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Keeping Connected: 6 remedies to prevent casing deformation and maintain wellbore integrity for a successful completion

Casing deformation can occur in any phase of a well’s lifecycle – completion deployment, stimulation treatment or during production – and the consequences of casing failure can be significant. It can result in a costly workover procedure, bypassing producing zones or complete abandonment of the well. This white paper elaborates on a few specific reasons for casing deformation, draws conclusions on possible remedies and examine results from a field study.

Date
4/12/2021
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Empowering Operators and Frontline Process Engineers with AI-Powered Operational Analytics

Want to avoid the costs of unexpected events? Download this white paper to learn how to empower operators and frontline process engineers to better handle abnormal conditions and increase process safety and uptime.

Date
4/12/2021
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The rise of digital twins: Delivering on their promise

The rise of Digital Twins...from science fiction to digital reality? In a galaxy far, far away the goal of digital twin technology was clear. From a digital representation, Princess Leia and her rebel commanders could pinpoint the imperial Death Star’s fatal flaw – and sent in their Jedi to destroy it. But can science fiction become a digital reality? The global market for digital twins is expected to grow 38 percent annually reaching $16 billion by 2023. Industries are looking to maximize their returns on capital expenditure on key strategic assets, whether it’s a new greenfield asset designed with optimal performance at its core or it’s modifying an existing strategic asset to increase yield and reduce cost. In reading this piece, explore how you can unlock the promise of digital twins across the asset lifecycle to be future ready now, in the real world.

Date
3/1/2021
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Advancing Paraffin Control: Chemical Design and Evaluation

Successful field paraffin management relies on many important factors that impact both the production fluid and the production chemistries deployed, but one is commonly overlooked – ambient temperature. Like produced fluids, the properties of paraffin inhibitors, such as viscosity and pour point, are affected by declining temperatures. SI Group is developing robust and reliable paraffin inhibitors with improved solubility and stability for land-based and subsea applications that demonstrate exceptional performance in sub-optimal conditions and applications.

Date
10/14/2020
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