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Casing and liners for drilling and completion : design and application, Ted G. Byrom, (electronic book)

Label
Casing and liners for drilling and completion : design and application
Title
Casing and liners for drilling and completion
Title remainder
design and application
Statement of responsibility
Ted G. Byrom
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Once thought of as niche technology, operators today are utilizing more opportunities with casing and liners as formations and environments grow in difficulty, especially with the unconventional oil and gas boom. Casing and liners for Drilling and Completions, 2nd Edition provides the engineer and well designer with up-to-date information on critical properties, mechanics, design basics and newest applications for today's type of well. Renovated and simplified to cover operational considerations, pressure loads, and selection steps, this handbook gives you the knowledge to execute the essenti
Member of
Cataloging source
UMI
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Byrom, Ted G
Dewey number
622/.3381
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TN871.22
LC item number
.B97 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Gulf drilling guides
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Oil well casing
Label
Casing and liners for drilling and completion : design and application, Ted G. Byrom, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Casing and Liners for Drilling and Completion: Design and Application; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Preface; Preface to the First Edition; Acronyms; Chapter 1: Introduction to casing design; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Design basics; 1.3 Conventions used here; 1.3.1 Organization of book; 1.3.2 Units and math; Roundoff; 1.3.3 Casing used in examples; 1.4 Oilfield casing; 1.4.1 Setting the standards; 1.4.2 Manufacture of oilfield casing; 1.4.3 Casing dimensions; 1.4.4 Casing grades; 1.4.5 Connections; 1.4.6 Strengths of casing; 1.4.7 Expandable casing; 1.5 Closure
  • Chapter 2: Casing depth and size determination2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Casing depth determination; 2.2.1 Depth selection parameters; 2.2.2 The experience parameter; 2.2.3 Pore pressure; 2.2.4 Fracture pressure; 2.2.5 Other setting depth parameters; 2.2.6 Conductor casing depth; 2.2.7 Surface casing depth; 2.2.8 Intermediate casing depth; 2.2.9 Setting depths using pore and fracture pressure; 2.3 Casing size selection; 2.3.1 Size selection; 2.3.2 Borehole size selection; 2.3.3 Bit choices; 2.4 Casing string configuration; 2.4.1 Alternative approaches and contingencies; 2.5 Closure
  • Chapter 3: Pressure load determination3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Pressure loads; 3.3 Gas pressure loads; 3.4 Collapse loading; 3.4.1 Collapse load cases; 3.5 Burst loading; 3.5.1 Burst load cases; 3.6 Specific pressure loads; 3.6.1 Conductor casing; 3.6.2 Surface casing; 3.6.3 Intermediate casing; 3.6.4 Production casing; 3.6.5 Liners and tieback strings; 3.6.6 Other pressure loads; 3.7 Example well; 3.7.1 Conductor casing example; 3.7.2 Surface casing example; 3.7.3 Intermediate casing example; 3.7.4 Production casing example; 3.8 Closure; Chapter 4: Design loads and casing selection
  • 4.1 Introduction4.2 Design factors; 4.2.1 Design margin factor; 4.3 Design loads for collapse and burst; 4.4 Preliminary casing selection; 4.4.1 Selection considerations; 4.5 Axial loads and design plot; 4.5.1 Axial load considerations; 4.5.2 Types of axial loads; 4.5.3 Axial load cases; 4.5.4 Axial design loads; 4.6 Collapse with axial loads; 4.6.1 Combined loads; 4.7 Example well; 4.7.1 Conductor casing example; 4.7.2 Surface casing example; 4.7.3 Intermediate casing example; 4.7.4 Production casing example; 4.8 Additional considerations; 4.9 Closure; Chapter 5: Installing casing
  • 5.1 Introduction5.2 Transport and handling; 5.2.1 Transport to location; 5.2.2 Handling on location; 5.3 Pipe measurements; 5.4 Wrong casing?; 5.5 Crossover joints and subs; 5.6 Running casing; 5.6.1 Getting the casing to the rig floor; 5.6.2 Stabbing process; 5.6.3 Filling casing; 5.6.4 Makeup torque; 5.6.5 Thread locking; 5.6.6 Casing handling tools; 5.6.7 Running casing in the hole; 5.6.8 Highly deviated wells; 5.7 Cementing; 5.7.1 Mud removal; 5.8 Landing practices; 5.8.1 Maximum hanging weight; 5.9 Closure and commentary; Chapter 6: Casing performance; 6.1 Introduction
Control code
KNOVEL893919831
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128005705
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Casing and liners for drilling and completion : design and application, Ted G. Byrom, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Casing and Liners for Drilling and Completion: Design and Application; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Preface; Preface to the First Edition; Acronyms; Chapter 1: Introduction to casing design; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Design basics; 1.3 Conventions used here; 1.3.1 Organization of book; 1.3.2 Units and math; Roundoff; 1.3.3 Casing used in examples; 1.4 Oilfield casing; 1.4.1 Setting the standards; 1.4.2 Manufacture of oilfield casing; 1.4.3 Casing dimensions; 1.4.4 Casing grades; 1.4.5 Connections; 1.4.6 Strengths of casing; 1.4.7 Expandable casing; 1.5 Closure
  • Chapter 2: Casing depth and size determination2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Casing depth determination; 2.2.1 Depth selection parameters; 2.2.2 The experience parameter; 2.2.3 Pore pressure; 2.2.4 Fracture pressure; 2.2.5 Other setting depth parameters; 2.2.6 Conductor casing depth; 2.2.7 Surface casing depth; 2.2.8 Intermediate casing depth; 2.2.9 Setting depths using pore and fracture pressure; 2.3 Casing size selection; 2.3.1 Size selection; 2.3.2 Borehole size selection; 2.3.3 Bit choices; 2.4 Casing string configuration; 2.4.1 Alternative approaches and contingencies; 2.5 Closure
  • Chapter 3: Pressure load determination3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Pressure loads; 3.3 Gas pressure loads; 3.4 Collapse loading; 3.4.1 Collapse load cases; 3.5 Burst loading; 3.5.1 Burst load cases; 3.6 Specific pressure loads; 3.6.1 Conductor casing; 3.6.2 Surface casing; 3.6.3 Intermediate casing; 3.6.4 Production casing; 3.6.5 Liners and tieback strings; 3.6.6 Other pressure loads; 3.7 Example well; 3.7.1 Conductor casing example; 3.7.2 Surface casing example; 3.7.3 Intermediate casing example; 3.7.4 Production casing example; 3.8 Closure; Chapter 4: Design loads and casing selection
  • 4.1 Introduction4.2 Design factors; 4.2.1 Design margin factor; 4.3 Design loads for collapse and burst; 4.4 Preliminary casing selection; 4.4.1 Selection considerations; 4.5 Axial loads and design plot; 4.5.1 Axial load considerations; 4.5.2 Types of axial loads; 4.5.3 Axial load cases; 4.5.4 Axial design loads; 4.6 Collapse with axial loads; 4.6.1 Combined loads; 4.7 Example well; 4.7.1 Conductor casing example; 4.7.2 Surface casing example; 4.7.3 Intermediate casing example; 4.7.4 Production casing example; 4.8 Additional considerations; 4.9 Closure; Chapter 5: Installing casing
  • 5.1 Introduction5.2 Transport and handling; 5.2.1 Transport to location; 5.2.2 Handling on location; 5.3 Pipe measurements; 5.4 Wrong casing?; 5.5 Crossover joints and subs; 5.6 Running casing; 5.6.1 Getting the casing to the rig floor; 5.6.2 Stabbing process; 5.6.3 Filling casing; 5.6.4 Makeup torque; 5.6.5 Thread locking; 5.6.6 Casing handling tools; 5.6.7 Running casing in the hole; 5.6.8 Highly deviated wells; 5.7 Cementing; 5.7.1 Mud removal; 5.8 Landing practices; 5.8.1 Maximum hanging weight; 5.9 Closure and commentary; Chapter 6: Casing performance; 6.1 Introduction
Control code
KNOVEL893919831
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128005705
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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