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Inflow and Injection Control Devices

ResFlow ICDs and ResInject injection ICDs help maintain uniform inflow and injection rates, respectively, in openhole completions.

Inflow Control Devices

Both ICDs are made of a LineSlot screen wrapped on unperforated basepipe with a housing located at the upper end of the screen. With the ResFlow ICD, fluids enter the screen, flow between the screen jacket and basepipe into the housing, and then flow through the nozzles into the production screen. With the ResInject injection ICD, fluids enter the housing, flow through the nozzles into the screen section between the screen jacket and basepipe, and then flow into the reservoir.

Technical Support and ResFlow ICDs Increase Production 16%

Technical Domain Support and ResFlow ICDs Increase Production 16% in the Gulf of Thailand
The well equipped with ResFlow ICDs delayed water production by nearly two months and produced an additional 75,500 bbl of oil over 2.5 years compared with an offset well that did not use ICDs. Read tech report

Endure Screens and ResFlow ICDs Optimize Production in Deepwater ERD Wells

Endure screens and ResFlow ICDs control variable permeability and exceed expectations in ERD wells
A combination of completion technologies achieved balanced production from the full length of an extended-reach lateral across multiple heterogeneous zones and completed the well early, under budget, and without incident. Read case study