2 Why Choose Halliburton for your Drill Out Challenges? Engineered solution package coupled with next generation surface equipment to maximize efficiency, safety and effectiveness of cleanouts. 2 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 3
3 Halliburton The same legendary service, with enhanced focus on completion efficiencies. We understand our customers face many challenges. Improving returns on your assets, mitigating the decline of major fields, maximizing well productivity and operating efficiently, to name a few. With that in mind, Halliburton formed a new product service line, Production Solutions. Our focus is to deliver customized intervention and completion solutions that maximize production efficiency and recovery. Our Drill Out Solutions package includes a customized approach to well completions. We maximize efficiencies through our next generation coiled tubing and pumping equipment. Our average rig-up time has been reduced by as much as 50%. Moreover, with our extensive testing of fluids, we help ensure the success and effectiveness of any plug mill out/wellbore cleanout. We engineered the best fluid for lubricity and viscosity characteristics, to help transport sand/plug or debris from the well. Consequently, we have proven the reduction in the number of short trips, reducing time on location and ultimately your costs. And we provide an integrated approach so you have one point of contact for your job. Inquire about our Drillout Solutions at What is a Drill Out Solutions Package? A complete Engineered Solution package that is designed to help customers increase their completion efficiency and reduce cost. Components of Drill Out Solutions Package Enhanced QuikRig CT Unit The solution package can be used to drill: AMP 1600 or sleeves after the fracturing treatment cement sand plugs sand or Proppants other wellbore cleanout issues System Tools 4 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 5
4 What is a Plug Drill Out Engineered Solution? Over 90 years of science and engineering behind our solutions. With our highly experienced personnel and engineering capabilities, we can customize the drill out solutions package to meet your needs. Our fluid system is lab tested for lubricity and viscosity to help make sure it has the necessary suspension and friction reduction (hydraulic and pipe on pipe) characteristics that are required for the job. Our highly trained and experienced engineers analyze well characteristics and use advanced predictive modeling to determine the most effective solution to maximize efficiency and effectiveness of cleanouts. This helps us deliver safe, reliable, cost-effective and efficient solutions for virtually any operational and drill out challenge. A few examples of our engineered solution are given below: Depth (ft) Run (Non tapered pipe_1) Weight [Trip In/Out] Trip In 1 Lockup 1 Trip Cut 1 Yield Surface Weight (lbf) Project Name: Extended Reach with Pipe Sensitivity Halliburton has all the components to make it happen Currently, different service providers or vendors provide different services on location during the plug drill out or cleanout operations. This can create complexity, reduced efficiency, and higher cost. Halliburton has all the different services available that are needed for any plug drill out or wellbore cleanout challenge. We have the technology, experience and resources available to address your needs. Our Drill Out Solutions Package can help you increase economic completions efficiency and provide more synergy between different services on location. CT Pre-job modeling utilizing IWI software Engineered CT String design to access longer laterals Tailored and lab tested fluid rheology for optimized velocities and enhanced cleanup Hydraulics and forces modeling to help determine rate, pressures and lock-up issues selection to match fluid rates, isolation barriers, and extended reach targets Detailed job procedures in consideration of all information above Real Time decision making Real time monitoring and data acquisition of critical job parameters Real time fluid diagnostics and changes One Complete Solution Package that offers increased economic completion efficiency and more synergy between different services. Real time monitoring of key indicators to determine short trips Post Job Analysis Compare model results to actual field data Implement lessons learned s report with details on fluid and additives usage and inventory Above all, simplicity for all services with a single point of contact. 6 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 7
5 CT Drill Out Solutions Package Components Enhanced QuikRig Coiled Tubing System The next generation coiled tubing system is designed to enable faster rig-up and enhance safety. The CT spread is suitable for coiled tubing applications in both new and mature fields and offers several benefits: Enables faster rig-up Significant reduction in rig-up time Improves efficiency Pre-assembled well-control stack significantly reduces rig-up time Enhances safety Mast trolley system reduces the possibility of dropped objects Reduces need for working under suspended load The new coiled tubing unit is especially suited for frac-plug mill-outs due to its large-capacity well-control stack (up to 5 1/8-inch 15K) and its ability to contain a full milling in its riser stack. The CT spread has several unique features: Versatile reel trailer can accommodate both V95K and new 125K injectors on tilt trailer Unique mast design enables a large variety of well-control package sizes with varying riser-stack lengths to be mounted on the trailer, ensuring a customized solution to nearly all of your operational challenges 8 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 9
6 CT CT AMP 1600 Increased Horsepower and Reliability with Smaller Footprint The next generation pumping trailer, is a high-horsepower pumping unit combining liquid additive storage, dosing, mixing, and pumping onto a single chassis designed specifically for coiled tubing applications. Increased reliability Two independent and ambidextrous pumping systems, each with their own hydraulic systems HT-400 TM triplex pump fitted with 4.0 in. fluid ends delivering approximately 8bbl/min at 3,500 psi for each side Reduced footprint and personnel Single trailer design eliminates the need for additional tote, pumping trailers and mixing plants is fitted with two completely separate mixing systems offering 100 percent redundancy in operations The trailer carries 3 UN31A approved stainless steel transport totes enabling gels or friction reducers to be carried on the trailer Reduced Cost No additional 3rd party mixing plants required on locations Complete Package from Thru-Tubing Tools Halliburton has a broad inventory and range of fishing, milling and other specialty tools that are specifically designed for thru-tubing applications. Standard CT Tools Horizontal Toe Prep Tubing Conveyed Perforating (TCP) Conveyance Tools Milling and Cleanout Remove composite, CIBP or ball seats in sliding sleeve systems A broad selection of mills and bits to address each particular plug and well conditions Cement and scale in casing of production tubing / nipple removal Fishing s 10 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 11
7 CT CT CoilSweep System An Engineered System The success and effectiveness of any plug mill out/wellbore cleanout depends on the fluid system s characteristics, especially in the case of horizontal and extended reach wells. Our CoilSweep TM fluid system combines CT expertise and fluid technology for optimum cleaning efficiency. We did an extensive research and lab testing to engineer our fluid system Lubricity testing to select the best hydraulic and pipe-on-pipe friction reducers that can help reduce surface treating pressures, get desired rates through CT and help CT access extended reach laterals Mimic viscosity testing to make sure that the selected gel has the suspension and transport characteristics that are needed to carry/remove the sand/plug or other debris from the lateral Components of CoilSweep System High Salt Tolerant Friction Reducer Effective either in fresh water or in water containing total dissolved solids (TDS) up to 250,000 ppm. Residue free Better cleanup / regain permeability as compared to FR-66 friction reducer An Optimized System Solution Achieving Economic Completion Efficiency Our CoilSweep fluid system is tailored and engineered to have a better rheology. The optimized fluid system will help operators increase efficiency by reducing or eliminating the number of short trips in between plug drill outs or sand cleanouts while maintaining safety and cleaning effectiveness. This will help reduce: time on location cost fluids used running footage COST System with better rheology Optimized Suspension and Cleaning Characteristics CoilSweep Pipe on Pipe Lubricant It is a liquid and will not screen out of the system. Suitable for applications up to 300 F Reduced Number of Short Trips Provide excellent suspension and hole cleaning properties Viscosifier Easy to mix Helps minimize formation damage Reduce Time on Location EFFICIENCY 12 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 13
8 CT CT Obsidian AND Fas Drill Unique composite material with no metal content provides for ease in drilling Enhanced reliability allows run-in speeds in horizontal sections up to 250 ft/min and speeds in vertical sections up to 450 ft/min Halliburton s pump down calculator evaluates run-in speeds and pump rates to help ensure successful plug deployment Allows flow back from below plug Saves rig time and reduces casing damage caused by long drill-out processes Lower pin design prevents plug-off from below Ideal for vertical, deviated or horizontal wells Excellent drill-out times Available in in. and in. sizes The intense activity in onshore shale exploration and production with increasingly complex well designs has heightened the need for reliable and safe equipment. Operators can count on Halliburton to deliver the highest standards of pressure control and flowback services to help provide the safest and most reliable technology available, designed entirely to deliver the highest level of efficiency to optimize your production. High-pressure operations demand equipment that operates flawlessly. For well control, snubbing and production cleanup, we offer rental equipment that meets our tough standards and the HPHT requirements for deep wells and unconventional plays. Our highly trained and experienced pressure control experts are on location all the way from assembly to project execution, operating and maintaining the equipment to our stringent safety and reliability criteria throughout the project This enhances safety and reliability during the operation We offer a more complete line of pressure control services Our equipment meets all API, PSL3, H 2 S and NACE guidelines, and is specifically designed for difficult, high-pressure/ high-temperature operations 14 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 15
9 Address Proppant Issues in Same CT Trip Proppant Control Proppant flowback and formation fines production cost operators millions of dollars every year through loss of production and expensive equipment damage. Wells experiencing these problems require remediation from routine wellbore cleanouts, to expensive artificial lift equipment repairs. Halliburton s service addresses these challenges by providing proppant flowback control in a safer and easier to use system. Provides cohesion between proppant grains without damaging permeability or conductivity of proppant pack Helps maintain highly conductive fractures and long-term productivity High flash point makes system easier to manage Easy cleanup, no special solvents required on location for equipment cleaning CT We can perform the treatment service at the end after drilling out all plugs or after wellbore cleanout in the same trip. This capability offers operators several benefits: No need for separate treatment Significant reduction in cost and time for treatment as compared to performing a separate individual treatment Increased efficiency Effective placement through Coiled Tubing as compared to bull-heading from surface Pulsonix Simulation Technology to be incorporated in the future in highly effective way Different Versions of Drill Out Solution Packages Solution packages can be tailored and customized to meet the needs, improve efficiency and ROI. Package A Package B Package C Package D EQR CT Unit AMP 1600 Pump System EQR CT Unit AMP 1600 Pump System EQR CT Unit AMP 1600 Pump System EQR CT Unit AMP 1600 Pump System Plug Pulsonix TFA tool is equipped with both side and bottom ports for direct impingement on perforations. Treatment Photomicrograph of proppant coated ABC agent. Notice that the material migrates to the contact points of the proppant grains and does not plug the porosity. 16 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 17
10 How will it benefit the customer? Potential Time and Cost Savings for Customers by utilizing New Engineered Drill Out Solutions Package Improved Efficiency Less time on location Enhanced cleaning characteristics Single point of contact Improved time to production Reduced Safety Risk EQR benefits Enhanced collaboration and familiarity Reduction of personnel exposure Assumptions for a typical Plug Drill Out Job in Eagle Ford: 2" CT 18,000' MD (11,000' TVD) 16 plugs to drill Comparison between a drill out run with 3 short trips (drilling 4 plugs each time) vs. a drill out run with no short trips Our engineered approach to drill plugs help reduce or eliminate the need for short trips Customer Total Volume Pumped Decreased by 32.2% 1,033 bbls saved is two frac tanks Maximum Pipe Fatigue Added Decreased by 68% More pipe life 336,000' total footage possible instead of 200,000 Technology Optimized System Engineered CT String design to access longer laterals Pre-job modeling using IWI On-site fluid testing Address proppant flowback issue in same trip Reduced Cost No need for additional 3rd party mixing plants Less fluids used Less time of location Reduced running footage and cycles Total Running Footage Decreased by 41% Cost savings of $10,000 $12,000 depending on footage charge based on internal pressure Total Time in Well Decreased by 30% 7 hrs saved on location ~ $10,000 - $12,000 saved on CT equipment and personnel depending on pricing 18 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 19
11 Why Halliburton? When you put competent people, innovative surface equipment, and engineering together, you get results effective cleanouts while enhancing safety and efficiency. Key Values: Reliability Efficiency Next generation surface equipment Fewer equipment failures less time in hole Tools inspected and re-dressed after every job to manufacturer s specs Optimized and engineered fluid system Extensive training for field personnel Tailored solution package for challenging conditions and needs Safety as a value, not just a priority Multiple layers of support through engineering designs. We provide more than Tools and Equipment. We provide SOLUTIONS! Contact your local Halliburton representative for more information. 20 Drillout Solutions Package Drillout Solutions Package 21
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