open-hole completion

open-hole completion

[¦ō·pən ¦hōl kəm′plē·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
Preparation of an oil well without setting a production casing or liner opposite the producing formation so that reservoir fluids flow unrestricted into the open wellbore. Also known as barefoot completion.
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Tendeka has a comprehensive portfolio of open-hole completion technologies, which provide integrated solutions for inflow assurance, optimisation and control.
The well will be engineered to incorporate selective zonal production with an open-hole completion designed to avoid any cement-related formation damage.
He completed the first horizontal open-hole completion for Texaco in unconsolidated sandstone using synthetic based mud in 1993, winning the Highest Innovation award from Texaco for design work in the completion of the 1993 horizontal open hole completion.
The addition of Reslink's product portfolio, product development team and production capabilities will strengthen our ability to offer advanced open-hole completion solutions and enhance our services in the sand management business.
The well was initially drilled, logged and cased to the top of the primary target, the Devonian 'Slave Point' formation, and was subsequently deepened to Total Depth and logged for an open-hole completion.
As a consequence, the open-hole completion has not resulted in a reliable flow test.
June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Magellan Petroleum Corporation (NASDAQ: MPET) today said its subsidiary, Magellan Petroleum Australia Limited, has made a successful open-hole completion at its Palm Valley No.
Ortwein, president of Exxon Mobil Upstream Research Company said, "Advances in controllable open-hole completions continue to be a focus area for Exxon Mobil, as many deep-water developments utilize open-hole completions to maximize reservoir deliverability.