Continuous pumping operations to improve operational efficiency
Packers Plus multi-stage completion systems are designed for open hole and cased hole stimulation in unconventional formations, providing operators with an efficient and cost-effective method to complete their wells. These innovative, field-proven systems allow for exact placement of stimulation treatments in one continuous pumping operation, reducing operational time and cost. Once stimulation operations are complete, a well can be immediately flowed back and put on production.
Packers Plus multi-stage completion systems are modular with regard to tool placement, enabling different combinations of packers and sleeves to be deployed, depending on well conditions, to create a customized design for targeted delivery of the stimulation program.
Packers Plus multi-stage completion systems offer many features and benefits
- Reduces time and cost with continuous rigless pumping operation and immediate post-stimulation flowback
- Stimulate more of the wellbore with improved isolation using field-proven mechanical RockSEAL® H2 packers
- Increase production by accessing natural fractures in open hole applications
- Custom stimulation programs by combining a variety of Packers Plus tools to complete the entire lateral
Open Hole Multi-Stage Completion Systems
StackFRAC HD-X Completion System
QuickFRAC Completion System
Our Commitment to Quality
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,