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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.


The SET liner permanetly isolated the loss zone allowing the well to maximize reservoir contact.


Enventure’s process for running SET systems through window exits accommodates vertical, highly deviated, and horizontal wellbores (including extended reach wellbores).


In the 15 years that solid expandable technology (SET) has been available, more than 1600 systems have been installed globally. This equates to enough solid expandable pipe to reach the International Space Station and beyond - over 260 miles. A growing portion of this pipe is designed for HPHT...


A major Operator in the North Sea required isolation of a high pressure gas-bearing zone to enable safe drilling and logging of the reservoir section, as well as, a solution to isolate a leaking stage tool in the 9-5/8 in. base casing.


3D seismic surveys identified deep exploratory pay interval targets below an existing field development. The Operator wanted to reach these potential pay targets by using the existing well infrastructure (by sidetracking) to drill deeper in the HPHT environment, while maintaining sufficient hole...


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,...


A Major Operator drilling an appraisal sidetrack well in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico needed a solution to to cover and isolate a trouble zone that would enable them to stay on plan and reach well TD with the planned hole size. 

The record-setting SET installation, mitigated the risk of...


An Operator drilling a well in the Permian Basin needed a solution to isolate losses below their intermediate 9-5/8 in. casing string that was causing them to lose mud at a rate of 60 Bbls/hr., and achieve the required mud weight to drill the curve/lateral section of the well. After setting...


An Operator drilling a well in the Permian Basin was unable to set their intermediate 9-5/8 in. casing at the planned depth of 6,900 ft. inside of the 12-1/4 in. hole due to an unstable formation. An additional casing point was needed across the loss zone due to the anticipated increase in mud...