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API - API TR 10TR3 - TECHNICAL REPORT ON TEMPERATURES FOR API CEMENT OPERATING THICKENING TIME TESTS; 1993 REPORT FROM THE API TASK GROUP ON CEMENTING TEMPERATURE SCHEDULES - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1999-05-01
Description: These estimates of temperature versus depth have been incorporated into American Petroleum Institute (API) guides for testing cement formulations since the late 1940s. The API well-simulation test schedules have been valuable tools for the petroleum industry as guides for testing cement formulations in the laboratory and as estimations of wellbore temperatures for cementing operations.
API - API TR 10TR3 RUSSIAN - TECHNICAL REPORT ON TEMPERATURES FOR API CEMENT OPERATING THICKENING TIME TESTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1999-05-01
API - API WORLDWIDE CEMENTING - WORLDWIDE CEMENTING PRACTICES - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1991-01-01
Description: The compositions used in cementing today are essentially API cements or API cements prepared by supplementing with additives or by variations in grinding or manufacturing processes.
API - API TR 10TR1 - CEMENT SHEATH EVALUATION - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2008-09-01
Description: In addition, there is a discussion about how to best incorporate loginterpretation and cementing data into an overall determination of zonal isolation.
API - API RP 10B - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR TESTING WELL CEMENTS - TWENTY-SECOND EDITION; ADDENDUM 1 OCTOBER 1999; ADDENDUM 2 NOVEMBER 2000 Organization: API
Date: 1997-12-01
Description: Scope 1.1 WELL CEMENTS Well cement slurries can be based on (but are not limited to) one of the API classes and grades of cement identified in this section and shown in Table 1. API well cements are produced by grinding Portland cement clinker, generally consisting of hydraulic calcium silicates and aluminates and usually containing one or more of the forms of calcium sulfate as an interground addition.
API - API CODE 32 - CODE FOR TESTING CEMENTS USED IN WELLS - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1948-02-01
Description: Foreword This code was prepared by the Special Subcommittee on Oil Well Cements of the Topical Committee on Materials, of the API Central Committee on Drilling and Production Practice.
API - API SPEC 10 - SPECIFICATION FOR MATERIALS AND TESTING FOR WELL CEMENTS Organization: API
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: This specification covers requirements for manufacturing eight classes of well cements and application of the API monogram. Chemical and physical testing requirements are also included.
API - API RP 10B-3 - TESTING OF WELL CEMENTS USED IN DEEPWATER WELL CONSTRUCTION - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This document does not address the mitigation of shallow water flow zones in deepwater wells, which is addressed in API 65, Cementing Shallow Water Flow Zones in Deepwater Wells.
API - API OIL WELL CEMENT - OIL-WELL CEMENTING PRACTICES IN THE UNITED STATES Organization: API
Date: 1959-01-01
Description: The compositions used in cementing are basically portland cements or cements prepared by supplementing portland with additives or by variations in grinding or other manufacturing processes.
API - API RP 10E - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR APPLICATION OF CEMENT LINING TO STEEL TUBULAR GOODS, HANDLING, INSTALLATION AND JOINING - THIRD EDITION; ISO 10409 Organization: API
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: It was developed through the joint effort of members of National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) T- IG-8 Task Group on Cement Lining of Tubular Goods and API Task Group on Cement Lining of Steel Pipe.
API - API BULL D7 - CASING LANDING RECOMMENDATIONS Organization: API
Date: 1955-06-01
Description: Its objective was "to prepare a recommendation on a standard procedure for landing and hanging casing from the time the cement plug hit bottom until the time the casing hanger was installed and the casing set on the hanger, being held by slips or threads.
API - API RP 65-2 - ISOLATING POTENTIAL FLOW ZONES DURING WELL CONSTRUCTION - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2010-05-01
Description: Barriers that seal wellbore and formation pressures or flows may include temporary pressure-containment barriers like hydrostatic head pressure during cement curing and permanent ones such as mechanical seals, shoe formations, and cement. Other well construction (well design, drilling, leak-off tests, etc.) practices that may affect barrier sealing performance are mentioned along with methods to help ensure positive effects or to minimize any negative ones.
API - API STD 65-2 - ISOLATING POTENTIAL FLOW ZONES DURING WELL CONSTRUCTION - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2010-12-01
Description: Superimposed upon these elements are the conditions found in the well at the time of cementing. Certain cementing process elements contained in Annex D may be individually critical to isolating a potential flow zone or may be of minor consequence until made critical by a separate (sometimes unrelated) event or past well engineering decisions.
DSF/PREN ISO 13534 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES - DRILLING AND PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT - INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REMANUFACTURE OF HOISTING EQUIPMENT (ISO/DIS 13534:2008) Organization: DS
Description: BOP handling systems. slush pumps;. draw works;. casing, tubing, drill-pipe and drill-collar spiders that are designed to be installed on or above the master bushing or rotary table;. casing, tubing, drill-pipe and drill-collar spiders that are designed to be installed inside, or partly inside, the master busing or rotary table;. rotary slips designed for use in standard rotary bowls with a 33,333 cm per m (4 in per ft) API taper;. manual spiders that use API rotary slips not capable of use as elevators, that are installed on or above the master bushing/rotary table;. manual spiders that use rotary slips not having a taper of 33,333 cm per m (4 in per ft) not capable of use as elevators, that are installed on or above the master bushing/rotary table;. rotary slips not having a taper of 33,333 cm per m (4 in per ft) for use in manual spiders;. spring, pneumatic or hydraulic spiders with integral slips not capable of use as elevators, that are installed on or above the master bushing/rotary table;. spring, pneumatic or hydraulic spiders with integral slips not capable of use as elevators, that are installed in or partly in the rotary table;. manual tong.
ISO DIS 13534 - PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS INDUSTRIES — DRILLING AND PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT — INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REMANUFACTURE OF HOISTING EQUIPMENT Organization: ISO
Date: 2008-02-21
Description: Items of hoisting and drilling equipment covered by this International Standard are: - crown block sheaves and bearings; - travelling blocks and hook blocks; - block to hook adapters; - connectors and link adapters; - drilling hooks; - tubing hooks and sucker rod hooks; - elevator links; - casing elevators, tubing elevators, drill pipe elevators and drill collar elevators; - sucker rod elevators; - rotary swivel bail adapters; - rotary swivels; - power swivels; - power subs; - dead line tie down/wireline anchors; - drill string motion compensators; - kelly spinners; - riser running tool components; - wellhead running tool components; - safety clamps (whether or not used as hoisting equipment); - rotary tables; - rotary bushings; - high-pressure mud and cement hose; - BOP handling systems - slush pumps; - draw works; - casing, tubing, drill-pipe and drill-collar spiders that are designed to be installed on or above the master bushing or rotary table; - casing, tubing, drill-pipe and drill-collar spiders that are designed to be installed inside, or partly inside, the master busing or rotary table; - rotary slips designed for use in standard rotary bowls with a 33,333 cm per m (4 in per ft) API taper; - manual spiders that use API rotary slips not capable of use as elevators, that are installed on or above the master bushing/rotary table; - manual spiders that use rotary slips not having a taper of 33,333 cm per m (4 in per ft) not capable of use as elevators, that are installed on or above the master bushing/rotary table; - rotary slips not having a taper of 33,333 cm per m (4 in per ft) for use in manual spiders; - spring, pneumatic or hydraulic spiders with integral slips not capable of use as elevators, that are installed on or above the master bushing/rotary table; - spring, pneumatic or hydraulic spiders with integral slips not capable of use as elevators, that are installed in or partly in the rotary table; - manual tong.
API - API REPORT 87-36 - FURTHER EFFECTS OF STRESS ON PENETRATION AND FLOW PERFORMANCE OF JET PERFORATORS Organization: API
Date: 1988-07-07
Description: Based on 270 shots in 93 tests, mean applied effective stresses as low as 3,000 psi reduce jet perforator penetration into the rock (exclusive of casing and cement) by 10 to 40%. Such penetration reductions can significantly reduce well productivity in natural completions, can adversely affect formation evaluation testing, and may affect stimulation treatments as well.
API - API REPORT OSAPR 13B - AXIALLY-LOADED CENTRIFUGE PILE TESTS Organization: API
Date: 1981-08-10
Description: There remains, of course, the usual soil mechanics problem, that the prototype soil, although essentially of the same type and at the same unit weight or void ratio as the model material, may have entirely different deformational properties, because of its different structure, or through the development of interparticle bonds or cementation in time. If this accounts for the differences in the present study, then the centrifuge pile tests do have validity, and the t-z curves produced would be worth examination.

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