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IFE Rig Evaluation

Day 2
Rig Evaluation

Organizing For the Rig Evaluation Report


Project Key Issues (areas of uncertainty)

Rig Features (or lack of) = Benefits / Detriments

Recommendations = Solutions to Detriments

Value = Project Cost Reduction


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Key Issues
(Areas of Uncertainty or Concern)

Existing Rig Features Required Rig Features


And Condition And Recommendations

From The Audit *Value


*Cost of unresolved issue less cost of resolution
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Key Issues

Customer Project Rig


Philosophy Specifics Resources
People People
Equipment
Structure Scope
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Value
Key Issues represent potential cost
overruns that can only be estimated
Recommendation of a feature (solution)
to address an issue must result in value
Cost of Issue – Cost of solution = Value
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Value (savings- estimated cost reduction)


Reduced time on location
Reduced waste volumes
Reduced site preparation
Reduced fluids cost
Reduced lost time accidents
Regulatory compliance (environmental)
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Think $,$$$ - Savings and/or Value

Define cost of the problem


Define cost of the recommendation

Calculate the savings and/or value


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Key Issues
Project Related

Fluid Related

Health Safety & Environmental


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Project Related Issues


Total project cost
Reduced rig time
Eliminate unscheduled events
Circulate & condition, stuck pipe, etc.
Increased productivity
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Fluids Related Issues


Drilling/Completion Fluids
Solids Control System
Waste Management
Collection, Containment, etc.
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Health, Safety & Environmental


Compliance Management
Eliminate “lost time accidents”
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Key Issues = Rig Evaluation Criteria

Without key issue determination


there is no basis for evaluation
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Key Issues Document


Uses a weighted rating system to
compare competitive strengths of the
rig
Prepared in table format
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Key Issues Document


For each Key Issue
1. Assign weight (1-10) based on importance
2. Assign rating (0-100%) to rigs ability
3. Multiply each weight by rig’s rating
4. Sum the Key Issue weights and compare
to the sum of calculated rig ratings
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Key Issues Document Simplified


List Key Issues

Estimate cost of each issue unresolved…$$$$

Estimate cost of resolving each issue….$$$$

Calculate the Value…..$$$$S Project Savings


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Key issues Document

Key Issue Weight x Rig Rating = Score


0 – 10 0 – 100%
Solids Control 10 25% 2.5
Waste Mgt. 8 0% 0
Mud Mixing 6 100% 6
Total Score 24 ------ 8.5
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SWOT Analysis
Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats
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SWOT Analysis

Strengths – Rig features that match Key Issue


requirements and needs
Solids Control System?
Mud Mixing System, etc.?.
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SWOT Analysis

W = Weakness

Rig lacks features required to address key


issue needs or requirements
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SWOT Analysis

O = Opportunity

Rig strengths that provide an opportunity to


perform beyond expectations
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SWOT Analysis

Threats

Rig weaknesses that could endanger


successful project completion
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SWOT - Prioritize & Protect


C-M-E-D Formula
Capitalize > Strengths
Mitigate > Weaknesses
Exploit > Opportunities
Defend > Threates
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SWOT Analysis – Capitalizing on Strengths


Take advantage of rig strength

Match rig Strengths to Customer/Project


Key Issues
Needs
Requirements
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SWOT Analysis – Mitigating weakness

Mitigate/neutralize weaknesses the customer


is aware of … real or not

Provide the solution

Offer proof with documentation


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Exploiting Opportunity – win/win


MI/Customer

Synergy must exist between Opportunities


and solutions proposed

Synergy created results in win/win situation


for customer and MI
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SWOT – Defending against threats

Customer negatively impacted recent failure of


similar rig

Rig does not meet regulatory requirements

Rent or upgrade with MI/SWACO services


to defend against threats
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IFBP Matrix Analysis


Project Specific
Focuses on project Key Issues
Indicates relationship, Key Issue vs.
Features and
Benefits
Answers the question “So What?”
Offers proof of performance
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IFBP Matrix – Analysis

Prioritize key project issues


Key Issues = Evaluation Criteria
Cost
Performance
Service
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IFBP Matrix – Analysis

Identify required feature/service for each issue

Brainstorm benefits of each feature using the


question “So What?”

Each feature must offer at least 1 project


benefit
RIG EVALUATION - Report

Formal report detailing the Rigs Capability for


addressing the Projects Key Issues.

Should include recommendations for repair


and upgrade where capability is lacking.

Value of recommendations should be defined


in terms of anticipated Project Savings
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Format of the Report (5 Parts)


Cover Letter
Executive Summary
Main Body of the Report
Technical Data
Rig Audit – Notes – Other Data
Rig Evaluation – Report

COVER LETTER

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

MAIN BODY OF REPORT

TECHNICAL DATA

RIG AUDIT / NOTES / FIELD DATA


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Constructing the Rig Evaluation Report


Project Issues
Rig Features
Benefits/Detriments
Recommendations
Value
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Building The Rig Evaluation Report

Organizing of Information In a Logical &


Consistent Format
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Rig Audit Notes & Data


Excel spreadsheets from rig audit
Notes from conversations with others
concerning the rig audit
Notes from conversations with others
concerning project related issue impacted by
the rig
Photographs and references
Rig Evaluation - Report

DETAILS / NOTES / FIELD DATA


Rig Evaluation – Report

Technical Data
Methods and Calculations used to determine
the magnitude or cost of an issue

Product specifications and Vendor literature


concerning recommended equipment
benefits and operating procedures
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Organization – Key Issues Development,


SWOT & IFBP Matrix Analysis

DETAIL [ORGANIZED]

DETAILS / NOTES / FIELD DATA


RIG EVALUATION - Report

Main Body of Report


Detailed discussion of issues,
recommendations, and value of the
recommendations
Issues = Anticipated Problems
Recommendation = Solution
Value = (Cost of Problem – Cost of Solution)
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Main Body of The Report

DISCUSSION & RECOMMENDATION

DETAIL [ORGANIZED]

DETAILS / NOTES / FIELD DATA


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Executive Summary
Introduction - Scope of project, related issues
and rig requirements
Specific Findings – Rig deficiencies and
strengths vs. project issues
Summary – Discussion(brief) or table,
outlining issue,recommendation and value
Closing - total value of recommendations
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

DISCUSSION & RECOMMENDATION

DETAIL [ORGANIZED]

DETAILS / NOTES / FIELD DATA


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Cover Letter
Maximum Length – ½ page
Express Appreciation
General Comments – deficiencies,corrections
required and value of correction
Conclusion
Should not contain any detail!
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COVER LETTER

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

DISCUSSION / RECOMMENDATION

DETAIL [ORGANIZED]

DETAILS / NOTES / FIELD DATA


RIG EVALUATION - Report

COVER LETTER
BOTTOM UP

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

DISCUSSION & RECOMMENDATION

DETAIL [ORGANIZED]

DETAILS / NOTES / FIELD DATA


RIG EVALUATION - Report

COVER LETTER

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

TOP DOWN
DISCUSSION & RECOMMENDATION

DETAIL [ORGANIZED]

DETAILS / NOTES / FIELD DATA


RIG EVALUATION

Safety & The Rig Audit


Potential Safety Hazards - General

Confined Space Recognition

Energy Lockout / Tagout – Affected level


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Potential Safety Hazards
Slips, Trips, Falls Hydrogen Sulfide Heat burns
Electrical Eye Injuries Chemical
Spills
High Pressure Respiratory Mud Spills
Noise Confined Space Lockout /
Tagout
Equipment Heat Injuries Fire Safety
Falling Objects Cold Injuries Medications

Over 80% of MI accidents/injuries originate in ignoring


an unsafe condition or taking a risky shortcut
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Confined Space
Definition

Large enough to enter and work

Not designed for constant occupancy

Limited or restricted entry and exit


RIG EVALUATION

Confined Space
Categories

Open topped enclosures having depths


that restrict natural air movement

Enclosures with limited openings for entry


or exit
RIG EVALUATION

Confined Space
Non-permit Required

Does not contain or with respect


atmospheric hazards, have the potential
to contain any hazard capable of
causing death or serious physical harm
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Confined Space
Permit Required
Permit required if:
Has potential to contain hazardous atmosphere
Contains material that has potential to engulf entrant
Has an internal configuration with potential for
entrapment.
Contains any other recognized safety hazard
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Confined Space
Engulfment

Dry material – Clay, Barite, etc.

Liquid material – Mud, water, oil, etc.


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Confined Space
Internal Configuration

Inwardly converging walls


Downward sloping floor
Pipes, beams, other obstructions to movement
Other recognized safety hazards
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Confined Space
Atmospheric Conditions

Oxygen out of life support range (<19.5% or >23.5%)


Flammability
IDLH (immediately dangerous to life & health)
Toxicity…CO, H2S, Hydrocarbon gas, etc.
Other….Noise, etc.
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Confined Space
Classes

Class A – environment is immediately


dangerous
Class B – potential to cause injury if no
preventative measures are taken
Class C – potential hazards which do not require
any special work procedure modification
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Confined Space
Examples
List some examples – rigs in your area

Permitted -

Non-permitted -
RIG EVALUATION

Confined Space – Permit Required


Requirements for Your Entry
Training – Level III
Atmospheric Testing
Permits:
Your name as entrant Supervisors
name
Observers name Rescuers name
RIG EVALUATION

Lockout / Tagout
Purpose
Prevent release of energy while equipment is
shut down for repair
Unexpected startup
Unexpected release of energy
Completely isolate all energy sources to a zero
state
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Lockout / Tagout
Various Energy states

Zero energy state – isolated (locked out)


Potential Energy
Energy of position – gravity or compressed
spring
Stored energy – air press..100psi or elect.
capacitor
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Lockout / Tagout
Levels of employees affected

Authorized – this employee and his supervisor


only, are allowed to apply or remove
locks/tags
Affected – Work in area where lockout / tagout
takes place and must be informed of the
process
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Lockout Tagout
Rig Examples

Lockout / tagout for rig evaluation


Solids Control Equipment
Fluid System
High Pressure Systems
Gas Separation Systems
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Lockout / Tagout
Equipment Required

Locks colored for easy identification


Locks must be substantial to avoid defeat
Locks must have only one key available
Locks & keys may not be loaned
Hasp for group lockout must be substantial
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Lockout / Tagout
Equipment Required
Tags must be legible
Tags must be made to withstand the enviroment
in which they are used
Tags must be securely attached to the energy
isolating devices affected
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Lockout / Tagout
Start Procedure
Turn equipment off
Turn power off at source
Verify absence of power at equipment
Verify absence of power at remote switches
Apply locks and/or tags (name, date & reason
must be included on tags)
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Lockout / Tag out


Srart Procedure (continued)
Test all switches and controls restrained by locks to
verify isolation
Verify absence of voltage at equipment with volt
meter
End lockout /Tagout when work is complete
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Lockout / Tag out


Srart Procedure (continued)
Test all switches and controls restrained by locks to
verify isolation
Verify absence of voltage at equipment with volt
meter
End lockout /Tagout when work is complete
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Lockout / Tagout
Ending the procedure

Authorized employees remove their locks or tags


Return main power to the on position
Verify normal start up of affected equipment
Document the end of the Lockout / Tagout and start
up of equipment
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Lockout / Tagout

Check out the rigs Lockout / Tagout Policy


Who is responsible
Who are authorized personnel
Do all locks have separate keys
Do all locks have only one key available
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Homework for Tonight

Write cover Letter & Executive Summary


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Cover Letter

Statement of appreciation
Purpose of evaluation
Comments on positive and negative findings
Statement of value
Closing comment
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Executive Summary

Discussion of issues & findings


Cost of issue vs. cost of upgrade to mitigate
Value – Cost of issue less cost of upgrade
Comments on value determination
Clocing comments