Cement supports and protects well casings and helps achieve zonal isolation. Critical to safer, environmentally sound, and profitable wells, zonal isolation is created and maintained in the wellbore by the cementing process. Whatever your drilling environment or however remote the location, our innovative cementing technologies offer you a range of cementing solutions to achieve zonal isolation for the life of your well.
Understand deepwater technical challenges and design cementing solutions that meet deepwater specifications and provide required zonal isolation.
Develop high-quality cementing solutions for each type of well environment with a thorough understanding of the physical properties of both the slurry and the set cement needed.
Mitigate the risk of CO2 degradation and leakage when cementing new CO2 injection wells or plugging and abandoning existing injection/production wells.
Resist stresses and minimize cracking throughout the well life cycle with flexible cement systems.
Prevent cement failure with thermally responsive cement systems that expand and contract in high pressures and temperatures.
Reduce unwanted gas migration and effectively isolate zones with advanced cementing technologies.
Ensure long-term zonal isolation and well integrity from production to abandonment—and beyond.
Density control, mud removal, and slurry design are critical to effectively cementing gas-bearing formations and preventing annular gas flow.
Cement additives cure lost circulation and reduce drilling costs.
Remove drilling fluids prior to cementing operations and achieve long-term zonal isolation.
Use the right cementing equipment for the job with state-of-the-art technology designed for the most challenging well environments.
Enhance chemical treatment performance while minimizing environmental impact.
Evaluate zonal isolation parameters, calculate pressures, optimize mud removal, minimize gas migration risk, and reduce contamination during plug placement.
Noninvasively measure the bond between the casing and the cement with acoustic sonic and ultrasonic tools.
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Invizion Evaluation and Isolation Scanner Services Save Operator 15–45+ Hours in Rig Costs