Well and formation tests, which entail taking measurements while flowing fluids from the reservoir, are conducted at all stages in the life of energy fields, from exploration through development, production, and injection.
Once a well has been drilled to total depth, evaluated, cased, and cemented, engineers complete it by inserting equipment, designed to optimize production, into the hole.
Extending the life of producing wells.
Discover how this downhole parameter affects production.
Geomechanics is the study of how soils and rocks deform, sometimes to failure, in response to changes of stress, pressure, temperature and other environmental parameters.
Options and considerations in delivering the ideal system.
The art of controlling wellbore trajectory.
Application of engineering principles for evaluating and managing reservoirs.