Cemented QuickPORT IV Sleeves
The Packers Plus TREX™ Limited Entry System is a multi-stage completion system for cemented liners which uses QuickPORT™ IV sleeves to selectively stimulate multiple stages with one treatment from surface.
A number of QuickPORT IV sleeves of the same ball seat size allows multiple, individually isolated stages to be grouped together in a single treatment zone. Using a designed pump rate to maintain a desired pressure differential, the system evenly distributes batch fractures in a select zone of the wellbore. After stimulation, the well can be immediately flowed back and put on production.
TREX Limited Entry offers many features and benefits:
–Gain the efficiency of ball-drop systems in a cemented liner
–Compatible with dissolvable balls to eliminate millout operations
–Reinforced nozzles eliminate entry point erosion issues
–One ball size activates multiple entry points within a treatment zone
–Faster completion times due to continuous pumping operations
–Remove risk of wireline and coiled tubing runs between stimulation stages
–Fluid or proppant stimulation compatible
–Immediate flowback after stimulation
–Can be custom designed for a targeted stimulation program
–Compatible with other Packers Plus tools and systems
TREX Limited Entry can be used in many applications:
–Cemented horizontal and vertical wells
–Tight oil and gas formations
–Critical sour and HPHT environments
–Extended reach laterals
The QuickPORT IV sleeve is a ball-actuated, hydraulically activated injection/production port and can be run in a cemented liner. This sleeve allows for more than one stage to be activated with the same size actuation ball for limited entry batch fracturing. The QuickPORT IV sleeve flow ports are reinforced to be resistant to sand erosion, and are available in a variety of sizes to optimize the limited entry fracture treatment.
The Hydraulic Toe Sleeve is a hydraulically activated injection/ production port used for the first stage of Packers Plus cemented stimulation system applications.
Packers Plus successful stimulation services begin with a fully integrated quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) process that begins at the design stage and follows each tool through manufacturing, assembly, testing, shipping and installation. Automation and robotics are incorporated into our proven process to ensure consistency and repeatability of key criteria in each step as we design, develop and manufacture our patented tools and systems. As a commitment to quality and meeting stringent standards, Packers Plus has achieved ISO 9001 certification and API Q1 Certification for our manufacturing and engineering operations in Edmonton, AB, and ISO 9001 in Houston, TX.
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