The Halliburton FS2 isolation barrier valve offers dependable intervention-less fluid loss control during well completion operations. It isolates the formation below the uppermost gravel-pack packer, holding pressure from above and below, for complete formation isolation.
We design the FS2 valve for sand control frac-pack, gravel-pack, and standalone screen applications as well as intelligent and standard completions. Its high-performance ball mechanism provides a positive testable bi-directional seal and reliable operation in challenging environments.
When the success of your completion project relies on effective flow control and wellbore barriers, the Halliburton FS2 isolation barrier valve provides a reliable, interventionless solution.
The FS2 valve isolates the formation below the uppermost gravel-pack packer, holding pressure from above and below, to help ensure complete formation isolation during upper completion installation. The FS2 valve provides a reliable means of isolating formations during up-hole operations throughout the life of the well.
The FS2 can be used in sand control frac-pack, gravel-pack, and standalone screen applications as well as intelligent and standard completions.
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The FS2 fluid loss isolation barrier valve features a high-performance ball mechanism that provides a positive bi-directional wellbore barrier. The debris-tolerant, non-translating ball design eliminates unnecessary movement within the mechanism during opening and closing operations, allowing operation in debris-laden environments.
Each FS2 valve is subjected to extensive qualification testing in accordance with ISO 28781/API 19V type CC requirements with API 19V monogramming available. Prior to delivery, every valve undergoes rigorous Factory Acceptance Testing to help ensure reliable performance in all well conditions.
Journal of Petroleum Technology (JPT) / May 2019
20 FS2 isolation barrier valves were installed in 24 wells, and have been remotely opened with zero nonproductive time.READ ARTICLE
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