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Objective

03/09/2004

Drill through 200 feet of depleted sands, add a casing point and reach the pay target (measured depth between 11,000 to 13,000 feet) with adequate hole size while maintaining the smallest upper wellbore possible.

10/15/2008

Optimize project economics, well design and drilling efficiency with application of SET solid expandable technology.

09/09/2003

For years, the reduction of tubular inside diameter (ID), or “telescoping effect,” limited the exploration and production of oil and gas. Using conventional technology, operators faced significant loss of ID in the course of the normal drilling process, during reentry and deepening of existing...

02/08/2010

In 2009, a global super-major operating out of Borneo experienced problems with a well it was running from a drillship in over 5,000 feet of water off of the Sarawakan coast. An initial exploration well working a straight hole in a shale formation, the operator encountered an unstable...

07/16/2010

A leading onshore natural gas producer working Northern Louisiana experienced problems along the vertical section of a horizontal development well.

Enventure deployed two ESeal Liners enabling them to continue the planned completion.

09/01/2011

An operator needed to overcome drilling obstacles in their Gulf of Mexico, HPHT well.

Three SET® Systems were installed in this well and enabled the operator to reach the planned target. 

03/03/2005

Preserve hole size by implementing a contingency plan that included two SET® solid expandable liners and one conventional API liner run below the well’s planned 11-7/8 in. drilling liner.

10/03/2008

The operator was already utilizing SET® systems in a well slimming program that reduced upper hole sizes thereby improving ROP and significantly reducing overall costs. To further save time, the need for underreaming and cementing the expandable system was eliminated by incorporating a...

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