Data required to drill

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Data required to drill
Alberto Sanchez
Director, Information Technology
Transocean
[email protected]
www.iadc.org
www.atwd.com
www.hpidc.com
www.gsfdrill.com
www.enscous.com
www.noblecorp.com
www.gwdrilling.com
www.deepwater.com
www.parkerdrilling.com
www.diamondoffshore.com
www.prideinternational.com
Drilling Services &
Equipment Suppliers
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International Association of Drilling
Contractors
Mission: Promote commitment to safety, preservation of the
environment and advances in drilling technology.
Information Technology Solutions Committee
Mission Statement:
Through a collaborative effort, the Information Technology
Solutions Committee provides an exchange for the drillingrelated industry to improve the use of information and
communications technologies to meet the expectations of
our customers and provide value to our individual
companies.
Information Technology managers, directors and CIOs
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Drilling Contractors
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Alexander Drilling Inc., USA
Atwood Oceanics, Inc., USA
Aztec International Inc., Thailand
Bandera Drilling, USA
Big E Drilling Company, USA
Big 6 Drilling, USA
Bulf Drilling & Oil Servicii SRL, Romania
Caza Drilling, Inc., USA
Challenger International, USA
Cheyenne Drilling, USA
Compagnie Tunisienne de Forage, Tunisia
Constructora Las Aguilas, S.A., Mexico
CROSCO Integrated Drill. & Well Sves Co,
Ltd.,Croatia
Cyclone Drilling, Inc., USA
Dalma Energy & Co., LLC, Oman
Dewanchand Ramsaran Ind. (P) Ltd., India
Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc., USA
Dolphin Drilling Ltd., United Kingdom
Egyptian Drilling Company, Egypt
Elenburg Exploration, USA
ENSCO International Inc., USA
Excell Drilling Co., USA
Felderhoff Brothers Drilling, USA
Frigstad Offshore Pte. Ltd., Singapore
Frontier Drilling ASA, Norway
George N. Mitchell Drilling Co, USA
GlobalSantaFe Corp, USA
Grant Prideco, USA
Great Wall Drilling Company, P.R. China
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Grey Wolf Inc, USA
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Gunnebo Johnson Corporation, USA
Heart Land Drilling, Inc., USA
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Helmerich & Payne International Drilling
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Co., USA
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ITAG Tiefbohr GmbH & Co., Germany
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IRoilRigs International LTD, China
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Japan Drilling Co., Ltd., Japan
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Jindal Drilling & Industries Ltd., India
Justiss Oil Co., USA
KCA Deutag Drilling Ltd., United Kingdom •
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Kenai Drilling, USA
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Maersk Contractors, Denmark
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Martex Drilling, USA
MB Petroleum Services, Sultanate of Oman •
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MND Servisni a.s., Czech Republic
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Mesa Drilling, USA
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Moncla Wellservice, USA
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Nabors Industries Inc, USA
Nicklos Drilling Company, USA
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Noble Corp., USA
Oil & Gas Exploration Company Cracow Ltd, •
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Poland
Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited, India •
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Parker Drilling Company, USA
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Patterson - UTI Energy Inc, USA
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Paul Graham Drilling, USA
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Pergemine S.p.A., Italy
Petcon (M.) Sdn. Bhd., Malaysia
Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., Venezuela
Petrorama Trading LLC, UAE
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Pioneer Drilling Company, USA
Poszukiwania Nafty i Gazu "NAFTA" Sp.
z o.o., Poland
Precision Drilling International, Canada
Pride International, USA
Ram Oil Services Co., Ltd., Iraq
Rapad Drilling & Well Service, USA
Rompetrol, Romania
Rotary Drilling Services Co. Ltd.,
Thailand
Rowan Companies Inc., USA
Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
Scandrill Inc., USA
Schlumberger, France/USA
Spradling Oil Inc., USA
SST Energy Corporation, USA
Superior Energy Services, USA
S W Jack Drilling Company, USA
Technicoil Integrated Services, Inc.,
USA
Tesco Corporation (US), USA
Transocean Inc., USA
True Drilling L.L.C., USA
Union Drilling, Inc., USA
Unit Corporation, USA
Western Drilling, USA
Wisco-Moran Drilling Company, USA
Zaklad Robot Gorniczych, Poland
IADC – ITS Committee
• Forums, Share expertise, Technology Reviews
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Business IT – ERP – Several implementations in progress
Procurement and Construction projects management
Rig Inventory & Maintenance
Infrastructure
• Email, Network, Security, Applications Servers …
• Communications: Phones, Inmarsat, VSats …
• Reporting – Rig/Base Ops, QHSE, POB, Rig Mgt, Rig Stability, …
• Rarely involved with Data Acquisition, usually Engineering
or with Eqt suppliers, Varco, MDTotco, Hitec, National,
ElectroWave USA, Sense Technology …
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Who said Stability program …
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Drilling Rigs Costs & Day Rates
> $10-15K
$25K
$50K
$75k
> 90% of rigs
$5 – 100M
$150K
$200K >
< 10% of rigs
$100 – 500M
$35-50K
$75-100K $100-130k $140-160K $175-200K
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Rig Repair Cost …
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After $25M repair
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Rig Data Required & some time Acquired
• Data required to drill
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Hook Load, Weight On Bit
Pressure data (casing, stand pipe ...)
Rotary Table data (torque, speed …)
Top Drive data (torque, speed …)
Pumps data (speed, strokes …)
Block data (position, speed, rate of penetration, …)
Drawworks, pipes, string length, stands count …,
Mud data (flow in, out, gain / loss, density …)
Tanks data (trip, total mud …)
Hole data (bit depth, total depth…)
HP/HT data
• additional data acquired, Alarms and Rig Mgt
• Eqt control & monitoring, Engines, Dynamic positioning & Ballast system,
Video monitoring Alarms, Gas detection and alarms
• Riser Tensioner data, Ton cycles, TonMile
• Environmental data, GPS, Winds, Currents …
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In general data required real time, very little analysis
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A Drilling Instrumentation
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Land & Barge Rigs
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Drilling Instrumentation …
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Jackups
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Semi-Sumerbsibles
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Drilling Instrumentation …
Computerized …
… without
conventional gauges
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Drilling Ships
Operating Displacements
Drillships
19,750 st
Peregrine I
25,230 st
Seven Seas
75,000 st
GSF CR Luigs
110,250 st
Enterprise
113,557 st
Pathfinder
Semisusbmersibles
39,284 st
Ocean Baroness
51,250 st
GSF Dev Drillers
57,969 st
Horizon
58,096 st
Leiv Eiriksson
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Drilling Instrumentation …
National/Hitec
Varco/MD Totco
Sense
Technology
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Integrated Well Construction Center
150 nodes on dual
backbone network, 40
PLCs, 6 servers, 50 PCs
PRS Operator
Driller
Winch & ROV Panel
Directional Driller
MWD / LWD
BOP Control Panel
Wireline, Mud
Engineers
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90’s IT Challenges for Drillers …
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12 years, MDS system, $20M Eng. & 12 installations
6 years - IADC electronic Daily Drilling Report, 97 - 98
6 years, Driller’s Display, 40 systems in operations
5 years, Global Reporting System, 1998 - 2000
3 years, IT rig services and systems integration
2-3 years, Maurer Tally Sheet, Pocket PC for the drill floor
2 year, eDrill … remote eqt support and monitoring
… Drillers will have to share more with other players
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Rigs Data To Be Shared
• Well logging, DD, MWD, LWD, W&T, Mud logs …
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Contractual Daily Drilling Report
POB & Safety information.
Certifications and Trainings
Real time Drill Floor data
Smart Alarms: kick, stuck pipe prevention …
Real Time equipment support & Monitoring
Sensors/channels data sharing between players
Shore rig mgt & ops support, safety & performance
Operators and services, private network on the rigs
Well control and Well construction services
Today, GSF building 2 rigs WITSML enabled
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More Recent IT Challenges for Drillers
• Mergers, G/SF, T/SF/RBF …
• 5th Generation rigs, Deepwater and Harsh environment,
more technology demanding
• Performance Analysis & Tracking to Reduce DT
• Enhance delivery and enlarge services
• Higher Costs & Higher Competition
• Not anymore only a rate for each day on contract:
– Incentive programs, higher day rates justifiable by performance,
Deeper waters, Dual activity rigs, new drilling technology
• High turn over, Nationalizations, Know how collection
• KM & Lateral Learning
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WITSML for Drillers …
• Drilling industry is conservative, more than oilfield
• IT involvement in drilling is very recent, early 90’s
• As our industry starts to see the need to exchange for
better rig management and integration as well as
enhanced service delivery
• WITSML is seen as an important initiative by some
• Drillers move will depend on Operators requirements
• IADC will follow and support
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Thank You … Questions
Alberto Sanchez
Director, Information Technology
Transocean
[email protected]
www.iadc.org
www.atwd.com
www.hpidc.com
www.gsfdrill.com
www.enscous.com
www.noblecorp.com
www.gwdrilling.com
www.deepwater.com
www.parkerdrilling.com
www.diamondoffshore.com
www.prideinternational.com
Drilling Services &
Equipment Suppliers
Calgary – 29 April 2004
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