Cementing stage collars for monobore completions
Cemented-back monobore well construction reduces total wellbore costs by cementing the vertical and build sections of a well from the heel back to surface with a stage tool, rather than running intermediate casing. This technique also eliminates trips required in traditional operations of removing the running string and installing the fracture string.
Packers Plus offers a range of field-proven stage tools that are specially designed to reduce operational risk and improve efficiency.
The SF Cementor stage collar is a hydraulically opened, mechanically closed stage cementing tool. The SF Cementor is closed without the use of a wiper plug or dart, which eliminates the need for a cement head and reduces post-cement cleanout operations, debris issues and associated costs.
The SF Cementor D stage collar is a hydraulically opened stage cementing tool that is closed using an actuation ball or specialized wiper plug. A degradable version is available that includes a degradable wiper plug and landing seat to eliminate millout operations.
The SF Stage Collar is a hydraulically opened stage cementing tool that is closed using an actuation ball or specialized wiper plug. This simplified version of the SF Cementor D stage collar does not include a secondary closure sleeve, but is available in degradable version to eliminate millout.
The Debris Sub is used in conjunction with cementing stage tools to provide a barrier to cement stringers or debris during cementing, and to act as a platform for clean-up operations. The Debris Sub is easily milled out to regain communication with the tool string. A degradable version is available to eliminate millout operations.
Deployment of the SF Cementor and SF Cementor D stage tools has helped operators improve operational efficiency and reduce overall well development costs
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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.