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  • Document no.: 96021453Rev. no.: 0 Date : 09.10.97

    3.3 FMT Summary

    Two runs with the Schlumberger MDT tool was run. In the first run -1A - nosamples was taken due to a short in the pumpmodule i.e. only pressure readingsobtained. Out of 45 attempts only 5 good pressure readings was obtained.Run IB was the run for sampling. Tree samples was taken and 4acceptable pressure points out of 26 attepts.

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    96021453Date: 09.10.97

    MDT PRESSURES WELL 6506/11-5S

    Figure 3.3.1 Formation Pressure (bar)liiiiiilillljlllill

    Illiiin

    1A-11A-2

    1A-31A^

    1A-5

    1A-61A-7

    1A-8

    1A-91A-101A-111A-121A-131A-141A-151A-161A-17

    1A-18

    1A-191A-20

    1A-21

    1A-22

    1A-23

    1A-24

    1A-25

    :i:i::!:iS:i:;:i:;:iBSS:

    4250,104250,10

    4253,604253,60

    4253,60

    4255,004258,50

    4259,00

    4262,604280,504291,604331,004342,604347,004355,004367,004410,00

    4466,00

    4471,004474,90

    4476,00

    4512,00

    4521,00

    4530,00

    4533,00

    SS;i ^ : S: iS^

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    4190,504190,50

    4194,104194,10

    4194,10

    4195,004198,90

    4199,40

    4203,004220,904232,004271,404283,004287,304295,304307,204350,50

    4406,10

    4411,004415,00

    4416,00

    4460,90

    4469,90

    4472,90

    III! till

    7,00

    0,60

    5,0020,00

    20,00

    1,401,40

    2,30

    3,4020,001,601,801,70

    20,0020,0020,002,40

    4,50

    2,504,00

    2,20

    3,00

    2,30

    3,20

    Illlllllli

    |||||||||

    illlliiii^iliiiiIllllllilll

    484,17

    493,87

    482,61

    485,28484,45485,63474,95474,31474,30474,57474,87

    497,43

    486,05

    488,65

    ||j|i|| ||i|!i|||

    IlllilllllllillllLow

    Still increasing

    GoodLost seal

    Lost seal

    LowTight

    Tight

    LowModerate

    LowLowLowGood

    ModerateModerate

    Tight

    Still increase

    Supercharge ?. Seal failure

    Still increasing

    Lost seal

    ???

    Supercharged

    Tight

    Illllllilll

    iliilliliiIlllilj

    0,05

    161,00

    0,20

    0,501,800,400,800,5018,604,002,30

    0,20

    0,10

    Illiiiili^^iiiiiiiiiliiiiii

    iMittiiMIllllllllllllll

    CQGCQG

    CQGCQG

    CQG

    CQGCQG

    CQG

    CQGCQGCQGCQGCQGCQGCQGCQGCQG

    CQG

    CQGCQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

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    1A-26 ' ~" ' 4536,00

    1A-27 4541,00

    1A-28 4545,50

    1A-29 4554,50

    1A-30 4559,50

    1A-31 4563,50

    1A-32 4576,00

    1A-33 4594,90

    1A-34 4610,00

    1A-35 4633,20

    1A-36 4652,50

    1A-37) 4671,00

    1A-38 4675,001A-39 4683,00

    1A-40 4689,50

    lA^l 4708,00

    1A-42 4708,50

    1A-43 4743,40

    1A-44 4750,00

    1A^5 4780,00

    1A^6 4781,00

    1A-47 4781,50

    1A-48 4782,00

    1B^9 4671,20IB-50 4671,50

    IB-51 4672,20IB-52 4672,60IB-53 4673,00IB-54 4673,50IB-55 4674,00IB-56 4674,00

    IB-57 4707,80

    IB-58 4708,10

    IB-59 4708,60

    4575,90

    4480,80

    4485,30

    4494,30

    4499,30

    4503,30

    4515,70

    4534,60

    4549,60

    4572,70

    4591,90

    4610,30

    4614,304622,20

    4628,70

    4647,10

    4647,60

    4682,50

    4689,00

    4718,90

    4719,80

    4720,30

    4720,80

    4610,504610,80

    4611,504611,904612,304612,804613,304613,30

    4647,00

    20,00

    20,00

    3,80

    20,00

    8,20

    20,00

    9,40

    2,45

    3,10

    2,31

    2,10

    21,502,12

    2,79

    2,48

    3,20

    12,20

    2,502,10

    20,003,201,703,40

    20,00

    3,60

    3,30

    3,10

    486,41

    488,49487,11

    486,44486,86486,75486,45486,43

    No seal, 2x

    No seal

    Tight

    No seal

    Still increasing

    No seal

    Tight

    No seal

    Tight

    Tight

    Seal fail

    Tight

    ModerateTight

    No seal

    Tight

    Tight

    No seal

    No seal

    Tight

    No seal

    No seal

    No seal

    ModerateLow

    ModerateModerateModerate

    $*&$$[Sampiy

    Re^eTSample

    Lost seal

    Lost seal

    Lost seal x 2

    5,00

    1,90

    5,904,901,803,90

    24,40

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQGCQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

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    CQG

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    CQGCQGCQGCQGCQGCQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    Page 37 of 54

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    IB-60

    IB-61

    IB-62

    IB-63

    IB-64

    IB-65

    IB-66

    4709,1

    4711,5

    4711,7

    4466,5

    4467,6

    4469,0

    4471,0

    IB-67 4474,0

    IB-68)

    IB-69)IB-68IB-69

    IB-70

    4475,0

    4476,0

    4476,34529,5

    4530,1

    IB-71 4536,0

    IB-72

    IB-73 1

    4553,5

    4347,0

    rig. J.z.i.

    Well 6506/1 1-5S

    4709,10

    4711,50

    4711,70

    4466,50

    4467,60

    4469,00

    4471,00

    4474,00

    4475,00

    4476,00

    4476,304529,50

    4530,10

    4536,00

    4553,50

    4347,00

    4650,60

    4650,80

    4406,60

    4407,60

    4409,00

    4411,00

    4414,00

    4415,00

    4416,004416,404469,40

    4470,00

    4475,90

    4493,30

    3,20

    3,00

    2,40

    2,80

    2,50

    4,20

    2,50

    2,50

    2,60

    2,305,002,50

    2,70

    2,50

    5,70

    2,70

    491,27492,30

    474,69

    Tight

    Tight

    Tight

    Tight

    Tight

    Tight

    Tight

    Tight

    Tight

    LowLowTight

    Seal fail

    Seal fail

    No seal

    Lost seal

    0,701,60

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQGCQGCQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    CQG

    Temperature Plot based on wells in the area.

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  • Document no.: 96021453Rev. no.: 0 Date : 09.10.97

    3.4 Well Testing

    Well 6506/11-5S was considered as an observation well during the extended welltest of 6506/12-1 IS, to evaluate communication between the two wells. The cleanup of 6506/11-5S was performed by a separate standard well test string before thepressure monitoring completion string was attemted to be ran. As the evaluation ofthe pressure response in 6506/11-5S was the main objective the clean up flow periodwas limited to approx. 1 hour or one string volume only to ensure communication tothe formation and to clean out brine from the perforated interval.Unfortunally, due to technical problems, running of the pressure monitoringcompletion string was abondend and no pressure data observed during the test of6506/12-11S(R).

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    96021453Date: 09.10.97

    4.10 Drilling Fluid Summary

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  • Anchor Ml Drilling Fluids

    OPERATOR: STATOILTOTAL MATERIAL COST AND CONSUMPTION

    Anchor Ml Drilling Fluids

    WELL: 6506/11-5S

    Product Unit Unit price Cost 17 1/2" Cost 121/4" Cost 81/2" Cost DST Cost Total Total costsize NOK sect NOK sect NOK sect NOK sect. OBMl NOK sect. OBMl NOK sect NOKj consumed NOK

    Barite mt 708,68 88 62363,84 18 12756,24 130 92 128,40 530 375 600,40 95 67 324,60 44 31 181,92 905 641 355,40Base Oil m3 2946,86 105 309420.30 88 259 323,68 20 628,02 200 589 372,00Base Oil KSU m3 3094.20 77 238 253.40 24 753,60 85 263 007,00Anco Vert P Jlfl. 33,00 8550 262 150,00 9500 313500,00 1900 62700,00 19950 658 350,00Anco Vert S _kg_ 33,25 3800 126 360,00 4750 157937,50 950 31 587,50 9500 315875,00Anco Vert Vis 31,29 4125 129071.25 3425 107 168,25 75 2346,75 762! 238 586,25Anco Vert F Ja. 27,90 2000 55800,00 6200 172980,00 8200 780,00Anco Vert M Jsa. 54,60 950 51 870,00 190 10374,00 1140 62244,00CaCI2 Jss_ 2,63 4650 12229,50 3550 9336,50 50 131,50 8250 21 697,50Lime JO. 2,02 80 161,60 60 121,20 5400 10908,00 5860 11 837,20 11400 23 028,00Celpol ESL 30,49 9625 293 466,25 9625 293 466,25Anco 206, 1m3 m3 16355,85 15 245 337,75 15 245 337,75Anco 206, 2,2 m3 m3 17405.85 18,9 328 970,57 19 328 970,57Anco Superwash J

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    REF(S) '-'-- - -

    Richard PatienceORDER NO: G96-23CONTRACT NO: DTJ020215

    TITLE

    Geochemical Analysis of Gas and CondensateSamples from two Smorbukk Wells

    AUTHOR(S)

    Henning Jensen

    GEOLAB PROJECT NO.

    62326

    PROJECT MANAGER

    Henning Jensen, Snr. Scientist

    REPORT N07FILE

    DATE

    27.01.97

    QA RESPONSIBLE

    Peter B. Hall, Snr. Scientist

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    RATET

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