Technical Library

Objective

04/21/2004

Regain pressure integrity of the 7-3/4 in. production liner for stacked FracPac™ completion operations using Solid Expandable Tubular (SET™) technology.

05/05/2006

Get back on planned drilling program and finish the well with an adequate hole size to evaluate potential production zones at TD.

09/12/2004

Solid expandable tubular technology presents an opportunity to significantly boost the production capacity of wells by increasing the size of the completion. As such, it offers an economically attractive and environmentally friendly option to breathe new life into gas fields. It is flexible in...

01/30/2005

Using Solid Expandables in their drilling plan, operators in the Savell field cut drilling time in multiple installations from 94 to 74 days and increased the rate of penetration by 37%. Reduce field development costs by using available Solid Expandable Tubular (SET®) technology as a method to...

10/15/2014

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...

10/15/2014

In openhole environments, SET® Systems provide a variety of solutions including mitigating risk, adding casing strings, and isolating trouble formations while retaining maximum internal diameter.

02/01/2013

A large independent Operator discovered several leaks and a parted section in the 7 in. production casing from 2,000 ft. to 500 ft. In order to fracture the well, casing integrity had to be restored to handle over 6,000 psi surface fracture pressure to ensure the well could become a viable asset...

09/01/2013
In the Marcellus Shale, fracturing rates and pressures can be substantial, but there are other problems also associated with completing these wells, which can promote casing failure or compromise the pressureintegrity of a well. A...
09/30/2013

An Operator, in the Ardmore Basin, was unable to put a well onto first production due to casing damage at a 5½” to 4½” casing crossover.

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