PRESENTATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

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SESSION II

 

SESSION III

SESSION IV

SESSION V

SESSION VI

SESSION VII

SESSION VIII

SESSION I

SESSION II

SESSION III

SESSION IV

SESSION VI

SESSION V – POSTERS

SESSION VII

SESSION VIII

 

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SESSION O

SESSION I

SESSION II

SESSION III

  • IPS-16-21 A Step Change in Multistage Perforating. Pedro Hernandez (Schlumberger)
  • IPS-16-22 Mitigating the Problems in Select-Fire Perforating Operations. Josh Howk (Hunting Titan)
  • IPS-16-23 Lowering Total Cost of Operations Through Higher Perforating Efficiency while simultaneously enhancing safety. JW Segura (Weatherford)

SESSION IV

  • IPS-16-32 Numerical and experimental study on the high strain rate deformation of tubes for perforating gun applications Maurizio Bellingardi (Tenaris)
  • IPS-16-39 Plastic Collapse Behaviors of Perforating Guns with Scallops.Haifeng Zhao (Schlumberger)

SESSION V – POSTERS

  • IPS-16-06 Exposure of Time and Temperature Effects on HMX Explosive Powders Shaun Geerts (Owen Oil Tools)
  • IPS-16-07 Institute of Makers of Explosives Safety Analysis for Risk (IMESAFR): A Quantitative Risk Analysis Tool for Analyzing Perforating Gun Safety. Ronald Thomas (Institute of Makers of Explosives)
  • IPS-16-12 Purpose-Designed Perforating Charge Delivers Superior and Consistent Performance in Hydraulic Stimulation Operations in the Williston Basin. John Pinkett (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-13 Improved Frac Efficiency Using Focused Perforating. Hema Prapoo (Allied Horizontal Wireline)
  • IPS-16-18 The Development and Deployment of and Ultra High Pressure TCP System in the Gulf of Mexico. Charlie McClean (Baker Hughes)
  • IPS-16-19 A Method Of Mapping And Perforating Wells With Fiber Optics Outside Casing On Wireline. Guy Hadsall (Hunting Titan)
  • IPS-16-20 6 -3/4-in. Industry Leading Gun System for HP Sand Control Applications. David Suire (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-24 Field Trial Results from a Pumpdown Tension Tool. Cort Peavy (Impact Selector International)
  • IPS-16-25 Innovative Pump Down Solutions Reduce Nonproductive Time by Eliminating Coil Tubing Perforation and Helping Reduce Pump Down Fluid Requirements. Jim Hill (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-26 Field Application Study of Zinc Based, Low Debris Perforating Charges. Steven Zuklic (Baker Hughes)
  • IPS-16-32 Numerical and experimental study on the high strain rate deformation of tubes for perforating gun applications. Maurizio Bellingardi (Tenaris Dalmine S.p.A.)
  • IPS-16-33 An Adaptive Shock Absorber for Perforating Gun Shock. Haifeng Zhao and Alex Lee (Schlumberger)
  • IPS-16-34 Computations of the Stress on a Fluid-filled Gun for Survival. Stuart Wood (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-39 Plastic Collapse Behaviors of Perforating Guns with Scallops. Haifeng Zhao (Schlumberger)
  • IPS-16-40 TCP Debris Sub Ultimate Strength for Recovery Operation. Haifeng Zhao (Schlumberger)
  • IPS-16-41 A New FEA Model to Understand Perforating Structural Failure. Gerald Craddock (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-42 Underbalance Optimization using a Laboratory-Based Fast Computational Model. Derek Bale (Baker Hughes)
  • IPS-16-47 Operator Uses Advanced Perforation Flow Laboratory to Support HMX Perforating by Coiled Tubing in HP/HT Field. Dennis Haggerty and Jacob McGregor (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-48 The Effects of Hydrostatic Pressure on Limited Penetration Perforating Systems. James Kinsey (Owen Oil Tools)
  • IPS-16-49 New Insights into Optimizing Perforation Clean Up and Enhancing Productivity with Zinc-Case Shaped Charges. Rajani Satti (Baker Hughes)
  • IPS-16-50 Testing to Optimize Perforating Strategy in Shallow, High Viscosity Oil Wells – Through Enhanced API RP 19B Section IV Data and Results. Kevin Harive (Halliburton)

SESSION VI

  • IPS-16-05 Improved Process Yields Extreme Temperature Detonators. Jonathon Bragg (Pacific Scientific)
  • IPS-16-14 Innovative Solution Delivers First Ever Acoustically Initiated TCP Firing Head. Kevin Harive (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-16 Acoustic Firing for Selective Reservoir Connection. Jose Escudero (Schlumberger)

SESSION VII

  • IPS-16-28 Economical & repeatable method of obtaining dynamic under balance. David Cuthill (GEODynamics)
  • IPS-16-29 Simulating Perforating Shock on an Intelligent Completions Interval Control Valve. James Wight (Halliburton)
  • IPS-16-31 Physics of under balance in TCP operation. Hanaey Ibrahim (PDO)
  • IPS-16-30 Automatic Release Anchored Gun String Dynamics under Perforating Shock. Haifeng Zhao and Mohamed Mehdi (Schlumberger)

SESSION VIII

  • IPS-16-36 Next-Generation Dynamic Event Model for Perforated Completions. Derek Bale (Baker Hughes)
  • IPS-16-37 A new method for predicting perforation entrance hole diameter. David Cuthill (GEODynamics)

SESSION IX

  • IPS-16-08 Statistics Based System Design for Perforated Clusters. John Hardesty (GEODynamics)
  • IPS-16-09 A Novel Frac-Optimized Perforating System for Unconventional Wells: Development and Field-Trial. Rajani Satti (Baker Hughes)
  • IPS-16-10 Advancing Consistent Hole Charge Technology to Improve Well Productivity. Christopher Sokolove (Hunting Titan)
  • IPS-16-11 Perforating Charges Engineered to Optimize Hydraulic Stimulation Outperform Industry Standard and Reactive Liner Technology. John Pinkett (Halliburton)

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