As developers of the first passive inflow control device (ICD) design in 1995, Baker Hughes has more global experience and field installations than any other company. As the industry leader, we have installed millions of feet of ICDs for operators around the world.

Passive inflow control devices feature reservoir completion elements designed to regulate the volumetric flow rate of fluids from or to the reservoir based upon an induced pressure drop—without intervention from surface. 

Principles of passive inflow control completions equalize the flow over horizontal wells, improving recovery and injection performance.

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