How a damaged casing will jeopardize your production
Maintenance and repair of well tubular is a major concern for operators. The integrity of the casing string is indeed intimately linked to the production lifespan. Damaged casings mean both serious hazards to QHSE and potential jeopardy of the production rates. Mature and new wells are both subject to such threats, and may require an intervention. Damaged casing repair prevents not only blow outs, and collapse of the damaged strings. But it can also eliminate the need for a major workover.
Solution for damaged casing repair
Saltel expandable steel Casing Patch allows restoring casing integrity, optimizes the well’s production, and prevents fluid or gas migrations in the annulus. The Patch once set, leaves large ID access to the well for most standard downhole tools. Saltel Patch is a pressure-resistant inner lining which allows the end user to avoid plug and abandonment decisions.
Case Study : Saltel High Temperature Patch repairs leaking casings
Saltel High Temperature Patch repairs leaking casings Successful High Temperature patch installations in Californian thermal wells. Context Numerous wells in California use thermal recovery techniques to extract oil. According to…
Case Study : Casing Repair at Surface Total Austral, Neuquén, Argentina
Casing Repair at Surface Total Austral, Neuquén, Argentina Context The 7’’ 23lb/ft well is located in the province of Neuquén, Argentina. A leak was detected in the casing at 8m…
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