Challenge: Design and implement a field-level remediation plan using cased-hole SET® Solid Expandable Tubular technology to facilitate production restoration.
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-...
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.
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.
The Operator utilized Enventure's ESeal Liner expandable technology to isolate zones and provide a high-pressure environment for an aggressive re-frac program. The treatments paid out in ~2 months and increased production 700% where cement squeezes failed.
As part of a multi-well program, isolate severe water-thief zones in a field where squeezing, casing patches and dual packer isolation assemblies rarely worked. The solution increased production and ultimately resulted in higher reserves.
SET technology is the result of a cold-working process that permanently deforms the pipe without any additional heat. The procedure inherent to expanding tubulars takes the steel beyond its elastic limit into the plastic region of the stress-strain curve, while remaining safely below ultimate...
Results from two case histories in shale plays indicate that the use of an expandable refrac liner gives comparable, or better, gas production than other methods of perforation isolation, and provides assurance
for frac stage injectivity.