Causes for Cement Plug Failures and Proactive Measures to Maximize Success

Recorded On: 11/21/2019

It is quite well known within the Industry that cement plug placement and its success in the first attempt is challenging. There are multitude of reasons for failures, such as improper hole cleaning, lack of adequate support for the cement plug, placement techniques, inadequate volume etc. This presentation will aim at first understanding the main challenges and causes of failures and then provide guidance on best practices to minimize failures and maximize success. It will encompass Fluid selection, placement techniques and use of softwares so that a comprehensive approach can be adopted as recommendations to address these challenges to minimize the risks of failures.

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Deepak Khatri

Product Line Director, Cementing, Baker Hughes

Mr. Khatri has a total of twenty-two years of industry experience, spread across the Middle East, Europe, Africa and North America. He has worked primarily in oil well cementing and has specialized in the areas of Technical support, design, execution, evaluation of cementing jobs including business and training in relation to cementing. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Bombay University and a Masters’ in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University. To his credit, he has co-authored SPE papers and has published oil well cementing related articles for trade shows. He has delivered presentations at SPE and other Industry Leading Forums.

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11/21/2019 at 9:30 AM (EST)   |  90 minutes
11/21/2019 at 9:30 AM (EST)   |  90 minutes
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Live and Archive Viewing: 0.15 CEU/1.5 PDH credits and certificate available
Live and Archive Viewing: 0.15 CEU/1.5 PDH credits and certificate available