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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...

02/22/2005

During initial completion operations on a deepwater subsea oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, the 7-3/4 in., 46.1 lb/ft casing failed the pressure test in the production liner. Subsequent operations located the casing leak 1,800 ft above the target completion intervals. The original completion was...

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.

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...

09/17/2011

An operator's well in the Marcellus Shale developed a split in the horizontal section during the primary cement job. Pressure integrity needed to be restored before the operator could continue completing the well.  

03/13/2012
An operator drilling a sub-salt exploration deepwater well in Gulf of Mexico, experienced an unstable wellbore at the base of the salt; which resulted in setting the 9-7/8 in. liner 3,400 ft higher than originally planned.
In exploratory wells, maintaining hole size is critical due...

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