Job Design

Every well has unique formation, temperature, and pressure properties along with other variable such as annuli trajectory and diameter that can affect fluid movement during cementing operations and the cement sheath.  Taking into account such variables, Halliburton designs cementing jobs with a slurry design intended to mix easily on location, stay fluid until the job is complete, and then quickly set, bonding to the casing and formation allowing the next well construction operation to proceed. In addition to these common requirements, cement jobs may have a wide variety of distinct goals which will be specific to that individual cementing challenge.

When you contract with Halliburton, applied-design tools are available to provide simulations to help you make good primary cementing decisions and demonstrate the value and effect of addressing the various parameters of a cement solution.

Designing a cement job requires extensive calculations (e.g., fluid types, fluid volumes, flow rates, circulatability, etc.) and Halliburton makes software available for performing many of these tedious calculations and electronically simulating cementing jobs. These programs allow the technical professional to evaluate and compare alternative designs of cement systems.

Job Design

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Summary Lightweight cement achieves wellbore integrity in extremely weak formation in Texas panhandle. Mar 2012
Summary Predictive Analysis and Optimized Fluids Reduce Risk in Granite Wash Horizontal Well Cementing Mar 2012
Summary Squeeze Cement Job Isolated Production Zone Sep 2006
Summary First Halliburton Acid-soluble Cement Job in Shelby County, Texas Helped Enable Operator to Place Six Hydraulic Fractures in Horizontal Well Jun 2006
Summary Job Design Created with OptiCem™ Cementing Modeling Software System Helped Reduce Well Cost May 2006
Summary SurePlug Process Succeeds After Another Service Company Fails Dec 2003
Summary Customized Cement Blend Saves Operator About $15,000 May 2003
Summary Deepwater Cementing Job with Foamed Slag/Mud Saves Operator $1.2 Million May 2003
Summary Halliburton SurePlug Process Cuts Lost Rig Time for Dramatic Cost Savings May 2003
Summary Gas Flow Potential Diagnostic Tools Result in a Successful Liner Cementing Job and $6,000 in Slurry Savings May 2003
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ACE™ Advanced Cement Evaluation
Provides quick, accurate information on cement bond, even when using foamed cements.
eRedbook® Software
A complete digital toolkit that offers quick and reliable calculators for computations used in daily operations.
SurePlug™ Process
Enhances hole cleaning, job design, materials selection, and plug-setting operations.
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