Product Sheet RapidAccess TAML Level 2 Multilateral Junction
The RapidAccess junction provides selective access and multiple kickoff points for current and future sidetracks and multilateral wellbores.
The RapidAccess TAML 2 self-orienting multilateral junction provides selective access and multiple kickoff points for current and future sidetracks and multilateral wellbores. This highly reliable Level 2 system is based on a self-orienting and locking casing nipple concept. It has these components:
The indexing ICCs are installed in the casing string when the string is run and are reusable throughout the life of the well. After they are installed, ICCs become integral casing components and may be run as a contingency for future reentry operations without compromising the integrity of the casing string. Orientation is determined by using standard logging tools or MWD in gravity tool face mode. The downhole tools are then adjusted at the surface.
The RapidAccess junction can be easily accommodated in any TAML 2 application with standard oilfield practices and tools.
With a systematic quantitative risk assessment to identify the best location, the RapidAccess junction can be used for new wells that have similar pressure regimes. Operational simplicity reduces risks, time, and costs.
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications|
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications Casing size, in||RapidAccess Junction Specifications 7 or 9 5/8|
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications Lateral hole||RapidAccess Junction Specifications Per requirements|
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications Lateral ID||RapidAccess Junction Specifications Per casing exit|
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications Main bore ID||RapidAccess Junction Specifications Full bore retained|
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications Window type||RapidAccess Junction Specifications Milled casing exit|
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications TAML level||RapidAccess Junction Specifications 2|
|RapidAccess Junction Specifications Selective profiles||RapidAccess Junction Specifications Stackable|