Peak Well Systems’ heavy-duty fishing solutions are fast becoming the tools of choice for oil and gas operators and service companies around the world because of their reliability, strength, and performance.
Fully certified to ISO 14310:2008 (API Spec 11D1) grade V0 and quality grade Q1, the SIMultra retrievable bridge plug delivers both proven sealing integrity and dependable retrievability, even in challenging downhole conditions.
An operator offshore UK was faced with a major challenge when the lower coupon of a surface lubricator valve was not captured as planned by a third-party milling company and fell downhole into the well. The operator also suspected debris accumulation downhole. To remedy the situation, the operator required a solution to retrieve the dropped valve coupon and remove any other debris from the well.
After several attempts to clear a long-lost fish using various intervention methods, solutions provided by Peak Well Systems enabled the successful recovery of 11,575 ft of 0.125-in slickline from a well, making plug and abandonment (P&A) possible.
Shell used a heavy-duty fishing package by Peak Well Systems to clean up approximately 900 ft of parted wireline and a stuck toolstring during P&A operations of its Brent Charlie Platform offshore UK.
An operator offshore Thailand used the bore-sensing drift tool to determine the minimum restriction within the completion for P&A operations, reducing the number of slickline runs compared with conventional methods.
PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) uses gas lift straddle technology to economically extend the productive life of a mature oil well that was initially completed with slim monobore tubing and no lift technology.
The electronically activated nonexplosive wireline cutter drops from surface to sever slicklines and cables when a toolstring becomes stuck downhole. The cutter is activated via an electronic timer and trigger module.