Tech Paper Realising Lost Well Productivity via Wellbore Implosion
Successful application of WIC wellbore implosion technique in cleaning existing perforations.
Restore production and completion integrity in unconsolidated formations
Sand management efforts are most effective when engineered and deployed early in the life of the well, but early water breakthrough or high drawdown in a mature well can lead to unexpected sand and fines that hinder production and damage lifting equipment. In addition, even the most robust, well-engineered sand control technologies require remediation after many years of corrosion, erosion, or plugging damage.
From conventional straddle packers that shut off a damaged screen to state-of-the-art chemical systems that stabilize sands with little permeability impairment, we have a full range of technologies to help you restore production and completion integrity and prevent further damage.
Restore production after sand, fines, scale, and other solids plug the completion or wellbore.
Remediate or replace eroded, corroded, and damaged sand screens—without pulling the whole completion.
Shut off perforations or zones after water or gas breakthrough to restore deeper hydrocarbon production.