HydraWell provide a complete package including job design and operational execution.

Get the maximum value from employing technology:

Our job planning follows a 4-step process:

1. Application Screening

Job design commences with a screening of the potential application to ensure our system and tooling are suitable for your needs. With your agreement, we will then move on to optimising the operational procedures, leading the discussions with your cementing, fluids, and perforating contractors to ensure that all constraints are recognised and managed, and resulting in a proposed operational programme. At this stage, any technical risks associated with the planned operation are highlighted so that they can be fully appraised, and you remain in full control of the planning.

2. Job Design Validation

If required, we complete validation of the job design by, for example, organising perforating gun trials and initiating Computational Fluid Dynamic modelling, as necessary.

3. Detailed Operations Procedure

We work with your engineering teams, fully participating in your planning processes and contributing to your Critical Well Reviews and pre-mobilisation operational assessments; and preparing a detailed operations procedure.

4. Logistics & Mobilisation

We then work with your logistics teams to ensure timely mobilisation to site and provide experienced field technicians to supervise the deployment and operation of our tooling packages. During operations, we provide daily operational engineering support, located in your offices as required.

5. Job Evaluation

On completion of the operation, we assess with you how well the Success Criteria for the job have been met. We compile and deliver a comprehensive End-of-Well report for our aspects of the programme, and fully contribute to your After-Action Reviews and Lessons Learnt wash-up processes.

Finally, we take away our own lessons to improve our future tool designs, job planning processes, and choice of operational parameters in order to continual improve the services we offer.

Talk to our experts

Tom Leeson
White Paper_Well abandonment planning_The risks and how to avoid them

An introductory White Paper

Well Abandonment Planning

- The risks and how to avoid them


->> Fill in your details and get your copy now: