casing point

casing point

[′kā·siŋ ‚pȯint]
(petroleum engineering)
The location in a well at which the casing is set; usually corresponds to the depth at which the casing shoe has been positioned.
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The 311mm (12 &") hole has been successfully drilled to the casing point at 3358m.
The Company has drilled a well in the Texas Yegua trend to the intermediate casing point.
drilled to the third casing point at 6,612 feet measured depth
As a result of the 13 3/8" casing being set deeper to isolate shallower sandstones and a fault intersection, it is now possible to safely drill the well deeper to a next casing point at 2000m.
Following the setting of 20" surface casing at about 100 meters, the well plan called for the drilling of an 8-1/2" pilot hole down to the 13-3/8" intermediate casing point.
At casing point, Incremental and TransAtlantic will each elect whether to proceed to completion and will each bear their proportionate share of completion and infrastructure costs.
An additional well has been suspended at the intermediate casing point and will be completed next year.
Abraxas owns a 20% working interest in this well before casing point and a 40% working interest after casing point.
acquired on reaching the third casing point at approximately 5,900 feet
Well number 4 of the 30 at Goudron, GY-667, is drilling ahead at a depth of 1,530 ft in the Goudron Sandstones towards the first planned casing point at about 1,900 ft.
To date the well has intersected two potential reservoir zones, which will be evaluated by wireline logging prior to setting casing at the 9 5/8" casing point.
That well is now at a depth of 1,150ft and is drilling towards the next casing point expected at 1,700ft.