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NREL and the Colorado School of Mines (SURGE) conducted research in FY14 to identify petroleum drilling and completion practices (methods and technologies) that can be transferred to geothermal drilling and completion, to provide the geothermal industry with more effective, lower ...
Visser, C. et al National Renewable Energy Laboratory (2014)
Sep 30, 2014
The coaxial-cable experiment conducted in the lab was with 80 m coaxial cable( RG-85). This experiment compares the TDR response between damaged and undamaged cable. For the damaged cable, the damaged section is in the middle (40 m). The amplitude of the data is mV with time (us).
Wu, Y. and Wang, J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2018)
Mar 15, 2018
The objective of this field test is to validate several technologies for non-invasive well integrity assessment using existing wells with a known completion. The tests were made at the Cymric oil field, which is a steam flood operation. The wells therefore undergo similar downhole...
Wang, J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2019)
Feb 21, 2019
Cymric oil field frequency domain electromagnetic (FEM) data with two parts of data labeled Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 utilizes an electrical source line parallel to the receiver line, while Part 2 utilizes an electrical source line at a 75 deg angle to the receiver line. Data are ...
Wang, J. et al Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2019)
Apr 30, 2019
This experiment is testing the tube waves reflected from the bottom of the well. We put six single-channel geophones on the surface and a 24-channel downhole hydrophone into the well. The well is about 30 meters deep. Just a steel casing in the sand formation, no cement.
Wu, Y. et al Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2018)
Apr 25, 2018
A presentation with notes showing an overview of the last 6 months of the project on high-temperature self-healing inorganic cement composites. General approach, test methods and results for the self-healing cement composites are presented. Data include strength recoveries for 9 c...
Pyatina, T. and Sugama, T. Brookhaven National Laboratory (2017)
Mar 21, 2017
For the model calculation we applied EM3D using completion diagram of CaMI site and a background resistivity consistent with the borehole logs. It was also important to use the accurate position of the return electrode. We note that for the data fit the code also incorporated we...
Wang, J. and Wilt, M. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2019)
Apr 30, 2019
This submission includes the University of Alaska Fairbanks Monthly Research Performance Progress Reports. The goal of this project is to develop an improved cement for geothermal wells.
Khataniar, S. Trabits Group, LLC (2013)
Jan 01, 2013
The steel pipe experiment conducted in the lab was using 6 meter low-carbon steel pipe. We tested it with both dry and in-water condition. In the dry experimental setup, a coaxial cable acting as a return path in the air.
Wang, J. and Wu, Y. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2019)
Jul 23, 2019
Well completions are an integral part of providing safe, reliable and continuous access to underground resources such as oil, gas and geothermal resources. Completions are typically considered to be the final step of drilling engineering which includes processes such as setting c...
Su, J. Sandia National Laboratories (2014)
Apr 17, 2014