Retrievable bridge plug helps ensure stability and safetyDownload PDF
Achieve gas-tight V0 barriers during batch drilling and completions
North Sea, Offshore Norway
Halliburton was working with a major operator in Norway on its drilling operations in a mature field in the North Sea. While discussing upcoming well challenges with the customer, Halliburton recognized an opportunity to introduce the newly released Intercept retrievable bridge plug, which would offer the customer a gas-tight V0 barrier during batch drilling and completions.
Two jobs were successfully completed with no issues or non-productive time (NPT), solving the customer’s challenge to have V0 barriers in place while temporarily abandoning the wells.
This operator needed to rent barrier plugs in order to temporarily abandon its wells to drill and run batch completions. Normally, the operator rented bridge plugs from another service company. Halliburton had to convince the operator that the Intercept retrievable bridge plug would lower risks and save time since it did not require left-hand rotations and hang-weight below to operate down hole.
barrier during batch drilling and completions
A gas-tight, well-suspension plug ideal for dual-barrier applications, and is designed to handle a wide range of well conditionsDownload Data Sheet
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