Climbing to the peak and setting a new record in Oman Hilong Oil Service HL-59 successfully achieved upright relocation for the first time
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(October 17, 2019, Shanghai) On October 10, 2019, through careful preparation and planning, the HL-59 team of Hilong Oil Service took 3.16 days, of which the host part (including the derrick and base) took only 1 hour and 15 minutes. , Successfully achieved vertical rig relocation, becoming the first in Oman Petroleum Development Oman LLC (PDO) history to achieve the foundation derrick upright overall rapid moving relocation team, while setting a record in the history of PDO the shortest moving time.
The upright move was 3.34 days faster than the normal derrick and subbase separation. The entire team overcomes the difficulties of having no experience to follow and a maximum slope of 1.9 degrees on the ground and 90 degrees and 120 turns in the process of moving. The final result was highly recognized by PDO and was named by the contractor at the conference.
"Since drilling started in October 2018, as one of the world's most automated and fast-moving land rigs, Hilong Oil Service HL-59 has been the industry benchmark and has continuously set new records in the Middle East." Hilong "The success of the HL-59 team's upright move operation not only set a new historical record, but also set a new benchmark for other well teams of Hilong Oil Services, which will make Hailong Oil Services even bigger in the future. The scope of upright relocation has accumulated experience, and it has also promoted the penetration and breakthrough of Hilong Oil Services in the Middle East market. "
In order to ensure that the relocation work is carried out safely and efficiently, and strive to shorten the relocation time, Hilong Oil Service Oman Co., Ltd. started to formulate the relocation plan and plan, identify the relocation risk, analyze the control measures, and discussed with the PDO operation department several times in advance Then, I went to the site to review the road conditions of the move, repeated calculations, and finally decided that the site conditions met the design requirements, and decided to carry out the relocation of the base and the derrick.