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Introduction to

WIRELINE OPERATIONS

HEIDRUN

Operations in BIT

Rev. 00 - Print date 20.06.09

Introduction
For a long period, StatoilHydro has worked in order to prevent dropped
objects on our installations, and much work has been done to contribute to
our philosophy:
Our goal is zero harm. All accidents can be prevented.
The workplace changes all the time for the personnel working with Well
Intervention. The personnel must also be involved in several management
systems on the different installations. Personnel on these installations must
work together with the personnel working with Well Intervention. This requires
co-ordination and a mutual understanding of what is important to have in
mind under this type of operations.
If the planned activities are carried out at a high quality, we believe that we will
achieve a good HSE level at the execution of the operations. This will prevent
incidents, which in turn will contribute to high effectiveness in our operations.
This handbook is meant to be a tool to ensure a correct performance of the
operations, in addition to help you check equipment which we have put extra
focus on. In this manner, you can help us contribute to a safe operation.
A hand book such as this can be an effective tool to identify and catch up
conditions which routine work can overlook. However, this hand book is only
a supplementary tool. Primary controls including pre-job meetings, safe job
analysis, procedures, direct supervision, training and competence shall be
rigorously applied during the operation.
We believe this hand book can contribute to be a barrier, so that you can,
after having taken part in the operations, return back home again in the same
condition as before you started the operation. We also want proposals on
improvements, in order to revise the book.
Best regards

Erling Meyer

Tore Flatekvl

Vice President

D&W Manager

Kjell Tore Nesvik

Well Superintendent

Ivar Kjsnes
Drilling Superintendent

Personal checkpoints
1. What
What could go wrong?
Risk assessment/AT/SJA/TBT
Are requirements from Just rules
100% fulfilled?
2. How
Who are leading the job?
How am I going to do this job?
Do I know the procedure?
3. Which
Which safety measures are
implemented?
Is the risk minimized?
4. Who
Who do I need to inform?
Assure that all involved parties know
their role and tasks, understand the
procedure and safety measures.
5. Communication
Listen to your colleagues and
communicate openly.
Speak plainly, so the message
reaches the right persons.

Take 5 seconds, stop and think!

How
How can
can we
we avoid
avoid
accidents?
accidents?

Rules for everyone,


Rules forateveryone,
applied
all times
applied at all times
Rules for all
Rulesactivities
for all
work
work activities
Rules for
Rules for
specific
specific
work
work
activities
activities

Our
Our
expectations
expectations
Risk assessment
Risk
assessment
Control
of work
Control of work
Lifting operations
Lifting
Work operations
at height
Work atisolation
height
Energy
Energyspace
isolation
Confined
entry
Confined
space entry
Excavation
Excavation
Mobile
equipment
Mobile equipment

General HSE information:


meetings shall be held prior to well operations and the well
Pre-job
operation program shall here be presented to all involved personnel.
Secure and cover WL or workover hatches to prevent dropped objects.
contingency procedures shall be available in WL winch during
WL
the entire operation.
of HMV and TRSCSSV shall be on local control panel during
Control
WL work.
control panel shall be placed convenient with respect to escape
Local
routes. (Normally on ISF deck next to WL winch)
escape routes before operation starts. Make sure there are two
Clarify
separate escape routes at each working area. Always keep yellow escape
routes free from obstructions.

Notify CCR prior to initial leak testing against XT-valves.


radio communication between all involved personnel.
Establish
- Only use radios with headset and carrying pouches
- Radio channel #7
- Emergency channel #13

Barriers
- Area around XT on wellhead
- Work area on skid deck/BIT/Pipe deck/Drill floor
- Use barrier chains/bands marked with Well Operation
Radio channel #7 / Phone: 3275
- Do not break/enter under a barrier without contacting AWS for approval
simultaneous operations in different levels.
Avoid
- Personnel on upper deck are responsible for barriers on decks below.
Secure tools and equipment to avoid dropped objects.
Report incidents/accidents to well supervisor.

General safety precautions:


Fundamental safety requirements for lifting operations
- The load and any load carrier shall be properly secured and prepared
before the lifting operation starts.
- Relevant areas shall be barriered off before the lifting operation commences.
- In case of significant movement on the installation, loads shall be secured
against unintentional displacement or overturning.
- Loads shall not be lifted over personell and personnel shall not walk under
suspended loads.
- All personnel who are involved in the lifting operation shall ensure that they
have an unrestricted escape route during the whole operation.
- If the assumptions which the planning and risk assessments where based
upon changes, stop the operation and consider a new plan.
The lifting operation shall cease immediately if safety is jeopardized.

In this book:
WL operation in BIT
All equipment is installed in and directly under BIT.
This operation was performed in November 2008.
Remember!
Wireline operations at Heidrun vary a great deal from time to time. Weather
conditions, logistics, equipment issues and simultaneous operations will have an
impact on the way equipment is rigged up. The rig up shown in these manuals
where the best alternative at the time they were performed, and will not always
be the best solution.
Electronic update
Personnel using these manuals are requested to assist in the improvement
and further development of the document. If you have suggestions for new
checkpoints, pictures or text, please register these in the electronic update file
Operation manuals/WL/Operations in BIT found in the Document workspace
Wireline billedbker - endringsforslag at the team site Rig Supervision
Heidrun TLP.

Overview BIT and ISF

WINCHES
PALFINGER
UPPER TROLLEY
HPU (High Pressure Unit)
LOWER TROLLEY

BIT
(Well Intervention
Tower)

ISF (Integrated Skidding Frame)

General instructions
When performing the operations described in this
operation manual there are some safety issues that are
very common.
Instead of reminding the reader of these safety issues
with a written instruction every time it occurs, there are
inserted two different reminder symbols.
Look out for these symbols:
Color coding:
Inspect lifting gear and check that it is approved
for use.
Shackles:
Check that shackles are secured with split pins.

RIGGING UP
in BIT

10

Rigging up wireline hatch

Check that permit to work (AT) is activated.


Perform risk analysis prior to starting work (SJA, pre-job meetings,etc.).
Check that all barriers are in place, and area is secured.
Check that all operational personnel has radio-contact.
Install new batteries in radio.
Prepare for removal of wellhead hatch.
A Check general condition of chains and hooks before lifting.
l

l Before opening hatch: check area around for loose objects.

Color Coding

Shackles

11

Rigging up wireline hatch

Installing wireline hatch on hatchway.


A Check general condition of chain and hooks before lifting.
l

Color Coding

12

Shackles

Rigging up wireline hatch

Install hydraulic hoses for wireline hatch.

13

Rigging up wireline hatch

Installing control cables through wireline hatch.


A Secure cables with ropes.
l

14

Rigging up wireline hatch

Do not lower riser before:


l Handrails are inspected.
l You have an authorized work permit.
l Wellhead operator is informed.
l Riser has two barriers.
15

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A
B

A Check if shackles have the right dimension for this job.


l
B Verify that lifting cap is tight.
l

Always secure riser with additional lifting wire.


Color Coding

16

Shackles

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Open hatchcover on ISF deck and prepare for lowering riser.


A Check if handrails are firm.
l
B Check if cable clamps are tight.
l
l Before opening hatch: check area around for loose objects..
Shackles

17

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Riser is lowered down and winch operator has a good overview on


lifting operation. Take proper precautions during operations:
l Safe positioning of crew.
l Beware of crushing hazard: Always keep your back free.
l Chech if riser and pumpingsub moves securely through hatch.
l Use guide ropes if necessary.
l Position personell on each level during lifting operation.
18

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

When pumping sub is lowered through hatch; close hatchcovers to help


stabilize it.
Ensure radio contact during lifting operations.

19

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Pumping sub is lowered through lower hatch.


Always use guide ropes.
Before opening hatch: check area around for loose objects.

20

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Riser is lowered carefully down towards wellhead. Winch operator has


a good overview of lifting operation and maintains radio contact with
operator.

21

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A Inspect condition of O-ring before landing riser.


l

Beware of sharp edges on O-ring.


Flashlight recommended.

22

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

XT top cap is removed and ready for connection.


A Wipe and grease seal-bowl.
l

23

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Riser assembly is guided carefully down on XT.


Beware of crushing hazard: Watch your fingers.

24

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A
A Collar is fastened and lifting operation finished.
l

25

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A Install hose connection on pumping sub.


l
B Prepare hose safety wire.
l

26

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Hose is connected to the pumping sub. Make sure it is tight.


A Secure top cap on scaffolding.
l

27

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Riser is connected.

28

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A
B

A Install half-moon covers around riser.


l
B Secure riser with chains.
l

29

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A Make sure shackle has the right dimension for this job.
l
B Unscrew BOP from trolley.
l

Remember general lifting precautions.

Shackles

30

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A Inspect condition of O-ring before landing BOP.


l
Beware of sharp edges on O-ring.
Flashlight recommended.
Guide BOP carefully down on to riser.
Fasten collar.
Unscrew BOP lifting cap.

31

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Connect control lines for BOP.

32

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

Function test BOP.


A Control lines for BOP.
l

33

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

A
Manifold trolley on wellhead.
Check that valves are open/closed as planned before pumping.
A Check that hose connections are secured with wire.
l

34

Connecting risers and BOP to XT

General inspection of rig up on wellhead.


Walk the lines.
l All valves on pumplines must be marked.
l An updated copy of line schematics must always be available in WL unit.
l All pumplines must be secured with wire.
35

Connecting middle riser

C
B
A

Riser is lifted up from mousehole.


A Remove kick-list and place safety cover on mousehole.
l
Secure work-deck before removing kick-list.
B Remove riser protector.
l
C Check that threads are clean and inspect O-ring.
l
l Beware of sharp edges on O-ring.
l Flashlight recommended.
Color Coding

36

Shackles

Connecting middle riser/guiding

Riser is lifted up with BIT winch and guided down towards BOP.
Maintain radio contact with personnel on lower deck.

37

Connecting middle riser to BOP

Riser is lifted with winch and guided down towards BOP.


BOP working platform might be damaged during crane handling;
perform a general inspection on platform before entering.

38

Connecting middle riser to BOP

A Ensure that riser connection is firm.


l

l Beware of crushing hazard: Watch your fingers.


l Maintain radio contact.

39

Removing lifting cap

Note position of half-moon covers.

40

Placement of Quick Test Sub (QTS)

Removing QTS protector.


A Verify that lifting cap is tight before lifting.
l

Color Coding

Shackles

41

Lifting tool from skid-deck to BIT

Perform general inspection of shackle and tool connections before lifting.


Secure skid deck.
Move out of lifting area as quick as possible.
Consider use of guide ropes in heavy winds.
Color Coding

42

Shackles

Guiding tool into the riser

Guiding tool in to riser.

43

Position tool in hang off plate

B
A

A Tool is mounted in hang off plate.


l
B Remove any tape remnants on BHA.
l

Beware of crushing hazard: Watch your fingers.

44

Tool in hang off plate

A Remember safety chain on hang off plate.


l

45

Rigging up lower wireline sheave

B
C

Rigging up lower sheave assembly.


A Check that bolts are tight.
l
B Check condition of fiber sling and fastening point.
l
C Note position of cover (consider use of half-moon cover).
l
Color Coding

46

Shackles

Mounting upper wireline sheave

Cable is mounted in sheave.


A Check that sheave is secured with split-pins.
l

Color Coding

Shackles

47

Stuffingbox

Hydraulic hose is mounted to the stuffingbox.


A Check that hydraulic hose is secured with wire and strips.
l

48

Fastening sheave wheel and lubricator in BIT main hook

Ensure that sheave wheel is fastened between shackles and chains


of lubricator to ensure that sheave is hanging straight.
General inspection of shackles and lifting gear.

Color Coding

Shackles

49

Lifting sheave wheel and lubricator

Keep the wireline tight during lifting to ensure it doesnt twist.


There must be personell on ISF level to ensure that lubricator assembly
moves securely through hatch.

50

Connecting cable head to toolstring

A The tool placed in hang-off plate is now connected with cable head.
l

51

Pulling up toolstring weight with winch

Beware of crushing hazard: Watch your fingers.


There should be personell with wireline winch to watch wireline
and sheaves, in addition to be present at BIT work deck.

52

Tighten wireline

Wireline is kept tight by hand until tool is lowered down.

53

Connecting lubricator to QTS

Guide lubricator carefully down onto QTS.


Beware of crushing hazard: Watch your fingers.
A Inspect condition of O-ring before landing riser.
l
Beware of sharp edges on O-ring.
Flashlight recommended.
54

Connecting lubricator to QTS

A Installing the bleed-off manifold. Consider use of thread tape.


l

55

Zero depth counter on swab

Lower tool string and calibrate (zero depth) counter system.


Pull up Toolcatcher (TC).
Rig up is finished and ready for leak testing.
An updated copy of line schematic must always be available in WL unit
during operation.
56

RIGGING DOWN
in BIT

57

Rigging down

A Perform visual inspection of lifting cap before lifting.


l
Displace riser to Nitrogen and verify pressure before rigging down.
Unscrew collar above QTS.

Color Coding

58

Shackles

Rigging down

BIT tugger is used to elevate riser/lubricator assembly.


Take proper precautions during lifting operations:
l Safe positioning of crew.
l Beware of crushing hazard: Always keep your back free.

59

Rigging down

Tool is elevated and mounted in hang off plate.


A Remember safety chain on hang off plate.
l
Beware of crushing hazard: Watch your fingers.

60

Rigging down

Transfer weight of toolstring from winch to hang off plate.


A Rope socket is disconnected from toolstring.
l

61

Rigging down

A Lubricator assembly is placed in mousehole.


l

Personnel must be present on level beneath to inspect that


assembly is lowered securely down.

62

Rigging down

Removing tool.
Lifting eye is connected to toolstring.

Shackles

63

Rigging down

Removing tool.
A Use a suitable strap between lifting eye and tugger hook.
l
Inspect condition of strap.

Tool is now lifted out and dismanteled.


64

Rigging down

Rigging down QTS.


Install lifting cap on QTS.

Shackles

65

Rigging down BOP

Ensure that hydraulic pressure is bled off and remove control lines
for BOP.
Always remember to install dust caps on hydraulic connections.
Dirt in these connections may have serious consequenses.

66

Rigging down lubricator

A Riser collar is unscrewed.


l

Beware of crushing hazard: Watch your fingers.

67

Rigging down lubricator

Lifting riser.
Inspect riser during lifting to ensure secure movement.

68

Rigging down lubricator

A Install protector on riser and lower it down into the mousehole.


l

Riser placement.
Make sure there is a person present on level below.

69

Rigging down BOP

Lifting cap is now installed on BOP.


A Check that lifting cap is tight.
l
Fasten working platforms and prepare BOP for lifting operation.
Inspect BOP for loose items, tools etc.
Shackles

70

Rigging down BOP

A Lower collar is unscrewed.


l

71

Rigging down BOP

Preparations for lifting BOP.


A Check that cable clamps are tight.
l

Handrails are installed around hatchway and hatch covers are opened.
Check area around hatches for any loose objects before opening hatch
covers.
72

Rigging down BOP

Inspect BOP during lifting to ensure that it moves securely.


l Move out of lifting area as quick as possible.
l Consider use of guide ropes.

73

Rigging down BOP

Elevate BOP and close hatch covers.

74

Rigging down BOP

Drive trolley underneath BOP and lower it carefully down.


A Use straps to secure BOP during transport on trolley.
l

75

Rigging down riser

Install lifting cap on riser. Inspect condition on straps.


A Check that lifting cap is tight.
l
B Always have two barriers when performing lifting operations above
l
open well.
Remember to contact wellhead operator before operation.
Shackles

76

Rigging down Chiksan pipeline

Lines must be flushed and verified to be without pressure before


breaking the connections.
Halliburton personnel rigging down Chiksan pipeline.
Wellhead operator must be present.
77

Rigging down riser

A Opening collar.
l

78

Rigging down riser

Secure area.
Check that riser moves securely during lifting. Always use guide ropes.
There must be personnel present on all levels to inspect the lifting operation.
Wellhead operator must be present.
79

Rigging down riser

Open wireline hatch covers and check that riser moves securely.
Always use guide ropes.

80

Rigging down riser

Close hatch cover after lifting.


There shall be no work on XT until hatch covers are closed.

81

Rigging down riser

Check that riser moves securely through bushing.

82

Rigging down riser

Check that riser and pumping sub moves securely through hatch.

83

Rigging down riser

Secure riser with slips and dog collar.

84

Rigging down riser

When riser is secured, close hatches.


Safe positioning of crew.

85

Rigging down riser

Connect top cap on XT.

86

Rigging down riser

Preperations for pumping of MEG and leak testing.

87

ABBREVIATIONS

88

AWS
BIT
BHA
BHP
BHT
BOP
CCR
CSG
CT
DCDA
FH
FWHP
HC
HMV
HP
ID
ISF
LD
LPM
LTV
MD
MEG
MMV
MSL
OD
OOH
PBR
PBTD
PLT
POOH
RIH
PWV
RKB
RU
SG
SIWHP
SJA
SV
SWV
TBG
TD
TLP
TRSCSSV
WHP
WH
WL
XT
QTS

Aker Well Service


Brnnintervensjonstrn (Well intervention tower)
Bottom Hole Assembly
Bottom Hole Pressure
Bottom Hole Temperature
Blow-Out Preventer
Central Control Room
Casing
Coiled Tubing
Drilling Control and Data Acquisition
Fluted Hanger
Flowing Wellhead Pressure
Hydrocarbons
Hydraulic Master Valve
High pressure
Internal Diameter
Integrated skidding frame
Lay Down
Liters per minute
Low-torque valve
Measured depth
Mono Ethylene Glycol
Manual Master Valve
Mean Sea Level
Outer Diameter
Out of hole
Polish Bore Receptacle
Plug Back Total Depth
Production Logging Tool
Pull out of hole
Run in hole
Production Wing Valve
Rotary Kelly Bushing
Rig Up
Specific gravity
Shut-in wellhead pressure
Safe Job Analysis
Swab valve
Service Wing Valve
Tubing
Total Depth
Tension Leg Platform
Tubing retrievable surface controlled subsurface safety valve
Wellhead pressure
Wellhead
Wireline
Christmas tree/Xmas tree
Quick Test Sub

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