Brochure Screens and Inflow Control Devices
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With short packer elements that swell in your choice of water or oil, the ResPack swellable bonded-to-pipe packer maximizes well integrity for single-trip completions in openhole and cased hole wells.
These robust packers are designed for zonal isolation applications including multistage fracturing, reservoir compartmentalization in wells with inflow control devices (ICDs), straddle assemblies, cement replacement, and annular barriers for sand screens.
The packer swells on contact with either oil or water and expands to seal the annulus around the pipe. The short packer element enhances well integrity and is better able to traverse tight openhole sections and lateral transitions.
For packers with oil-swellable elements, an integral delay mechanism integrated into the polymer minimizes the risk of premature swelling and setting without the need for an additional exterior coating.
In the water-swellable packer, reactive fillers integrated into the elastomer prevent he loss of strength and deswelling effects seen in conventional water-swellable packers. This unique-to-Schlumberger technology enables higher pressure ratings per foot than for conventional water-swellable packers.
Swells on contact with fluid and expands to seal the annulus around the pipe.
Oil production from the Llanos foreland basin in Colombia is seriously affected by sand production and high water cut. Sand production has been successfully controlled with horizontal openhole gravel packs; however, early water breakthrough causing water cuts as high as 90% remained a challenge.
Operator executes operations flawlessly in three gas wells and awards Schlumberger additional projects in Bakken Shale.
Khafji offshore field, located in the Arabian Gulf, contains an unconsolidated sand reservoir subdivided into two, upper and lower reservoirs. Upper sandstone reservoir has relatively low reservoir pressure utilizing gas lift to help wells achieve production target rate.