Avoiding Train Wrecks: Point of Constant Pressure (formerly known as CBHP MPD) (6-hour) Micro-conference

Avoiding Train Wrecks: Point of Constant Pressure (formerly known as CBHP MPD) (6-hour) Micro-conference 2019-03-28T15:40:28+00:00
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Avoiding Train Wrecks: Point of Constant Pressure (formerly known as CBHP MPD) – (6-hour) Micro-conference: June 20, 2019

Some operators have successfully used CBHP MPD in forgiving formations (such as the Eagle Ford), providing what may be a false sense of security regarding MPD application. However, subsequent attempts to transition to drilling in less forgiving environments, such as high-pressure, high-temperature (HTHP) environments, has resulted in unmitigated failure of the MPD technique. This 6-hour micro-conference gives tips on how to use Point of Constant Pressure (PoCP) to safely drill challenging downhole environments.

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