Your Questions Answered
iCem® service simulates the cement slurry during placement and the mechanical performance of the sheath at any point in the life of the well. This is how it helps answer questions before the job. Among other things, it enables the pre-determination of the true top of cement, the fluid intermingling effect on cement purity, and the extent of mud channeling. iCem service also enables prediction of required material choices and volumes, potentially reducing the cost of an operation. Such specific investigative modeling helps operators improve well economics with an annular barrier that serves as a foundation for helping increase ultimate recovery.
iCem service runs various simulations according to specific wellbore architecture design data provided by the operator. Every cementing job presents technical and operational challenges. iCem service enables cementing solutions to be specifically designed to meet the needs of individual wells in fields worldwide—ranging from geothermal to deepwater, unconventional to thermal recovery.
iCem service is a scientifically-grounded predictive-analysis tool. It is operated by Halliburton-certified technical professionals around the world to help customers, regardless of the field they are developing, make better decisions faster. With a uniform platform and single data entry process, this service simplifies complexities while enhancing reliability for the life of the well.