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We in Hydra Well are proud of what we do. Our competent people are working hard every day for you to save time and cost and to minimise operational risk by utilising HydraWell´s tools in your well.
Throughout HydraWell´s existence, we have taken on your challenges and solved them. We want you to benefit from us solving other clients' challenges, as they may solve your next problem!
A well offshore UK has reached planned TD, but failed several contingency cement jobs. The casing sits at 81 degrees and HydraWell runs their HydraHemera jetting technology to
save the well
This client had previously installed four barriers with the conventional section milling that took more than 40 days. A close collaboration between the client and HydraWell was awarded with four plugs installed in just 8.8 days.
A major operator are performing P&A operations from a HWU. PWC® from HydraWell saves significant time and cost compared to section milling.
AkerBP contacted us and wanted a novel approach to test their formation prior to abandoning the well bore. We tested their formation and set the cement plug all in one run.
HydraWell was asked to support a four well abandonment campaign for suspended subsea production gas wells. A key challenge was to ensure a quick turnaround from a planning perspective.
A collaboration with the client results in optimised PWC® operational parameters by the use of CFD, and delivers a well barrier in record time with HydraHemera™.
After spending up to 80 days placing barriers in dual annuli this operator wanted to lower its cost, operational time and risk. HydraWell saves the day withthe HydraHemera™ PWC® System!
Wells in the Continental Europe produce tons of salt every year. What happens to a salt well when it has ceased production? Hydrawell plug the well with its PWC technology!
A heavy wall casing inside another casing, and the only desire is to perforate the innermost casing. HydraWell teams up with a mechanical perforation company to solve the problem!
Five subsea wells on the UKCS are up for abandonment. HydraWell shows how efficient its HydraHemera™ jet-washing PWC® is and saves 25 rig days on this campaign.
An old abandoned gas well require a proper abandonment technique. HydraWell comes to the rescue with its HydraHemera™ PWC® System and successfully restores the well integrity.
A casing cement job goes on losses and you are left with a well not in compliance with regulations. You have two choices to salvage the well;
i) A costly re-sidetrack of the well, or
ii) HydraHemera™ PWC® from HydraWell.
Offshore Malaysia several wells have issues with a shallow leak.
HydraWell teams up with a mechanical perforator and and remediates the wellbores.
Erlend holds a bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Bergen, Norway. He has 14 years of experience in the oil field, which includes development and field trial of new multilateral liner hanger systems and drilling with liner systems.
The past 8 years he´s held various operational positions with HydraWell before becoming the Sales Manager.
Erlend has contributed to the continuous development of HydraWell's proprietary technology, PWC, Perf-Wash-Cement®, both onshore and offshore.
Erlend can solve a Rubiks Cube in under 10 seconds and likes to run 4 times a week training for the Marathon.
Chief Commercial Officer
Tom has over 30 years’ experience in the oilfield following obtaining a B.Sc. and Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from the University of Birmingham.
After running wellsite and production operations in Oman, the UK North Sea and the Netherlands for Shell, he has held a variety of business development and engineering positions for a number of service organisations.
Specialising in the well abandonment sector since 2010, Tom has designed over 1,100 abandonments in 12 countries and been involved in executing 11 operational campaigns.
Fun fact: Tom was ranked among the top three decathletes in Britain and holds the over-50 decathlon world champion title.
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