casing seat

casing seat

[′kā·siŋ ‚sēt]
(petroleum engineering)
The position of the end of a casing string where it is cemented in a well; usually a casing shoe is positioned at the bottom of the casing at this point.
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Pore and fracture volumes can be loaded to extract predicted down hole pressures for use in casing seat and mud program selection.