Well Completion

Ensure a competent annular seal at the beginning of a well’s life and eliminate the need for expensive interventions or unreliable cement squeezes in the future.

Elastomer seals and cement have been used for decades to seal the annulus between casings yet, as many field engineers will testify, these materials are known to have a high failure rate. Remediation using cement or resin squeezes leads to expensive, difficult and unreliable workovers.

  • Ensure a competent annular seal at the beginning of a well’s life and eliminate the need for expensive interventions or unreliable cement squeezes in the future.
  • Reduce Gas Migration in the Annulus of New Wells with Wel-lok™ TDAP
  • The Wel-lok™ TDAP (Thermally Deformable Annular Packer) was developed as a preventative tool to be run as part of the original casing string.

Eliminate Gas Migration / Sustained Casing Pressure

Well shut in due to SCP or the development of future casing vent flow when the cement in the annulus ultimately degrades causing the development of micro-annuli can have immediate effects on production. These issues require multiple expensive interventions and have the potential to weaken the casing string.

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