production packer


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production packer

[prə′dək·shən ‚pak·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
A downhole tool used to assist in the efficient production of oil and gas from a well having one or more productive horizons; the function is to provide a seal between the outside of the tubing and the inside of the casing to prevent movement of fluids past that point. Also known as packer.
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After landing at the required depth, the team set the Inflatable Production Packer (IPP) to anchor the whipstock and drilled off the formation in a single trip, saving the operator 29 hours of rig time and more than $100,000 of operational expense.
Cambay 77-H workover has commenced with the placement of a downhole production packer using an electric wireline unit.
Therefore, when the well is stable the company will install a production packer above a new seal assembly to permit a double seal completion and due to that the flow test is now expected to in August 2012.
The Sensornet SureSight cable was deployed along the entire 11,000ft well and was passed through one production packer and four swell packers.
However, the rig is now operating well, the production packer has been set in the wellbore, and perforating guns and production tubing are being run into hole in readiness for the extended production test (see photos on http://www.indopacific.com).
[3.] Fennel, R., Avignon, B., Henderson, D., "Qualification of an HP/HT retrievable production packer," Society of Petroleum Engineers, London, England, SPE Paper No.
The contract includes delivery of electrical submersible pumping (ESP) systems and production packers for seven producing wells, along with mud line packers for three injection wells.
The three-year contract includes the provision of production packers, subsurface safety valves and subsurface flow controls.
Tenders are invited for Parts of Production Packers

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