Technical Library

09/03/2007

Mitigate shale formations, in which loss of returns and sticking are common, by combining SET® expandable tubulars with sidetracking operations in order to reach additional reserves with optimized hole size.

05/16/2004

Accurately install SET® Openhole Clad solid expandable systems featuring water-sensitive swelling elastomer seals. The installation further proved SET® technology applied for the first time a year earlier in another field.

 

12/28/2011

The Operator had two sections of perforations in 4-1/2 in. casing that needed to be repaired. They required a solution that would repair the 4-1/2 in. casing and still maintain sufficient ID for this well to be used as a power water injector well.

07/14/2005

Remove recovery obstacles in openhole laterals by combining SET® solid expandable systems with intelligent well technology.

01/03/2012

BP experienced losses while drilling a development well due to weak sand formation directly below the 13-3/8in. shoe. Multiple attempts were made to stem the losses - all without success.
A solution was required to isolate the weak sand formation and enable drilling to continue with higher...

05/01/2013

A major operator in the Middle East encountered significant corrosion in 7" base casing on one of its injection wells in an important onshore oil field. The corrosion of the pipe presented a safety risk, as well as, a commercial concern that well integrity would be jeopardized and reduce...

04/16/2013

Isolate a lower pressured oil production zone from other nearby higher pressured zones to mitigate cross-flow between the different reservoirs.

11/04/2011

The ESeal Liner provided the maximum flow area for injector fluids resulting in greater injection volumes and rates due to less friction pressure loss during injection.  The standard conventional scab liner is the 5 in. liner which provides a 4.481 in. ID., while the 5½ x 7 in. ESeal liner...

11/28/2013

The SET liner permanetly isolated the loss zone allowing the well to maximize reservoir contact.

02/17/2014

A major Middle East Operator experienced problems running expandable liners to isolate a zone of total loss circulation and tight spots, increasing the risk of stuck pipe.  The addition of Expandable Bow-Spring Centralizers provided the solution with pre and post-expansion stand-off that allowed...

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