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Latest revision as of 16:28, 22 May 2020




Daily Shift Report 25 January 2018

Date:01/25/2018

Written by: Craig Ulrich

SURF Personnel: Mike Oates

Others Onsite: Pat and Bill

 

Location(s):  4850 Level - EGS Collab SIGMA-V drill site

Purpose:

       Geophysical well logging

 

Science Hours on Site:

Surface: 1 hrs 00 min

Underground:  21 hrs  00 min

 

Irregularities:

       Nothing today

 

Actions:

       Arrived on surface at 6:15 am

       Arrived for 6:30 am cage

       After arriving on site performed toolbox talk to discuss the hazards of the day

       Move to PDB and PDT for logging

       Ran Res in PDB and PDT

       Run calibration on FTC with know prepared salt water

       Collected FTC in kISMET 003 well (Figure 1)

       Relocate to P and OT for “find the fracture”

       Capped OT and conveyed the FTC tool down the production well

       Flowed city water into the well and ran the FTC up the Production well twice with the OT well water at 26.7C and 20C but didn’t see the fracture. Instead the OT well cooled down overall instead of having a hot spot to capture

       PST flow rate was 40 ml/min, still no flow in the other wells

       Took FTC, Res, and Matrix to the surface to have shipped tomorrow

       Geophysics crew left at 5:00 pm

 

Documents or Procedures: Drilling & Logging JHA

Materials Receiving/Shipping:

       OTV and ATV shipped out today back to Mt. Sopris

Acts of Safety: Daily safety talk.

Near Misses or Incidents:Cabling associated with the borehole logging system presented a tripping hazard that was addressed by minimizing the need to step over the cables and better cable management practices. Tripod fell over while logging.


(Name of Science Group) Personnel Hours (Surface and Underground):

 

 

Name

Surface Hours

Underground Hours

Time In

Time Out

Time In

Time Out

1

Craig Ulrich

6:15

17:15

6:30

17:00

2

Pat Dobson

6:15

17:15

6:30

17:00

3

Bill R.

11:30

17:15

11:45

17:00

 

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Figure 1- Logging kISMET 003 borehole.

 

 

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Figure 2- Mike and Craig looking for the fracture in E1-P

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 1 Well Flow Rates

 

Well #

1/09/18 (ml/m)

1/11/18 (ml/m)

1/17/18 (ml/m)

1/18/18 (ml/m)

1/19/18 (ml/m)

1/22/18 (ml/m)

1/23/18 (ml/m)

1/24/18 (ml/m)

1/25/18 (ml/m)

E1-PST

90

60

32

40

30

19.6

29.2

23

40

E1-PSB

NA

NA

1.7

5

3.75

NA

NA

NA

NA

E1-I

NA

NA

0.93

1.22

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA