Cameron wellhead systems range from conventional to application-specific systems for geothermal wells, jackup rigs, unconventional plays, and more. Designed to reduce installation time and enhance safety, they use trims and proprietary sealing technologies for expected well conditions. Cameron was the first to engineer surface wellhead systems rated to 30,000 psi, 450 degF and qualified per API 6A Appendix F.
Compact Cameron multibowl wellhead systems have single-trip bodies and nested hangers for maximum versatility and efficiency.
Suitable for onshore and offshore use, Cameron modular compact wellhead systems enhance safety and decrease potential NPT by reducing the number of BOP connections, wellhead penetrations, and through-BOP operations.
Rated up to 10,000 psi, the IC conventional wellhead system can be configured to meet many service conditions.
Cameron shallow-water exploration wellhead systems provide significant time savings compared with conventional systems and reduce exposure to hazardous operations.
Our heavy oil wellhead systems provide fluid and pressure control for effective heavy oil recovery, including thermal recovery.
Our geothermal wellhead systems provide fluid control for virtually any type of geothermal reservoir and can also be used on thermally enhanced (steam injection) recovery, waste disposal, and hot-water wells.
Cameron wellhead connectors are reliable, fast-makeup connectors used as end connections for wellhead spools, housings, and BOPs.
Cameron safety systems guard against loss of life and environmental and equipment damage by monitoring flowline pressure, detecting high sand production, performing alarm functions, and when required, shutting in the well.