Halliburton Company has introduced the FlexRite® Selective Access multilateral completion system to address more complex and demanding well scenarios. Multilateral systems maximise reservoir contact, creating cost and time savings while also reducing the environmental footprint.
The system delivers pressure ratings and can execute multilateral well strategies in complex reservoir conditions. Through an combination of stimulation capability and through-completion selective intervention, the FlexRite Selective Access system delivers life-of-well versatility to multilateral installations.
“Multilateral completions maximise recovery factors and improve well economics while reducing the operator’s environmental footprint. Operators want these benefits to include time savings with operational improvements, including fewer complex junctions and increased efficiency,” said David Loveless, Vice President, Halliburton Completion Tools. “The FlexRite Selective Access system is a strategic product line expansion that increases the viable applications for multilateral well strategies and provides the benefits operators seek.”
The FlexRite Selective Access system is part of Halliburton’s Advanced Completions portfolio, purposely engineered to improve reservoir management, enhance hydrocarbon recovery, and optimise production to provide higher revenue potential and increased asset value.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/product-news/03102023/halliburton-introduce-system-to-maximise-reservoir-contact-in-demanding-well-scenarios/
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