single completion

single completion

[′siŋ·gəl kəm′plē·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
An oil or gas well drilled to produce fluids from a single reservoir level or zone, and using a single tubing string.
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Callon has reduced its number of active drilling rigs from six to four and is running a single completion crew after building a substantial inventory of drilled, uncompleted locations, in accordance with the previously communicated capital program expectations.
2012 -- Kuwaiti shooter Sarah Al-Huwal wins gold medal in Trap single completion, during Arab Shooting Tournament, hosted in Kuwait.
The project does not have a single completion date, but rather staggered anticipated completion dates ranging from September of this year through March of 2015.
The company drilled Dzheitune (Lam) 13/144 to a depth of 3,434 metres on a single completion basis by Rig 40, tested at an initial rate of 1,809 barrels of oil per day.
Initial production rates may be somewhat restricted by the tubing size used in the single completion, which means that the 15D may produce at stabilised rates for a longer period of time than previous wells as it has more sands contributing.
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