well completion

well completion

[′wel kəm‚ple·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
The final sealing off of a drilled well (after drilling apparatus is removed from the borehole) with valving, safety, and flow-control devices.
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Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include the uncertainty of the requirements demanded by environmental agencies, the Company's ability to raise financing for operations, inability to maintain qualified employees or consultants, potential delays or obstacles in spudding, drilling, well completion or interpreting data, competing land claims or disputes over rights to the property and the likelihood that no commercial quantities of gas are found or recoverable.
well completion statistics to the American Petroleum Institute.
Canadian Superior") (TSX:SNG) (AMEX:SNG) of Calgary, Alberta, Canada announced today the successful completion of its 2005 Western Canada winter drilling and well completion program.
PI has the most accurate and complete digital well and production databases available in the United States, and is the official supplier of United States well completion statistics to the American Petroleum Institute.
A steep downturn in oil drilling accounted for most of the decrease in the nation's first quarter well completion activity.
Evaluating and optimizing well completion procedures can be difficult because of insufficient understanding of the reservoir and completion dynamics.
Although this may indicate correctable well completion problems, it is uncertain whether flow rates from these wells will meet the Company's original projection.
Energent Group helps sales & marketing teams commercialize new products, benchmark performance, & track well completions in top U.
Operators in the area have had to schedule well completions three to four months in advance.
rotary rig employment saw the nation's count of well completions in the first half of 1993 climb ahead of year-ago levels.
Texas, which annually accounts for better than a third of the nation's drilling, saw its number of well completions slump 20 percent in 1992, to 6,389 from 7,944 at year-end 1991.