perforated completion

perforated completion

[′pər·fə‚rād·əd kəm′plē·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
Well completion in which the production casing or liner is pierced to allow passage of fluids between the wellbore and the producing formation.
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It is defined as optimization of perforation parameters within the process of perforated completion, based on filtration resistance distribution in the formation to homogenize water movement front profile across multiple layers.
An innovative solution for maximizing productivity from perforated completions.
Productivity of perforated completions in formations with or without damage.