Tubing-conveyed perforating (TCP) completion techniques enable perforating very long intervals in one run—some TCP strings have exceeded 8,000 ft [2,440 m] in length—and in highly deviated and horizontal wells TCP is the only means of accessing to the perforating depth. TCP also facilitates running large guns and using high underbalance. When TCP is deployed in conjunction with drillstem test (DST) tools, well fluids can be easily controlled. Without having to kill the well, TCP strings can be retrieved (shoot and pull) or left as part of the permanent completion (integrated TCP).
Perforate with the most efficient string design for your completion type—temporary, permanent, or workover—in all well conditions.
Use an effective firing system that best suits your perforating objectives and reservoir conditions.
Drop guns at the instant of detonation with these deployment systems.
Choose from a suite of production valves, a variety of subs, shock absorbers, gun swivels, and more.
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