Baker Hughes Expert Hour -- Eliminating stick-slip and other costly drilling dysfunctions with innovative bit technology

Recorded On: 05/17/2017

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Downhole drilling dysfunctions have been studied in great detail by both operators and service companies. This webinar will focus on the impact to fixed cutter drill bits and discuss new mitigation technologies to increase bit life and improve drilling efficiencies.  A selection of field case histories will also be shared, demonstrating the value of reducing downhole vibrations on overall bit performance and time to complete wells.

Anthony Phillips

Baker Hughes

Mr. Phillips graduated in 2006, with a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Queens University, Belfast, Northern Ireland. He worked for a short period as a MWD/LWD engineer before moving into a CAD/CAM engineering role. He then joined Baker Hughes Drill Bits in 2008 as a PDC Bit Design Engineer in Northern Ireland, before relocating to The Woodlands, Texas in 2010. There he has worked as a Product Engineer specializing in Casing/Liner Bits. In 2013 he moved to the Global Technical Support group as an Applications Engineer for drill bit products including PDC, Hybrid, Casing/Liner Bits and In-Bit Sensing. Moving to his current role in 2015 with the Diamond Product Development group, he works on developing future generations of PDC bits, currently leading the efforts for the TerrAdaptTM and StayTrueTM technologies.

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05/17/2017 at 10:00 AM (EDT)   |  80 minutes
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