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Problem: It is possible that more wells in the future around Hassi Messaoud will

encounter virgin pressure. Virgin formation pressures are predicted to be 1.456 SG

(6,969 psi) at a total vertical depth of 3,365m, which results in a 6,029 psi maximum

surface pressure (assuming a gas/oil gradient of .23 SG), which occurs during a tubing

leak (see attached StressCheck results). This would exceed the API Spec 6A (19th

Edition) / ISO 10423 specifications for the 13 5/8” 5K x 11” 5K Casing Head Spool. The

API test pressure for this spool is 7,500 psi (1.5 times the rated pressure). Previous

editions of RP6A called for a 10,000 psi test pressure (2 times rated pressure) for 5K

equipment so most wellheads and spools are constructed to withstand this pressure. If

this is the case, a manufacturer should be able to certify a wellhead to 6,650 psi since

the equipment will test to 10,000 psi (or 1.5 times the working pressure).

Solution: The major suppliers of wellheads should be contacted and it verified that they

can certify a 5K casing head spool to 6,650 psi working pressure. Of course the casing

head spool won’t contain the API or ISO 10423 stamps but RP 6A, API states:

“API standards are published to facilitate the broad availability of proven, sound

engineering and operating practices. These standards are not intended to obviate the

need for applying sound engineering judgment regarding when and where these

standards should be utilized. The formulation and publication of API standards is not

intended in any way to inhibit anyone from using any other practices.

requirements of an API standard is solely responsible for complying with all the

applicable requirements of that standard. API does not represent, warrant, or guarantee

that such products do in fact conform to the applicable API standard.

standards that can be shown to meet or exceed the requirements of the referenced

standard. Manufacturers electing to use another standard in lieu of a referenced

standard are responsible for documenting equivalency.”

Results:

ITAG was contacted (Martin Scheurer 00-49-51-41-914-267) and the problem was

discussed and Martin informed me that they had already been approached on this and a

letter had been written. They can either supply new 5,000 psi wellhead spools that had

been tested to 10,000 psi or verify that existing wellheads would test to 10,000 psi. That

letter is attached.

FMC was contacted (Martin Frain 029-738-417) and they stated that their 5,000 psi

spools could be tested to 10,000 psi and they would pass once the lockdown screws

and packing materials were upgraded to 10,000 psi specs. Valve components would

also have to be upgraded to withstand the 10,000 psi test. They said they would certify

in writing to this test pressure. A letter from them as well as their design calculations for

6,650 psi. is attached.

Cameron was contacted (Philip 029-737-391) and they also stated their 5,000 spools

should have no problem testing to 10,000 psi and they would document accordingly.

Conclusion:

All three major manufacturers of wellheads stated that they could test and certify their

5,000 psi casing spools to 10,000 psi, which at 1.5 times the working pressure of 6,650

psi follows the testing guidelines in API RP 6A. This will allow 5,000 psi casing spools to

be used on the wells in Hassi Messaoud where virgin formation pressures are being

encountered and a maximum surface pressure of 6,029 psi predicted. Of course

accurate formation pressure measurements and gas/oil gradient calculation will assure

that the 6,650 working pressure of these casing spools is not exceeded.

This concept is not new to Algeria. The wellhead manufacturers have supplied 6,650 psi

working pressure wellhead equipment to operators here for some time. Those operators

include, but are not limited to, El Gassil, RKF, BHP and Talisman.

Note: Time and cost were not taken into consideration for this analysis only the technical

feasibility.

Attachments:

2) StressCheck Analysis

Attachment 1 - Ratings from API RP 6A :

a) Test method

Subject assembled equipment to a hydrostatic body test prior to shipment from the

manufacturer’s facility. The hydrostatic body test shall be the first pressure test

performed. Do not apply test pressure as a differential pressure across closure

mechanisms of valves. Use water or water with additives as the testing fluid. Complete

tests prior to painting; however if the bodies and other pressure-containing parts have

been made of wrought material, tests may be completed after painting.

Loose connectors, bullplugs and valve-removal plugs do not require a hydrostatic test.

The hydrostatic body test for assembled equipment shall consist of three parts:

the primary pressure-holding period;

the reduction of the pressure to zero;

the secondary pressure-holding period.

Conduct tests prior to the addition of body-filler grease. Lubrication applied during

assembly is acceptable.

Both pressure-holding periods shall not be less than 3 min; do not start the timing until

the test pressure has been reached, the equipment and the pressure-monitoring gauge

have been isolated from the pressure source, and the external surfaces of the body

members have been thoroughly dried.

Determine the hydrostatic body test pressure by the rated working pressure of the

equipment. Hydrostatic test pressures shall be as given in Table 19.

b) Special considerations

For equipment with end or outlet connections having different working pressures, use the lowest working

pressure

rating to determine the hydrostatic body test pressure (except for cross-over connectors and chokes).

Test a cross-over connector at a test pressure based on the pressure rating for the upper connection.

Apply test

pressure inside and above the restricted-area packoff of the lower connection. The lower connection shall

be tested

below the restricted area packoff to a level based on its pressure rating.

For chokes having an inlet connection of a higher pressure rating than the outlet connection, test the body

hydrostatically, from the inlet connection to the body-to-bean seal point of the replaceable seat or flow

bean, to the

appropriate pressure for the inlet connection. Test the remainder of the body, downstream from the seal

point, to

the appropriate pressure for the outlet connection. Temporary seat seals may be used to facilitate testing.

Valves and chokes shall be in the partially open position during testing.

Test each bore of multiple-bore equipment individually.

c) Acceptance criteria

The equipment shall show no visible leakage under the test pressure. Leakage by the thread during the

hydrostatic

testing of a threaded wellhead member when joined with a threaded test fixture is permissible above the

working

pressure of the thread.

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 1

GENERAL DATA

Description: Wellbore #1

Well Options, Deviated: Yes

Well Options, Offshore: No

Well TD (MD): 4500.00 m

Reference Point: RKB

Air Gap: 0.00 m

Origin N: 0.00 m

Origin E: 0.00 m

Azimuth: 290.00 °

OD (in) Name Type

(in) Hanger Shoe TOC Shoe (sg)

1 18 5/8" Surface Casing 26.000 0.00 530.00 0.00 1.050

2 13 3/8" Intermediate Casing 16.000 0.00 2280.00 330.00 1.250

3 9 5/8" Production Casing 12.250 0.00 3320.89 2080.00 2.020

4 7" Production Liner 8.375 2630.00 3530.00 2630.00 1.490

5 4 1/2" Production Liner 6.000 3000.00 4500.00 3000.00 1.490

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 2

WELL SCHEMATIC (DEPTH - MD)

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 3

Section View

0

Section View

300

600

900

1200

1500

True Vertical Depth (m)

1800

2100

2400

2700

3000

3300

3600

0 35 70 105 140 175 210 245 280 315 350 385 420

VSection (m)

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 4

PORE PRESSURE

Depth (m) (psi) (sg) Zones

1 0.00 0.0 1.000 Yes

2 1000.00 1422.3 1.000 Yes

3 1010.00 1580.2 1.100 Yes

4 1500.00 2560.2 1.200 Yes

5 2500.00 4267.0 1.200 Yes

6 2510.00 6783.1 1.900 Yes

7 3420.00 9242.3 1.900 Yes

8 3425.00 7092.9 1.456 Yes

9 3500.00 7248.2 1.456 Yes

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 5

0

Pore Pressure

Fracture Gradient

350 Mud Weight

700

1050

1400

1750

Measured Depth (m)

2100

2450

2800

3150

3500

3850

4200

4550

4900

0.00 0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00

Equivalent Mud Weight (sg)

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 6

PRODUCTION DATA

Packer Depth, MD: 3000.00 m

Perforation Depth, MD: 4500.00 m

Gas/Oil Gradient: 0.2300 sg

Lead Slurry Density: 2.060 sg

Displacement Fluid Density: 2.020 sg

Slackoff Force: 0.0000 tonne

Temperatures: Default

Vertical Depth (m) Temperature (°C)

0.00 m 25.00 °C

3110.00 m 102.13 °C

3179.67 m 103.86 °C

3237.90 m 105.30 °C

3266.10 m 106.00 °C

3293.48 m 106.68 °C

3312.00 m 107.14 °C

WELL SUMMARY

String OD/Weight/Grade Connection

(m) (in) Burst Collapse Axial Triaxial ($)

1 Surface Casing 18 5/8", 87.500 ppf, K-55 BTC, K-55 0.00-530.00 17.567 3.90 1.40 10.32 3.86 92,757

2 Total = 92,757

3

4 Intermediate Casing 13 3/8", 68.000 ppf, L-80 BTC, L-80 0.00-2280.00 12.259 1.50 L 1.25 1.90 F 1.57 321,865

5 Total = 321,865

6

7 Production Casing 9 5/8", 47.000 ppf, P-110 BTC, P-110 0.00-1500.00 8.625 A 1.52 L 1.23 2.45 1.95 143,383

8 9 5/8", 53.500 ppf, P-110 BTC, P-110 1500.00-3320.8 8.500 A 2.09 L * 0.83 4.71 1.32 194,035

9 Total = 337,418

10

11 Production Liner 7", 29.000 ppf, P-110 NEW VAM 2630.00-3530.0 6.059 2.13 1.18 7.76 C 1.71 54,431

12 Total = 54,431

13

14 Production Liner 4 1/2", 13.500 ppf, L-80 NEW VAM 3000.00-4500.0 3.795 ----- N/A (2.06) C 1.85 43,569

15 Total = 43,569

16

17 Total = 850,040

18 * S.F. Below D.F.

19 L Conn Leak

20 F Conn Fracture

21 C Conn Critical

22 A Alternate Drift

23 ( ) Compression

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 7

STRING SUMMARY

String OD/Weight/Grade Connection

(m) (in) Burst Collapse Axial Triaxial ($)

1 Production Casing 9 5/8", 47.000 ppf, P-110 BTC, P-110 0.00-1500.00 8.625 A 1.52 L 1.23 2.45 1.95 143,383

2 9 5/8", 53.500 ppf, P-110 BTC, P-110 1500.00-3320.8 8.500 A 2.09 L * 0.83 4.71 1.32 194,035

3 Total = 337,418

4

5 * S.F. Below D.F.

6 L Conn Leak

7 A Alternate Drift

Pipe Section

Type Grade OD (in) Burst Axial ($/m) 337,418

1 9 5/8", 47.000 ppf, P-110 BTC P-110 10.625 1.52 2.46 95.59 143,383

2 9 5/8", 53.500 ppf, P-110 BTC P-110 10.625 2.09 4.73 106.56 194,035

Influx Depth, MD: 4500.00 m

Kick Volume: 100.0 bbl

Kick Intensity 0.060 sg

Maximum Mud Weight: 1.490 sg

Kick Gas Gravity: 0.70

Fracture at Shoe: 11305.8 psi

Fracture Margin of Error: 0.000 sg

Drill Pipe OD: 5.000 in

Collar OD:

Collar Length:

Assigned External Pressure: Fluid Gradients (w/ Pore Pressure)

Packer Fluid Density: 1.250 sg

Packer Depth, MD: 3000.00 m

Perforation Depth, MD: 4500.00 m

Gas/Oil Gradient: 0.2300 sg

Reservoir Pressure: 7160.0 psi

Assigned External Pressure: Fluid Gradients (w/ Pore Pressure)

TOC, MD: 2080.00 m

Prior Shoe, MD: 2280.00 m

Mud Weight Above TOC: 2.020 sg

Fluid Gradient Below TOC: 0.998 sg

Pore Pressure In Open Hole: No

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 8

BURST LOADS TABLE (9 5/8" Production Casing)

Depth (MD) Gas Kick Tubing Leak Fluid Gradients w/ Pore Press

(m) (psi) (psi) (psi)

2 1500.00 5520.7 8695.8 4309.7

3 2080.00 6416.9 9727.0 5976.1

4 2280.00 6725.9 10082.6 6260.0

5 2630.00 7266.7 10704.9 6756.9

6 3000.00 7425.5 11362.7 7282.2

7 3000.00 7425.5 7010.4 7282.2

8 3110.00 7472.7 7046.4 7438.4

9 3180.00 7502.6 7069.2 7537.3

10 3240.00 7527.6 7088.2 7620.0

11 3270.00 7539.7 7097.4 7660.0

12 3300.00 7551.4 7106.4 7698.9

13 3320.89 7559.4 7112.4 7725.2

File: Design #1 Date: May 21, 2008 Page: 9

0

Gas Kick (100.0 bbl, 0.060 sg)

Tubing Leak

250

Fluid Gradients w/ Pore Pressure

500

750

1000

1250

1500

Measured Depth (m)

1750

2000

2250

2500

2750

3000

3250

3500

0 900 1800 2700 3600 4500 5400 6300 7200 8100 9000 9900 10800 11700

Pressure (psi)

ITAG Valves & Oilfield Products GmbH

A Company of the ITAG Group

Valves & Oilfield Products

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A technical request has been issued on 23.04.2008 for up-rating the 5.000 psi WP

Casing Spool 13 5/8" x 11" to a maximum working pressure (MWP) of 6.600 psi.

Up-rating of 5k Wellhead Equipment to a MWP of 6.500 psi or 6.600 psi is a praciable and economical

solution when just a slightly higher working pressure is required than the standard 5.000 psi.

All dimensions and flange interfaces remain as specified by API 6A for 5M equipment.

We can propose 2 reliable and save ways to supply Sonatrach with up-rated Casing Spools:

1. To supply new Casing Spools, which are manufactured, tested and certified to 6.600 psi MWP.

2. To upgrade already supplied Casing Spools from 5.000 psi to 6.600 psi - this has to be done

by a 2-step-program:

A – First, to check each individual Casing Spool Assembly for material properties and, if passed

B – Second, re-testing (pressure testing) according to API 6 A standard FAT procedure but with

increased test pressures (shell test 10.000 psi / closure test 6.600 psi)

API 6A as the framework for Wellhead Equipment standardizes basic dimensions as e.g. flange interfaces,

inner and outer diameters and also the corresponding pressure classes. In cooperation with dimensions and

pressures, API 6A has also specified the minimum material properties and has classified 4 standard strength

classes (material designations).

For 5.000 psi flange connections, it is possible to use material of the next higher strength class (designation)

which gives the necessary increase of yield strength to withstand a MWP of 6.600 psi.

By experience, most ITAG Wellhead Equipment has higher mechanical properties than the specified

minimum values. When performing an up-rating of previously delivered 5k equipment, we can not guarantee

that all parts will pass, but empirically it will be a figure of 70 - 90%.

It is mandatory that each spool assembly needs to be checked and has to pass a pressure test for getting

uprated and recertified.

2008-04-29/MS

Head Office: Itagstrasse, 29221 Celle, Germany · Telephone +49 / 51 41 / 9 14-0 · Telefax +49 / 51 41 / 9 14-2 34 · E-mail ivop@itag-ce.de

FMC Technologies SA

Surface Wellhead

Route des Clérimois

BP 705

89107 Sens Cedex France

Phone +33 3 86 95 87 18

Fax +33 3 86 95 89 87

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BHP Algeria ROD 6650 psi

DESIGN CALCULATIONS

The design calcs referenced within this document relate to the wellhead referred to

as ROD-R-031, FMC Reference TF 00527 and cover the upgrade of the system to 6650

psi

(Tubing) The system employed is a 5K System with the tubing spool, adapter

and production annulus valves upgraded to 6650 psi (see drawing below).

Calculations highlighted in blue represents loading acting down, while

calculations in red represent loading acting upwards.

Calculation 7

Latch Ring

Calculation 8

6650 psi

Lockdown Screws

6650 psi

Tubing Spool can be Calculation 1

uprated to 6650 without Tubing Hanger load

changes to equipment shoulder

Calculation 2

to 6650 psi the annulus

7” Hanger to 9-5/8”

valves require to be

Hanger load shoulder

changed from M101 to

M120

Calculation 3

To uprate 9-5/8” Hanger

9-5/8” Packoff to 9-5/8”

to 6650 psi, the type of

Hanger load shoulder

hanger requires to

change (from flutes to

thru’ holes)

Calculation 4

9-5/8” Hanger load

Calculation 5 shoulder

13-3/8” Hanger weakest

point Calculation 6

Landing Ring

BHP Algeria ROD 6650 psi

The following table defines the limitations of each load shoulder. The calculations

are in accordance with API 6A and follow the guidelines laid out in the John

Fowler "Design Handbook for API 6A/16A/17D"

Capacity Loading ge of Calculation

Allowable Reference

Tubing Hanger load

980,000 lbs 960,000 lbs 97 % Calculation 1

shoulder (Refer to

Note 1)

7” Hanger to 9-5/8”

1,900,000 lbs 869,000 lbs 45 % Calculation 2

Hanger load shoulder

9-5/8” Packoff to 9-

1,380,000 lbs 677,100 lbs 45% Calculation 3

5/8” Hanger load

shoulder

9-5/8” Hanger load

1,062,000 lbs 1,016,640 lbs 95 % Calculation 4

shoulder (Refer to

Note 2)

13-3/8” Hanger

1,000,000 lbs 724,893 lbs 72% Calculation 5

weakest point

Landing Ring

1,000,000 lbs 814,130 lbs 81% Calculation 6

Latch Ring

680,000 lbs 502,900 lbs 73% Calculation 7

Lockdown Screws

Applied Pressure Applied Pressure 83% Calculation 8

Capacity Capacity

6650 psi 7999 psi

Note 1 The Tubing Spool load shoulder should not be loaded with a pressure greater than 6650 psi

applied across the bore. If testing above 6650 psi a high strength load ring requires to be fitted.

Note 2 This hanger has 4-off flowby slots which has the effect of greatly reducing the bearing area and

as a consequence the capacity of the hanger. The alternative hanger has thru’ holes instead of

slots thus maximizing the bearing area and increasing the hanger capacity, This type of hanger

is used in 10K applications.

Note 3 The calculations are based on the following casing loadings (mud buoyancy is not taken into

account)

9-5/8” 2200 metres @ 47 lb/ft

7” 2750 metres @ 29 lb/ft

4-1/2” 3000 metres @ 12.6 lb/ft

CASING HANGER LOAD SHOULDER ANALYSIS, BHP

To API 6A/16A/17D 4-1/2" TUBING HANGER

This set of calculations considers a hoop stress induced failure and a shear stress induced failure.

on shoulder is due to

BOP Test at 6650 psi.

The load shoulder is

designed for a

maximium rating of

6650 psi. If pressure

testing above 6650 psi

(e.g. 10,000 psi) a

high strength load ring

requires to be fitted.

N.B. On no account

should a pressure

greater than 6650 psi

be applied to the plug

Input Data

Maximum ID of shoulder surface

ID := 13.130

Minimum OD of mating part

(in inches)

OD := 13.453

OD of shoulder (in inches)

DT := 13.505

OD of head (in inches)

ODH := 19.094

Wall thickness at large end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − DT

T1 := T1 = 2.795

2

Wall thickness at small end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − ID

T2 := T2 = 2.982

2

Diameter to point of contact (in inches) BOP Test Plug situated at Tub Hgr load shldr

OD ID

D := + D = 13.291 PT := 13.505 THOD := 0

2 2

Angle from vertical in degrees (input range of angles to be considered) θ Where θ := 45

Worst Case Total Loading is BOP Test, no Tubing

Angle from vertical in radians

π

θ r := θ ⋅

180

Test Pressure (In psi)

p := 6650

( ) ⋅p Fc := 0 lbs

2 2

π⋅ PT − THOD

PED :=

4

Axial force (in lb-f) acting on taper

Fa := PED + Fc Fc = 0

Coefficient of friction (dimensionless)

PED = 952578 lbs

f := 0.15

Fa = 952578

Minimum Yield Strength of Material (psi)

Sy := 60000

Minimum Tensile Strength of Material (psi)

St := 85000

Calculated Data

Effective angle, summing the friction angle and the taper angle, up to 90 deg max.

0 (

A := arctan( f ) + θ r ) A = 0.934

0

π

A := A = 1.571

1 2 1

Bearing Stress

−Fa

Sb :=

(

π⋅ OD2 − ID2

)

4

Sb = −141255.156 Fc = 0

UWD-15 Wellhead Housing, Section D, Bearing Stresses.

Sb

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Sbmaxy

%All = 97.754 %

Hoop force in wall due to axial force acting on taper.

Fa

Fh :=

( 2⋅ π⋅ tan( Aeff ) )

Metal Area Resisting Hoop Stress - Based on the 45 deg rule which assumes that the

horizontal reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material within a 45 deg

cone of the support surface.

A1 := 0⋅ ( T1)

2

( )

Lt := ( DT − ID) ⋅ cotan θ r ⋅ 0.5

A2 := 0.5⋅ ( T1 + T2) ⋅ Lt

2

A3 := 0.5⋅ T2

Ah := A1 + A2 + A3

Ah = 4.988

Fh

Sh :=

Ah

Metal Area Resisting Radial Stress - Based on the 45 deg rule which assumes that the

radial reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material between the centre lines

of the thick and thin section with load acting at diameter D (Point of contact between hanger

and head).

T2

h := + Lt

2

−Fa

Sr :=

h ⋅ π⋅ D⋅ tan( Aeff )

Local Membrane Stress Intensity

Pl := Sh − Sr Pl = 32512.396 psi θ = 45 Fc = 0

Allowable Limit SLM SLM := Sy

SLM = 60000 psi

Pl

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

SLM

%All = 54.187 %

2

θr

sin

Ss := ( −Sb ) ⋅

2 θ = 45 Fc = 0

( )

sin θ r

Ss = 29254.901 psi

Ssmax := 0.577⋅ Sy

Ss

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Ssmax

%All = 84.503 %

CASING HANGER LOAD SHOULDER ANALYSIS, BHP

To API 6A/16A/17D 7" CASING HANGER TO PACKOFF

This set of calculations considers a hoop stress induced failure and a shear stress induced failure.

the packoff above is installed and a pressure of 6650

psi acts across the packoff combined with the

7"Casing Weight (ROD 7" Casing Load - 2750 m of

29 lb/ft casing = 261,647 lbs) Load Shoulder

supporting 7" Casing

Total loading with 6650 psi across the packoff and

casing weight of 261,647 lbs is 869,000 lbs.

Capacity of load shoulder is 1,900,000 lbs

however capacity of main 9-5/8" load shoulder is

only 1,062,000 lbs

Input Data

Maximum ID of shoulder surface

ID := 12.000

Minimum OD of mating part

(in inches)

OD := 12.740

OD of shoulder (in inches)

DT := 13.086

OD of head (in inches)

ODH := 19.094

Wall thickness at large end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − DT

T1 := T1 = 3.004

2

Wall thickness at small end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − ID

T2 := T2 = 3.547

2

OD ID

D := + D = 12.37 PT := 13.092 THOD := 7.423

2 2

Angle from vertical in degrees (input range of angles to be considered) θ Where θ := 45

Worst Case Total Loading is 7" Casing

Angle from vertical in radians

7" Casing Load Fc := 261647 lbs

π

θ r := θ ⋅

180

Test Pressure (In psi)

p := 6650

PED :=

(

π⋅ PT − THOD

2 2 ) ⋅p

4

Axial force (in lb-f) acting on taper

Fa := PED + Fc

Coefficient of friction (dimensionless)

PED = 607421 lbs

f := 0.15

Minimum Yield Strength of Material (psi)

Sy := 75000

Minimum Tensile Strength of Material (psi)

St := 95000

Calculated Data

Effective angle, summing the friction angle and the taper angle, up to 90 deg max.

0 (

A := arctan( f ) + θ r ) A = 0.934

0

π

A := A = 1.571

1 2 1

Bearing Stress

−Fa

Sb :=

(

π⋅ OD2 − ID2

)

4

Sb = −60441.085 Fc = 261647

Sb

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Sbmaxy

%All = 45.444 %

Hoop force in wall due to axial force acting on taper.

Fa

Fh :=

( 2⋅ π⋅ tan( Aeff ) )

Metal Area Resisting Hoop Stress - Based on the 45 deg rule which assumes that the

horizontal reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material within a 45 deg

cone of the support surface.

A1 := 0⋅ ( T1)

2

( )

Lt := ( DT − ID) ⋅ cotan θ r ⋅ 0.5

A2 := 0.5⋅ ( T1 + T2) ⋅ Lt

2

A3 := 0.5⋅ T2

Ah := A1 + A2 + A3

Ah = 8.069

Fh

Sh :=

Ah

Metal Area Resisting Radial Stress - Based on the 45 deg rule which assumes that the

radial reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material between the centre lines

of the thick and thin section with load acting at diameter D (Point of contact between hanger

and head).

T2

h := + Lt

2

−Fa

Sr :=

h ⋅ π⋅ D⋅ tan( Aeff )

Local Membrane Stress Intensity

Allowable Limit SLM SLM := Sy

SLM = 75000 psi

Pl

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

SLM

%All = 26.407 %

2

θr

sin

Ss := ( −Sb ) ⋅

2 θ = 45 Fc = 261647

( )

sin θ r

Ss = 12517.759 psi

Ssmax := 0.577⋅ Sy

Ss

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Ssmax

%All = 28.926 %

CASING HANGER LOAD SHOULDER ANALYSIS, BHP

To API 6A/16A/17D 9-5/8" PACKOFF FLAT SHOULDER

This set of calculations considers a hoop stress induced failure and a shear stress induced failure.

Total capacity of load shoulder is 1,380,000 lbs

Worst case loading is BOP Test Plug, where

pressure load is 677,000 lbs

Input Data

Maximum ID of shoulder surface

ID := 11.346

Minimum OD of mating part

(in inches)

OD := 12.591

OD of shoulder (in inches)

DT := 12.591

OD of head (in inches)

ODH := 12.591

Wall thickness at large end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − DT

T1 := T1 = 0

2

Wall thickness at small end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − ID

T2 := T2 = 0.622

2

Diameter to point of contact (in inches) BOP Test Plug situated at Tub Hgr load shldr

OD ID

D := + D = 11.968 PT := 13.130 THOD := 0

2 2

Angle from vertical in degrees (input range of angles to be considered) θ Where θ := 90

Angle from vertical in radians Worst Case Total Loading is BOP Test Plug, where Fc,

casing load would be zero.

π

θ r := θ ⋅

180

Fc := 0

Test Pressure (In psi)

p := 5000

PED :=

(

π⋅ PT − THOD

2 2 ) ⋅p

4

Axial force (in lb-f) acting on taper

Fa := PED + Fc Fc = 0

Coefficient of friction (dimensionless)

PED = 677001 lbs

f := 0.15

Fa = 677001

Minimum Yield Strength of Material (psi)

Sy := 75000

Minimum Tensile Strength of Material (psi)

St := 95000

Calculated Data

Effective angle, summing the friction angle and the taper angle, up to 90 deg max.

0 (

A := arctan( f ) + θ r ) A = 1.72

0

π

A := A = 1.571

1 2 1

Bearing Stress

N.B. There are 4-off 3" slots provided in the casing hanger to cater for drilling returns

−Fa

Sb :=

( )

π⋅ OD2 − ID2 OD ID

− − ⋅ 4⋅ 3

4 2 2

Sb = −42482.243 Fc = 0

Sb

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Sbmaxy

%All = 44.718 %

Hoop force in wall due to axial force acting on taper.

Fa

Fh :=

( 2⋅ π⋅ tan( Aeff ) )

Metal Area Resisting Hoop Stress - Based on the 45 deg rule which assumes that the

horizontal reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material within a 45 deg

cone of the support surface.

A1 := 0⋅ ( T1)

2

( )

Lt := ( DT − ID) ⋅ cotan θ r ⋅ 0.5

A2 := 0.5⋅ ( T1 + T2) ⋅ Lt

2

A3 := 0.5⋅ T2

Ah := A1 + A2 + A3

Ah = 0.194

Fh

Sh :=

Ah

Metal Area Resisting Radial Stress - Based on the 45 deg rule which assumes that the

radial reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material between the centre lines

of the thick and thin section with load acting at diameter D (Point of contact between hanger

and head).

T2

h := + Lt

2

−Fa

Sr :=

h ⋅ π⋅ D⋅ tan( Aeff )

Local Membrane Stress Intensity

− 11

Pl := Sh − Sr Pl = 3.759 × 10 psi θ = 90 Fc = 0

Allowable Limit SLM SLM := Sy

SLM = 75000 psi

Pl

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

SLM

− 14

%All = 5.012 × 10 %

2

θr

sin

Ss := ( −Sb ) ⋅

2 θ = 90 Fc = 0

( )

sin θ r

Ss = 21241.122 psi

Ssmax := 0.577⋅ Sy

Ss

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Ssmax

%All = 49.084 %

CASING HANGER LOAD SHOULDER ANALYSIS, BHP

To API 6A/16A/17D 9-5/8" CASING HANGER TO UNIHEAD

This set of calculations considers a hoop stress induced failure and a shear stress induced failure.

condition of BOP Test Plug @ 5000 psi

plus 9-5/8" Casing Weight

N.B. Pressure Test Loading equates to 677,000 lbs.

Total capacity of load shoulder is 1,062,000 lbs

leaving a capacity of 385,000 lbs for 9-5/8" Casing,

Actual Casing weight is 339,000 lbs

Plug lands on the separate Tubing Hanger Load

Shoulder. Therefore in the case of having 7" and

9-5/8" casing the total capacity for the 2 Strings is

1,062,000 lbs

Input Data

Maximum ID of shoulder surface

ID := 12.520

Minimum OD of mating part

(in inches)

OD := 13.086

OD of shoulder (in inches)

DT := 13.130

OD of head (in inches)

ODH := 19.094

Wall thickness at large end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − DT

T1 := T1 = 2.982

2

Wall thickness at small end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − ID

T2 := T2 = 3.287

2

Diameter to point of contact (in inches) BOP Test Plug situated at Tub Hgr load shldr

OD ID

D := + D = 12.803 PT := 13.130 THOD := 0

2 2

Angle from vertical in degrees (input range of angles to be considered) θ Where θ := 45

Worst Case Total Loading is BOP Test Plug + 9-5/8 Casing

Angle from vertical in radians

Worst case 9-5/8" Casing Load, 47 lb/ft @ 2200

π

θ r := θ ⋅

180

Test Pressure (In psi) Fc := 339000 lbs

p := 5000

PED :=

(

π⋅ PT − THOD

2 2 ) ⋅p

4

Axial force (in lb-f) acting on taper

5

Fa := PED + Fc Fc = 3.39 × 10

Coefficient of friction (dimensionless)

PED = 677001 lbs

f := 0.15

Fa = 1016001

Minimum Yield Strength of Material (psi)

Sy := 75000

Minimum Tensile Strength of Material (psi)

St := 95000

Calculated Data

Effective angle, summing the friction angle and the taper angle, up to 90 deg max.

0 (

A := arctan( f ) + θ r ) A = 0.934

0

π

A := A = 1.571

1 2 1

Bearing Stress

N.B. There are 4-off 3" slots provided in the casing hanger to cater for drilling returns

−Fa

Sb :=

( )

π⋅ OD2 − ID2 OD ID

− − ⋅ 4⋅ 3

4 2 2

Sb = −127210.466 Fc = 339000

Sb

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Sbmaxy

%All = 95.647 %

Hoop force in wall due to axial force acting on taper.

Fa

Fh :=

( 2⋅ π⋅ tan( Aeff ) )

horizontal reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material within a 45 deg

cone of the support surface.

A1 := 0⋅ ( T1)

2

( )

Lt := ( DT − ID) ⋅ cotan θ r ⋅ 0.5

A2 := 0.5⋅ ( T1 + T2) ⋅ Lt

2

A3 := 0.5⋅ T2

Ah := A1 + A2 + A3

Ah = 6.358

Fh

Sh :=

Ah

radial reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material between the centre lines

of the thick and thin section with load acting at diameter D (Point of contact between hanger

and head).

T2

h := + Lt

2

−Fa

Sr :=

h ⋅ π⋅ D⋅ tan( Aeff )

Local Membrane Stress Intensity

Allowable Limit SLM SLM := Sy

SLM = 75000 psi

Pl

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

SLM

%All = 37.839 %

2

θr

sin

Ss := ( −Sb ) ⋅

2 θ = 45 Fc = 339000

( )

sin θ r

Ss = 26346.15 psi

Ssmax := 0.577⋅ Sy

Ss

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Ssmax

%All = 60.881 %

CASING HANGER LOAD SHOULDER ANALYSIS,

To API 6A/16A/17D 13-3/8" HANGER WEAKEST POINT

This set of calculations considers a hoop stress induced failure and a shear stress induced failure.

Hanger is designed to support a total load in excess of 1,000,000 lbs load

Input Data

Maximum ID of shoulder surface

ID := 13.507

Minimum OD of mating part

(in inches)

OD := 14.200

OD of shoulder (in inches)

DT := 14.200

OD of head (in inches)

ODH := 14.200

Wall thickness at large end

of shoulder (in inches)

Weakest section

ODH − DT

T1 := T1 = 0 of 13-3/8" Hanger

2 supports 1,000,000 lbs

Wall thickness at small end

of shoulder (in inches)

ODH − ID

T2 := T2 = 0.346

2

OD ID

D := + D = 13.854

2 2

Load Shoulder is not affected by Internal Pressure testing

PT := 13.505 THOD := 0

Angle from vertical in radians Worst case loading will be 1,000,000 lbs

Fc := 1000000

π

θ r := θ ⋅

180

Test Pressure (In psi)

p := 0

PED :=

( 2

π⋅ PT − THOD ) ⋅p

2

4

Axial force (in lb-f) acting on taper

6

Fa := PED + Fc Fc = 1 × 10

Coefficient of friction (dimensionless)

PED = 0 lbs

f := 0.15

Fa = 1000000

Minimum Yield Strength of Material (psi)

Sy := 75000

Minimum Tensile Strength of Material (psi)

St := 95000

Calculated Data

Effective angle, summing the friction angle and the taper angle, up to 90 deg max.

0 (

A := arctan( f ) + θ r ) A = 1.72

0

π

A := A = 1.571

1 2 1

Bearing Stress

−Fa

Sb :=

(

π⋅ OD2 − ID2

)

4

6

Sb = −66311.275 Fc = 1 × 10

Sb

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Sbmaxy

%All = 69.801 %

Hoop force in wall due to axial force acting on taper.

Fa

Fh :=

( 2⋅ π⋅ tan( Aeff ) )

horizontal reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material within a 45 deg

cone of the support surface.

A1 := 0⋅ ( T1)

2

( )

Lt := ( DT − ID) ⋅ cotan θ r ⋅ 0.5

A2 := 0.5⋅ ( T1 + T2) ⋅ Lt

2

A3 := 0.5⋅ T2

Ah := A1 + A2 + A3

Ah = 0.06

Fh

Sh :=

Ah

radial reaction force in a support shoulder is carried by the material between the centre lines

of the thick and thin section with load acting at diameter D (Point of contact between hanger

and head).

T2

h := + Lt

2

−Fa

Sr :=

h ⋅ π⋅ D⋅ tan( Aeff )

Local Membrane Stress Intensity

− 10 6

Pl := Sh − Sr Pl = 1.705 × 10 psi θ = 90 Fc = 1 × 10

Allowable Limit SLM SLM := Sy

SLM = 75000 psi

Pl

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

SLM

− 13

%All = 2.273 × 10 %

2

θr

sin 6

Ss := ( −Sb ) ⋅

2 θ = 90 Fc = 1 × 10

( )

sin θ r

Ss = 33155.638 psi

Ssmax := 0.577⋅ Sy

Ss

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Ssmax

%All = 76.616 %

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CASING HANGER LOAD SHOULDER ANALYSIS, BHP

To API 6A/16A/17D CM Latch @ 6650 psi

This set of calculations considers a hoop stress induced failure and a shear stress induced failure.

Input Data

Maximum ID of shoulder surface

ID := 9.000

Minimum OD of mating part

(in inches)

OD := 9.364

PT := 9.813

p := 6650

PED :=

( 2) ⋅p

π⋅ PT

4

Sy := 110000

Minimum Tensile Strength of Material (psi)

St := 130000

Calculated Data

Bearing Stress

−PED

Sb :=

(

π⋅ OD2 − ID2

) 5

PED = 5.029 × 10

4

Sb = −95798.029

Sb

%age of allowable %All := ⋅ 100

Sbmaxy

%All = 73.691 %

Shear Stress, τ, is given by the following

Thickness of lockring Ds

t := 0.65

Ds := 9.000

Ats := π⋅ Ds ⋅ t

Ats = 18.378

PED

τ :=

Ats

σA := 0.6⋅ Sy

σA = 66000 psi

PAS :=

τ 100

σA

PAS = 41.463 %

LOCKDOWN SCREW CAPACITY (6650 PSI) ANALYSIS, BHP

To API 6A/16A/17D 4-1/2" TUBING HANGER

Tubing Hanger is held in place by 10-off 1.29" Diameter Lock Down Screws each having a

capacity of 101,945 lbs and 130,000 psi (Reference Calculation below and FMC Guideline

G20.24)

Using H2S Service Lockdown Screws, SYMS, Minimum Yield Strength is 130000 psi

π⋅ Dr2

Fr := ⋅ SMYS⋅ 0.6

4

Fr = 101945

Maximum Capacity of N-off Lockdown Screws (Ft), where N := 10

Ft := N⋅ Fr

Ft = 1019445 lbs

The maximum pressure is established using the following calculation where Pr is maximum

allowable pressure, N is number of engaged lockdown screws, A is area under pressure and

SF is the minimum safety factor

OD := 13.51 in ID := 4.5 in

A :=

( 2

π⋅ OD − ID

2)

4

A = 127.447 in sq SF := 1

N⋅ Fr

Pr :=

( A ⋅ SF)

Pr = 7999 psi

Thus 130,000 psi yield lockdown screws are suitable for 6650 psi applications

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