Barefoot completion:See open-hole completion
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1. Refers to the installation of permanent equipment for the production of oil or gas. 2. The hardware used to optimize the production of hydrocarbons ...
A method of preparing a well for production in which no production casing or liner is set opposite the producing formation. Reservoir fluids flow unrestricted ...
A well completion in which the production casing is less than 4.5 inches in diameter. Compare conventional completion.
A completion where ct and associated ct-mounted hardware is used as the primary completion flow path.
A completion that uses flow to purposely increase the size of the open hole wellbore.
After the initial completion of a well, the action and techniques of reentering the well and redoing or repairing the original completion to restore the ...
A completion with casing set through the interval and cemented.
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