Our engineered perforating systems help you achieve the best production or injection in your well by optimizing the relationship between the gun system, wellbore, and your reservoir. The SPAN Rock rock-based penetration model incorporates our extensive research in stressed-rock perforating for accurately predicting perforator performance downhole in reservoir rock. The resulting performance gains are documented in API RP 19B Section 1 data.
Simulating reservoir response and reservoir-to-wellbore interactions gives a deeper understanding of expected perforating system performance.
Engineered perforating includes the reservoir and wellbore environment in designing and specifying perforating gun systems and the perforating charges they use.
Extensive research incorporated in this rock-based penetration model is the basis for accurately predicting perforator performance downhole in reservoir rock.
Tubing-conveyed perforating (TCP) allows long, heavy gun strings to be run in all well conditions.
Wireline (or electric line) is the traditional way to run perforating guns, providing the advantages of real-time depth control and selectivity.
Completion perforating enables large, long strings of guns to be installed with the completion and fired with the right completion fluid in place for immediate cleanup and production.
Solutions for drillpipe, coiled tubing, and tubing recovery are available, along with special techniques for cement squeezing, punching tubing, junk shots, and other applications.
E&P Wireline, a Schlumberger company, is the largest pump down perforating company in North America, specializing in plug-and-perf operations and providing cement bond log and cased hole logging services.
Perforate, set plugs or packers, or cut tubing fast and efficiently.
Endure greater tensile and compressive forces when perforating highly deviated and horizontal wells.