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Well intervention is a operation carried out on an oil or gas well during, or at the end of it productive life that alters the state of the well or well geometry, provides well diagnostics, or manages the production of the well.
Depending upon the operation it is categorized as light or heavy intervention. In light intervention, technicians lower tools or sensors into a live well while pressure is contained at the surface. In heavy intervention, the rig crew may stop production at the formation before making major equipment changes.
Well service personnel typically perform light interventions using slickline, wireline, or coiled tubing. These systems allow operators to minimize the possibility of potential well blockages. Operators also order light interventions to change or adjust downhole equipment such as valves or pumps, or to gather downhole pressure, temperature, and flow data.
Heavy interventions—also referred to as workovers—require the rig crew to remove the wellhead and other pressure barriers from the well to allow full access to the wellbore. These operations require a rig to remove and reinstall the wellhead and completion equipment.
Typically, heavy interventions are used to replace parts such as tubing strings and pumps that cannot be retrieved through light interventions. Some heavy interventions are performed to plug and abandon an original producing zone to reconfigure the well to produce from a secondary zone; these operations are known as recompletions.
Coil Tubing refers to a very long metal pipe, normally 1 to 3.25” in diameter which is supplied spooled on a large reel. It is used for interventions in oil and gas wells and sometimes as production tubing in depleted gas wells. Coiled tubing [...]
Well Intervention Catalog
The RMZ Air Line Wiper is designed to replace the traditional hydraulically activated line wiper in low pressure operations or to work alongside it in high pressure operations. Compressed air is focused on the cable through nozzles drilled in [...]
The RMZ Floor Stand For Hay Pulley is designed to keep Hay Pulley Sheave in position and protect the wireline from damage should the hay pulley fall down. It direct the wire from winch to Grease Injection head or Stuffing Box.
The RMZ Hydraulic Wireline Annular Valve is designed to seal on a static cable under pressure and is recommended for “Safety while Logging” applications and for perforating with large guns. Positioned above the drilling BOP, or a “Shooting Nip [...]
The RMZ Hydraulic Quick Disconnect is design to allow remote disconnect of high-pressure hose via hydraulic means. Hydraulic Quick Connect is most suitable to be used with pump line or flow line connections between the platform and the floater [...]
The RMZ Compact Pack Off assembly is designed to seal against moving or static slick cable under pressure. Hydraulic powered piston squeeze the independent rubber element which is wrapped around the wire. The element seals on the cable against [...]
The RMZ GS Type Pulling/Running Tool is designed to locate in standard internal fishing necks. To engage the GS Pulling/Running Tool, a sit-down weight is required for automatic engagement. To release the tool, downward jarring activates the r [...]
The RMZ Wireline Stem serves a dual purpose. It provides the necessary weight to overcome the effects of friction, fluid viscosity and pressure. It also provides the kinetic energy which is converted into upward and downward jarring force.
The RMZ Wireline Rope Socket-Pear Drop is the uppermost component in a wireline toolstring and forms an essential link between the toolstring and the wire. It incorporates a tapered plug (pear drop) which is grooved to accommodate the wireline [...]
The RMZ Wireline Grip Rope Socket is the uppermost component in a wireline toolstring and forms the essential interface between the toolstring and the wire. The specially designed Slips and Pre-loaded Initiator Clamp assembly secures the braid [...]