Technical Library

Objective

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.

04/19/2008

Isolate the trouble zone while conserving hole size by planning solid expandable technology into the well design; optimize wellbore trajectory and reduce risk in sidetrack drilling operations.

09/17/2008

Install a SET® Openhole solid expandable system fitted with injection-moulded composite standoff blades.

06/30/2000

Optimizing the casing program is one of the most critical factors in well design for deepwater applications. Conventional design often dictates that very large surface casing be used to allow passage of a high number of subsequent casing strings telescoping down in size that are required to...

05/02/2010

The customer was sidetracking the well, and unable to run their 16-inch liner. The 13-5/8 inch and 11-3/4 inch casing were both set high, which would compromise the originally planned 8-1/2 inch hole size.

 

The operator selected a 9-5/8 x 11-3/4 in. SET®...

12/29/2009

A major operator was sidetracking out of an existing well to a nearby reservoir.The first attempt to sidetrack utilizing a conventional casing design failed to reach the target depth and damaged the 13-3/8 in. casing.

The casing design for a...

08/01/2011

Challenge: Redevelop an established Gulf of Mexico deepwater field by accessing additional reserves.

01/30/2005

Using Solid Expandables in their drilling plan, operators in the Savell field cut drilling time in multiple installations from 94 to 74 days and increased the rate of penetration by 37%. Reduce field development costs by using available Solid Expandable Tubular (SET®) technology as a method to...

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