Coiled tubing can be used to remove scale, produced sand, frac sand and debris from the wellbore. Coiled tubing is run into the wellbore, fluid is pumped down the coiled tubing and returns are circulated through the annulus. Coiled tubing can rig up and get to depth quickly without killing the well or pull the production tubing.
Coiled tubing allows the injection of nitrogen at depth into a dead wellbore to displace the wellbore fluid with nitrogen. This lowers the bottom hole pressure and allows the well to resume flowing.
Coiled tubing treatments are designed to restore the natural permeability of the near-wellbore formation by injecting treatment fluids into the formation. Coiled tubing stimulation can be performed on live wells and combined with other operations such as nitrogen injection.
Drover Energy has full engineering capabilities for drag and buckle, determining the required surface equipment for the job, as well as downhole tool design and optimization. With full pre-job planning and fluid analyses, the job becomes safer and more efficient, leading to better results for the customer. The onboard data acquisition system monitors tubing life for proper string retirement before failure.
With pre-established operating limits calculated from job-to-job, operations are conducted within the limits of the equipment, field personnel work smarter, and the well is left in a better state than when started.
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