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You can be confident you’re getting the best sand control solution for your specific project because we’re sand control experts. Whether your pay zone requires perforating, fracturing, stimulation, fluids, artificial lift systems, or gravel packing, we’ll work with you to maximize reservoir conductivity.
Our fluids services include gravel-pack, frac-pack, and acid treatments to enhance productivity, reduce sand formation, and avoid post-treatment cleanup problems. Stimulation vessels and pumping and blending equipment offer the versatility required for demanding completions. This fracturing pumping capability complements our downhole fracturing tool capability.
All of our new systems are designed to ensure maximum conductivity to your reservoir. Our extreme performance gravel and frac pack system, totally conformable screen sand management system, fines migration control, and one of the industry’s largest dedicated fleets of stimulation vessels underscore our commitment to achieving this goal.
We address problems in downhole completion systems for cased-hole, multizone, and openhole applications. These systems are designed to work in any environment for any type of reservoir.
Improve reservoir connectivity to maximize production. Future stimulation treatments are more effective at reduced cost.
High-performance cased- and openhole completions for frac-pack sand-control applications handle extreme fluid velocities and high proppant volumes and maintain openhole stability.
Our field-proven sand control solutions reduce the serious economic and safety risks of sand production.
We have the industry’s widest range of proven options for preventing fluid loss in well completions.
The industry’s most sand control experience and a broad array of the highest-performance sand control screens extend well life and reduce intervention cost.