Technical Library

09/17/2008

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

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...

09/19/2006

Leverage information gained from the first well in the development project and install Solid Expandable Tubular (SET®) systems to the subsequent wells to save casing points and preserve hole size while drilling through shale formations and depleted zones.

04/01/2012

Offshore Denmark, Directional Well, 8 5/8 x 10 3/4

04/16/2013

Isolate a lower pressured oil production zone from other nearby higher pressured zones to mitigate cross-flow between the different reservoirs.

02/27/2014

SET® solid expandable technology enabled the Operator to stay on course with the planned reservoir drilling and completion solution, due to the preservation of hole size.

09/08/2015

A major operator in the Norwegian North Sea anticipated problems while drilling a    12-¼ x 13-½ in. hole section which required setting 10-¾ in. casing early. This left a section of overburden exposed above the reservoir. 

The 8-5/8 in. ESET HP System isolated the overburden section,...

02/14/2018

CNR International U.K Ltd. required a system to restore well integrity on a well in their Tiffany Field. A suspected non gas tight connection around 600ft MD within the 10-¾” production casing required to be repaired. Future plans for the well include drilling a sidetrack from the 7” casing and...

08/27/2018

An Operator in the Norwegian North Sea encountered a restriction 118m (387 ft.) off bottom while running a 10-¾” MLT liner. This was the third attempt to pass the trouble spot. The decision was made to cement the MLT liner in place and find an alternative way to cover up the troublesome Balder...