Well Integrity

  1. Since the development of the first torque and drag models used to predict rig hook loads in the early 1980s, drilling and completion engineers have relied on various forms of proprietary and commercial software to:

  2. Abstract

  3. We have created a series of tutorials to help you use WellXplore.

    These tutorials have been broken up into a series of seven videos that will show you how to import a log file and get you working with your data to understand what is occurring inside your well. 

    For questions or information on Well Xplore, please contact John Runciman at j.runciman@cfertech.com

  4. Upcoming Course Dates:

    November 8, 2018 | Calgary, Alberta | Early Bird Price: $700 before October 1 | Regular Price: $800 | Register

  5. C-FER is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the Society of Petroleum Engineers Thermal Well Design and Integrity Symposium

  6. Upcoming Course Dates:

    November 6-7, 2018 (2 days) | Calgary, Alberta | Early Bird Price: $1,440 CAD | Register

    Course Overview:

    This course will provide attendees with an overview of the considerations, key factors, industry guidelines and practices, examples, and field experience related to the design and integrity of thermal recovery wells.

    The objective of this course is to review the:

  7. Background

    The Challenge

  8. C-FER Technologies is proud to have two presentations at the upcoming 2016 SPE Heavy Oil Conference in Calgary.

  9. Industry Challenge

    In Alberta, wells designated for abandonment must be tested to determine if there is any flow of gas through the surface casing vent. Flow rates of more than one bubble in 10 minutes must be repaired prior to abandonment.

    The test must be repeated following the repair and abandonment operations to confirm that there is no gas leak prior to cutting and capping the well. 

  10. The Industry Challenge:

    Geothermal energy is a proven “green” energy technology in areas of the world where high temperature hydrothermal sources are close to the earth’s surface, such as Iceland, New Zealand and California. 

    These resources, however, are scarce and rarely located near centres of major power consumption, limiting their impact on the global power generation need. Some attempts have been made to develop Enhanced Geothermal where there are no natural high temperature sources near surface. 




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