RATE OF PENETRATION INCREASE AS A RESULT OF NEGATIVE-PULSE TELEMETRY APPLICATION WITH COMPRESSED DATA TRANSMISSION
Garipov A.V. – Solution Engineering Manager, Halliburton, Andrey.Garipov@halliburton.com
Galimkhanov A.R. – Well Engineer, Halliburton, Aydar.Galimkhanov@halliburton.com
Tur D.Yu. – Drilling Engineer, Halliburton, Dmitry.firstname.lastname@example.org
Khalilov A.S. – Drilling Technical Advisor, Halliburton, Almaz.Khalilov@halliburton.com
Pogurets V.V. – Director of Drilling and Workover Operations, JSC “Yamal LNG”, Valeriy.Pogurets@yamalspg.ru
Rybalkin A.A. – Deputy Director of Drilling and Workover Operations, JSC “Yamal LNG”, Alexey.Rybalkin@yamalspg.ru
Yavorskiy A.A. – Chief Production Engineer, ERIELL NEFTEGAZSERVICE LLC, email@example.com
Maltsev V.A. – Chief specialist of technological service, ERIELL NEFTEGAZSERVICE LLC, Vladimir.firstname.lastname@example.org
Key words: telemetry system on negative pulses, compression data transmission, MWD / LWD, ROP and Run Speed increase, data transmission density.
The article describes new technical and technological solutions which decrease limitations on the log data transmission during horizontal wells drilling. This increase the rate of penetration (ROP) without losing the quality of the data from the downhole sensors. The authors describe the principle of operation of telemetry on negative pulses and the technology of compression data transmission. The article also presents the results of 6 horizontal wells construction.