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Standard DS-1 ® Fourth Edition, Volume 3 - ADDENDUM 2 Applies to First and Second Printing

Issue Date: October 10, 2014

Effective Date: January 1, 2015

NOTE: If mutually agreed upon by the vendor and the customer, an earlier effective date is acceptable.

Page 32

¶ 3.4.2

CURRENT:

3.4.2 Inspection Apparatus: Paint marker, pit depth gage, ultrasonic thickness gage, a calibrated light meter to verify illumination, and a light capable of illuminating the entire accessible internal surface of the pipe are required. Light intensity meter shall have a tag or sticker attached showing calibration in the past six months. The tag or sticker shall show the date of calibration, the due date of the next calibration, as well as the company and individual performing the calibration.

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¶ 3.4.3.c - Add new paragraph

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c. For examination of internal plastic coating, the internal surfaces of the pipe shall be free from drilling mud, chemical residues, dust, dirt, and other visible contaminants.

NOTE: For cleaning of pipe’s internal surface, use of high pressure water jetting equipment is recommended. Other pipe cleaning methods may also be utilized. If high pressure water jetting equipment is utilized, it is recommended that the water pressure not exceed 15,000 psi, the water blast not be at a 90° angle to the coating surface and a pencil point nozzle not be used. It is recommended that a commercially available 360° nozzle be used.

Page 32 Figures 3.4.1, 3.4.2, 3.4.3, and 3.4.4

CURRENT:

(Delete in their entirety)

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¶ 3.4.4.g

CURRENT:

g. The ID surface of internally coated pipe shall be examined for signs of deterioration of the coating and graded in accordance with figures 3.4.1 through 3.4.4. The ID coating reference condition number shall be reported to the customer. Tubes with Coating Reference Condition 3 or 4 shall be rejected unless waived by the customer.

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3.4.2 Inspection Apparatus: Paint marker, pit depth gage, ultrasonic thickness gage, a calibrated light meter to verify illumination, and a light capable of illuminating the entire accessible internal surface of the pipe are required. Light intensity meter shall have a tag or sticker attached showing calibration in the past six months. The tag or sticker shall show the date of calibration, the due date of the next calibration, as well as the company and individual performing the calibration. For examination of internal plastic coating (IPC) and specifically for examina- tion of the internal upset run-out, a hinged mirror capable of extending into the pipe ID is required. Additionally, a wooden stick or a blunt putty knife or similar metal spatula is required to test the adhesion around areas of damaged internal plastic coating.

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(See new figures 3.4.1 thru 3.4.17 on page A2-3 through

A2-6)

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g. If internal plastic coating is present, the ID surface of internally coated pipe shall be evaluated in accordance with paragraph 3.4.5.

Standard DS-1 ® Fourth Edition, Volume 3 - ADDENDUM 2 Applies to First and Second Printing

Issue Date: October 10, 2014

Effective Date: January 1, 2015

NOTE: If mutually agreed upon by the vendor and the customer, an earlier effective date is acceptable.

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3.4.5 Evaluation of Internal Plastic Coating:

with Coating Reference Condition 3 or 4 shall be rejected unless waived by the customer. Criteria for

a.

The ID surface of internally coated pipe shall be examined for signs of deterioration of the internal plastic coating in the tube area (tube area includes the tube body and the internal transition area). Figure 3.4.1 illustrates the tool joint and the tube area.

determining each Coating Reference Condition have been provided below in table 3.4.1. Determination of condition number 1, 2, 3 or 4 shall be based on worst condition listed within the condition number column in table 3.4.1. For example, if a particular drill pipe presents overall coating loss of less than 20%

b.

The overall drill pipe classification shall be based on the internal coating loss in the tube area (which

but shows delamination, then the drill pipe shall be classified as Condition 4.

includes tube body and transition area only). Internal coating loss in the tool joint (even if up to 100%) shall not cause downgrading of pipe. However, internal coating loss in the tool joint continuing or extending into the transition area shall be thoroughly evaluated for coating adhesion based on the guidelines provided in this procedure.

e. Overall coating loss is based on the overall internal coating loss in the entire tube body and transition region (tube area). Localized internal coating loss is loss of coating in an area that includes the entire 360° internal surface area in any linear section of length 3 feet in tube area.

c.

For the purposes of this procedure, internal coating loss is defined as total removal of the coating film down to base metal and does not refer to coating wear that does not reach metal substrate.

f. Sample description of coating damage and defects such as wireline cuts, blistering, delamination, and underfilm corrosion are provided in figures 3.4.2 through 3.4.5.

d.

In order to determine fitness for purpose, the drill pipe

g. Sample pictures of drill pipe tube body and upset

shall be classified as ID Coating Reference Condition 1, 2, 3 or 4. The ID coating reference condition

run-out illustrating ID Coating Reference Conditions 1, 2, 3 and 4 are provided in figures 3.4.6 through

number shall be reported to the customer. Tubes

3.4.17.

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Table 3.4.1 Used Drill Pipe Internal Plastic Coating Evaluation

Condition

Condition 1

Condition 2

Condition 3

Condition 4

Overall Coating Loss in Tube Area Note 1

No visible coating loss; Minor surface abrasion only

≤ 20%

> 20%

> 35%

and

≤ 35%

Localized Coating Loss Note 2

No visible coating loss; Minor surface abrasion only

≤ 25% in any tube area section of 3 linear feet

> 25% and < 50% in any tube area section of 3 linear feet

≥ 50% in any tube area section of 3 linear feet

(coverage area includes the entire 360° internal surface area in any linear section of length 3 feet in tube area)

Blistered Coating

No

No

No

Can be present

Delamination (peeling) Note 3

No Note 4

No Note 4

No Note 4

Can be present

Underfilm Corrosion Note 3

No

No

Can be present

Can be present

Notes:

1

The overall coating classification will be determined by the coating classification in the tube area (which includes tube body and transition area only). Coating showing signs of delamination shall be added to the lost coating to generate an accurate percentage of coating damage.

2

A borescope may be used to evaluate the coating condition more closely wherever necessary.

3

Underfilm corrosion and coating delamination can be determined with obvious peeling of the coating around areas of damage. To check the coating adhesion, a wooden stick or a blunt putty knife or metal spatula shall be used to gently prod the coating region. Loosely adhered coating shall be removed if undercreep is present.

4

No signs of delamination shall be visible even after pipe has been cleaned to meet requirements provided in paragraph 3.4.3.

Standard DS-1 ® Fourth Edition, Volume 3 - ADDENDUM 2 Applies to First and Second Printing

Issue Date: October 10, 2014

Effective Date: January 1, 2015

NOTE: If mutually agreed upon by the vendor and the customer, an earlier effective date is acceptable.

Page 33 Figures 3.4.1 through 3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page)

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Tube Area

Tool Joint Tool Joint (Transition and Tube Body)
Tool Joint
Tool Joint
(Transition and Tube Body)

Figure 3.4.1

Drill Pipe Areas with Internal Plastic Coating (IPC)

All photos below courtesy of NOV Tuboscope

Coating (IPC) All photos below courtesy of NOV Tuboscope Figure 3.4.2 Blistered Coating. Figure 3.4.3 Coating

Figure 3.4.2 Blistered Coating.

courtesy of NOV Tuboscope Figure 3.4.2 Blistered Coating. Figure 3.4.3 Coating Delaminating (Peeling) away from an

Figure 3.4.3 Coating Delaminating (Peeling) away from an area of damage.

Coating Delaminating (Peeling) away from an area of damage. Figure 3.4.4 Wireline Cuts in Coating. Figure

Figure 3.4.4

Wireline Cuts in Coating.

an area of damage. Figure 3.4.4 Wireline Cuts in Coating. Figure 3.4.5 Underfilm Corrosion where the

Figure 3.4.5 Underfilm Corrosion where the coating film appears to be pushed up and corrosion is taking place under intact coating.

Standard DS-1 ® Fourth Edition, Volume 3 - ADDENDUM 2 Applies to First and Second Printing

Issue Date: October 10, 2014

Effective Date: January 1, 2015

NOTE: If mutually agreed upon by the vendor and the customer, an earlier effective date is acceptable.

Page 33 Figures 3.4.1 through 3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page)

through 3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page) Acceptable Residue on the coating surface (no
through 3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page) Acceptable Residue on the coating surface (no
Acceptable Residue on the coating surface (no rust or scale)
Acceptable Residue
on the coating surface
(no rust or scale)
Residue on the coating surface (no rust or scale) Figure 3.4.6 ID Coating Reference Condition 1

Figure 3.4.6 ID Coating Reference Condition 1 in the Upset Run-out. No visible damage.

Figure 3.4.7 ID Coating Reference Condition 1 Tube Body. No visible damage.

Figure 3.4.8 ID Coating Reference Condition 1 Tube Body. Internal camera view shows no visible coating damage down to steel substrate and no corrosion products.

Figure 3.4.9 ID Coating Reference Condition 2 Internal Upset Run-out. Note the damage in the tool joint continuing or extending into the upset run-out. Surface corrosion without significant metal loss. Localized coating loss is less than 25% and overall coating loss is less than 20%.

Standard DS-1 ® Fourth Edition, Volume 3 - ADDENDUM 2 Applies to First and Second Printing

Issue Date: October 10, 2014

Effective Date: January 1, 2015

NOTE: If mutually agreed upon by the vendor and the customer, an earlier effective date is acceptable.

Page 33 Figures 3.4.1 through 3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page)

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REPLACE:
3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page) REPLACE: Figure 3.4.10 ID Coating Reference Condition 2
3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page) REPLACE: Figure 3.4.10 ID Coating Reference Condition 2
3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page) REPLACE: Figure 3.4.10 ID Coating Reference Condition 2
3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued next page) REPLACE: Figure 3.4.10 ID Coating Reference Condition 2

Figure 3.4.10 ID Coating Reference Condition 2 Internal Upset Run-out. Note mechanical damage (Wireline cut) extends into the upset run-out from the tool joint. Localized coating loss is less than 25% and overall coating loss is less than 20%.

Figure 3.4.11 ID Coating Reference Condition 2 Tube Body. Note pinhole areas of coating damage and minor indication of rust on the left.

Figure 3.4.12 ID Coating Reference Condition 2 Tube Body. Note Isolated Area of Coating Damage down to the metal substrate. Overall coating loss is less than 20%.

Figure 3.4.13 ID Coating Reference Condition 3 Tube Body. Note several areas of coating loss down to bare steel, there is no peeling of the coating in those areas. Localized coating loss is more than 25% but less than 50%. Overall coating loss is less than 35%.

Figure 3.4.14 ID Coating Reference Condition 3 Tube Body. Localized coating loss in tube area is more than 25% but less than 50%. Overall coating loss is less than 35%. Presence of surface corrosion but no signs of blistering or delamination. Coating loss in tool joint area is not to be included.

Standard DS-1 ® Fourth Edition, Volume 3 - ADDENDUM 2 Applies to First and Second Printing

Issue Date: October 10, 2014

Effective Date: January 1, 2015

NOTE: If mutually agreed upon by the vendor and the customer, an earlier effective date is acceptable.

Page 33 Figures 3.4.1 through 3.4.17 - Add new figures (continued from previous page) ADD:

- Add new figures (continued from previous page) ADD: Figure 3.4.15 ID Coating Reference Condition 4.

Figure 3.4.15 ID Coating Reference Condition 4. The presence of blisters indicates coating degradation which can be caused by excessive temperature, chemical exposure, and/or the coating reaching the end of its useful life.

and/or the coating reaching the end of its useful life. Figure 3.4.16 ID Coating Reference Condition

Figure 3.4.16 ID Coating Reference Condition 4 Tube Body. Delamination of the coating in the tube body.

4 Tube Body. Delamination of the coating in the tube body. Figure 3.4.17 ID Coating Reference

Figure 3.4.17 ID Coating Reference Condition 4 Tube Body. Note the loss of coating and presence of delamination.

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¶ 3.15.4.g

CURRENT: (Text to be deleted is underlined)

g. Any crack within the machined areas of the pin and box or within one inch of the back of a box, shall be cause for rejection. Grinding to remove cracks is not permitted, but areas with questionable indications may be recleaned with a nonmetallic and nonabrasive buffing wheel and reinspected. If the indication reappears, the connection shall be rejected.

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g. Any crack shall be cause for rejection. Grinding

to remove cracks is not permitted, but areas with

questionable indications may be recleaned with

a nonmetallic and nonabrasive buffing wheel

and reinspected. If the indication reappears, the connection shall be rejected.

Standard DS-1 ® Fourth Edition, Volume 3 - ADDENDUM 2 Applies to First and Second Printing

Issue Date: October 10, 2014

Effective Date: January 1, 2015

NOTE: If mutually agreed upon by the vendor and the customer, an earlier effective date is acceptable.

Page 113

¶ 3.33.7

CURRENT:

3.33.7 Thread Root Cold Rolling: Cold rolling shall be

performed on all new and re-cut BHA and HWDP API connections. This procedure shall not be used on stress relief grooves or external fillets of drill string connections. This procedure is based on the work in reference 1 and contributed by Shell Exploration and Production, who sponsored the work. Alternative procedures are permis- sible provided they have been specified or previously approved by the customer. In addition, shot peening may be used as an alternative to cold rolling for the following cases:

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¶ 3.33.7.4

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3.33.7.4 Rolling Procedure: Rolling shall begin at either end of the threaded part. Position the roller at the thread run-out as seen in figure 3.33.2 and gradually increase the hydraulic cylinder pressure until the required roller force is applied. Rotate the pipe at 1 rpm throughout the cold rolling process. Repeat the rolling procedure two additional times such that a minimum of three total passes are completed.

Page 122 References - add to Reference 1.

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The allowance for increase in cold rolling RPM is based on a later study carried out by Weatherford Interna- tional and T H Hill Associates, Inc. The contributors from Weatherford International were:

Khalid Imtiaz, Weatherford International Ismail Mohammed, Weatherford International Ahmed Moheb, Weatherford International

Page 122 Acknowledgement

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The acceptance criteria for inspection of internal plastic coating is based on the internal plastic coating inspection procedure developed and provided by Mr. Robert Lauer of NOV Tuboscope.

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3.33.7 Thread Root Cold Rolling: Cold rolling shall be

performed on all new and re-cut BHA and HWDP API connections. This procedure shall not be used on stress relief grooves or external fillets of drill string connections. This procedure is based on the work in reference 1 and contributed by Shell Exploration and Production, who sponsored the work. The allowance for increase in cold rolling RPM is based on a later study carried out by Weatherford International and T H Hill Associates, Inc. Alternative procedures are permissible provided they have been specified or previously approved by

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3.33.7.4 Rolling Procedure: Rolling shall begin at either end of the threaded part. Position the roller at the thread run-out as seen in figure 3.33.2 and gradually increase the hydraulic cylinder pressure until the required roller force is applied. Rotate the pipe at 1 rpm throughout the cold rolling process. For standard drill collar materials only, a rolling speed up to and including 15 RPM is allowed throughout the cold rolling process. Repeat the rolling procedure two additional times such that a minimum of three total passes are completed.

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Glossary

CURRENT:

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Heavy Duty Landing String (HDLS): See paragraph 2.7.6, page 4.

Heavy Duty Landing String (HDLS): See paragraph 2.8.6, page 5.