InterAct, an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract with a major West Coast Operator to provide Well Integrity Management and Engineering services for three gas fields in California.
The scope of the contract includes the creation of individual wellbore diagrams and evaluation against current standards, along with conceptual site models to identify theoretical leak paths and classify wellbore risk factors. To comply with the state’s Underground Injection Control (UIC) programme regulatory requirements, the reservoir will also be analysed to determine reserve estimates and further characterised as required.
Nick Arbour, senior petroleum engineer and project manager, said, “Our ongoing focus on well integrity management, combined with our cost-efficient approach, has resulted in a significant contract win which represents an important addition to the InterAct project portfolio. With our team of highly skilled Engineers, Geologists, and Computer Scientists, InterAct is able to provide a complete integrity management solution that fully satisfies both the client and regulatory requirements.”
InterAct’s Integrity Management and Engineering (IME) Division offers solutions across the entire asset integrity lifecycle for wells, pipelines and facilities; delivering cost-effective and long-term benefits to our clients. InterAct can provide a dedicated team of subject matter experts who are able to advise on all phases of Integrity Management and Engineering from initial conception through design, installation and commissioning to operations and finally decommissioning. InterAct also provides teams of engineers to be based onsite, in-country to initiate and audit integrity management programs and provide independent inspections and third party verification for regulatory requirements.
Adapted from a press release by David Bizley
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