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Underbalanced Completions: A Technology Review

SKU: GRI-00/0178
Underbalanced Completions: A Technology Review

This comprehensive resource introduces the basic principles and practices of underbalanced well construction applications, extending the concepts developed in GTI's "Underbalanced Drilling Manual" (GRI-97/0236) to initial well completions, live interventions, and workovers.
Document Type
Computer File
Corporate Source
Terra Tek Inc.
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Des Plaines, IL
Product Media
CD-ROM
$295.00 / Each
 
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Summary:
This comprehensive resource introduces the basic principles and practices of underbalanced well construction applications, extending the concepts developed in GTI's "Underbalanced Drilling Manual" (GRI-97/0236) to initial well completions, live interventions, and workovers. The term underbalanced implies that formation pressure is greater than the hydrostatic pressure exerted by the fluid column in the wellbore. Working in underbalanced conditions significantly reduces the risk of formation damage caused by drilling and completion fluids invading hydrocarbon bearing zones, and optimizes well productivity. The CD-ROM presents key inflow performance relationships, which are vital to planning a successful completions program. It also provides practical guidelines regarding completion fluids, cementing, perforating, managing risk, and selecting completion candidates and methods. Multilateral completions, well servicing, and safety, environmental, and regulatory considerations are also discussed. An extensive Technical Resources section contains numerous references and abstracts.
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