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Ron Sweatman

About Ron Sweatman

Ron Sweatman has 42 years of experience in several well construction and production/injection technologies. Ron majored in Chemistry at Louisiana State University and in Petroleum Engineering at University of Louisiana, Lafayette. He has served on 20 industry committees, co-authored over 60 technical publications, received six industry awards, and invented 30 patented technologies. Ron has a broad range of oilfield-services experience, including assignments in laboratory testing, engineering design, field operations, regional management, and technical support groups. His deepwater experience started in 1978 working on the Baltimore Canyon well in 2,686 feet of water on the Atlantic Ocean Outer Continental Shelf and has continued in other offshore areas including the Gulf of Mexico, West Africa, and North Sea.

What Can Deepwater Operators Do … (Part III of III)

to Help Improve Drilling Safety and Ensure Well Integrity? This is the final segment (part three) on the recent “Effects of Water Depth Workshop” report about the effects of water depth on offshore equipment and operations. This blog is limited to a discussion of future industry needs as described in the EWD report, Technical Summary of Workshop Session #3 –Well Drilling and Completion...

What Can Deepwater Operators Do … (Part II of III)

to Help Improve Drilling Safety and Ensure Well Integrity? This is part two of three on the recent, “Effects of Water Depth Workshop”, report about the effects of water depth on offshore equipment and operations. This blog is limited to a discussion of future industry needs as described in the EWD report, Technical Summary of Workshop Session #3 – Well Drilling and Completion...

What Can Deepwater Operators Do … (Part I of III)

to Help Improve Drilling Safety and Ensure Well Integrity? A recent report, “Effects of Water Depth Workshop”, published in March of 2011, was on a study coordinated by the Argonne National Lab (ANL) for the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) on the effects of water depth on offshore equipment and operations. This two-day workshop in November 2011 consisted of 6...

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