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Rapidlogger User Manual (English)

       

2    Rapidlogger Operation Section

2.1   Cementing and Pumping Mode

When the Rapidlogger unit is operated in the cementing mode, all of the on screen menu options are specifically configured for cementing operations.  Pump pressure, density, total volume, total rate, pump rate 1, and pump rate 2 are the parameters that are displayed on the screen.  The screen can be configured to show either all six of these parameters or only the first four.  While the system only shows up to 6 parameters on the LCD panel, many more parameters can be recorded to the SD memory card and transmitted to the PC over the network.

Once powered on the Rapidlogger starts displaying and recording data automatically.  The user can access the cementing menus by pressing F6.  When F6 is pressed the following menu appears on the screen and the user can edit settings for pressure, density, total volume, and rate.

 

Cementing and Pumping Mode

Pump Pressure

Pump pressure is the first parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  The pump pressure on a cementing unit is generally measured with a pressure transducer in the main treating line.  In order to edit the pressure readings press F6 and then F1 from the main screen and the following menu will appear

Cementing and Pumping Mode Pump Pressure

Now press F1 to zero out the pressure.  This option is used to clear out a small pressure offset from the variable when it is known that the pressure should be zero or atmospheric.  In order to clear out the pressure offset or undo the zeroing of the pressure variable press F2.  If the actual pressure is known such as due to a calibration or dead weight test or from a calibrated client pressure gage, and the Rapidlogger reading needs to match that calibrated reading, press F3 and the system will allow you to enter a new pressure value.  Powering the system off and then on again will clear out this pressure offset value.

Slurry Density

The cement slurry density is the second parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  The density is measured by means of a densitometer installed on the treating line.  In order to edit the slurry density readings press F6 and then F2 from the main screen and the following menu will appear

Cementing and Pumping Mode Slurry Density

Now press F1 to zero out the density.  This option is used to clear out any small offset in the density value variable when it is known that the density should be zero.  In order to clear out the density offset or eliminate the zeroing process press F2.  If the actual density is known, such as due to a calibration with pure water or from a calibrated client densitometer, press F3 and then you can enter a new density value which will be stored in the system only for that particular session.  Powering the system off and then on again will clear out this density offset value.

Total Volume

The total volume is the third parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  The total volume is measured by means of a flowmeter or a pump stroke counter.  In order to edit the total volume press F6 and then F3 from the main menu and the following menu will appear

Cementing and Pumping Mode Total Volume

Now press F1 to zero out the volume.  This option is used to clear out the total volume.  This is sometimes needed when the pump has been idling for some time or if some slurry recirculation was performed before the beginning of the actual pumping operation.  In these cases the user needs to zero out the volume.  The zeroed volume can be undone by pressing the F2 key.  If the pumped volume is known (for example in the beginning of a new stage) or if the user need to otherwise set the total pumped volume to a new value press F3.  This will give the user an opportunity to enter the new total volume.

Total Rate

The total rate is the fourth parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger display.  For double pump units the total rate is the sum of the pump rate from both pumps.  If the Rapidlogger is used on a single pump unit then the total rate is the same as the pump rate of the first pump.  The rate variables in the Rapidlogger can not be zeroed or modified while the system is running a job.  This feature has been intentionally designed to prevent errors in the totalized values.

Cementing and Pumping Mode Total Rate

 

Pump 1 Volume & Pump 2 Volume

The pump 1 and pump 2 volumes are the fifth and sixth variables displayed on the Rapidlogger display.  For double pump cementers these variables display the individual pump volumes.  For single pumps the pump1 volume is the only variable used.  In order to edit the pump 1 or pump 2 volumes, press F6 and then F4 for pump 1 or F5 for pump 2.  Now press F1 to zero out the volume, F3 to enter a new value for the volume, or F2 to undo the effects of zeroing or entering a new value. 

2.2   Fracturing Mode

When the Rapidlogger unit is operated in the fracturing mode, all of the on screen menu options are specifically configured for fracturing operations.  In this mode each Rapidlogger unit can support up to four pumps, however it is preferred to operate only two pumps for each Rapidlogger unit.  Pumping pressure, density, total volume, total rate, pump rate 1, pump rate 2 are the parameters that are displayed on the screen.  Pump rate 3, pump rate 4 are not displayed on the screen but are recorded and transmitted to the PC. 

Once powered on the Rapidlogger starts displaying and recording data automatically.  The user can access the fracturing menus by pressing F6.  When F6 is pressed the following menu appears on the screen and the user can edit settings for pressure, density, total volume, and rate.

Fracturing Mode

Pump Pressure

Pump pressure is the first parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  The pump pressure on a fracturing unit is generally measured with a pressure transducer in the main treating line.  In order to edit the pressure readings press F6 and then F1 from the main screen and the following menu will appear

Description: MENU_C1ABCD

Now press F1 to zero out the pressure.  This option is used to clear out a small pressure offset from the variable when it is known that the pressure should be zero or atmospheric.  In order to clear out the pressure offset or undo the zeroing of the pressure variable press F2.  If the actual pressure is known such as due to a calibration or dead weight test or from a calibrated client pressure gage, and the Rapidlogger reading needs to match that calibrated reading, press F3 and the system will allow you to enter a new pressure value.  Powering the system off and then on again will clear out this pressure offset value.

Pump 1, Pump 2, Pump 3, and Pump4 Rates

The pump 1 through and pump 4 rates are the next four parameters displayed on the Rapidlogger display.  Pump rates can not be edited during a job.  This is a necessary to prevent errors in the pump volume calculations being done. 

Total Rate

The total rate is the fifth parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger display.  If multiple fracturing pumps are being monitored with one Rapidlogger unit then the sum of the pump rates from the pumps is shown as the total rate.  If the Rapidlogger is used on a single pump unit then the total rate is the same as the pump rate of the first pump.  The rate variables in the Rapidlogger can not be zeroed or modified while the system is running a job.  This feature has been intentionally designed to prevent errors in the totalized values.

Fracturing Mode Total Rate

Total Volume

The total volume is the sixth parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  The total volume is measured by means of a flowmeter or a pump stroke counter.  In order to edit the total volume press F6 and then F3 from the main menu and the following menu will appear

 

Fracturing Mode Total Volume

Now press F1 to zero out the volume.  This option is used to clear out the total volume.  This is sometimes needed when the pump has been idling for some time before the beginning of the job or if some recirculation was performed before the beginning of the actual pumping operation.  In these cases the user needs to zero out the volume.  The zeroed volume can be undone by pressing the F2 key.  If the pumped volume is known (for example in the beginning of a new stage) or if the user need to otherwise set the total pumped volume to a new value press F3.  This will give the user an opportunity to enter the new total volume.

Proppant Density

The density is measured by means of a densitometer installed on the treating line.  The proppant density is normally not displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  However if the setup has been modified by the user to display proppant density on the local screen then proppant density readings can be edited.  In order to do so press F6 and then F2 from the main screen and the following menu will appear

Fracturing Mode Proppant Density

Now press F1 to zero out the density.  This option is used to clear out any small offset in the density value variable when it is known that the density should be zero.  In order to clear out the density offset or eliminate the zeroing process press F2.  If the actual density is known, such as due to a calibration with pure water or from a calibrated client densitometer, press F3 and then you can enter a new density value which will be stored in the system only for that particular session.  Powering the system off and then on again will clear out this density offset value.

 

2.3   Slickline Mode

When the Rapidlogger unit is operated in the slickline mode all of the on screen menu options are specifically configured for slickline operations.  Depth, speed, tension and wellhead pressure are the parameters that are displayed on the screen.  The screen is configured to show these four parameters.  However the user can program additional parameters and configure the screen to show up to 6 parameters.  More than 6 parameters can be recorded to the SD card.

Slickline Mode

Depth

Depth is the first parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen when it is in the slickline mode.  On a slickline unit depth is usually measured with a depth encoder mounted on the friction wheel.  This encoder turns with the friction wheel and records the length of the slickline that has been paid out from the winch. 

Slickline Mode Mounted Encoder Depth

In order to edit the Depth variable on the Rapidlogger press F6 and then F1 from the main menu and the following menu will appear.

Slickline Mode Depth

Now press F1 to zero out the depth.  This is useful at the beginning of a job when the slickline drum has been rotated and the depth is not zero or when the tool is tagged to the Kelly bushing or any other reference depth.  The zero offset is applied to that job only and is not stored in the system once it is powered down.   The zeroed depth value can be undone by pressing F2.  This causes the applied depth offset to be erased and the depth becomes the same as before the zeroing.  If a new depth needs to be entered such as when the tool is tagged to a known downhole depth, then pressing F3 from this menu allows the operator to enter a new depth.  This new depth is stored as the depth offset in the system for this job only and is erased when the unit is powered down.

Speed

Speed is the second parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen when it is in the slickline mode.  On a slickline unit speed is calculated from the change in depth.  The speed variable in the Rapidlogger can not be zeroed or modified on while the system is recording a job.  This feature has been intentionally designed to prevent errors in the depth value.

Slickline Mode Wellhead Loadcell Speed

Tension

Tension is the third parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen when it is in the slickline mode.  On a slickline unit, line tension is usually measured by means of a load cell mounted on the bottom sheave.  The slickline passes under the bottom sheave, pulling tension on to the load cell.

This electrical signal for line tension is transmitted to the Rapidlogger unit, where it is digitized, displayed and recorded.  The tension variable on the Rapidlogger can be adjusted to account for small variation in the tension reading due to calibration error or temperature.  In order to edit the tension variable on the Rapidlogger from the main menu, press F6 and then F2 and the following menu will appear.

 

Slickline Mode Tension

Now press F1 to zero out the tension.  Care must be taken while zeroing out the line tension.  If a large number is zeroed out then the slickline unit operator will no longer be aware of the true line tension.  Zeroing out line tension is useful at the beginning of a job when the slickline tension is off by some small amount.  The zeroed tension value can be undone by pressing F2.  This causes the applied tension offset to be erased and the tension becomes the same as before the zeroing.  If a new tension needs to be entered, pressing F3 from this menu allows the operator to enter a new tension.  This new tension is stored as the tension offset in the system for this job only and is erased when the unit is powered down.

Wellhead Pressure

Wellhead pressure (WHP) is the fourth parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen when it is in the slickline mode.  The wellhead pressure on a slickline unit is generally measured with a pressure transducer installed on a pressure line connected to the wellhead.  In order to edit the wellhead pressure readings press F6 and then F1 from the main screen and the following menu will appear

Slickline Mode Wellhead Pressure

Now press F1 to zero out the WHP.  The zeroed WHP value can be undone by pressing F2.  If an accurate value of WHP is known such as from a calibrated client sensor, then the new WHP can be entered in to the Rapidlogger by pressing F3 from this menu.  This new WHP is stored in the system for this job only and is erased when the unit is powered down.

2.4   Coiled Tubing Mode

When the Rapidlogger unit is operated in the coiled tubing mode all of the on screen menu options are specifically configured for coiled tubing operations.  Depth, speed, weight, circulating pressure, pump rate, and pump volume are the parameters that are displayed on the screen.  The screen is configured to show these six parameters. 

Coiled Tubing Mode

However optionally the user can choose to show only 4 parameters and setup the system in this manner.  Once the user presses the F6key the following menu appears and the user can then proceed to make further selections.

 

Coiled Tubing Mode F6 Key Options

Depth

Depth is the first parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen when it is in the Coiled Tubing mode.  On a coiled tubing unit depth is usually measured with a depth encoder mounted on a friction wheel that runs against on the coiled tubing.  The encoder turns with the friction wheel and records the length of the coiled tubing that has passed through the CT injector.   A typical coiled tubing injector encoder installation is shown below.

Coiled Tubing Mode CT Depth Counter

In order to edit the Depth variable on the Rapidlogger press F6 and then F1 from the main menu and the following menu will appear.

Coiled Tubing Mode Depth

Now press F1 to zero out the depth.  This is useful at the beginning of a job when the coiled tubing is being moved up and down while trying to install a BHA assembly on the end.  Thus the depth is not zero when the coiled tubing BHA or connector is tagged to the stripper or other reference depth.  The zero offset is applied to that job only and is not stored in the system once it is powered down.   The zeroed depth value can be undone by pressing F2.  This causes the applied depth offset to be erased and the depth becomes the same as before the zeroing.  If a new depth needs to be entered such as when the tool is tagged to a known downhole depth then pressing F3 from this menu allows the operator to enter a new depth.  This new depth is stored as the depth offset in the system for this job only and is erased when the unit is powered down.

 

Speed

Speed is the second parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen when it is in the coiled tubing mode.  On coiled tubing units speed is calculated from the change in depth.  The speed variable in the Rapidlogger can not be zeroed or modified while a job is being recorded.  This feature has been intentionally designed to prevent errors in the depth value.

Weight

Weight or coiled tubing hanging weight is the third parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen when it is in the coiled tubing mode.  On a CT unit the weight is measured by means of a load cell mounted on the injector.  Thus part of the combined weight of the coiled tubing and injector sits on the load cell.  A typical load cell installation on a coiled tubing injector is shown below.

Coiled Tubing Mode CT Load Cell Weight

Sometimes on a high pressure well (snubbing operation) well pressure can push up on the coiled tubing causing negative weight readings on the load cell.

This electrical signal for the weight is transmitted to the Rapidlogger unit, where it is digitized, displayed and recorded.  The weight variable on the Rapidlogger can be adjusted to account for small variation in the weight reading due to calibration error or temperature.  In order to edit the weight variable on the Rapidlogger from the main menu press F6 and then F2 and the following menu will appear.

Coiled Tubing Mode Tension

Now press F1 to zero out the weight.

WARNING: Care must be taken while zeroing out the CT Weight.  If a large number is zeroed out then the coiled tubing unit operator will no longer be aware of the true CT weight.

Zeroing out CT weight is useful at the beginning of a job when the CT weight is incorrect by a small amount.  The zeroed weight value can be undone by pressing F2.  This causes the applied weight offset to be erased and the weight becomes the same as before the zeroing.  If a new weight needs to be entered, then pressing F3 from this menu allows the operator to enter a new weight.  This new weight is stored as the tension offset in the system for this job only and is erased when the unit is powered down.

Circulating Pressure

Circulating pressure or pump pressure is the fourth parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  The pump pressure on a CT unit is generally measured with a pressure transducer in the main treating line installed before the CT reel swivel.  In order to edit the pressure readings press F6 and then F3 from the main screen and the following menu will appear

Coiled Tubing Mode Circulating Pressure

Now press F1 to zero out the pressure.  This option is used to clear out a small pressure offset from the variable when it is known that the pressure should be zero or atmospheric.  In order to clear out the pressure offset or eliminate the zeroing of the pressure variable press F2.  If the actual pressure is known such as due to a calibration or dead weight test or from a calibrated client pressure gage, and the Rapidlogger reading needs to match that calibrated reading, press F3 and the system will allow you to enter a new pressure value.  Powering the system off and then on again will clear out this pressure offset value.

Pump Rate

The pump rate is the fifth parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger display.  The rate variables can not be zeroed or modified during a job.  This feature has been intentionally designed to prevent errors in the totalized values.

Coiled Tubing Mode Total Pump Rate

Total Volume

The total volume is the sixth parameter displayed on the Rapidlogger screen.  The total volume is measured by means of a flowmeter or a pump stroke counter.  In order to edit the total volume press F6 and then F4 from the main menu and the following menu will appear

Coiled Tubing Mode Total Volume

Now press F1 to zero out the volume.  This option is used to clear out the total volume.  This is sometimes needed when the pump has been idling for some time or if some recirculation was performed before the beginning of the actual pumping operation.  In these cases the user needs to zero out the volume.  This can also be used to zero out the pumped volume before the beginning of the next stage.  The zeroed volume can be undone by pressing the F2 key.  If the pumped volume is known (for example in the beginning of a new stage) or if the user needs to otherwise set the total pumped volume to a new value press F3.  This will give the user an opportunity to enter the new total volume.

2.5   Common Operations

Rapidlogger Common Operations

Regardless of the operating mode that the Rapidlogger is in, the common system options are always available.  The common operation options include

 

USB

Network Settings

Display Settings

Time Setting

Variable Settings

Factory Reset

Diagnostics

Pressing F6, F6 from the main screen brings up the following system menu.  This menu allows access to the common system options.

 

Rapidlogger Common Operations Main Menu

 USB

In order to copy job data files from the Rapidlogger to an external USB memory stick, insert a USB memory stick into the Rapidlogger’s front USB port. This USB stick should be empty and should have been formatted with FAT file system on a PC.  Press F6 to bring up the main menu, F6 again to select USB options.  From here it is possible copy the last job file or select a file from all of the job files.

In order to copy just the last job file to the USB flash drive press F6 from this menu again to select the Copy Last File option.  The copy process can take several minutes depending on the size of the file.  The USB stick should not be removed until the screen indicates that the file copy is complete.  Removing the USB stick while in the middle of the copy process and may require the unit to be reset before it can properly copy files to USB sticks again.

In order to select the file to copy from the list of all of the job files recorded on the SD card, press F4 from this menu again to go to the Copy Select File option.  Now the screen will display the name of a job file.  If this is the file you want to copy press Enter, if you want to exit the copy process press F6.  Pressing any other key select and displays the name of the next job file.  Keep pressing a key until you see the name of the file that you would like to copy to the USB flash drive.  Once you see the file name you want to copy press Enter.  The copy process for a file can take up to 2 minutes.  Once the screen indicates that the copy is complete and the activity light on the flash drive has stopped flashing, the stick can be removed.

The file names on the Rapidlogger internal SD card are meant to indicate the date of the job file.  So a file name 15Jul08.TXT means that it is for a job that took place on July 15, 2008.  This allows the user to easily know the file name for a job that took place on a certain day.

Network Settings

Changing network settings is an advanced user option and should not be done by users who are not familiar with Ethernet network settings.  In order to edit or change the network setting press F6, F6, F1 from the main menu.  The system will now prompt you to enter the IP address, gateway address, and the network mask.  Press enter after entering each number.  Press F6 in order to skip entering a number at any prompt.  The previous value is retained for that number.  The newly entered network settings come in effect after a system power cycle.  The default network settings for the Rapidlogger system are as follows.

IP: 192.168.000.005 Gateway: 192.168.000.001 Netmask: 255.255.255.000

These settings are also restored after a factory reset.  Entering an IP address of 000.000.000.000 puts the Rapidlogger in DHCP mode.  This mode should only be used when there is a router or server available on the network that has DHCP server capabilities. 

Display Setting

The display settings can be modified from both the Rapidlogger Utility program and the Rapidlogger front panel. 

Rapidlogger Common Operations Main Screen

When using the Rapidlogger Utility program, pressing the System Setup button from the main window brings the user to the following screen.  Here they can change the number of displayed variables and the Operating Mode.  The valid options are 2, 4, and 6 variables to be displayed on the Rapidlogger LCD screen.  Enter the number of parameters that you would like to see displayed on the LCD screen.

Rapidlogger Common Operations Setup Screen

 

The display setting can also be changed from the Rapidlogger front panel.  In order to change the display settings from the front panel press F6, F6, F2 from the main menu.  The system will now prompt you to enter the number of display parameters.  Enter the number of variables and press Enter.

 

Time Setting

The date and time can be synchronized easily from the PC via the Rapid VU and Rapidlogger Utility programs.  From the Rapidlogger Utility program main screen the user can press Sync Time button to synchronize the Rapidlogger internal clock to the PC system clock.  In order to edit or change the Rapidlogger job clock press F3.  The system will now prompt you to enter the date and time.  Normally there is no need to enter the time on the Rapidlogger system from the keypad.  The system clock is battery backed and retains the correct time and date for up to 5 years. 

 

Variable Settings

The variable settings should not be attempted by novice Rapidlogger users.

Changing variable settings and programming or erasing variables can be done both from the Rapidlogger Utility program and Rapidlogger front panel.  The Rapidlogger Utility program allows very easy setup of the various variables and settings on the unit.  The front panel option should only be utilized by an expert user. 

Rapidlogger Common Operations Variable Settings

 

From the Rapidlogger Utility main screen the variable number to be viewed or modified can be selected.  This variable can then be read in from the Rapidlogger unit by pressing the Read One from Unit button.  The settings for the selected variable will then be displayed on the screen.  The various parameters associated with the variable can then be changed as needed.  Each variable number has a name, unit label, number of decimal places, input type, input number, multiplier, and offset associated with it.  In addition the enable, display and record settings can be toggled on each variable.  Another option that the user has is to use the Read All from Unit button and retrieve all variables at once from the Rapidlogger unit.  The variables can be modified and saved either one by one or all at once using the Write buttons.

It is also possible to edit or change the Rapidlogger job variables from the front panel.  To do this press F6, F6, F4 from the main menu.  The following system menu will now be displayed.

 

Rapidlogger Common Operations Read SD Write SD

 

Press F3 to show the setting for a given variable and Press F4 to edit the variable settings.

WARNING:  The option to edit variable settings from the front panel is for advanced users only and even then it should only be used if the Rapidlogger Utility program is not available.  Incorrect use will cause the variable setting to be incorrect and WILL cause the recorded variable values to be very different from the real values. 

Press F5 to reset the Rapidlogger setup to one of the preset setups.  Selecting one of the options available would overwrite and erase the current setup and replace it with the new selected one.

It is also possible to read the entire set of variables from the SD card.  Press F1 to load the complete system variable setup file from the SD card.   A file named "SETUPIN.RLV" is read from the SD memory card and its contents are loaded in the system.

WARNING:  The settings for all job variables will be loaded from the SD card and will overwrite the existing variable setup.

Normally, this option is only used during system setup.  In order to save the entire setup to the SD card, press F2. This will save the complete set of system variables to the SD card.   A file named "SETUPOUT.RLV" is written to or created on the SD memory card.

WARNING:  The contents of the SETUPOUT.RLV file on the SD card are overwritten and replaced by the copy of the job variables from the system.

Normally this option is only used during system setup to backup a system that has been properly set up.

 

Factory Reset

In order to perform a factory reset of the Rapidlogger system press F6 from the system menu.  The following menu will now be displayed.

Rapidlogger Common Operations Factory Reset

By pressing the appropriate key the user can perform a factory reset of the Rapidlogger to one of the preprogrammed factory modes.  These include Cementing, Slickline, Coiled Tubing, Nitrogen, and Fracturing. 

WARNING:  The customization and settings for all job variables will be erased and the system will be reset to the selected factory programmed mode.

 

Diagnostics

The Rapidlogger Unit has a built in diagnostics mode in which the raw sensor inputs can be viewed to ease troubleshooting. 

Rapidlogger Common Operations Diagnostics

The diagnostics mode for analog sensors can be accessed from the front panel keypad (Press F6, F6, F5, F1).  The diagnostics mode for frequency sensors can be accessed from the front panel keypad (Press F6, F6, F5, F2).  The diagnostics mode for Ethernet networks can be accessed from the front panel keypad (Press F6, F6, F5, F3).  In each case a screen appears on the LCD that displays the various sensor values.

2.6   Entering and Recording Job Comments

During a cementing, CT, slickline or pumping job it can be beneficial to log comments in the data file to indicate the beginning, or ending of different activities or events.  There are a large number of commonly used job comments preprogrammed into the Rapidlogger Unit that can be logged by simply entering the comment number from the front panel. 

Entering and Recording Job Comments

 

From the main menu the user can press F7 (which is also the G key).  A prompt appears on the bottom of the screen instructing the user to enter the comment number.  The user can then enter the comment number that they would like to log and then press Enter.  If the user waits too long to enter the comment number then the prompt erases itself and the display goes back to the main menu.  Any comments that are logged in this manner are stored in the job data file and printed automatically with the Rapid VU job reports.  The following comments are available in the Rapidlogger Unit.

 

#

Job Comment Message

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Job Comment Message

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#

Job Comment Message

1

Bump Closing Plug

 

61

Remark Slickline Event

 

121

Started Squeeze

2

Bump Dart

 

62

Remark

 

122

Started Tripping

3

Bump Plug

 

63

Reset Selected Totals

 

123

Started Water

4

Bump Stage Plug

 

64

Reset Stage Totals

 

124

Started Wiper Trip

5

Bump Top Plug

 

65

Reset Volume

 

125

Stopped Acid

6

Change Mud Weight

 

66

Screened Out

 

126

Stopped Brine

7

Change Parameter Name

 

67

Sensor Calibrated

 

127

Stopped Cement Slurry

8

Change Pump Rate

 

68

Sensor Zeroed

 

128

Stopped Circulation

9

Change Sensor Calibration

 

69

Set Rams

 

129

Stopped Diesel

10

Decrease Rate

 

70

Shutdown

 

130

Stopped Displacement

11

Depth Corrected

 

71

Stage At Perfs

 

131

Stopped Diverter

12

Depth Correlation Event

 

72

Stage Changed

 

132

Stopped Drilling/Milling

13

Depth Modified

 

73

Started Acid

 

133

Stopped First Stage

14

Depth Reset

 

74

Started Brine

 

134

Stopped Fluid

15

Depth Zeroed

 

75

Started Cement Slurry

 

135

Stopped Flush

16

Dropped Ball/Dart

 

76

Started Circulation

 

136

Stopped Injection

17

Dropped Bottom Plug

 

77

Started Diesel

 

137

Stopped Inject nonreact Fluid

18

Dropped Closing Plug

 

78

Started Displacement

 

138

Stopped Inject reactive Fluid

19

Dropped Opening Plug

 

79

Started Diverter

 

139

Stopped Job

20

Dropped Stage Plug

 

80

Started Drilling/Milling

 

140

Stopped Logging

21

Dropped Top Plug

 

81

Started First Stage

 

141

Stopped Mixing Lead Slurry

22

Dropped Wiper Plug

 

82

Started Fluid

 

142

Stopped Mixing Scav Slurry

23

Ended Acid

 

83

Started Flush

 

143

Stopped Mixing Tail Slurry

24

Ended Brine

 

84

Started Injection

 

144

Stopped next PPA Proppant

25

Ended Cement Slurry

 

85

Started Injection Nonreact Fluid

 

145

Stopped Next Stage

26

Ended Circulation

 

86

Started Injection Reactive Fluid

 

146

Stopped Nitrogen

27

Ended Diesel

 

87

Started Job

 

147

Stopped Pad

28

Ended Displacement

 

88

Started Logging

 

148

Stopped POOH

29

Ended Fluid Stage

 

89

Started Mixing Lead Slurry

 

149

Stopped Pressure Test

30

Ended Job

 

90

Started Mixing Scav Slurry

 

150

Stopped Proppant

31

Ended Logging

 

91

Started Mixing Tail Slurry

 

151

Stopped Pull Test

32

Ended Mud Acid

 

92

Started next PPA Proppant

 

152

Stopped Pumping Acid

33

Ended Mud

 

93

Started Next Stage

 

153

Stopped Pumping Brine

34

Ended Nitrogen

 

94

Started Nitrogen

 

154

Stopped Pumping Foam

35

Ended Nitrogen

 

95

Started Pad

 

155

Stopped Pumping Gel

36

Ended Oil

 

96

Started POOH

 

156

Stopped Pumping Mud Acid

37

Ended Over-flush

 

97

Started Pressure Test

 

157

Stopped Pumping Mud

38

Ended Pre-flush

 

98

Started Proppant

 

158

Stopped Pumping Next Fluid

39

Ended Reverse Circulation

 

99

Started Pull Test

 

159

Stopped Pumping Nitrogen

40

Ended Slurry

 

100

Started Pumping Acid

 

160

Stopped Pumping Oil

41

Ended Spacer

 

101

Started Pumping Brine

 

161

Stopped Pumping Over-flush

42

Ended Stage

 

102

Started Pumping Foam

 

162

Stopped Pumping Pre-flush

43

Ended Wash

 

103

Started Pumping Gel

 

163

Stopped Pumping Proppant

44

Ended Water

 

104

Started Pumping Mud Acid

 

164

Stopped Pumping Spacer

45

Maximum Depth

 

105

Started Pumping Mud

 

165

Stopped Pumping Wash

46

Maximum Pressure

 

106

Started Pumping Next Fluid

 

166

Stopped Pumping Water

47

Maximum Rate

 

107

Started Pumping Nitrogen

 

167

Stopped Pumping

48

Modified Pump Schedule

 

108

Started Pumping Oil

 

168

Stopped Reverse Circulation

49

Modified Totalizer

 

109

Started Pumping over-flush

 

169

Stopped RIH

50

Pause

 

110

Started Pumping pre-flush

 

170

Stopped Second Stage

51

Perforating

 

111

Started Pumping Proppant

 

171

Stopped Selected Totals

52

Plug Balanced

 

112

Started Pumping Spacer

 

172

Stopped Sensor Check

53

Remark BHA

 

113

Started Pumping Wash

 

173

Stopped Squeeze

54

Remark Bleed Off Pressure

 

114

Started Pumping Water

 

174

Stopped Tripping

55

Remark Cementing Event

 

115

Started Pumping

 

175

Stopped Water

56

Remark CT Event

 

116

Started Reverse Circulation

 

176

Stopped Wiper Trip

57

Remark Fracturing Event

 

117

Started RIH

 

177

Weight Modified

58

Remark Milling

 

118

Started Second Stage

 

178

Weight Zeroed

59

Remark Pumping Event

 

119

Started Selected Totals

     

60

Remark Rig Event

 

120

Started Sensor Check

     

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