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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The complex intelligent well completion helps in producing oil from multiple reservoirs through a single wellbore.
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Due to time lags between the date of well completion and the date of completion reporting to the API, as-reported well completions proved to be an inaccurate indicator of drilling activity.
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Bahmani said the NIDC offers all technical services including downhole logging, cementing, acidizing, coil tubing, nitrogen injection, pipe-laying, underbalanced drilling, coring, horizontal and directional drilling, air drilling and well completion.
Users of the well completion and footage figures published by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) prior to February 1998 should be aware that these data are not necessarily accurate measures of drilling activity.
TWE has done the engineering design for well completions and expects to drill and fracture target formations as part of the programme.
Additional information about the EIA estimation methodology may be found in "Estimating Well Completions," the feature article published in the March 1985 MER.