Shut Off Water Production

Reduce Unwanted Water Production from Wells

High water cut in operator wells reduces hydrocarbon production and profitability while adding the burden of costly water treatments, disposal, and management.

Unlike traditional methods, Wel-lok™ technology provides complete isolation across the wellbore. Bridge plugs, for example, only isolate inside the completion allowing water to be produced up the annulus.

BiSN provides a permanent isolation in a single trip as opposed to other chemical treatments, some of which require multiple applications a year to maintain their effectiveness. The application of Wel-lok™ technology can save operators significant cost while increasing production and, therefore, profitability.

Wel-lok™ Water Shut Off (WSO)

The BiSN Wel-lok™ WSO solution provides an annular seal without damaging the completion in any way. While other solutions can reduce water cut, perforating or punching holes in the screens is required to gain access to the annulus.

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Dive deeper, explore the Wel-lok™ WSO (Water Shut Off)

The Wel-lok™ WSO (Water Shut Off) has been specifically developed to reduce unwanted water production from wells with sand screen and open hole gravel pack completions (OHGP).

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