Well Star provides unique coil tubing conveyed frac system which allows the setting of a bridge plug and then complete perforating stages in one run.
This Bottom Hole Assembly consist of:
Straddle Test and Frac System
The Well Star Straddle Stimulation System is a fast, cost-effective way to remediate older wells by refracing underperforming zones. The system was designed to isolate and stimulate multiple stages in a single trip or restimulate existing perforated zones. With the zone isolated, the frac is pumped down the tubing. When the frac is away, a pull on the work string equalizes pressures and unsets the system. The Staddle assembly is then moved to the next zone to be stimulated.
• Stimulation of multi-zone wellbores – new/recompletes
• Functions in vertical, deviated, or horizontal wells
• Rapid deployment through live and fluid filled wellbores
• Casing collar locator for depth correlation
• Large tonnage fracs (>300 tonnes)
• Over 400 wells successfully fracked
• Maximum Depth: 5,500m (TVD) *
• Average Tonnage: 280-320 tonnes
• Average # of Zones: 20-25
Abrasive Milling and Cutting
Conventional milling technology was constrained by downhole restrictions. Increasing hardness of downhole objects will significantly lower the operational success rate. Well Star offers Abrasive Milling Technology, which wipes off downhole obstruction, as well as clients' overhead clouds. This technology has been proven successful in a number operations, which safes clients' time and money.
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Fasa Dissolvable Frac Plugs
When you need a reliable and efficient zonal isolation, choose the Well Star Fasa Frac Plug.
The Fasa Dissolvable Frac Plug provides a solution to the required zonal isolation in extended laterals, where traditional composite plugs can be hard or unfeasible to mill out. It offers the same benefits of a traditional composite frac plug in Plug and Perf operations, but does not require the intervention process to remove the plug.
The Fasa plug, including the rubber packing element, dissolves in the presence of wellbore fluids. This alleviates the concerns, or inability to, of milling out composites at the toe of the extended laterals and reducing fluid costs trying to bring mill-up returns back to surface.