dual completion well

dual completion well

[¦dü·əl kəm¦plē·shən ′wel]
(petroleum engineering)
Single well casing containing two production tubing strings, each in a different zone of the reservoir (one higher, one lower) and each separately controlled.
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The dual completion well is currently producing from the Niobrara formation and the Codell formation is behind a bridge plug.
The Raven 12A-33-75 well was a dual completion well, which tested at an aggregate of 2,032 Mcf per day.
In the Gulf of Mexico, at Cove Field, two successful dual completion wells, the Cove No.