oil-well cement

oil-well cement

[′ȯil ‚wel si‚ment]
(materials)
A type of hydraulic cement which has a slow setting rate under the high temperatures obtained in oil wells; uses include support of tubing and bypassing of unwanted zones.
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UNION Cement Norcem Company Ltd (UCN), a joint venture established in 1980 between Union Cement Company (UCC) of Ras Al Khaimah, UAE and Norcem of HeidelbergCement Group plans to market oil-well cement, concentrating on export markets, says Mustafa Gorgunel, general manager at UCN.
UCN has been serving the oil industry for the last 32 years with its Norwell brand oil-well cement.
Though the management contract of UCC with HeidelbergCement Group was terminated at the end of 2007, oil-well cement is still produced under the supervision of HeidelbergCement.
UNION Cement Norcem Company (UCN), a joint venture established in 1980 between Union Cement Company (UCC) of Ras Al Khaimah, UAE and Norcem of HeidelbergCement Group to market oil-well cement, marks its 30th anniversary aggressively concentrating on export markets, says Mustafa Gorgunel, general manager at UCN.
UCN has been serving the oil industry for the last 30 years with its Norwell brand oil-well cement.