect. More lower pad shims decrease the BUR, fewer shims increase it. The Calibration Program spreadsheet software predicts the theoretical BUR vs. the number of shims used. The top pad is shimmed until the diameter across the lower and top pads is just under hole size to stabilize the points of contact. These two pads act like an eccentrically adjustable stabilizer. In cases with BUR’s less than 82°/100’ the same motor used to drill the curve can be reconfigured at surface to drill the lateral section. For higher curve section BUR’s a build motor with a higher fixed bend is used, followed by a lateral motor with a smaller fixed bend. The smaller fixed bend allows the stator section to pass through the high BUR curve to drill lower doglegs in the lateral. The short radius motor is also compatible with surface drill string rotation for steerable control in the lateral. Surface drill string rotation depends on the dogleg severity in the curve and the drill string design. All these factors must be carefully considered prior to rotating the drill string. The near bit stabilizer is positioned very close to the bit on the drive sub. The near bit stabilizer is replaceable and rotates with the bit. This eliminates the problems associated with drilling step profiles common with highly offset motors. An articulation bumper between the lower articulation housing and the offset housing permits bending towards the tool face only. This stiffens the motor sideways for better directional control. Figure 2-1 XF Articulated Motor Features The PowerPak XF articulated motor is capable of drilling 40 ft radius curves. The build pads are easily reconfigured in the field to adjust the build rate. The 475XF is illustrated above. The articulation bumpers are not shown. Prepared by: W. Askew Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 51. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Short Radius 45 of 102 2.3 XC Tool Details Anadrill’s XC short radius motor design is very similar to the XF except there is no near bit stabilizer and the fixed bend and lower articulation are replaced by a 0-4° surface adjustable bend. The power section, upper articulation, float valve housing, and UBHO are identical to the XF’s. The BUR of the XC system is determined by three points of contact: the bit, kick pad, and top articulation. This is very similar to a normal steerable motor except that the articulation defines the upper touch point very accurately as opposed to a normal slick steerable assembly where the third point of contact can vary considerably with WOB and stiffness differences above the motor. The BUR’s can be calculated for different kick pad heights and hole diameters using the Dogleg Prediction Program. This Excel Spreadsheet program can be acquired from SOPHIA. Figure 2-2 XC Articulated Motor Features The PowerPak XC motor has a 0°-4° surface adjustable bend and is capable of drilling 65-70 ft radius curves. The 375XC illustrated above. Prepared by: W. Askew Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 52. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Short Radius 46 of 102 2.4 General Equipment List 2.4.1 PXMM-DA 4-3/4” XF Short Radius Articulated Motor Two versions of the 4 3/4” short radius motor are available…standard and tandem. Part Number Description S-273399 A475XF Articulated Drilling Motor, mud-lubricated, 4 3/4" diameter, consisting of: UBHO, 2F-3R float valve housing, 7:8 2.0 stage power section, 1.5° fixed bend, bearing section and articulations. A475XFT Tandem Power Section Articulated Drilling Motor, same as S-273399 with two power sections and additional articulation and transmission. S-281885 Cost Required Equipment: S-282322 N/a S-277954 S-293795 (See Options Below) S-281823 S-281824 P-096107 (In SOPHIA) AFM 610100 SHARP Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (refer to SHARP MWD Equipment Guidelines) SlimPulse Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (To be released soon, Contact MWD Eng.) 4 3/4" Non-Mag Flex Collar, 30 feet Articulation Bumper Kit Stabilizer Sleeve, Pad and Shims Kit Shop Tool Kit (calibration tools) Rig Tool Kit (special handling tools), includes Tool Service Kit S-281828 (hand tools) Maintenance Manual 475XF Calibration Software Short Radius UOP Manual Options: Housings S-281992 Power Sections Stator S-287771 Rotor S-287772 Pad Kits S-281822 S-281825 S-291011 Float Valve Housing 3F (optional) Refer to Table 1-11 in the Power Pak Motors Equipment Guidelines for options 8 Lobes, 2.0 stages, RM 100 standard elastomer, standard size (standard) 7 Lobes, 2.0 stages, chrome (standard) At least one of the following is required: 6-1/8” Sleeve, Pads and Shims Kit 6” Sleeve, Pads and Shims Kit 5-7/8” Sleeve, Pads and Shims Kit Materials and Supplies: S-273190 S-281789 S-281952 S-281706 S-293795 S-281821 S-287752 S-281535 Lift Sub, 3 1/2" IF Pin (2 are in the Rig Kit) 4 3/4" Non-Mag Flex Collar, 8.5 feet Tandem Motor Conversion Kit Thrust Bearing Kit Articulation Bumper Kit Initial Inventory Kit for 2 Motors Ring Gage Kit for 6-1/8”, 6”, and 5-7/8” Bits (1 is in the Rig Kit) Pad Radius Gage for 6-1/8”, 6”, and 5-7/8” Pads (1 is in the Rig Kit) Prepared by: W. Askew Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 53. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Short Radius 47 of 102 2.4.2 PXMC-DA 4-3/4” XC Short Radius Articulated Motor The 4 3/4” XC comes with three kick pads of various heights to maximize BUR and stator length for 5 7/8”, 6”, and 6 1/8” holes. Part Number S-293224 Description Cost A475XC Articulated Drilling Motor, mud-lubricated, 4 3/4" diameter, consisting of: UBHO, float valve housing, articulation, stator, rotor, 0-4° SAB w/3 kick pads for 5 7/8”, 6” or 6 1/8” hole, and bearing section. Required Equipment: S-282322 N/A S-277954 P-096107 AFM 610100 SHARP Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (refer to SHARP MWD Equipment Guidelines) SlimPulse Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (To be released soon, Contact MWD Eng.) 4 3/4" Non-Mag Flex Collar, 30 feet Maintenance Manual Short Radius UOP Manual Options: Top Subs S-281992 Power Section Stator S-287771 Rotor S-287772 Float Valve Housing 3F (optional) Refer to Table 1-11 in the Power Pak Motors Equipment Guidelines for options 8 Lobes, 2.0 stages, RM 100 standard elastomer, standard size (standard) 7 Lobes, 2.0 stages, chrome (standard) Materials and Supplies: S-273190 S-281789 S-281706 S-281821 S-293216 S-293217 S-293218 Lift Sub, 3 1/2" IF Pin (2 are in Rig Kit) 4 3/4" Non-Mag Flex Collar, 8.5 feet Thrust Bearing Kit Initial Inventory Kit for 2 Motors Adjusting Ring, .80 for 6-1/8” hole Adjusting Ring, .67 for 6” hole Adjusting Ring, .50 for 5-7/8” hole Prepared by: W. Askew Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 54. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Short Radius 48 of 102 2.4.3 PXMM-CA 3-3/4” XF Short Radius Articulated Motor Two options are available for the 3 3/4” XF Short Radius motor. Part Number S-287800 S-293721 Description Cost A375XF Articulated Drilling Motor with 1 deg. fixed bend, mud-lubricated, 3 3/4" A375XF Articulated Drilling Motor with 1.7 deg. fixed bend, mud-lubricated, 3 3/4" Required Equipment: S-282322 SHARP Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (refer to SHARP MWD Equipment Guidelines) N/A S-281754 S-297174 (See Options Below) S-287500 S-287501 P-096107 (In SOPHIA) AFM 610100 SlimPulse Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (To be released soon, Contact MWD Eng.) 3 1/2” Non-Mag Flex Collar, 30 feet Articulation Bumper Kit Stabilizer Sleeve, Pad and Shims Kit Shop Tool Kit (calibration tools) Rig Tool Kit (special handling tools), includes Tool Service Kit S-281828 (hand tools) Maintenance Manual 375XF Calibration Software Short Radius UOP Manual Options: Power Sections Stator S-287760 Rotor S-287761 Pad Kits S-287718 S-291427 S-287719 Refer to Table 1-11 in the Power Pak Motors Equipment Guidelines for options 8 Lobes, 2.0 stages, RM 100 standard elastomer, standard size (standard) 7 Lobes, 2.0 stages, chrome (standard) At least one of the following is required: 4-3/4” Stabilizer Sleeve, Pad and Shims Kit 4-1/2” Stabilizer Sleeve, Pad and Shims Kit for 2 7/8” Reg Drive Shaft 4-1/2” Stabilizer Sleeve, Pad and Shims Kit for 2 3/8” Reg Drive Shaft Materials and Supplies: S-287502 S-281755 S-287857 S-297174 S-291310 S-287753 S-281756 Lift Sub, 2.812-6 V055 pin (2 are in the Rig Kit) 3-1/2” Non-Mag Flex Collar, 8 feet Thrust Bearing Kit Articulation Bumper Kit Initial Inventory Kit for 2 Motors Ring Gage Kit for 4-3/4” and 4-1/2” Bits (1 is in the Rig Kit) Pad Radius Gage for 4-3/4” and 4-1/2” Pads (1 is in the Rig Kit) Prepared by: W. Askew Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 55. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: 2.4.4 PXMC-CA Short Radius 49 of 102 3-3/4” XC Short Radius Articulated Motor Two versions of the 3 3/4” short radius XC motor are available. One for 4 3/4” hole and one for 4 1/2” hole. The only difference is the kick pad height. Part Number Description S-291391 A375XC Articulated Drilling Motor, mud-lubricated, 3 3/4" diameter with .26 kick pad for 4 3/4” hole, consisting of: UBHO, float valve housing, articulation, stator, rotor, 04° SAB, and bearing section. A375XC Articulated Drilling Motor, mud-lubricated, 3 3/4" diameter with .18 kick pad for 4 1/2” hole, consisting of: UBHO, float valve housing, articulation, stator, rotor, 04° SAB, and bearing section. S-291392 Cost Required Equipment: S-282322 N/A P-096107 AFM 610100 SHARP Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (refer to SHARP MWD Equipment Guidelines) SlimPulse Ultra Short Radius Pulser Kit (To be released soon, Contact MWD Eng.) Maintenance Manual Short Radius UOP Manual Options: Power Sections Stator S-287760 Rotor S-287761 Drive Shaft S-291489 Refer to Table 1-11 in the Power Pak Motors Equipment Guidelines for options 8 Lobes, 2.0 stages, RM 100 standard elastomer, standard size (standard) 7 Lobes, 2.0 stages, chrome (standard) 2 3/8” API Reg Drive Shaft (standard is 2 7/8” API Reg) Materials and Supplies: S-287502 S-281755 S-287857 S-291310 S-291493 S-291492 Lift Sub, 2.812-6 V055 pin (2 are in Rig Kit) 3 1/2" Non-Mag Flex Collar, 8 feet Thrust Bearing Kit Initial Inventory Kit for 2 Motors .26 Kick Pad for 4 3/4” hole .18 Kick Pad for 4 1/2” hole Prepared by: W. Askew Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 56. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 51 of 102 3. 6 3/4” Geo-Steering Tool 3.1 Highlights The 6.75 inch GeoSteering Tool™ (GST) is based on a standard mud–lubricated Anadrill steerable down–hole motor with the addition of a 4 ft. long near–bit measurement sub (NBS). It also includes an instrumented fixed bent housing integrated between the motor bearing section and the surface adjustable bent housing. The fixed bend is located at a distance of 5 ft. from the bit face and is currently available in angles of 0.75°, 1.25°, and 1.5°. The NBS is an oil-contained unit that carries the drive shaft in its center for the transmission of mechanical energy delivered from the power section above to the motor bearing section and the bit below. The NBS is a self-contained multi-sensor assembly that provides toroidal bit resistivity, lateral arc resistivity, gamma ray, inclination, tool face, and motor RPM information. Measurements are made at a distance of 2.5 to 8 ft. from the bit face. The NBS uses wireless telemetry (E-mag) to communicate with a Receiver sub (RCV) or RAB above the power section so that no direct wiring through the motor or other drill string components is needed. The RCV or RAB communicates with the MWD tool higher in the drill–string through the LTB. The NBS instrumentation is powered by lithium battery cells. The RCV is powered directly from MWD through the LTB. With each start up of the pumping cycle, the NBS will transmit its survey data (inclination, gravity tool face, total G., and battery voltage) to complement the survey data from the MWD tool. The NBS then enters drilling mode where it transmits bit and arc resistivity, gamma ray, and RPM data. The bit resistivity measurement is capable of operating in all types of mud, whereas the arc resistivity is accurate only in conductive environments. The gamma ray measurement is not affected by any kind of mud system, but requires a small geometric borehole correction. With M3 and M10 (PowerPulse) service, the GST offers formation logging capability during wash–down jobs in an azimuthal referencing mode with reduced surface RPM. Resistivity and gamma ray data from the GST can then be correlated to the sensor orientation with respect to the GST tool-face measurement to provide resistivity up/down data and gamma ray up/down data for GeoSteering purposes. Version 6.0 of GST downhole software allows for running the RAB tool in combination with the GST. This brings several benefits while GeoSteering: • Obtain a lateral style resistivity and images on GST runs • Eliminates the Receiver Sub from the BHA • Easy to use azimuthal measurements for up/down steering decisions • Add the dimension of Real-Time Dip to GST runs Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 57. Revision: AA Section: 05-Jan-2001 Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 52 of 102 If a RAB / GST combination run is planned, contact SPC-Engineering for current downhole software compatibility. The RCV must have version 3.4F or higher when used with GST software v6.0. Operation and testing in this configuration is also much different than the standard GST/RCV operation. Refer to the latest operating guidelines from engineering for details. Rotor Housing Stator Fixed 0.75˚ or 1.25˚ Bend 0 - 3˚ Bend Dump valve Surface-adjustable bent housing Power section Figure 3-1 Sensor and bearing section 6 3/4” Geo-Steering Tool ADJUSTABLE BENT HOUSING (ABH) (NORMALLY STRAIGHT) DUMP VALVE – or – XOVER STATOR ADAPTOR KICK PAD OFFSET HOUSING 675M4548 675M4548 LOBE CONFIGURATION ROTOR & STATOR POWER SECTION REFERENCE ABH OFFSET HOUSING NEAR BIT SUB (NBS) NBS SERIAL NO. FLAT FOR TEST MAGNET NBS COVER PLATE E-MAG TRANSMITTER Figure 3-2 FIXED BENT HOUSING (NORMALLY .75 DEG) TRANSMITTER ANTENNA INSULATOR MARK FOR UP-SIDE OF GST BEARING ASS’Y BIT BOX BEND DEGREE POWERPAK LABEL SERIAL NO. RESISTIVITY SENSOR INSULATOR NEAR-BIT STABILIZER 6 3/4” GST Configuration Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 58. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 53 of 102 3.2 GST/NBS Specifications Table 3-1 GST Mechanical Specifications General Definition GST = NBSA Kit + 6.75" PowerPak Nominal dimension 6.75" Mechanical Specifications NBS geometry Box down sub Initial length 4.5 ft (2.5" recut length on each end) Diameter 6.75" OD at box 7.00" OD on top 7.50" OD bulge to support toroidal sensor Material NBS Non-mag PowerPak Alloy steel Bent–housing and stabilizer Lower Bent–Housing 0.75°, 1.25°, or 1.5° Fixed Upper Bent–Housing 0° to 3° Rig Adjustable Stabilizers Standard 6 3/4" PowerPak options Dog-leg Severity The GST can be used in sliding or rotary mode when the bent housings generate a bit offset less than 2.2" Maximum dogleg for sliding 16°/100 ft (infinite life) CAUTION The GeoSteering Tool should never be rotated or held with bend facing opposite to the curve while being in dog-leg section above 12°/100 ft Connections and cross–over subs Upper connection (dump valve / crossover) 4 1/2" Reg, IF, XH, or H90 Lower connection (bit box) 4 1/2" Reg or 6 5/8" Reg (motor options) CAUTION It is not recommended to install a cross–over below the GST. Any additional length will significantly reduce the life expectancy of the radial bearings. The risk of “hanging” is increased owing to the additional bit offset. If it must be used, the cross–over must be shorter than 10 inches. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 59. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 54 of 102 Drilling parameters Hole Size 8 3/8" to 9 7/8" Maximum external pressure 15,000 psi Maximum temperature: 150°C for electronics and lithium batteries. (May be limited by motor stator material) Hydraulics, torque, power section Refer to the PowerPak UOP (T1035807) for details on the specifications and limitations of the PowerPak motor. Flow erosion is of special concern with the long drive shaft in the GST, try to keep flow rate to less than 600 gpm. Both XP and SP power sections can be used with the GST so long as the guidelines in TIR#7 are followed. Lithium battery specifications Installation only at the shop during motor assembly 16 cells total (2 batteries per candle, 4 candles connected in series in 2 sets, sets connected in parallel) Protected by diodes and fuses Maximum temperature 150 °C Nom. tool life while flowing Approx 200 hours, but will depend on the update rate set for transmission. Refer to Battery Pack Capacity Worksheet (TIR19) Excel sheet available in SOPHIA Battery life optimization: Mechanical battery switch for tool storage. 6 month storage life (battery switch in OFF position) Flow switch The GST is in stand-by mode when flow is stopped Power management system Operates when the tool is “on” Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 60. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 3-2 CTD 55 of 102 Measurement Specifications 3 gravity sensors Down-hole calculation of inclination, tool face and G value Survey type measurement at flow restart (as with MWD) Gravity Survey Tool Inclination Range Accuracy Distance from the bit box Tool Face Range 0° to 125° 0.2° (at 2 sigma) 8.6 ft –180° to 180° Gamma-ray Measurement Gamma–ray detector Range Sensitivity (typical) Calibration Accuracy Resolution Azimuthal focusing Window time for integration Distance from the bit box PMT + crystal, gross count, focused system 0 to 250 API 1 cps ≈ 4.5 API units stored in NBS configuration file 10% 5% for 100 API at 100 ft/hr 5 to 1 10 sec 7.9 ft RPM Measurement Drilling optimization through improved WOB control, avoiding motor stalling. Also used to optimize battery life by turning off tool with no RPM present. Average and minimum RPM values are given by the tool Range Accuracy 0 to 512 rpm 1 rpm Bit Resistivity in water-based mud Range Accuracy Vertical resolution Depth of investigation Distance from bit box to point of measurement (mid point) 0.2 to 2000 Ohm-M 5% for resistivity below 200 Ohm-M 10% for resistivity above 200 Ohm-M Typically 4.5 ft 18 inches Typically 2.0 ft ARC resistivity in water-based mud Range Accuracy Vertical resolution Depth of investigation Sensor distance from bit box 0.2 to 200 Ohm-M 10% 4 inches typically (sensor) 12 inches 4.0 ft Telemetry specifications and limitations Telemetry modes Theoretical capability: E-mag or bi–directional 2000 Ohm-m × 150 feet in WBM 200 Ohm-m × 150 feet in OBM Repeat of survey frame transmission (5 times maximum) No repeat of frames while in drilling mode. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 61. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 56 of 102 3.2.1 GST / NBS General Equipment List The GST is available as a complete tool as indicated below or can be retrofitted into an existing A675M PowerPak. Table 3-3 File Code Complete 6 3/4” Geo-steering Tool Part Number Description GSTA-CBB S-264820 GeoSteering Tool 6-3/4", includes motor, 0.75° bent housing NBS GSTA-CBC S-278100 GeoSteering Tool 6-3/4", includes motor, 1.25° bent housing NBS GSTA-CBD S-278101 GeoSteering Tool 6-3/4", includes motor, 1.5° bent housing NBS The Near-Bit Sensor Sub can also be specified for retrofitting into an existing motor: Table 3-4 File Code Part Number NBS Options Description NBSA-CBB S-278061 Near-Bit Sensor Sub with 0.75° bent housing NBSA-CBC S-278102 Near-Bit Sensor Sub with 1.25° bent housing NBSA-CBD S-278103 Near-Bit Sensor Sub with 1.5° bent housing Only the multi-lobe configured A675M PowerPak is available for the GST. Table 3-5 Standard Motor Configuration Part Number Description S-272952 A675M PowerPak multi-lobe steerable motor, mud lubricated, S-272949 Dump valve, 4 1/2" Reg box S-272934 5 lobe stator, RM 100 standard elastomer and standard size S-272935 4 lobe rotor, (goes only with 5 lobe stator) S-272951 Bearing housing threaded for sleeve stabilizer, 4 1/2" Reg bit box The following configuration is offered as standard: For other configurations, refer to the GST master order. Table 3-6 Part Number P-600004 GST M&S Items Description GeoSteering Tool (GSTA-CB*) Repair and Maintenance Manual (3 volume set) S-278598 GeoSteering Tool (GSTA-CB*) Operations Manual S-272790 Thrust bearing kit for A675M motor H350963 High Capacity Lithium Battery (8 in each battery pack) H350933 Insulator for High Capacity battery. S-264950 6.75" GST Tools. This document lists GST repair and maintenance tools. S-264635 Assembly procedure for lithium battery pack S-278018 Recommended Shelf Items for 6.75" GSTB-CBB. A list of recommended spare parts for the GST. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 62. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 57 of 102 3.3 RCV-CA 6 3/4” Receiver Sub The Receiver sub (RCV-CA) is currently available in a 6-3/4" size. Its main function is as a real time communication link between the GST or RAB and MWD. Data is communicated uphole from the GST/RAB via E-mag telemetry. This data is then passed on to MWD via LTB communication. The RCV is compatible with M3 or PowerPulse but cannot be used with the M1 telemetry cartridge. The upper end of the RCV is equipped with a MEXU-BA extender. The lower end is designed to simulate the bottom end of the M10. It is recommended that a saver sub be used below the RCV if a Non-mag collar is to be screwed into this end. The RCV sub comes equipped with an 8" screw on Non-mag straight blade stabilizer. This stabilizer is compatible with the PowerPak screw on stabilizer, but it is recommended to use a Non-mag version if possible. The alloy steel stabilizers may have some adverse effects on the D&I sensors in MWD. Changing the stabilizer on site is not recommended, but can be done if the proper tools are present. Connecting to M10 With IWOB The RCV sub has a unique design that eliminates the need for a saver sub when connecting directly below M10. The RCV is designed to be made up directly to the M10 collar (without the Saver sub). When this is done, the lower M10 extender must be replaced with a standard female extender for LTB communication to the RCV. If CDR is being run below the RCV sub the lower M10 saver sub (MSSA-BA) is then to be used below the RCV in combination with the lower M10 extender (MEXD-AA). Connecting to M10 Without IWOB The standard lower saver sub and extender must be used on the bottom end of M10 in the absence of a special length LTB extender. It is also recommended that a saver sub be used between the RCV and CDR if this connection is to be made up on the rig. The use of this sub will require a lower M10 extender (MEXD-AA). Connecting to M3 The RCV sub is made up to M3 using a LSS-BA or LSS-BB Saver sub. If CDR is run below the RCV sub a Saver sub (MSSA-BA) should be used in combination with the lower M10 extender (MEXD-AA). It is not recommended to connect CDR directly into the RCV sub unless it is done in the shop. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 63. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 3-7 58 of 102 RCV Special Equipment Part Number P-092115 S-264866 S-278527 S-278524 S-278554 S-266516 S-278548 S-275846 S-275845 S-275849 S-275865 S-275854 S-275866 CTD Description Receiver Sub Maintenance Manual Bulkhead removal tool 4-Pin housing plug Chassis removal tool Plate - assembly / disassembly MEXU extender wrench Wear Sleeve (8" gage, 5 blade, Non-mag) Sleeve 9 3/4", 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 8 3/8", 3 blades 360° spiral wrap Sleeve 8 3/8", 5 blades straight long contact Sleeve 9 3/4", 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 8 3/8", 5 blades straight short contact Sleeve 8 1/4", 5 blades straight short contact Table 3-8 RCV Mechanical Specifications API Collar Size Collar OD (uphole end) Collar OD (stabilizer bulge) Antenna OD Collar OD (downhole end) Makeup Length Tool Weight Max Flow Rate Average Inertia 6-3/4 in 6.89 in 7.50 in 7.38 in 6.62 in 5.97 ft 550 lbm 800 gpm 72.0 in4 Equivalent Bend Stiffness Max. Operating Torque Max. Tensile Load Max. WOB (lbs) Max. Operating Pressure Maximum Temp Stabilizer OD (screw on sleeve) Connection Specifications Upper Connection Lower Connection Makeup Torque (ft-lbf) (non-mag to non-mag) (non-mag to BeCu) Upper Connection BSR Lower Connection BSR E-mag Telemetry Theoretical capability 6.25 in OD × 2.81 in ID 12,000 ft-lbf 550,000 lbf (Same as M3, M10 Spec) 15,000 psi 150 °C 8.00 in. 5-1/2 FH box 5-1/2 FH pin 22,000 - 24,000 19,000 - 21,000 2.00 2.00 2000 Ohm-m × 150 feet in WBM 200 Ohm-m × 150 feet in OBM Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 64. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 59 of 102 4. Coiled Tubing Drilling 4.1 Tool Details 4.1.1 CTOT-AA Orienting Tool The orienting tool (S-281561) was originally designed by Dowell, but is now manufactured by Anadrill. This tool allows the operator to control the orientation of the BHA below it; i.e. the motor tool face. Functioning as a hydraulic ratchet, when the flow rate drops below a certain level, a spring loaded piston moves up and slightly right. As the pump rate is returned to normal, the spring loaded piston travels down engaging the next set of slots or grooves that rotate the sleeve (moving the lower housing in the opposite direction). Each complete cycle turns the BHA 30 degrees. Because the hydraulic piston is essentially fixed to the upper housing of the tool, the sleeve rotation to the right is in effect moving the BHA below the tool to the left. This counter clockwise rotation of the BHA was designed to make use of the reactive torque from the motor to help overcome drag and turn the BHA. It is also assumed that the tool string above the orienting tool is restrained from rotating due to hole drag. Be cautious of the flow rate restrictions. Any flow rate above 120 gpm could severely limit the function tool life. The splines of the spring loaded piston are not able to withstand the higher drilling torque associated with 4-3/4" motors. Directional operations with motors larger than 31/2" are not recommended for these reasons. There are no other orienting tools on the open market that will fill this need. A high torque retrofit kit is available for existing orienting tools. The modification provides three times more torque than the original design and will retrofit on any of the existing tools. All new orienting tools will be high torque models. There are some areas where the natural tendency is for the tool face to roll left as drilling progresses. In these applications, a slight tool face correction to the right is needed. With the current tool, one needs to ratchet the tool face all the way around to the left to achieve the desired change. Note: the standard orienting tool turns the BHA to the left. Right-handed orienting tools can be assembled with the spline mandrel and spline sleeve in the equipment list and on the Master Order sheet. A service tool kit (S-281721) available through manufacturing that covers the expendables needed to service this tool and the drilling connector. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 65. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: 4.1.2 CTCT-AA CTD 60 of 102 Drilling Connector The drilling connector (S-281559) is another tool originally designed by Dowell, but now offered by Anadrill. The drilling connector is actually three tools in one. It incorporates a pull or hydraulic disconnect, flapper valves for pressure control, and a drop ball circulating sub. It has a flow limit of 120 gpm. Any extended operations at flow rates above this level will cause erosion of the tool and severely limit the functional life. If higher flow rates are required (typically for drilling with larger BHA's) many other connectors are available on the open market. Some of the more common suppliers are Grifco and Petrotech. Dowell is familiar with these alternatives. The top sub of the drilling connector assembly is a non-rotating joint which allows for the final field connection of the BHA to the coiled tubing. Since coiled tubing cannot be rotated like a Kelly, the non-rotating joint allows for the final make up of the BHA. This is a low torque connection with set screws to allow for final make up with a pipe wrench. Although it is a part of the drilling connector assembly, it is shown as a separate item on the BHA sketches. A service tool kit is available through manufacturing that covers the expendables needed to service this tool and the orienting tool. The same CTD Support Tool Kit (S-281721) listed under the orienting tool will support the expendables for the drilling connector also. 4.1.3 CTCT-BA Bottom-NRJ Drilling Connector In some coiled tubing drilling applications, for pressure testing or injection, it is desired that the non-rotating joint (NRJ) be located on the bottom of the drilling connector tool. For this reason, the Bottom-NRJ Drilling Connector Tool (S-291309) is available. This tool is very similar to the Drilling Connector tool (CTCT-AA). It incorporates the check valves, disconnect piston, and circulating piston. However, the big difference is that the NRJ has been moved from the top of the tool to the bottom. The top end of the tool is a check valve housing with a 2-3/8” API Reg. Box connection. The bottom end of the tool has an NRJ connected to the 2-3/8” API Reg. Pin of the bottom sub. This NRJ is also 2-3/8” API Reg. Box by Pin. 4.1.4 Coiled Tubing Connector The coiled tubing connector is merely the crossover from the coiled tubing to the drilling connector. This tool, designed by Dowell for drilling applications, incorporates set screws to hold the connector in place on the coiled tubing. A coiled tubing dimple tool is required to make the initial indentation pattern in the coiled tubing. Once this is done, the coiled tubing connector (or dimple connector as it is called) is placed on the coiled tubing and the set screws torqued into place. The coiled tubing connector and dimple installation tool will remain the responsibility of Dowell. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 66. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 61 of 102 Again for higher flow rate or larger hole applications, there are many other styles available on the open market. Dowell is familiar with these alternatives. 4.1.5 Other Related CTD Equipment a) UBHO A custom designed UBHO sub (S-277980 steel, & S-277982 non-mag) is available for small diameter (3-1/16") applications. It utilizes a custom key sleeve and custom Slim 1 stinger. A custom built adjustable key sleeve (S-261388), similar to a standard design, with a custom built flow through stinger (S-261387) for Slim 1 is available. Again, due to the small diameters, a flow through stinger is required for the mud flow. The adjustable key sleeve is an advantage over the fixed key because it is much more conventional. Use of the fixed key sub caused a tool face orientation correction problem on some of the early jobs. This new UBHO design is part of the CTD Master Order. The UBHO can be ordered in steel or non-mag depending on your specific needs. b) Flex NMDC Standard non-mag collars with 3-1/16" OD for 3-3/4" hole are available. To get the proper flow velocities around the Slim 1 tool, the ID was designed at 2-1/16". This ID allows for adequate fluid velocities (50 fps or less) up to a flow rate of 144 gpm. A custom thread profile was required for the OD/ID restrictions, thus the Anadrill designed 2.590" V055 thread was used. A bore back was put into the box end of each to accept a modified Slim 1 flow sleeve. This sleeve will drop into the top of the NMDC and rest on a shoulder at the bottom of the bore back. The bore back is pushed deep enough to allow room above the sleeve for the swirler required for low flow operations. The swirler must be deep enough to avoid interference with the pin of the connection above. The modified flow sleeve and swirler are part of the Slim 1 low flow kit, S267648. The 15 ft length of the flex non-mags (S-277807) is a function of needing to keep the individual BHA components at 15 ft or less for handling constraints on the coiled tubing units. Two 15 ft pieces could then be used for Slim 1 only jobs. An additional 8 ft piece (S-277808) could be added for the addition of GR. Again, the idea is to keep each component and the overall BHA as short as possible. With this setup, the D&I package is essentially right at the connection between the two 15' non-mags. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 67. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 62 of 102 The flex profile was implemented for use in high build rate applications. This profile will allow the BHA to be more flexible when negotiating the curves. The flex profile provides an additional benefit during pressure deployment. The BHA is too long to deploy in one piece. Therefore it has to be run in the hole in several sections. The gripper rams in the BOP stack along with some slips on the working floor can be used to hold the BHA when making up the next section. The 2-7/8" flex OD on the NMDC is ideal for the gripper rams. A Slim 1 modification which moves the D&I package to the bottom of the tool (thus the option of ordering a non-mag UBHO sub - and non-mag motor if really necessary) is available. The non-mags can be custom ordered to any dimension needed. Once a new operating area gains some experience with these tools, they may want to customize their equipment set up. c) Slim 1 The Slim 1 pulser has gone through many changes to get to the current low flow design. This design also introduces a swirler to increase the torque acquired from the fluid by the impeller. One operating parameter to pay particular attention to is the pressure threshold required to get a survey. This pressure or flow rate threshold needs to be balanced properly with the functional flow rate threshold of the orienting tool. The idea is to be able to get a Slim 1 survey without ratcheting the orienting tool. The flow rate at which this is done must be given consideration prior to the job start. Many operators have used a pump test in the shop to identify the thresholds and the corresponding flow rates. 4.1.6 Optional Tools a) Jars Anadrill's 3-1/16" fishing jars (#45577) have been used on some CT drilling operations. These jars are shorter than any of the competitor's jars in comparable sizes, but they do add over six feet of length to the BHA. This particular size of jar is not available in most locations. Using these Anadrill FB fishing jars as drilling jars is not very common. Depending on the location, many operators do not require the fishing tools to be on location. Knowing where to find the tools when needed has been sufficient. b) Flex Joints Flex joints can be placed immediately above the motor to maximize the effective build rates when needed, as well as to minimize the affect that any bending moments from the BHA above the motor may have on the BUR. The effectiveness of flex joints will vary from job to job, but have been shown to add two to four deg/100' to the build rate achieved by a given motor configuration. Flex joints can be run on each side of the orienting tool in high build rate applications to attempt to isolate the orienting tool from the bending moments of the BHA both above and below the tool. In some previous work, the orienting tool would not function in a high build rate curve. The BHA had to be pulled up above the KOP to operate the orienting tool. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 68. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 63 of 102 The high torque orienting tool will extend the operational range. These limits are a function of the hole size and build rate. Recommendations are included in the orienting tool operations manual. In general, the flex joints are not used very often, but will remain available from Anadrill Manufacturing if needed. c) Non-rotating Connector The non-rotating connector, or field connection, of the drilling connector has been customized for use in other parts of the BHA. In some specific pressure deployment applications, there may be a need for a non-rotating joint at some other point in the assembly. This is rare, but can be built as needed. Further experience will help identify the need for this modification. d) Float Sub As on conventional jobs, float subs may be required above the motor. With the 3-1/16" BHA in use with CTD operations today, one can still run a float sub using Baker 1R floats as needed. For jobs requiring pressure deployment of the BHA, operators have typically required a sub with two floats. A float sub that accommodates two Baker 1R floats is part of the Master Order (S281627). Ana V055 Ana V055 CT Connector Flex NMDC DS 2.06 Flex NMDC Ana V055 Drilling Connector UBHO Sub Ana V055 3 2 ⁄ 8 in.Reg 2 3 ⁄ 8 in. Reg Orientor Flex NMDC 2 7 ⁄ 8 in. or 3 1 ⁄ 2 in. Adj. Hsg. Mud Motor 2 3 ⁄ 8 in. Reg 2 3 ⁄ 8 in. Reg Crossover Sub Ana V055 Figure 4-1 Drill Bit Ana V055 Typical Coiled Tubing Bottom Hole Assembly e) Fishing Tools Fishing tools should be considered prior to the job - especially in more remote locations. Fishing has been done successfully over the years using coiled tubing. The complications that arise are due to the small annular clearances for overshots in some of the smaller holes, and the difficulty in trying to achieve a slow rotation of a fishing tool using a downhole motor. Most operators have not required the fishing tools to be on location. It has been sufficient in most applications to have the fishing tools located for last minute call out only. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 69. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 64 of 102 f) TIW Safety Valve A TIW safety valve is recommended as a safety device for tripping the BHA on under-balanced drilling applications requiring deployment of the BHA under pressure. This item is rarely used and is only on the Master Order Form for very specific applications. The design of the BHA and use of pressure deployment needs to be considered carefully with every contingency thought through completely. The Dowell Project Manager is normally responsible for the deployment procedure and contingency plans. 4.2 Specifications Table 4-1 Tool Dimensions OD Length 3.0" 3.06" (for 2 3/8" API reg.) 3/4" 1/2" (optional) 1" 61.1" Threads Upper Lower standard 2.0625"-10 stub acme-2G (2-3/8” API Reg. Box available) 2-3/8” API Reg. Pin Makeup torque Field connection 2.06" std thread 2-3/8" API Reg. 400 to 500 ft-lbf. 2,500 ft-lbf. 2,600 ft-lbf. Load Limits Yield torque Operating torque Max. tension when released Tensile yield Operating tension Max. bending moment 2,700 ft-lbf. 1,000 ft-lbf. 2,000 lbf. (damage to parts may occur if higher) 110,000 lb. (pull apart) 30,000 lbf. 35,000 in-lbf. will yield top sub (use flex joints in BHA over 20,000 in-lbf. ID upper lower release ball circulation ball Drilling Connector Specifications Operating Limits Max. internal pressure Max. temp Max. bending (2 7/8" OD BHA) Max. flow rate Pressure values Ball drop release Differential pressure release Circulation valve ball drop Circulation valve differential Pressure consistency 7,500 psi 300 °F @30 deg/100' may require 10 klbf. Load to pull out @10 deg/100' will pull out with 2k lbf. load after release 20 gpm 3,300 psi with 12 brass shear pins 9,000 psi with 12 brass shear pins (not used, to release but must watch 2,200 psi with 9 brass shear pins (optional) 1,950 psi with 8 brass pins (optional) 6,400 psi with 9 brass shear pins 5,700 psi with 8 brass +/- 300 psi Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 70. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 65 of 102 1. Pressure values above are with Sprague type high pressure pumps; with high volume pumps, expect lower values due to pump pulsation. Table 4-2 Orienting Tool Specifications Tool Dimensions OD 3.06” Length 132.62” Threads Threads 2-3/8” in API Reg. Makeup torque Makeup torque 2 3/8 API REG 2600 ft-lbf. Other 3" dia. connections 2000 ft-lbf. Load Limits Tensile yield 90,000 lbf. Operating tension 30,000 lbf. Yield torque 2250 ft-lbf. Operating torque 750 ft-lbf. Max. bending moment 28,000 in-lbf. at yield Operating Limits Max. internal press 7500 psi. Pressure rating 18,000 psi Temperature rating 300 °F (150 °C) Toolface increment 30 deg. Max. Dogleg severity 45 deg/100 ft Max. Flow rate 120 gpm Pressure Drop Mud Weight 8.34 ppg 10.00 ppg 12.00 ppg Flow Rate Flow Rate Flow Rate Nozzle Size 80 gpm 100 gpm 120 gpm 80 gpm 100 gpm 120 gpm 80 gpm 100 gpm 120 gpm 11 571 psi 892 psi 1284 psi 684 psi 1069 psi 1540 psi 821 psi 1283 psi 1848 psi 12 403 psi 630 psi 907 psi 483 psi 755 psi 1087 psi 580 psi 906 psi 1305 psi 13 293 psi 457 psi 658 psi 351 psi 548 psi 789 psi 421 psi 658 psi 947 psi 14 218 psi 340 psi 489 psi 261 psi 408 psi 587 psi 313 psi 489 psi 704 psi 15 165 psi 258 psi 371 psi 198 psi 309 psi 445 psi 238 psi 371 psi 534 psi Mud type psi No restrictions (any debris must pass nozzle in spline) Torque generated psi Nominal Output Torque psi 150 ft-lbf Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 71. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 66 of 102 4.2.1 Equipment List Table 4-3 Items required for CTD operations File Code Part No. Description Unit Cost CTOT-AA S-281561 Hi Torque CTD Orienting Tool: 3-1/16" OD, 2-3/8 Reg. box by pin CTCT-AA S-281559 CTD Drilling Connector: 3-1/16" OD, 2-1/16" 10 S.A. box by 2-3/8" Reg. pin CTCT-BA S-291309 On-Bottom NRJ CTD Drilling Connector: 3-1/16" OD, 2-3/8" Reg Box by Pin S-261387 Flow through Stinger S-261388 Custom Key Sleeve special build for CTD UBHO S-277807 NMDC - Flex Profile: 3-1/16" OD, 2-1/16" ID, 15.5', 2.590-6 V055 box by pin S-277808 NMDC - Flex Profile: 3-1/16" OD, 2-1/16" ID, 8.5', 2.590-6 V055 box by pin S-277980 UBHO Sub (steel): 3-1/16" OD, 2.590-6 V055 box by 2-3/8" Reg. pin S-277809 XO Sub: 3-1/16" OD, 2-3/8 Reg. Box by 2.590-6 V055 pin S-277812 Lift Sub: 2.590-6 V055 pin S-277545 Lift Sub: 2-3/8" Reg. Pin S-277810 Flex Joint: 3-1/16" OD, 1-1/4" ID, 5' (2-3/8" Reg. box by pin) S-277811 Flex Joint XO: 3-1/16" OD, 1-1/4" ID, 5' (2-3/8" Reg. box by 2.590-6 V055 pin) Table 4-4 Items required for Pressure Deployment Part No. B034675 S-281627 B034673 Description TIW Safety Valve - 3-1/16" OD - 2-3/8" Reg. box by pin Float sub - 3-1/16" OD - 2-3/8 Reg. box by pin - bored for two Baker 1R floats Baker size 1R float - complete Table 4-5 Part No. S-281721 S-281659 S-281660 S-281569 S-281570 S-281571 S-281572 S-281573 45577 S-277982 S-277847 S-277848 S-281628 S-281698 B034674 B034860 S-281993 Unit Cost Optional Items Description Unit Cost Coiled Tubing Drilling Support Tool Kit Spline Mandrel, 15° Right-Hand, 3" Orienting Tool Spline Sleeve, 15° Right-Hand, 3" Orienting Tool 2-3/8" API Reg. Top Sub (20.50 O.A) - 3" NRJ SWIVEL - NRJ Pin to 2-3/8" API Reg. Pin (5.1 LG. Ring) SWIVEL - NRJ Pin to 2.590-6 V055 Pin (5.1 LG. Ring) NRJ Pin to 2.590-9 V055 Pin (5.1 LG. Ring) - 3" NRJ NRJ Pin to 2-3/8" API Reg. Tool Joint Pin (5.1 LG. Ring) - 3" NRJ 3-1/16" Anadrill FB Jars UBHO Sub (non-mag)-3-1/16" OD-2.590-6 V055 box by 2-3/8" Reg. pin Thread Protector for 2.590-6 V055 pin Thread Protector for 2.590-6 V055 box Thread Gauge - 2.590-6 V055 - Pin only - Thread Spec:S-272661 Thread Gauge - 2.590-6 V055 - Box only - Thread Spec:S-272662 1R Baker Float Metal Rebuild Kit 1R Baker Float Rubber Rebuild Kit TIW Safety Valve Rebuild Kit Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 72. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: CTD 67 of 102 The following part numbers are provided for reference only. These parts are to be provided and installed by Dowell (or other CT contractor) as part of the coiled tubing service. Table 4-6 Items normally provided by CTD Contractor Part No. Description 552270 Dimple Connector: 2" CT Dimple, 2.06" THD, 3.06" O.D. 552300 Unit Cost Dimple Connector: 2 3/8" Dimple, 2.06" THD, 3 3/8" O.D. 2" CT Dimple Tool Kit - D & L; w/12" round plate, (2) XXH 1/2" nipples, (6) dimple screws 2 3/8" CT Dimple Tool Kit - D & L; w/12" round plate, (2) XXH 1/2" nipples, (6) dimple screws 25-537911090 High Pressure Strainer, 2" male x female 1502, 10 ksi rupture disc: 240 x .06" holes 25-537916090 High Pressure Strainer, 2" male x female 1502, 10 ksi rupture disc: 148 x .125" holes The following are the part numbers for the CTD tools maintenance manuals Table 4-7 Part No. CTD Manuals Description P-096105 CTD Connector Tool Maintenance Manual, CTCT-AA/CTCT-BA P-096106 Unit Cost CTD Orienting Tool Maintenance Manual, CTOT-AA 4.2.2 Slim-1 and SHARP Slim-1 equipment should be ordered separately. Refer to the Slim 1 Master Order or contact Engineering. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 73. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: VIPER 69 of 102 5. VIPER 5.1 Highlights VIPER is a 2 7/8” wireline steerable BHA for coiled tubing drilling and slimhole re-entry operations for drilling wellbores from 3-1/2” to 4-3/4”. It incorporates an electrical disconnect, a telemetry tool, and an orienting tool. VIPER can be used with any drilling fluid or gas and is ideal for underbalanced drilling operations. The electric disconnect system is actuated from the surface and requires a minimum 600 psi hydrostatic pressure to operate. A secondary mechanical disconnect is also available. The measurements provided by the telemetry tool are D&I, gamma ray, external pressure, internal pressure, orienting tool position, casing joints detection, and motor stall indicator. The orienting tool is electrically actuated from the surface and provides rotation in both directions with fine resolution of toolface. A standard wireline telemetry formatting (CTS) is used to transmit data to the surface and command the orienting tool. The WAFE system interfaces the wireline to IDEAL/WIS and provides electrical power to the BHA. Log presentation, data storage, and orienting tool control are supported by IDEAL. IDEAL interfaces to Dowell’s CoilCat surface acquisition system through an ethernet link. 5.2 Details 5.2.1 Surface System The surface system includes the IDEAL system, the WAFE system, a dummy cable (CIA-B), a UPS, and all required cables. Note that a rotary collector (COL-ZA) is needed for the CT Unit, but is considered an optional item as it may already be in place on the CTD unit. IDEAL supports the real time display, the orienting tool control, the log presentation, the database for all measurements, and VIPERScope. The IDEAL PC is connected to the WAFE through an Ethernet link. The surface measurements (depth, coiled tubing tension, pressure, etc.) are transmitted real time to IDEAL via the CoilCat system (Dowell surface system). The CoilCat machine is connected to IDEAL through an Ethernet link. The WAFE system is the acquisition front end interfacing IDEAL and the CTS telemetry. It also provides the power for the BHA. The WAFE must be equipped with a CTS module (TCM) and have minor modifications for the cable fault detection system. The system is designed to operate with a standard heptacable 7-46, or 7-42 type, 15,000 ft maximum length. Four conductors are used for the power supply (400 VDC) and the telemetry signals, one conductor for the electrical disconnect, and one conductor for the cable fault detection system. The cable interface adapter, (CIA) S-281133, must be used every time the cable length is less than 10,000 ft. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 74. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: VIPER 70 of 102 As noted above, an explosion proof 8 ring collector COL-ZA (H709710) must be installed on the coiled tubing reel for connection to the wireline. 5.2.2 Drilling Head (VDHA-BA) The Drilling Head allows for the connection of the BHA to the coiled tubing (2", 2 3/8" or 2 5/8” OD) and the wireline in both overbalanced and underbalanced well drilling. It includes a quick connect, an electrical disconnect (a minimum pressure of 600 psi is needed to activate the system), a TIW type Ball valve and two float valves located above the electrical disconnect. The Drilling Head can be connected directly to a other downhole tools (i.e. PowerPak motors) using the 2 3/8” API crossover S-280965. The Drilling head comes equipped with adapters for 2” or 23/8” coil tubing. It also includes the clamp assemblies for 7-46P, 7-46P-CAP, 7-42P or 7-42PCAP wireline cable. 5.2.3 Telemetry Tool (VOEA & VDGA) The Telemetry Tool includes the following modules : • Telemetry/CPU: CTS telemetry and downhole bus (ISB) interface. • Power Supply: digital and analog power supply for ISB. • Pressure: pressure sensors*, acquisition electronics, DSP, and ISB interface. • UDIM: D&I sensors*, acquisition electronics, DSP, and ISB interface. • UGRM: Gamma ray detector*, acquisition electronics, microcontroller, and ISB interface. *Note: The calibration coefficients are stored in a EEPROM located in each module. These coefficients can be downloaded directly from VIPERScope via the ISB using the VIPERScope Interface Box S-281122. The UDIM and UGRM are the same modules used in the SHARP tool. 5.2.4 Orienting Tool The Orienting Tool allows orientation of the steerable motor in either direction, right or left, and can also be used in a continuous rotation mode. It includes the following sections : • Orienting tool electronics: acquisition, motor drive, microcontroller, and ISB interface. • Motor assembly: brushless DC motor, brake, 4-stage gearbox. • Final stage assembly: one stage gear box, radial/thrust bearings, rotary seals. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 75. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: VIPER 71 of 102 5.2.5 PowerPak The VIPER BHA is designed to be run with a 2 7/8”, 3-1/8”, 3-1/2” and 3-3/4” PowerPak motors. The PowerPak must be equipped with a non-magnetic power section in order not to perturb the magnetic measurements. Care must be taken when running with heavy mud weights not to exceed 1000 ft-lb. stall torque on the motor as the motor is directly coupled to the gear train in the orienting tool. The non magnetic float sub S-291547 can be connected between the orienting tool and the power section to allow a two part deployment into a live well (see Dowell Coiled Tubing Operator’s Manual). Any sub located between the power section and the orienting tool must be non magnetic. 5.2.6 Short Radius Drilling VIPER is designed to operate in 100°/100 ft radius (DLS). Anytime the dog leg severity is to exceed 30°/100 ft, the Articulated Assembly is to be run between the orienting tool (VOMA) and PowerPak. This knuckle joint reduces the bending stresses on the gearbox. 5.2.7 Underbalanced Drilling Special precautions for deployment must be taken when VIPER is run in an underbalanced well. The Drilling Head is the primary well control valve during deployment of the BHA into and out of the well. Well control is critical in ‘live wells’ - those that have well head pressure during drilling and deployment. Two versions of the Drilling Head exist: • VDHA-AA (S-): Can be used only in ‘dead wells’ situations (no wellhead pressure when pumps are off) and where the entire BHA can be deployed in a single stage. This tool has been obsoleted by VDHA-BA, cannot be ordered and is supported with spare parts only. • VDHA-BA (S-291815): Must be used if single stage deployment cannot be accomplished or in live wells (wellhead pressure at all times). In either case, a float valve sub (B034673) is to be run between the PowerPak motor and the VIPER BHA for added safety during deployment. When the use of the articulation joint is not desired, a cross-over float sub (S-291547) is also available to connect the orienting tool to the PowerPak stator. This float sub also holds the float valves and will allow for a two-stage deployment into a live well (see Dowell Coiled Tubing Operator’s Manual). This sub is non-magnetic so as not to perturb the magnetic measurements. 5.2.8 Multi-cycle Disconnect (S-291580) The VIPER system has the option to run an additional disconnect between the VIPER tool and the PowerPak motor. This option is to reduce risks associated with lost in hole cost. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 76. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: VIPER 72 of 102 The 3.06 multi-cycle disconnect (MCD) is designed for coiled tubing operations where a reliable, variable set, disconnect is desirable. This particular model is non-magnetic for close operation with MWD tools such as VIPER. The MCD allows for a controlled setting of the tensile weak point simply by machining the OD to the proper diameter. The tool consists of a J-slot which is actuated by pickup/slack-off of the drill string. This motion (via the J) unscrews a nut with very large threads. The tool is oil filled and the mechanism is always in oil. The tool has a weak point sleeve which must be pulled apart before the J-slot mechanism is engaged. Once the weak point is pulled apart, the disconnect process starts. After 4-1/2 pickup/slack-off cycles a flow port is opened between the ID and annulus (when off bottom). The circulation port is a tattle-tale device to signal proper operation or give notice of premature disconnect. After 7-1/2 cycles the tool will disconnect. A 3” GS fishing neck is left in the hole facing upward. The tool allows for a full tensile pull on the assembly once the weak point has been broken. In fact a full tensile pull can be performed on every up stroke except for the last cycle (sixth stroke), This stroke is limited to 20,000 lb. pull because of the threads on the releasing nut are not fully engaged. The length of the tool is 39.4 inches with a 2-3/8 API Reg. connection on top and bottom: Box up, pin down. The tensile sleeves can be set from 10,000 to 40,000 lb. The proper setting for a particular well is determined by the amount of predicted pull at TD. These calculations are done using the Dowell CoilCade system. 5.2.9 Logging Adapter (S-291881) The logging adapter is an optional item that allows the operator to quickly and efficiently lay down the VIPER BHA and pick up an openhole wireline logging tool without having to re-head the coil tubing. The logging adapter incorporates the quick connect and a male TLC connector to adapt directly to the upper end of the VIPER drilling head. The assembly also has a TIW type Ball Valve, two float valves and the Multi-cycle disconnect incorporated into the tool. The tool adapts directly to the 2 ½-in. SlimAccess tools or 2-3/4” and 3-3/8” logging tools with crossovers supplied by W&T. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 77. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: VIPER 73 of 102 5.3 Specifications Table 5-1 Downhole Environment Maximum weight on bit Absolute overpull BUR Total internal pressure Maximum difference between internal and annular pressure Flow rating Drilling fluid Temperature Overall length Table 5-2 11,500 lbf. 39,500 lbf. 100 deg/100 ft maximum. 18 Kpsi maximum. 5 Kpsi. 130 gpm maximum. no restriction. 150 degC maximum. 32 ft (not including the PowerPak motor) Measurements Inclination Range Accuracy 0-125 deg, +/- 0.1 deg (1 sigma). Range Accuracy 0-360 deg, +/- 1 deg (1 sigma), for inclination > 5 deg. Range Accuracy +/- 180 deg, +/- 1 deg (1 sigma). Azimuth Tool face Casing collar locator Detection of the magnetic anomalies generated by the casing joints (x axis magnetometer). Gamma-Ray Range Statistical precision - 0-250 API +/- 5% (100 API, 100 fph, 1 sigma). Annular Pressure Range Accuracy Resolution 0-18 kpsi +/- 45 psi +/- 1 psi Range Accuracy Resolution 0-18 kpsi +/- 45 psi +/- 1 psi Range Accuracy Resolution 0-2 Kpsi, +/- 20 psi (with offset calibration downhole), +/- 1 psi. Internal Pressure Differential pressure Table 5-3 Orienting Tool Constant rotation or tool face correction Maximum torque 1000 ft.lbf, left or right. Maximum speed 1 rpm, left or right. Angular resolution +/- 1 degree. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 78. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: VIPER 74 of 102 5.3.1 VIPER Equipment List Table 5-4 File Code Part Number VBHA-AB VSSK-AA S-280703 S-280707 VIPER Tool Set Description Price Estimate *2 7/8" Wireline Coiled Tubing Drilling BHA **VIPER Surface Equipment Kit ***VIPER Start-up Kit 1. *A VIPER assembly (S-280703) consists of: one each; VDHA-BA, VLHA-BA, VTEA-AA, VDGA-AA, VOEA-AA, VOMA-AA, VTTC-AA, VDGC-AA, VOTC-AA. Refer to table below: 2. **The VIPER Surface Equipment Kit (S-280707) includes all items necessary for field test and operation 3. *** The VIPER Start-up Kit includes spare parts, Calibration equipment and special tools for shop and rig. 4. The VDHA is suitable for 2", 2 3/8" and 2 5/8” Coil tubing along with 7-46, and 7-42 Heptacables. Table 5-5 File Code Part Number VDHA-BA VLHA-BA VTTC-AA VDGC-AA VOTC-AA VTEA-AA VDGA-AA VOEA-AA VOMA-AA S-291815 S-291881 S-280656 S-280664 S-280691 S-280750 S-280737 S-280808 S-280756 Downhole Tool Optional Items Description Price Estimate VIPER Drilling Head VIPER Logging Head Adapter with MCD VIPER Telemetry Collar VIPER DNI/GR Collar VIPER Orienting Tool Collar VIPER Telemetry Electronic Assembly VIPER DNI/GR Electronic Assembly VIPER Orienting Tool Electronic Assembly VIPER Orienting Tool Mechanical Assembly Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 79. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 5-6 File Code TWVT-AA IWS-AA CIA-BA COL-ZA H709710 S-281117 S-268134 S-263525 S-263924 S-286116 E051425 S-281156 H709710 P-025801 E055203 H502344 H502490 75 of 102 Surface System Optional Items Part Number COL-ZA VPWA-AA VIPER Description Price Estimate Explosion Proof 8 Ring Collector Wafe Modified for VIPER (including TCM) Printrex Plotter 21" Monitor with Case Ideal Workstation Plastic Shipping box for IWS-AA 0.5 KW UPS Cable Interface Adapter (Used for CT less than 10,000 ft) Explosion Proof 8 Ring Collector Ideal Field Reference Manual Disconnect Power supply ***WAFE Spare Board Kit ***WAFE DC Voltage spare board ***If the Surface System is limited to one WAFE only, the above boards are recommended to assume redundancy of the surface system. Table 5-7 Part Number S-280987 VIPER Cables Description Price Estimate Power up Tool Cable, Female Cannon x Female TLC S-281135 Test Cable, CIA Female Cannon x Male TLC S-281134 CIA to Collector Cable S-263823 Cable, “Rig Floor” Ethernet H540827 WFMD AC Cord S-281157 Disconnect Adapter Cable S-263829 50ohm Ethernet Coax Cable (15ft) S-281164 110V 15A to30A Twislock Plug H502384 WFMD to WFDD H508394 W94 AC Cord B033585 Ethernet T-Connectors B0335586 Ethernet 50 ohm Terminator Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 80. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 5-8 Part Number S-291580 VIPER 76 of 102 VIPER Optional Items Description Price Estimate Multi-Cycle Disconnect S-280832 2” CT Dimpling Body S-280833 2-3/8” Dimpling Body S-291885 2-5/8” Dimpling Body S-291786 2" Dimple Connector Ass'y S-291787 2-3/8" Dimple Connector Ass'y S-291888 2-5/8” Dimple Connector Ass’y S-291818 Lift Sub, 1.06-10 UNS by 2-3/8 API Reg Pin S-291893 Lift sub, 2-3/8 API Reg Box by 2.812-8 SA NRJ S-291898 Xover Sub, 2.812-8 SA NRJ by 2-3/8 API Reg Pin S-291820 Lift Sub, Elevator, 2-3/8 API Reg Pin S-280965 Lift Sub, 2.625-12 SA NRJ x 2-3/8 API Reg Pin S-291899 Cap, Pull Test S-291901 Cap, Pressure Test Ass’y S-291547 Cross-Over Float valve sub (2-3/8 Reg. box x stator pin conn.) S-291290 Cross-over, 2-3/8 Reg to A287 stator connection S-297297 Cross-over, 2-3/8 Reg to A350 stator connection S-297425 Cross-over, 2-3/8 Reg to A375 stator connection S-291243 Articulated Ass’y, 2-3/8API Reg Box x Pin B034673 Float valve - F1R S-280812 7-39P Cable Clamp ass’y S-280566 7-42P-Cap Cable Clamp ass’y S-291667 7-42P Cable Clamp ass’y S-280565 7-46P Cable Clamp ass’y S-291710 7-46P-Cap Cable Clamp ass’y S-291512 Drilling Head Fishing Kit S-291518 Drilling Head Stabbing Guide Kit S-291522 Drilling Head Pressure Test Kit S-291510 Upper Drilling Head w/Dimple Connection and TLC Connection H349030 T-Bar, SFT-157, Hanger, Collapsible Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 81. Revision: Date: AA 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: 05-Jan-2001 Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Table 5-9 VIPER 77 of 102 Maintenance Optional Items Part Number Description Price Estimate D+I Calibration Kit H616079 GR Blanket S-291531 Vacuum Filling Jig S-281122 VIPERScope interface box S-291545 Spare parts kit, for all assemblies but VDHA S-291546 Special Tools kit S-291526 Drilling Head O-ring Kit S-291527 Drilling Head Hardware Kit S-291516 Drilling Head Electrical Kit S-291515 Drilling Head Spare Kit Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel InTouch Coordinator Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 82. Revision: Date: AA 05-Jan-2001 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: IAB 79 of 102 6. Inclination-at-Bit (IAB) Tool 6.1 Highlights The fact that current MWD technology is generally located 40 - 60 feet from the bit in a bottomhole assembly makes drilling a lot like driving a bus from the back seat. Undulation and tortuosity result from under- and over-correction when extrapolating inclination measurements from the MWD collar to the bit. Measuring inclination directly at the bit prevents these problems. Hence, SPC's Advanced Drilling Systems department has developed a bit inclination tool. The Inclination-at-Bit equipment is used in conjunction with MWD to provide the At-bit Inclination Measurement (AIM) service. The current system operates in the 4-3/4”, 6-3/4", 8”, and 9-5/8” tool sizes. The 4-3/4” (IAB4I-AB, S-292222) and 6-3/4" (IAB6I-AA, S-292333) IAB tools are operated as an integral part of an A475 and A675 PowerPak Drilling Motor, respectively. Figure 6-1 illustrates a 4-3/4” PowerPak drilling motor assembly including the IAB4 transmitter. The 8” (IAB8S-AA, S-292800) and 9-5/8” (IAB9S-AA, S-292900) IAB tools are stand alone subs, which are used in conjunction with A800 and A958 PowerPak Drilling Motors, respectively. Figure 6-2 illustrates a 9-5/8” PowerPak drilling motor with the AIM9 assembled. Figure 6-1 IAB4/A475 PowerPak Motor Schematic Figure 6-2 IAB9/A958 PowerPak Motor Schematic Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 83. Revision: Date: AA 05-Jan-2001 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: IAB 80 of 102 The IAB tools measure inclination from a position 12 inches behind the bit for the 4-3/4"tool, 15 inches behind the bit for the 6-3/4" tool , 39 inches behind the bit for the 8” tool, and 29 inches behind the bit for the 9-5/8” tool. The tools then transmit this data to the MWD system via electromagnetic telemetry. The current MWD receiver systems for the 4-3/4" system are the IMPulse tool (IMPA-BA, S-285907) and the ISR4 (ISR4-AB, S-292444) which works in conjunction with the SHARP/SlimPulse system. The ISR4 also contains an annular pressure measurement. The current MWD receiver systems for the 6-3/4" system are the ARC6 tool (ARC6A-AA, T1004000) and the UIT6 tool (UIT6-AA, T1032000) which is currently in field test. The UIT6 also has two-way transmission capabilities. The current MWD receiver system for the 8” system is the ARC8 tool (ARC8A-AA, T1004100). The current MWD receiver system for the 9-5/8” system is the ARC9 tool (ARC9A-AA, T1004160). Additionally there is a new 65/8” receiver sub (ASP6) in process in engineering designed to work with the Slimpulse system. This sub should be available for field test in early 2001. The inclination measurement is performed by a single-axis, Q-flex accelerometer mounted along the center axis of the IAB Drive Shaft. This is the same proven accelerometer used in our MWD tools. Figure 6-3 shows a cut-away schematic of the 4-3/4” IAB tool and Figure 6-4 shows a cutaway schematic of the 9-5/8” IAB sub. The IAB tool also includes temperature and shock auxiliary measurements. These measurements are not typically transmitted in real time due to the limited telemetry rate. The IAB uses Induction Electromagnetic Transmission (IMAG) as opposed to the EMAG telemetry used in the GeoSteering tool. IMAG telemetry is an improvement over EMAG. There are no limitations in high-resistivity formations, high contrasting formation, or in ANY mud type (OBM, foam, or salt-saturated mud). It does, however, have range limitations in highlyconductive formations, i.e., at 0.2 Ω-m. transmission is approximately 35 ft for the 4-3/4" tool, 48 ft for the 6-3/4", and 63 ft. for the 8” and 9-5/8” tools. This can limit the placement of the Receiver Sub in the BHA. For further information consult the IAB UOP or Maintenance Manual. The IAB tools are battery powered. The batteries are currently annular in assembly and are rated for 250 hours of life. Additionally, the IAB6 batteries are a rig-replaceable split pack design. The IAB8 and IAB9 tools use the same annular battery, which is rig-replaceable as well. The IAB4 and IAB6 tools include a Rotating Near-Bit Stabilizer (RNBS) that also acts as the battery pressure housing. The IAB8 and IAB9 subs also include a RNBS, but for these tools the standard PowerPak 8” and 9-5/8” RNBS’s can be used. Similar to PowerPak RNBS stabilizers, the RNBS on the IAB acts to improve rate-of-penetration and weight transfer. The IAB stabilizer is present to insure the increased side forces generated by the additional offset length does not cause premature bearing failure. The stabilizer also acts to stiffen the IAB assembly for the IAB4 and IAB6 tools. The IAB stabilizer must be run 1/8-in. under bit gauge or less. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 84. Revision: Date: AA 05-Jan-2001 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: Figure 6-3 Figure 6-4 IAB 81 of 102 4-3/4” IAB Tool 9-5/8” IAB Tool Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 85. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: IAB 82 of 102 Specifications 6.1.1 IAB Transmitter Table 6-1 Specification * IAB4 Mechanical specifications Units Sub/sensor/mode Anadrill file code Nominal (API) OD Hole size range N/A (in.) (in.) IAB4I-AB 4 3/4 5 7/8 to 6 3/4 IAB6I-AA 6 3/4 8 3/8 to 9 7/8 IAB8S-AA 8 9 7/8 to 14 3/4 IAB9S-AA 8 5/8 12 1/4 to 26 Maximum body OD Minimum ID External upset maximum upset type/location 1 sub fishing neck (from top sub) 2 Sub - length (no optional subs) (in.) (in.) (in.) 7 1/2 1 1/2 (shaft ID) see Fishing Diagram standard motor length + 24”. weight - loaded (in air) (lbm) 5 1/4 1 1/8 (shaft ID) see Fishing Diagram standard motor length + 20”. standard motor weight + 100lbs. 3-1/2” API Reg. or 3-1/2”API IF 9-1/4 3-1/8 see Fishing Diagram standard motor length + 56-5/8”. standard motor weight + 640 lbs 6-5/8” API REG 11 3-1/8 see Fishing Diagram standard motor length + 48”. standard weight + 1000lbs 7-5/8” API REG 6-5/8” API REG 7-5/8” API REG (6-5/8” API REG w/ x-over) 37±1 Per Bit Man. Spec. (80±2 MAX) 110 2.86 1.79 (ft) (in.) standard motor weight + 400 lbs. Top thread connection (API) Bottom thread connection (API) 3-1/2” API Reg. 4-1/2” API Reg., 4-1/2”API IF, 4-1/2 XH, or 4-1/2 H-90 BOX 4-1/2” API Reg. (kft-lbf) (kft-lbf) 2.0 ± .2 7.0 ± .5 9±1 14 ± 2 11.5 N/A 2.19 15.3 (Stator) N/A N/A 22.7 N/A 1.96 Stabilizer sleeve make-up torque Bit box make-up torque Joint yield torque (min. of top) (kft-lbf) 3 Top connection BSR 3 Bottom connection BSR 4 Average moment of inertia (in ) 4 Equivalent bending stiffness 5 Maximum collar dogleg - rotating (°/100 ft) 23±1 Per Bit Man. Spec. (60±2 MAX) 106 2.81 1.79 N/A 8 (per PerARC6) N/A N/A Per PowerPak Per PowerPak Spec. Spec. sliding (°/100 ft) N/A 15(per Per ARC6) Per PowerPak Per PowerPak Is sub magnetic? (Y/N) Yes Yes Yes Yes 1. Fishing neck is the distance from the face seal of the top connection to the start of external upset on the sub. 2. Sub length is that of the minimum self-contained operating configuration, excluding crossovers, saver subs, etc. (unless they are part of the minimum configuration). 3. Bending strength ratios are specific to particular connections. Values here apply only to the listed connections. 4. Equivalent bending stiffness required is that of the equivalent API collar (as specified in PEI tables). 5. Maximum collar dogleg refers to maximum collar curvature, not hole curvature. This is a collar fatigue limit Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 86. Revision: 2001 Equipment Guidelines Date: 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: Table 6-2 Specification* Anadrill file code Sensor Detector type Measurement Measurement optional? 1 Measurement averaged? Averaging time Measurement range 2 Standoff range 3 Accuracy (in) 4 Resolution Precision Repeatability Statistics -average - quadrant 6 Vertical (depth) resolution: qualitative (min. bed detected) quantitative (min. bed evaluated) 7 Depth/radius of investigation 8 Sensor operating limits: 9 maximum hole size 10 maximum ROP/logging speed 11 operating RPM range 12 maximum shocks 13 azimuth range (0-360) 13 inclination range (0-180) 14 mud type, resistivity 15 formation resistivity range () () () () (in.) (in.) (in.) (ft/hr) (rpm) (g/Hz) (°) (°) (Ωm) 83 of 102 IAB Sensor specification Unit (Y/N) (s) IAB Sub/sensor/mode N/A Accelerometer Q-Flex Inclination Shocks Yes 30 Between 0 to 180 Degrees Inclination (No limit) N/A 0.2 Deg at 90 Deg Inclination 0.3 Deg at 45 Deg Inclination 0.1 Deg as accuracy 0.1 Deg N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 120 (based on one sample per feet transmitted) < 500 Total RPM = Surface + Drive shaft N/A N/A No limitation No limitation 0.20 ohm-m < X > 20K Ohm-m (TX/RX dependant) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Indicates whether the measurement is "instantaneous", or time-averaged. Standoff range is the distance from the borehole wall within which measurements are accurate. Accuracy indicates how close a measured value is to the true value of the property we seek to measure. Resolution is the smallest change in value the sensor/system can resolve (e.g. 1 count). Precision is measurement repeatability in optimum conditions, generally a function of logging speed /ROP. Vertical resolution is either the thinnest bed which the sensor can detect (qualitative), or the thinnest bed which can be evaluated (quantitative). List both numbers. 7. Express depth of investigation as a radius from the sensor for radial sensors, and as a distance from the sensor in its most sensitive axis for focused sensors. Indicate if DOI varies with formation properties. 8. Operating limits given here refer to sensors, not sub hardware. 9. Maximum hole size is the hole size above which measurements cease to be quantitative. 10. Maximum logging speed recommended for good statistics - the measurement may still be valid at faster logging speeds, but statistics will suffer. 11. RPM range indicates the range of rotary speeds for measurements which depend on sub rotation for statistics etc. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 87. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: IAB 84 of 102 12. Maximum shocks indicates shock levels (G or Hz) above which sensor function/measurements are affected. 13. Accuracy of some (mainly directional) sensors or measurements may be constrained by these factors. 14. Indicates in which mud types the sensor/measurement will not function (WBM, OBM, salt sat.) or is not valid Table 6-3 Specification * IAB Operational and environmental limits Units Sub/sensor/mode 1 Maximum dogleg severity -rotating (°/100 ft) as per PowerPak Motor specifications sliding (°/100 ft) as per PowerPak Motor specifications Maximum WOB (klbs) IAB4 = 25; IAB6 = 50; IAB8 = 65; IAB9 = 75 operating RPM (rpm) 500 (Total RPM=Surface + Drive Shaft) operating torque (kft-lbf) (as per PowerPak Motor specifications) operating tensile load (klbf) (as per PowerPak Motor specifications) jarring load (klbf) (as per PowerPak Motor specifications) shock (g/Hz) Maximum operating pressure (kpsi) 20 2 Maximum differential pressure internal to external (kpsi) 1.5 (per PowerPak bit pressure spec’s.) external to internal (kpsi) N/A 3 IAB4 = 35000; IAB6 = 297,000; IAB8 & 9 = 642,000 Sub pressure drop constant (C) Maximum operating temperature (°C) 150 (as per lithium battery current limitation) Maximum flow limit (gpm) IAB4 = 300; IAB6 = 700; IAB8 & 9 = 1950 operating flow rate (gpm) Per PowerPak specs. Minimum operating flow rate (gpm) (per PowerPak motor power section) Maximum mud sand content % 1 mud solids content % 7% LGS Max. LCM size (name) Medium size nut plug. concentration, tool on (lb/bbl) 50 concentration, tool off (lb/bbl) 50 * signifies not applicable or no limits apply. (Sub/sensor/mode - add columns for different subs or for the same sub in different modes. (Sub = collar, tool or subassembly.) (The following are to assist in completing the form. Modify as required.) 1. Maximum dogleg severity refers to borehole curvature, not collar curvature. 2. Indicate the maximum safe differential pressure in both directions across the sub wall before gross plastic yielding (permanent deformation) takes place. MWppg x Q2 3. The pressure drop constant is entered in the following equation (for each sub): Pressure drop = C Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 88. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines AA 05-Jan-2001 Table 6-4 Specification* Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: IAB 85 of 102 IAB Other operational specification Unit Sub/sensor/mode Power source Lithium Battery 1 Operating life, maximum (hrs) 200+ Hrs Battery operating temperature range (°C) - 10 to 150 2 Downhole memory? (Y/N) Yes Telemetry - system Induction based (Confidential) - protocol Pulse Position Modulation (Confidential) - rates available (BPS) 1.5 (Confidential) @ frequency (Hz) 10 KHz (IAB4) or 2 kHz (IAB6, 8, 9) (Confidential) Transmission trigger Time Based Downlink - main technique N/A - other options No Pulsation dampener required? (Y/N) as per MWD operating procedures 3 - recommended precharge (% SPP) as per MWD operating procedures 4 - recommended precharge (psi) as per MWD operating procedures 5 - maximum recommended (psi) as per MWD operating procedures 6 Flow in filter screen recommended? (Y/N) as per MWD operating procedures Drillpipe filter screen recommended? (Y/N) as per MWD operating procedures Downhole filter screen available? (Y/N) No Pressure relief sub available? (Y/N) No 7 Clamp-on stabilizer permitted? (Y/N) No * signifies not applicable or no limits apply. (Sub/sensor/mode - add columns for different subs or for the same sub in different modes. (Sub = collar, tool or subassembly.) (The following are to assist in completing the form. Modify as required.) 1. In MWD tools, this might be determined from programmed service interval or similar limit. 2. This may be affirmative for MWD tools recording diagnostic data. Avoid conflict with marketing specs. 3. This is the recommended precharge as a percentage of the standpipe pressure (SPP) while pumping. 4. This is the recommended precharge as a pressure only. Higher values are generally better. 5. This is the maximum recommended precharge pressure. This must be reduced to normal values if not drilling. 6. This is a filter screen placed in line between the pump and the standpipe manifold. 7. Some subs permit the installation of clamp-on stabilizers. Give details. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 89. Revision: Date: AA 05-Jan-2001 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: IAB 86 of 102 6.1.2 AIM Receivers For all AIM systems, there is a receiver built into different MWD platforms. For the IAB4, the receiver is built into the IMPulse tool. For the IAB6, IAB8 and IAB9 tools the receiver is built into the ARC6, ARC8, and ARC9 tools respectively. For specifications on these tools see their respective equipment guidelines. Additionally there are two receivers built by the IAB group. They are the ISR4, which works with the SHARP/Slimpulse system in the 4-3/4” tool size, and the UIT6 which is a stand alone sub with LTB connections which works in the 65/8” tool size. In early 2001 a new receiver, the ASP6, will be released for field testing which works with the Slimpulse in the 6-5/8” tool size. Refer to the individual tool sections for specs on ARC6, 8, 9 and IMPulse Receivers. Table 6-5 Reciever Mechanical specifications Specification * Units Anadrill file code Nominal (API) OD Hole size range Maximum Wear Band OD Tool Length weight - loaded (in air) Top thread connection Bottom thread connection Torque: Top Connection Torque: Bottom Connection Joint yield torque (min. of top) BSR: Top connection BSR: Bottom connection Average moment of inertia 4 Equivalent bending stiffness Maximum Tool Curvature rotating N/A (in.) (in.) (in.) (ft.) (lbm) (API) (API) (kft-lbf) (kft-lbf) (kft-lbf) (°/100 ft) sliding (°/100 ft) Is sub magnetic? Magnetic permeability 4 (in ) (Y/N) (?) Sub/sensor/mode ISR4-AB 4 3/4 5.75 to 6.75 5 1/4 13.8 750 NC-38 Box (3-1/2 IF) NC-38 Box (3-1/2 IF) 9.5 ± .5 9.5 ± .5 17.5 2.04 2.01 13.9 N/A 15 or greater (Pending Short Radius Field Tests) 40 or greater (Pending Short Radius Field Tests) No 1.01 UIT6-AA 6-3/4 8-3/8 to 9-7/8 7 1/2 7.92 700 5-1/2 FH Box NC-50 Box Use Best Practice Use Best practice 40.0 2.14 2.21 80.0 N/A 8 16 No 1.01 Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 90. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines 05-Jan-2001 Table 6-6 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: 87 of 102 ISR4 Pressure Sensor specification Specification* Unit Anadrill file code Sensor Detector type Measurement 1 Measurement averaged? Averaging time Measurement range Standoff range Accuracy Resolution Precision Table 6-7 IAB Sub/sensor/mode A (Y/N) N/A Pressure Gage Paine Pressure Yes (s) (psi) (in) (psi) (psi) (psi) 2 0-20,000 N/A 2 + 0.1% of reading +/-1 as accuracy Receiver Operational and environmental limits Specification * Maximum dogleg severity - Units ISR4-AB rotating (°/100 ft) sliding 1 (°/100 ft) 15 or greater (Pending Short Radius Field Tests) 40 (Pending Short Radius Field Tests) 30 20 Maximum - WOB Maximum operating pressure 2 Maximum differential pressure internal to external external to internal 3 Sub pressure drop constant (C) Maximum operating temperature Maximum - flow limit operating flow rate Minimum - operating flow rate Maximum - mud sand content mud solids content Max. LCM - size concentration, tool on concentration, tool off (klbf) (kpsi) (kpsi) (kpsi) (°C) (gpm) (gpm) (gpm) % % (name) (lb/bbl) (lb/bbl) UIT6-AA 1.5 (per PowerPak bit pressure spec’s.) N/A 28,000 150 (as per lithium battery current limitation) 400 N/A N/A 2 (as per PowerPak Motor) Medium size nut plug. 50 50 8 16 74,000,000/L 20 2 1.5 (per PowerPak bit pressure spec’s. N/A 121,000 150 (as per transmitter lithium battery limit) 1000 1000 N/A 2 (as per PowerPak Motor) Medium size nut plug 50 50 * signifies not applicable or no limits apply. (Sub/sensor/mode - add columns for different subs or for the same sub in different modes. (Sub = collar, tool or subassembly.) (The following are to assist in completing the form. Modify as required.) 1. Maximum dogleg severity refers to borehole curvature, not collar curvature. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 91. Revision: Date: 2. 3. 2001 Equipment Guidelines 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: IAB 88 of 102 Indicate the maximum safe differential pressure in both directions across the sub wall before gross plastic yielding (permanent deformation) takes place. MWppg x Q2 The pressure drop constant is entered in the following equation (for each sub): Pressure drop = C 6.2 IAB General Equipment List The IAB4 and 6 tools are available as transmitter assemblies (to retrofit an existing PowerPak bearing section) or as complete motor bearing sections. If you would like to order a complete motor including the IAB4 or 6 transmitter tool, substitute the IAB bearing section for the standard bearing section when ordering your PowerPak motor. The IAB8 and 9 tools are standalone subs and are ordered as such. 6.2.1 Inc.-at-Bit Transmitters Table 6-8 IAB Assemblies File Code Part Number IAB4I-AB S-292222 4-3/4 Inclination-at-Bit Integral Transmitter Assembly Description IAB4B-AA S-292160 4-3/4 Inclination-at-Bit Bearing Assembly IAB6I-AA S-292333 6-3/4 Inclination-at-Bit Integral Transmitter Assembly IAB6B-AA S-292315 6-3/4 Inclination-at-Bit Bearing Assembly IAB8S-AA S-292800 8 Inclination-at-Bit Sub Assembly IAB9S-AA S-292900 9-5/8 Inclination-at-Bit Sub Assembly Table 6-9 IAB Stabilizers* IAB4 Part Number IAB6 Description Part Number Description S-292240 5.750 GD IAB4 Stabilizer S-292340 8-1/4 GD IAB6 Stabilizer S-292242 5.875 GD IAB4 Stabilizer S-292342 8-7/16 GD IAB6 Stabilizer S-292244 6.000 GD IAB4 Stabilizer S-292343 9-3/8 GD IAB6 Stabilizer S-292246 6.125 GD IAB4 Stabilizer S-292344 9-7/16 GD IAB6 Stabilizer S-292248 6.250 GD IAB4 Stabilizer S-292345 9-1/2 GD IAB6 Stabilizer S-292250 6.375 GD IAB4 Stabilizer S-292346 9-3/4 GD IAB6 Stabilizer S-292252 6.500 GD IAB4 Stabilizer. S-292463 8-5/8 GD IAB6 Stabilizer S-292305 6.625 GD IAB4 Stabilizer *The IAB8 and IAB9 tools use standard PowerPak RNBS stabilizers. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 92. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines AA Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: 05-Jan-2001 Table 6-10 IAB 89 of 102 IAB M&S Items Part Number Description General To All IAB Tools S-292195 Assembly, DOC/Accelerometer, IAB T1001015 IAB Manual, Tool Maintenance Specific to IAB4 H357775 IAB4 PILOT Annular Battery Pack S-292061 IAB4 Radial Bearing, Lower Rotating, Threaded S-292122 Flow Diverter, IAB4 TX Accel. Ass'y. T1001042 AIM6 Field Test Manual H357830 IAB6 Battery Pack S-292314 IAB6 Radial Bearing, Lower Rotating, Threaded Specific to IAB6 S-292329 Flow Diverter, IAB6 TX Accel. Ass’y S-292357 Cone Diverter, IAB6 TX Ass’y S-292962 AIM8/9 Field Test Manual H357940 IAB8/9 Battery Specific to IAB8 and IAB9 Table 6-11 IAB Special Equipment Part Number Description IAB4 S-292150 Kit, IAB4I- Shop Tools S-292254 Kit, IAB4I-AB Rig Tools S-292255 Kit, IAB4I-AB Initial Inventory IAB6 S-292350 Kit, IAB6I-Shop Tools S-292351 Kit, IAB6I-Rig Tools S-292352 Kit, IAB6I-Initial Inventory S-292382 Kit, IAB6I-Cold Weather Seals S-292813 Kit, IAB8S-Shop Tools S-292814 Kit, IAB8S-Initial Inventory S-292915 Kit, IAB8S-Rig Tools S-292958 Kit, IAB9S-Initial Inventory IAB8 IAB9 S-292959 Kit, IAB9S-Shop Tools S-292960 Kit, IAB9S-Rig Tools Refer either to the IAB or PowerPak master orders for additional information. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 93. Revision: 2001 Equipment Guidelines Date: 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: IAB 90 of 102 6.2.2 IAB Receivers Table 6-12 Receiver Assemblies File Code Part Number IAB4I-AB S-292444 4-3/4 ISR Assembly Description UIT6-AA T1032000 6-3/4 UIT Assembly Table 6-13 Receiver M&S Items Part Number Description ISR4 S-292480 Field Test Manual H357795 ISR Battery Pack T1032028 Field Test Manual UIT6 Table 6-14 Receiver Special Equipment Part Number Description ISR4 S-292287 KIT, ISR4 TOOLS COMMON TO IMPULSE/ARC5 S-292290 SFT-346, KIT, ISR4 SHOP TOOLS S-292293 SFT-347, KIT, ISR4 RIG TOOLS S-292298 KIT, ISR4 TOOLS COMMON TO SHARP S-292309 KIT, ISR4-AA INITIAL INVENTORY T1032015 KIT, UIT6/ARC6A/CDR COMMON SHOP TOOLS UIT6 T1032016 KIT, UIT6 SHOP TOOLS T1032019 KIT, INITIAL INVENTORY, UIT6 T1032019 KIT, UIT6 COLD WEATHER SEALS Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 94. Revision: Date: AA 05-Jan-2001 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: DT 91 of 102 7. Drilling Tools 7.1 Earthquaker Jars The Earthquaker mechanical drilling jars hit in both directions with up to 90 tons of force, and they can be cocked and tripped repeatedly to free the string without affecting their preset release point. They are insensitive to torque and therefore will not affect hole orientation while deviating the well. The unique preset tripping mechanism is fully mechanical. Neither right not left hand torque in the string changes the tripping loads, and no torque is needed to trip the jar at its preset loads. Earthquaker jars can be placed below the neutral point to provide for closer placement to potential sticking points and more flexibility in BHA design. In addition, Anadrill offers the CAP Computerized Analysis and Placement program for drilling jars which recommends precisely where to place jars for maximum effectiveness. Upward and downward tripping forces are independently adjustable to match drilling conditions. The force for each direction can be set from as low as 10,000 lbf to as high as 180,000 lbf, depending on jar size, while the jar is in the rotary table. An Earthquaker jar can take the abuse of long periods of continuous drilling because of innovative design, simple construction and careful assembly. All working parts are enclosed in oil, so foreign materials in mud do not cause wear or a malfunction. A pressure-compensating piston minimizes pressure differential on the seals. Torque does not affect jar load settings. Fully mechanical tripping mechanism with working parts is sealed in oil for reliability. Accurate control of jarring action eliminates guesswork of jar operation. Tripping forces of up to 180,000 lbf are available for maximum jarring impact. Jar can be run in compression below the neutral point for jarring action closer to the bit. All sizes except the 6 7/8" are available in the CR (concentric ring) tripping mechanism design that is easier to maintain and has fewer parts. A conversion kit for 4 3/4" x 1 7/8 is available to convert to the 4 3/4" x 2 CR design. Earthquakers must always be with Flex Joints, though they can be ordered without them. Safety collars are optional and need not be used due to the inherent safety of the mechanical tripping mechanism. CAP analysis ensures proper placement for optimum effect. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 95. Revision: Date: AA 05-Jan-2001 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: DT 92 of 102 Compensating Piston Tripping Mechanism Splines Mandrel Seal Flex Joint Figure 7-1 Earthquaker Drilling Jar Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 96. Revision: 2001 Equipment Guidelines Date: Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: 05-Jan-2001 DT 93 of 102 7.1.1 Specifications Table 7-1 File Code Earthquaker Jars Specifications EQJ-BA* EQJ-CA EQJ-DA* EQJ-EA EQJ-FA EQJ-GA* EQJ-HA 75970 60601 76630 49600 60700 79624 75390 Part Number Upper Connection (Box up) Lower Connection (Box down) 3 1/2" IF 4 1/2" IF 4 1/2" IF 5 1/2" Reg 6 5/8" Reg 6 5/8" Reg 7 5/8" Reg OD (in.) 4.75 6.25 6.5 6.87 7.75 8 9 ID (in.) 2 2.25 2.25 2.5 3 3 3 Tensile Strength (lbf) 347,000 550,000 550,000 665,000 860,000 860,000 1,090,000 Torsional Strength (ft-lb) 18,000 40,000 40,000 47,000 62,000 62,000 80,000 Upstroke (in.) 8 5.3 5.3 6.5 6.5 6.5 8.2 Downstroke (in.) 8 7 7 6.5 6.5 6.5 7.9 Max. Up Hit Load 110,000 140,000 140,000 160,000 180,000 180,000 180,000 Max. Down Hit Load 60,000 80,000 80,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 1. *preferred sizes Table 7-2 O.D. (in.) Flex Joint Specifications 6.25 4.75* 6.5* 6.87 7.75 8* 9 I.D. (in.) 2 2.75 2.75 3 3 3 3 Tensile Strength (lbf) 505,000 905,000 905,000 1,150,000 1,347,000 1,347,000 1,873,000 Torsional Strength (ft-lb) 15,960 36,850 36,850 48,430 63,350 63,350 70,000 Sacrificial Anodic Aluminum Sleeves have been designed for the Earthquaker Jars. The following part numbers apply: Table 7-3 Part Number Sacrificial Anodes for Earthquaker Jars Description Price S-291209 Sacrificial Anodic Sleeve, 4-3/4” Earthquaker Jar S-291210 Sacrificial Anodic Sleeve, 6-1/4” and 6-1/2” Earthquaker Jar S-291091 Layout Drwg, Sacrificial Anodic Sleeves, 4-3/4”, 6-1/4”, and 6-1/2” Earthquaker Jars Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 97. Revision: 2001 Equipment Guidelines AA Date: 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: DT 94 of 102 7.2 Hydraquaker Jars Thirty years' experience in hydraulic jar design are seen in Anadrill's simple, reliable HYDRAQUAKER drilling jar. The pressure relief assembly prevents the jar from being overpulled and circumvents costly damage and loss of jarring ability. The large surface area of the seal allows the tool to be run in compression. These compression or "below neutral point" placements are complemented with Anadrill's CAP program. Large ID's allow passage of freepoint equipment. Design allows jar to be run in compression below the neutral point for jarring action closer to the bit. CAP analysis ensures proper placement for optimum hitting. Full 8 inch up and down free stroke provides maximum impact. Pressure relief assembly eliminates overpull limitations in 4 3/4" and 6 1/2" jars. Currently, operations limitations exist only in high chloride content drilling fluids which tend to pit the plating where the seals are. A set of sacrificial aluminum sleeves can be used to protect the internal plating from pitting corrosion. The 4 3/4" and 6 1/2" are commercialized Hydraquakers must always be run with Flex Joints, though they can be ordered without them. Safety collars are mandatory and must be used to keep the jar from closing when racked back. Table 7-4 File Code HDJ-AA Part Number Upper Connection (Box) Lower Connection (Pin) OD (in) ID (in) Tensile Strength (lbf) Torsional Strength (ft-lbf) Upstroke (in) Downstroke (in) Maximum hit load Table 7-5 Hydraquaker Jar Specifications HDJ-BA HDJ-BB HDJ-B 80138 3 1/2" IF 3 1/2" IF 4 3/4" 2 1/4" 290,000 23,000 8" 8" 90,000 80425 4 1/2" IF 4 1/2" IF 6 1/2" 2 3/4" 775,000 65,000 8" 8" 155,000 80397 4 1/2" XH 4 1/2" XH 6 1/2" 2 3/4" 775,000 65,000 8" 8" 155,000 80197 Blank Blank 6 1/2" 2 3/4" 775,000 65,000 8" 8" 155,000 Hydraquaker Flex Joint Specifications Part Number 80125 80198 80285 Upper Connection Lower Connection OD (in) ID (in) 3 1/2" IF 3 1/2" IF 4 3/4" 2 1/4" 4 1/2" IF 4 1/2" IF 6 1/2" 2 3/4" 4 1/2" XH 4 1/2" XH 6 1/2" 2 3/4" 80284 Blank Blank 6 1/2" 2 3/4" Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 98. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: DT 95 of 102 Sacrificial Anodic Aluminum Sleeves have been designed for the Hydraquaker Jars. The following part numbers apply: Table 7-6 Sacrificial Anodes for Hydraquaker Jars Part Number S-287691 S-287692 S-287641 Description Price Sacrificial Anodic Sleeve, 4-3/4” Hydraquaker Jar Sacrificial Anodic Sleeve, 6-1/2” Hydraquaker Jar Layout Drawing, Sacrificial Anodic Sleeves, 4-3/4” and 6-1/2” Hydraquaker Jars Flex Joint Mandrel Seal Splines Spline Chamber Compensating Piston Up-hit Compensating Piston Up-hit Pressure Chamber Down-hit Pressure Chamber Down-hit Compensating Piston Figure 7-2 Hydraquaker Drilling Jar Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 99. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: DT 96 of 102 7.3 Shock Guards The following Shock Guards have been built by Anadrill Manufacturing. Lead times for these are very long. Contact Manufacturing for details should you want to place an order: Table 7-7 Shock Guards Connections File Code SG-AA OD 6 1/4" Part Number 61681 A Uphole 4 1/2" XH Downhole 4 1/2" XH Box SG-AB 6 1/4" 61681 B 4 1/2" H-90 4 1/2" H-90 Pin SG-AC 6 1/4" 61681 C 4" H-90 4 1/2" Reg Box SG-AD 6 1/4" 61681 D 4 1/2" H-90 4 1/2" Reg Box SG-AE 6 1/4" 61681 E 4 1/2" XH 4 1/2" XH Pin SG-BA 6 7/8" 74318 A 5" H-90 5" H-90 Pin SG-BB 6 7/8" 74318 B 4 1/2" H-90 4 1/2" Reg Box SG-BC 6 7/8" 74318 C 5" H-90 4 1/2" Reg Box SG-BD 6 7/8" 74318 D 4 1/2" IF 4 1/2" IF Box SG-BE 6 7/8" 74318 E 4 1/2" XH 4 1/2" Reg Box SG-CA 8" 61642 A 6 5/8" Reg 6 5/8" Reg Pin SG-CB 8" 61642 B 6 5/8" H-90 6 5/8" Reg Box SG-CC 8" 61642 C 6 5/8" Reg 6 5/8" Reg Box SG-CD 8" 61642 D 6 5/8" H-90 6 5/8" H-90 Pin SG-DA 9" 60936 A 7" H-90 7" H-90 Pin SG-DB 9" 60936 B 6 5/8" H-90 6 5/8" Reg Pin SG-DC 9" 60936 C 6 5/8" Reg 6 5/8" H-90 Pin SG-DD 9" 60936 D 6 5/8" Reg 6 5/8" Reg Box SG-DE 9" 60936 E 6 5/8" Reg 6 5/8" Reg Pin SG-DF 9" 60936 F 7 5/8" Reg 6 5/8" Reg Pin SG-DG 9" 60936 G 7" H-90 6 5/8" Reg Box 12" * 53317 A 7 5/8" Reg 7 5/8" Reg Box 12" * 53317 B 8 5/8" H-90 7 5/8" Reg Box 1. For connections other than those specified, contact Customer Services 2. * Helical Spring. All other shock guards are ring spring Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 100. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines AA 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: DT 97 of 102 Drilling mud Floating piston Oil Body Spring Bearing Splines Bearing Bearing Figure 7-3 Anadrill Shock Guard Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 101. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines AA 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: DT 98 of 102 7.4 Fishing Tools 7.4.1 Hydraulic Fishing Jars Anadrill hydraulic fishing jars deliver maximum impact on the fish at any hydrostatic pressure. They hit quicker, harder and longer-even at bottomhole temperatures up to 400°F. They can be used for washing over milling, scraping, formation testing, whipstocking, diamond drilling and coring. Continuous hitting at any hydrostatic pressure through a unique pressure-balancing system. Adequate circulation and passage for string shots, freepoint indicators, perforating guns and a wide variety of other wireline tools through extra-large bores. Faster jarring operation through sturdy, damage-resistant delay mechanisms. Optimum impact on the fish from a full 4-in. stroke. Elimination of stress concentration failures through API drill collar-type stress relief grooves on both pin and box. Maximum durability from the use of aircraft-quality 4340 electric furnace in all critical parts. Tolerances up to 1/1000 of an inch. Top sub Stress-relief groove Top sub Lock ring† Time-regulating nut† Spline sub Spline sub Seal assembly Anvil Seal assembly Upper mandrel Anvil Valve housing Upper mandrel Hammer Valve housing Valve Hammer Lower mandrel Valve Compensating piston Compensating piston Bottom sub Lower mandrel Bottom sub Stress-relief groove † Figure 7-4 Not required on drilling and coring jars TR Jar (left) and DC Jar (right) Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 102. Revision: 2001 Equipment Guidelines Date: 05-Jan-2001 Table 7-8 OD ID Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: DT 99 of 102 TR, DC and FB Jar Specifications and Strength Data Type Part No Std. Conn. Maximum Maximum Maximum Maximum Torque Recommend. Jarring Pull Pull After Lifting After Lifting at Yield Jarring Pull (ft–lbf) (lbf) (lbf) (lbf) 1 13/16 3/8 41831 1 13/16 Wilson 20,000 30,000 100,000 1,200 2 1/4 1/2 49140 1 1/4 REG 33,500 50,000 135,000 2,200 2 1/4 1/2 LH† 49198 1 1/4 REGLH 33,500 50,000 135,000 2,200 3 1/16 1 FB 45577 2 3/8 REG 20,000 30,000 160,000 7,600 3 1/16 1 1/2 FB 41906 2 3/8 EUE 20,000 30,000 108,000 7,600 3 5/8 1 15/16 FB 36189 2 3/8 EUE 33,000 52,000 232,000 8,350 4 1/2 2 3/8 FB 37473 2 7/8 EUE 54,000 83,800 318,000 17,750 3 3/4 1 1/2 TR 37180 2 3/8 IF 50,000 78,000 248,000 12,580 4 1/8 1 1/2 TR 39860 2 7/8 IF 70,000 107,000 331,000 15,900 4 1/8 1 1/2 DC 46934 2 7/8 IF 70,000 107,000 331,000 15,900 4 1/8 2 TR 44230 2 7/8 IF 45,500 70,000 320,000 14,000 4 3/4 1 7/8 TR 37266 3 1/2 FH 80,000 125,000 379,000 29,200 4 3/4 1 7/8 DC 43858 3 1/2 FH 80,000 125,000 379,000 29,200 4 3/4 2 DC 47057 3 1/2 IF 67,000 103,000 364,000 20,000 5 3/4 2 TR 36307 4 1/2 FH 131,000 219,000 651,000 34,200 5 3/4 2 DC 47016 4 1/2 FH 131,000 219,000 651,000 34,200 6 1/4 2 TR 39882 4 1/2 IF 190,000 292,000 726,000 57,300 6 1/4 2 DC 43866 4 1/2 IF 190,000 292,000 726,000 57,300 6 3/8 2 TR 52200 4 IF 197,000 311,000 726,000 57,300 6 1/2 2 1/2 TR 51610 4 1/2 IF 160,000 250,000 975,000 89,500 6 3/4 2 1/2 TR 41398 5 1/2 REG 190,000 292,000 975,000 89,500 6 3/4 2 1/2 DC 46344 5 1/2 REG 190,000 292,000 975,000 89,500 7 2 1/2 TR 43750 4 1/2 IF 210,000 332,000 975,000 89,500 7 1/4 2 1/2 DC 47478 4 1/2 IF 235,000 372,000 975,000 89,500 7 3/4 3 TR 41459 6 5/8 REG 208,000 317,000 1,390,000 136,000 7 3/4 3 DC 43844 6 5/8 REG 208,000 317,000 1,390,000 136,000 8 1/4 3 DC 46466 API–61 244,000 386,000 1,390,000 136,000 9 3 DC 50600 6 5/8 H90 300,000 474,000 1,390,000 136,000 1. †LH – Left hand TR – Time regulated FB – Fullbore DC –Drilling and coring Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 103. Revision: Date: 2001 Equipment Guidelines 05-Jan-2001 Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: DT 100 of 102 7.4.2 Hydraulic Bumper Sub The bumper sub is an oil-enclosed splined slip joint used with jars on fishing operations to help deliver downward impact at the top of a fish. The features of the bumper sub include: Big bore for adequate circulation and passage of wireline tools. Long stroke of maximum impact. Oil-enclosed spline to prevent junk in the hole from interfering with tool operation. Stronger than drillpipe used in operations. Table 7-9 Size (in.) Strength Data for Hydraulic Bumper Sub Assembly Number Tool Joint Connection Maximum Pull (lbf) Maximum Torque (ft–lbf) OD ID 3 3/4 1 1/2 44359 2 3/8 IF 4 1/8 2 44277 2 7/8 IF 367,000 17,500 4 3/4 1 7/8 42435 3 1/2 FH 480,000 25,700 5 3/4 2 42344 4 1/2 FH 789,000 39,600 6 1/4 2 42453 4 1/2 FH 942,000 49,300 6 3/4 2 1/2 44130 5 1/2 REG 968,000 89,000 283,000 12,900 3 3/16 1 1/2 44383 2 3/8 EUE / 2 API 185,000 6,400 3 5/8 1 5/16 44329 2 3/8 EUE / 2 API 175,000 8,600 4 1/2 2 3/8 44303 2 7/8 EUE / 2 1/2 API 242,000 18,700 7 3/4 3 48100 6 5/8 REG 1,630,000 125,000 3 1/16 1 45703 2 3/8 REG 244,000 7,600 Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 104. Revision: Date: AA 05-Jan-2001 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems Page: DT 101 of 102 7.4.3 Nitrogen Jar Boosters The nitrogen jar booster increases the jar impact on the fish. No matter how deep the well, the jar booster provides a powerful spring force between the fishing string and hydraulic jars, giving maximum impact by accelerating the up upward movement of the drill collars. The system has several advantages: Nitrogen gas eliminates fluid damping inefficiency in liquid-type devices. One-piece mandrel and bottom connections eliminate accidental backoff. Specially designed seal assemblies and antiextrusion devices prevent gas leakage. High-quality materials and specially designed valving system for charging and bleeding off pressure provide maximum safety. Maximum stroke provided every time by elimination of junk traps. Increases jar efficiency and reduces rig fishing time. Eliminates the pipe drag problem Overcomes shallow-well problems in fishing operations Serves as a shock absorber to the rig Provides greater impact and safer operations through use of inert nitrogen gas. Maintains boosting power even under the toughest well conditions. Lessens chances of differential sticking on drillstem tests. Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.
  • 105. Revision: Date: ;@ @; ;; @@ ;; @@ ;; @@ @@ ;; @@ ;; 2001 Equipment Guidelines Section: Advanced Drilling Systems AA Page: 05-Jan-2001 DT 102 of 102 Fishing string High-pressure seal assembly 3 1 Jar booster Check valve High-pressure seal assembly Drill collars Jar Splines Charging sleeve Lock nut 4 2 Fish 1. Pull on fishing string compresses nitrogen gas in booster. The compressed gas acts as a powerful compressed spring. 2. The hydraulic jar trips and the “hammer” begins its upward movement toward the “anvil.” 3. The nitrogen gas “spring” is released, driving the drill collars upward at an accelerated rate of speed. 4. Hydraulic jar hits with maximum impact to release fish, a result of the high-velocity energy generated by the mass and velocity of the upward-moving drill collars. Figure 7-5 Jar Boosters Table 7-10 Specifications for Nitrogen Jar Boosters Size, OD x ID (in.) 2 1/4 x 1/2 3 1/16 x 1 3 5/8x1 15/16 3 3/4 x 1 1/2 4 1/8 x 2 Assembly number 49232 48712 48764 47948 47750 Tool joint 1 1/4 REG 2 3/8 REG 2 EUE 2 3/8 IF 2 7/8 IF Precharge pressure (psi) 2000 1800 1800 2000 2000 Max. load—full stroke (lbf) 26,000 40,000 35,000 45,000 45,000 Stroke (in.) 11 1/2 11 11 1/2 13 1/2 11 1/2 Tool length (ft) 9 1/2 9 1/2 9 1/2 9 9 Tensile strength (lbf) 135,000 190,000 238,000 268,000 342,000 Torsional strength (lbf) 2,200 7,600 8,750 12,600 16,000 Size, OD x ID (in.) 4 3/4 x 1 7/8 5 3/4 x 2 6 1/4 x 2 6 3/4 x 2 1/2 7 3/4 x 3 Assembly number 47802 48008 48278 48500 48920 Tool joint 3 1/2 FH 4 1/2 FH 4 1/2 FH 5 1/2 REG 6 5/8 REG 4 1/2 IF 4 1/2 IF 3 1/2 IF Precharge pressure (psi) 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Max. load—full stroke (lbf) 60,000 100,000 140,000 170,000 145,000 Stroke (in.) 11 1/2 9 1/2 9 1/2 9 1/2 9 1/2 Tool length (ft) 10 9 1/2 12 11 12 Tensile strength (lbf) 475,000 650,000 1,160,000 1,270,000 1,390,000 Torsional strength (lbf) 29,000 36,000 62,500 97,400 136,000 Prepared by: R. Fontenot Formatted by: John Crowther Approved by: A. Dorel ADS Group Equipment Manager, Anadrill ADS Product Line Manager This information is confidential and must not be copied in whole or in part and should be filed accordingly. It must not be shown to or discussed with anyone outside the Schlumberger organization.