Challenge: Design and implement a field-level remediation plan using cased-hole SET® Solid Expandable Tubular technology to facilitate production restoration.
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.
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.
In order to facilitate a lower zone fracture treatment, three sets of perforations required a high-pressure, gas-tight isolation treatment that would maximize casing ID for completion tools. The solution provided a successful, gas-tight isolation of the three sets of perforations...
To completely isolate the main pay zone (MPZ) from lower residual oil zone (ROZ) with options to set conventional liner in future if needed for conformance work. Installation of 5-1/2” x 7”, 23 lb ESeal Liners to isolate the upper perforations in each well would enable injection through newly-...
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.
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...
ESeal™ HP Patch systems: A high-performance wellbore repair solution.
These systems utilize a higher yield-strength material than standard ESeal systems. The material’s increased burst and collapse ratings provide enhanced performance and reliability.
From re-completions to field...
Enventure's 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inch, 17 lb/ft ESeal Liner was installed in a Barnett Shale 3000 ft lateral wellbore to isolate existing perforations while allowing fracturing of new shale colume between old perforation clusters.