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What are Completions? Safety and Environment 16 1. The Role of the Completion Engineer 21 1. Data Gathering 22 1. Designing for the Life of the Well 24 1. The Design Process 25 1. Types of Completions 26 Reference 28 Chapter 2. Reservoir Completion 30 2. Inflow Performance 30 2. Open Hole Completion Techniques 54 2. Perforating 60 2. Acid Fracturing and Stimulation References Chapter 3.
Sand Control 3. Rock Strength and Sand Production Prediction 3. Mitigating Sand Production Without Screens 3. Formation Grain Size Distribution 3. Sand Control Screen Types 3. Standalone Screens 3. Open Hole Gravel Packs 3. Expandable Screens 3. Life of Well Operations 4. Types and Methods of Intervening 4. Impact on Completion Design Chapter 5. Hydrocarbon Behaviour 5. Multiphase Flow and Tubing Performance 5. Temperature Prediction 5. Overall Well Performance 5. Liquid Loading 5.
Production Well Sizing 5. Injection Well Sizing References Chapter 6. Artificial Lift 6. Overall Objectives and Methods 6. Gas Lift 6. Electrical Submersible Pumps 6. Turbine-Driven Submersible Pumps 6. Jet Pumps 6. Progressive Cavity Pumps 6. Beam Pumps 6. Hydraulic Piston Pumps 6. Artificial Lift Selection References Chapter 7. Production Chemistry 7. Mineral Scales
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Well Completion Design