RapidStart® Initiator Sleeve System

Designed for Selective Multi-Zone Fracturing and Plug and Perf Initiation

The RapidStart® Initiator sleeve is designed for multi-zone fracturing and plug and perf initiation. This sleeve provides an interventionless means of establishing an initial flow path from the tubing/casing ID to the OD during multi-zone fracturing or plug and perf operations. Designed for extreme environments, the RapidStart Initiator sleeve can be cemented in place without losing functionality.

Features

  • Interventionless completion compatibility
  • Tubing/casing internal pressure activation
  • Available with psi differential ratings
  • Positive locking engagement when sleeve is opened

Benefits

  • Allows for interventionless opening of cemented completion string toe, eliminating coiled tubing perforating
  • Provides flow path to pump first frac stage and displace first stage ball
  • Shiftable version can be closed in case of water breakthrough or if other wellbore interventions are required

 

RapidStart® Multistage Frac Initiator Sleeve

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Summary ZoneGuard® SR packers provide reliable isolation during frac job Mar 2017
Summary RapidSuite® Multistage Fracturing Completion Systems Activate Almost Two Years after Installation Mar 2017
Summary RapidStart® Initiator Sleeves Open Successfully After 10 Months in the Well Oct 2016
Summary Long String Cemented RapidSuite™ System with Plug and Perf Saves Time and Reduces Risk Jul 2016
Summary Halliburton Shifts to Success in Eastern European Sea Oct 2015
Summary RapidStart® Initiator sleeve beats harsh conditions and opens after 217 days in HPHT Haynesville wellbore Jun 2015
Summary Openhole multistage fracturing completion proves successful in a carbonate reservoir Feb 2013
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