Thru Tubing

Summary

  • 25 Companies
  • 3 Patents
  • 1 Use Cases
  • 4 Case Studies
  • 7 Science Papers
  • Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
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Oil and Energy
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Only Thru Tubing Solutions offers the specialized downhole equipment and services to deliver the results you need, right when you need them. When it comes to your downhole operations, there’s too much on the line to trust just anyone. You need the people who understand the field better—and have the tools designed to outperform the rest. You need the downhole specialists. TTS focuses on downhole operations exclusively, and delivers specialized service to shale regions across the globe. Our teams work alongside clients to not only plan the best course of action for every well scenario, but also to choose ideal equipment from our inventory of high-performance, proprietary tools. And we do it all 24/7. It’s why our customers can expect the most effective solutions done the right way, the first time, every time.
1997
Public Company
437
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Houston, TX
Abaco Drilling Technologies (formerly Basintek) is a leading technology-driven manufacturer of power sections for Oil & Gas drilling and thru-tubing operations. Our modern facilities, precision manufacturing capabilities, quality control, R&D, and engineering proficiency deliver ideal elastomer and power section solutions that increase efficiency, improve safety and maximize downhole performance. Abaco manufactures technologically advanced Mud Motor Power Sections designed to withstand the harshest drilling environments. Our products are manufactured using the highest quality methods, workmanship and materials. Our elite portfolio of power sections are engineered for mud motors ranging from 1-11/16” thru 11-1/4” in diameter, and are manufactured utilizing innovative elastomer technologies developed for high temperature, high wear and extreme operating environments. POWER SECTION SIZES: CONVENTIONAL: 4-3/4"​ - 9-5/8 “ EVENTEK™ : 4-3/4"​ thru 9-5/8 “ THRU TUBING: 1-11/16"​ thru 3-3/4“ ELASTOMERS: • HPT Elevated Temperatures. • HPW High Wear • HPX Extreme Environments
2010
Privately Held
88
3
Oil and Energy
Lafayette, Louisiana
Dynasty is the Global leader in specialized Fishing and Plug and Abandonment (P&A) operations. Section Milling to mitigate sustained casing pressure is our expertise and we have the most recognized and experienced team of expert’s ready to plan your well. Call Dynasty for - Fishing, Section Milling, Rental Tools, Casing Exits, Thru Tubing, Land to Deepwater ...we have your tools.
2016
Privately Held
88
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Oil and Energy
New Iberia, Louisiana
Premium Oilfield Services is an independent oilfield service company dedicated to providing its customers with the best service in the industry. Our services include Rental Tools, Fishing Services, Wireline Services, Whipstock Services, Thru Tubing Services and Rotating Control Devices through our subsidiary Cutter Drilling Systems. As a rapidly growing company with the highest standards, Premium's mission is to supply its customers with the best tools and personnel in the North American oilfield market. We support all products and services with one of the newest tool fleets in the industry, experienced personnel dedicated to operational success, and a focus on safety. Our staff of fully trained and certified field supervisors has a combined experience of over 300 years. We take the time necessary to meticulously plan each project; providing our clients with detailed procedures, cost estimates, and answers to any questions the client may have. Our highly skilled technical support staff is available to the client 24/7 in support of ongoing operations. Premium Oilfield Services is the leading fishing and thru-tubing service provider on the Gulf Coast, with operations in Lafayette, LA, Laurel, MS and Southeast Texas. Premium’s newly established operations in Midland, TX are capable of meeting all of your fishing and thru tubing needs across the Permian basin.
2012
Privately Held
76
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Oil and Energy
Don Torcuato, Buenos Aires
Christensen Roder es una compañía dedicada a las actividades petroleras. Nuestro extensivo portfolio de herramientas y servicios proporciona soluciones individuales o integrales a nuestros clientes. Esta combinación sumado a la prolongada experiencia, ayuda a cada uno de nuestros clientes a tomar las mejores decisiones y desarrollar tareas de campo de manera mas eficiente técnica y económica. Disponemos de herramientas y servicios de operación en Thru Tubing, Coring, Motores de Fondo para WO, Estabilizadores para Perforación y WO, Tubería Flexible RTP para lineas de conducción y downhole
1979
Privately Held
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Oil and Energy
Broussard, LA
Eaton Oil Tools, Inc. was founded in 1973 as a full service casing cutting company, servicing much of the offshore oil and gas industry in the Gulf of Mexico. Growing with the rising needs of the South Louisiana oil fields Eaton expanded its area of expertise and involvement. Today, after years of growing and expanding business operations, Eaton Oil Tools, Inc. has expanded into a leading service supplier of cased & open hole fishing, thru tubing fishing, casing cutting, section milling, whipstocks & rental tools throughout the Gulf of Mexico and Southern US. Our organization consists of talented, knowledgeable, technical veteran managers and supervisors who bring years of hands-on experience to our firm. With headquarters in Broussard, LA and additional facilities in Ruston, LA ; Carthage, TX ; Palestine, TX ; and San Angelo, TX, Eaton has been operating for over 40 years in the US and we are proud of the fact that we have what many consider to be the best “hands” in the oilfield. Our repuation of all services speaks for itself!
1973
Partnership
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Houston, Texas
Performance Driven. Reliability Focused. Headquartered in the Energy Corridor in Houston, Rival Downhole Tools rents, sells and services best-in-class drilling and thru tubing motors and tools to the upstream oil and gas industry. Founded in 2002 the company leverages its Ashmin legacy, as an engineering firm focused on the creation of new technology, for licensing to service companies, rental tool suppliers, drilling contractors and E&P companies.
2002
Privately Held
48
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Oil and Energy
Jakarta, Jakarta
Petro Bangun was founded by successful local Indonesia businessmen and investors who joined forces with highly experienced long time Indonesia oil industry veterans and together they identified the need to expand the businessmen’s already successful oilfield service and manufacturing operations to include close to the wellhead services such as fishing and thru tubing remedial services, equipment sales service and repair .
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Privately Held
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Oil and Energy
Belle Chasse, Louisiana
Since 1985 River Rental Tools Inc. has been developing equipment and systems that pump profit directly into your bottom line. We specialize in rental oilfield equipment and personnel solutions for pumping and filtration. Our support tools, equipment and personnel are tailored to maximize production in the realms of drilling, workover and pipeline projects. This includes Pumping, Coiled Tubing, Snubbing, Wireline, Cementing, Thru Tubing Services, Fishing, Fracturing, Stimulation and Pipelines.
1985
Privately Held
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Oil and Energy
Lafayette, Louisiana
Spartan Energy Services LLC, established in April of 2010 on a mission to provide our customers with a first class service in the oil and natural gas industry. Our commitment to our customers is delivering the highest quality of equipment and tools in the industry coupled with professional and safe personnel. We administer a performance driven atmosphere with the utmost focus on health and well-being of our employees, in hand with environmental protection. The common goal of Spartan is to execute our experience, quality, and customer satisfaction to be superior at every location . Since our founding, Spartan has strategically expanded in to eight locations throughout Louisiana, Texas, and Pennsylvania, by utilizing our paramount, 100% client driven subsidiaries: Spartan Thru Tubing Services, LLC, a Thru Tubing milling and fishing company which provides drilling / milling and fishing services used in conjunction with Coiled tubing, Snubbing, and work over Rigs. Spartan Flow Control Services, LLC, (began operations April 2011) a flow control company provides Frac Valves and Flowback equipment and qualified personnel. Locations Scott, LA - (TT) (337) 269-7300 Bossier City, LA - (TT) (FC) (318) 424-5020 Montoursville, PA - (TT) (570) 546-9100 Midland, TX - (TT) (FC) (432) 689-3095 Pleasanton, TX (TT) - (830) 569-8964 Pleasanton, TX (FC) - (830) 569-0003
2010
Privately Held
36

Patents

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Thru tubing tool and method
A downhole assembly comprises a whipstock and an expandable anchoring tool connected to the whipstock, wherein the tool comprises a body including a plurality of angled channels formed into a wall thereof and a plurality of moveable slips, wherein the slips translate along the angled channels between a collapsed position and an expanded position. A method for performing a thru tubing operation in a well bore comprises running a downhole assembly comprising a whipstock and an expandable anchoring tool in a collapsed position through a first diameter section of the well bore, orienting the whipstock, and translating a plurality of pairs of slips of the expandable anchoring tool to an expanded position into gripping engagement with a casing lining a second diameter section of the well bore that is larger than the first diameter section, wherein the pairs of slips are axially spaced apart along the expandable anchoring tool.
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Smith International, Inc.
Chad D. Evans, John E. Campbell, Charles H. Dewey
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Intelligent thru tubing bridge plug with downhole instrumentation
A conventional thru tubing bridge plug is rendered in a more effective and useful downhole tool by incorporating a sensor module complete with preferably a plurality of downhole sensors to monitor downhole parameters such as but not limited to temperature and pressure both within the inflatable tool and in the annulus of the well created thereby.
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Baker Hughes Incorporated
Darrin L. Willauer
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5 769 167
Thru tubing whipstock and method
A thru tubing whipstock assembly 10 may be set within a casing string CS after passing through the lower end of a smaller diameter tubing string TS. Once set within the casing string CS, the whipstock face 18 on whipstock body 12 may divert a rotatable bit B for cutting a window in the casing string CS. The whipstock assembly 10 includes an anchor A below the whipstock body 12 for securing the set whipstock assembly within the casing string. A hinge assembly 14 below the whipstock body 12 may be pivoted from a run-in position for passing through the tubing string to a set position for positioning the whipstock face 18 for engagement with the bit B. A wedge assembly 38 is provided at the upper end of whipstock body 12 and is also movable from a run-in position to a set position. The wedge assembly includes an outer wedge member 102 for engaging an interior wall of the casing string at a position circumferentially opposite the location where the window is to be cut, and an inner wedge member 104 slidably moveable with respect to both the outer wedge member 102 and the whipstock body 12. An elongate rod 52 is positioned within a bore 54 extending through the outer wedge member, the inner wedge member, and an upper portion of the whipstock body 12 when in the run-in position. The rod 52 retains the wedge assembly in the run-in position, and is removed to allow the outer wedge member 102 and inner wedge member 104 to move to the set position. A rod extension 92 extends through a passageway 94 in the whipstock body 12 so that a lower end of the rod extension 92 fits within a socket 160 within a hinge arm 166 to retain the hinge assembly in the run-in position. Once the rod 52 is moved upward, the biasing force of a spring 150 moves the rod extension 92 out of the socket 160, thereby allowing the hinge assembly to pivot to its set position. The whipstock assembly is also retrievable through the tubing string.
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TIW Corporation
Britt O. Braddick

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
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Designing Underbalanced Thru Tubing Drilling Operations
This paper describes the planning issues that will need to be addressed when planning underbalanced thru tubing drilling operations. Planning a conventional underbalanced well can be complicated at the best of times. Planning a thru tubing underbalanced operation is even more complicated. For a successful thru tubing operation, a significant amount of planning and experience is needed. Very often we see that the service providers for coil or UBD services get asked to help in the planning aspects of a well. Although their experience in executing operations associated with their equipment is significant, planning a thru tubing (TTD) well with the objectives of an operator in mind is not their daily business. We have seen a number of operational failures either as a result of poor planning or as a lack of experience. Many of these failures are being blamed on the equipment or on the technology as many operators are unaware of the current limits of TTD operations. This is partly due to the fact that many thru tubing drilled wells are experimental technology projects with operators testing if thru tubing operations can be executed on their own wells. It has been proven in Alaska and Oman that a sustained campaign of thru tubing underbalanced drilling can lead to significant cost savings and operational improvements. Yet in many area's of the world, both underbalanced drilling technology and thru tubing drilling technology is not implemented due to uncertainties on the successful outcome of a TTD project. Experience in the planning and operational aspects of a TTD-UBD well is extremely important to achieve a successful outcome.
Engineering
2001
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Improved Screen Installation Method by Pseudo-Straddled Ceramic Screen Towards Light and Robust Thru Tubing Sand Control Technique in Competitive Edge of Mature Gas Field Mahakam
Mahakam block has supported Indonesia's Oil and Gas production with over 40 years of deliverability. Presently, along with its maturity cycle, comes the challenge of a steeply declining matured field with indicators of marginal reserves, included unconsolidated sand reservoirs as one of the main contributors which required sand control. In addition, future offshore platform development emerged the urgency of light deployment and robust sand control. Deep dive into the methodology, it was mandatorily to revisit what techniques available on the shelves and what is the current technology has to offer. Mahakam subsurface sand controls were classified into gravel pack, open hole stand-alone screen, chemical sand consolidation (SCON), and thru-tubing metal screen. These also respectively account for the highest to the lowest of operational investment, associated production contribution, and its reliability. Thru tubing screen methodology in cased-hole application showed weakness by plugging and erosion issue resulting on minimum utilization as lowest end subsurface sand control means. Several normative elements factored into it, with the root cause of screen placement. It was avoided to install metallic screen in front perforation due to direct jetting during the natural sand packing (NSP) process, causing an installation at slightly above perforation with the absence of stable NSP and screen size selection complexity. Thru-tubing screen with higher strata of material, silicon carbide or ceramic, was selected as a pioneer on new installation philosophy to tackle erosion issue. It was combined with the developed Mahakam sand grain size map as a screen size selection guideline. A confidence pseudo-straddle thru-tubing ceramic screen (TTCS) installation campaign in front of perforation interval was explored on swamp (Tunu) and offshore (Peciko) gas wells. This technique adopts open hole SAS with retrievable concept optimizing slickline intervention. Perfection of the techniques is a process that continues. However, based on the current study and trial results on wells installation throughout 2020 to 2021, positive results were achieved: Operation simplicity with minimum operation HSE risk, Sand free production delivery addressing highly unconsolidated reservoir with widely distributed sand grain by mitigating the risk of screen erosion, The average cost savings were 66% in delta and 76% in offshore compared to allocated SCON budget, Cummulative gas deliverability increased by more than 200% compared to previous thru-tubing metal screen performance, Performance exceeded average SCON production rate and in-situ gas velocity limit at several installations, The installation method had a 100% retrievability success ratio from all retrieval attempts on inactive wells installation, It had no damaging effect to the reservoir when remedial by SCON was required, The installation concept adoption has been proven on highly deviated and unique completion configurations. This enlightenment boosted confidence in both the assessment technique and installation philosophy. This initiative would enable the production of Mahakam marginal sandy reservoir while sparking to a wider application as an alternative robust and light sand control solution.
2022
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Lookback Analysis and Benchmarking to Improve Success Rate of Thru Tubing Perforations for Accessing Behind Casing Opportunities in Brown Fields
Accessing behind casing opportunities plays a key role in ensuring that production targets are achieved in the PETRONAS operated fields in Malaysian basin. This is however getting more challenging as these fields comprising mostly of stacked clastic reservoirs get matured. This paper provides a comprehensive review of all thru tubing perforation jobs done over last two years in PETRONAS operated fields in the region with focus on failure reasons and future mitigation measures to ensure higher rate of success. As a part of this study, all the historical thru tubing perforation jobs done to access behind casing opportunities over last 2 years across more than 22 producing fields in the region with PETRONAS as the operator were analyzed in detail. These jobs were then studied with respect to the main factors which impacts overall job success or failure. These included but was not limited to fluid contacts, gun, and charge type, nearby well performance, zone saturation data availability, completion type, contractor performance etc. In addition, post job details like sand production, artificial lift performance which contributed to well behavior post perforation were also evaluated. Exhaustive gun perforation and well model simulations were conducted to model post perforation well performance. Actual data with distribution and impact of the above-mentioned parameters will be discussed at length in the paper. Key findings which contribute to the overall successful thru tubing perforation jobs and lessons learnt for future perforation jobs will be presented in the paper. Based on the comprehensive review and in-depth analysis, the operator has gained great visibility on key focus areas for thru tubing perforation jobs to increase success rate for completing the behind casing opportunities. Results specially re-iterate the importance of saturation data, gun selection and sand control among other parameters for successful thru tubing perforation jobs in matured stacked reservoirs. The study also indicate why these parameters are even more important for multiple tubular perforations such as cement packers, complex dual string completions, multiple tubular perforation etc. Based on the findings from the study, the paper will recommend key points to consider while completing behind casing opportunities in challenging environment. While a lot of literature and study is available on perforations in general, the author could not find any noticeable work which is based on large amount of actual field data on how to improve thru tubing perforation jobs in matured stacked reservoirs in complex completions. This paper aims to help operators improve on the existing practices to ensure better and more successful results while completing behind casing opportunities using thru tubing perforations.
2022
0
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Recent Case Histories of Multilateral Systems Enabling Thru Tubing Intervention in the Middle East
Historically, the ability to perform intervention on multilateral wells has been limited. While multilateral (ML) well construction technologies have progressed to a high level of reliability, multilateral systems that enabled intervention during the life of well had a more limited track record. Intervention outcomes after prolonged periods of production were less consistent. This lack of technologies with sufficient intervention case histories meant that generally multilateral well architecture was not selected in applications where thru tubing intervention was a requirement. In recent years, multilateral well architecture has continued to increase in demand, with more ML wells drilled and completed in the last five years than any other five-year period in the technology's history. With this increased demand has come industry enthusiasm to further mature its intervention capabilities. This paper will review two recent case histories of separate multilateral well completion systems that enable intervention. This opens up new potential for the industry to take advantage of the cost reductions achieved with multilaterals in a much larger scope of well applications. Two separate completion systems will be covered in this paper, System A installed in a cemented multilateral junction and system B, a completion that creates a hydraulically isolated junction via either a dual string completion or a single string completion that splits into two strings. These case histories were exectuted in 2017 to 2019, and interventions were performed after one to two years of production. Detailed in each case study will be an overview of the equipment, the operational sequence, intervention outcome, and any lessons learned or improvements. The systems have demonstrated themselves as a reliable method to access laterals in non-ideal downhole environments where debris is present after the well has been on production. The tubing sizes for the case studies are 3-1/2" and 4-1/2". In each of these wells, the following operations have been successfully performed: drift testing, acid stimulation through coil tubing and breaking of a ceramic disc. Both slickline and coil tubing have been used for the interventions and in some cases with tractors. Junction inclinations range from 1 to 43 degrees. Plans for ongoing installations for the systems are being executed in the Middle East Region. Further, expansion of the system A capabilities by integrating it with other existing technologies is also planned. This will enable projects such as the installation of a trilateral well with flow control and intervention for each individual leg, and also the conversion of existing single bore wells to multilateral with intervention capability.
2021
0
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THRU TUBING FRACTURING EXPERIENCE IN TIGHT SAND RESERVOIR, OFFSHORE NORTH WEST JAVA
Lately, hydraulic Fracturing become common stimulation to improve economic by increase production and adding reserve through unconventional play from tight sand reservoir. The fracturing treatment creates highly conductive pathway to enhance production and well drainage which lead to add reserves. Mostly, Hydraulic Fracturing treatment had been performing in new development wells of infill wells. After successful resulted hydraulic fracturing campaign in new infill wells, there was a trial to perform hydraulic fracturing in existing well thru existing tubing completion. First well which was selected as first to perform remedial frac, thru tubing hydraulic fracturing is consider as a cheaper way to perform rigless hydraulic fracturing compare to hydraulic fracturing with rig. The main challenges during operational come from limitation of existing completion, several adjustment in design and operational should be perform to optimization during fracturing job. This paper presents the experience including fracturing limitation and fracturing design during performing first thru tubing hydraulic fracturing in tight sand reservoir in Offshore North West Java.
Geology
2020
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Thru Tubing Fracturing Experience in Tight Sand Reservoir, Offshore North West Java.
Lately, hydraulic Fracturing become common stimulation to improve economic by increase production and adding reserve through unconventional play from tight sand reservoir. The fracturing treatment creates highly conductive pathway to enhance production and well drainage which lead to add reserves. Mostly, Hydraulic Fracturing treatment had been performing in new development wells of infill wells. After successful resulted hydraulic fracturing campaign in new infill wells, there was a trial to perform hydraulic fracturing in existing well thru existing tubing completion. First well which was selected as first to perform remedial frac, thru tubing hydraulic fracturing is consider as a cheaper way to perform rigless hydraulic fracturing compare to hydraulic fracturing with rig. The main challenges during operational come from limitation of existing completion, several adjustment in design and operational should be perform to optimization during fracturing job. This paper presents the experience including fracturing limitation and fracturing design during performing first thru tubing hydraulic fracturing in tight sand reservoir in Offshore North West Java.
2020
0
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Troubleshooting Cable Deployed Thru Tubing Electrical Submersible Pumps: A Case Study from South East Asia
PETRONAS had embarked on an ambitious thru tubing ESP journey in 2016 and had installed global first truly rig less offshore Thru Tubing ESP (TTESP) in 2017. To replicate the success of the first installation, TTESP's were installed in Field – T. However, all these three TTESP's failed to produce fluids to surface. This paper provides the complete details of the troubleshooting exercise that was done to find the cause of failure in these wells. The 3 TTESP's in Field – T were installed as per procedure and was ready to be commissioned. However, during the commissioning, it was noticed that the discharge pressure of the ESP did not build-up and the TTESP's tripped due to high temperature after 15 – 30 mins of operation. Hence none of the 3 TTESP's could be successfully commissioned. Considering the strategic importance of TTESP's in PETRONAS's artificial lift plans, detailed troubleshooting exercise was done to find the root cause of failure to produce in these three wells. This troubleshooting exercise included diesel bull heading which gave some key pump performance related data. The three TTESP's installed in Field – T were of size 2.72" and had the potential to produce an average 1500 BLPD at 80% water cut. The TTESP deployment was fully rigless and was installed using 0.8" ESP power cable. The ESP and the cable was hung-off from the surface using a hanger – spool system. The entire system is complex, and the installation procedure needs to be proper to ensure a successful installation. The vast amount of data gathered during the commissioning and troubleshooting exercise was used for determining the failure reason and included preparation of static and dynamic well ESP model. After detailed technical investigative work, the team believes to have found the root cause of the issue which explains the data obtained during commission and troubleshooting phase. The detailed troubleshooting workflow and actual data obtained will be presented in this paper. A comprehensive list of lessons learnt will also be presented which includes very important aspects that needs to be considered during the design and installation of TTESP. The remedial plan is finalized and will be executed during next available weather window. The key benefit of a TTESP installation is its low cost which is 20% – 30% of a rig-based ESP workover in offshore. Hence it is expected that TTESP installations will pick-up globally and it's important for any operator to fully understand the TTESP systems and the potential pain points. PETRONAS has been a pioneer in TTESP field, and this paper will provide details on the learning curve during the TTESP journey.
Computer Science, Engineering
2021
0

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Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
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Thru Tubing
Success Story of Regaining Full-Bore Access to Formation Following Failure of Attempted Cement Squeeze Using Thru Tubing Under Reaming Technology
2009
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success story of regaining full-bore access to formation following failure of attempted cement squeeze

Case Studies

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Troubleshooting Cable Deployed Thru Tubing Electrical ...
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Safe Thru-Tubing ESP Installation in Pressurized Well through ...
by M Abdelaziz · 2017 · Cited by 1 — The first high H2S vertical well CD-ESP worldwide was trial tested in a pressurized onshore well in Saudi Arabia. The candidate well had a shut- ...
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Safe Thru-Tubing ESP Installation in Pressurized Well through ...
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thru tubing case study - DistributionNOW
Surface-to-surface data is one of the best ways to evaluate teamwork efficiency between a customer's chosen vendors. These case studies show how DistributionNOW ...
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