A general term referring to all activities necessary to put a well on production after it has been drilled to casing point.
The activities necessary to prepare a well for the production of gas.
After the drilling of a successful well, the 'completion' includes all the work required to make the well ready for commercial production.
The procedure by which a successful well is readied for production.
The process of treating a drilled well followed by the installation of permanent equipment for the production of natural gas or oil, or in the case of a dry hole, the reporting of abandonment to the appropriate agency.
The process by which a well is prepared to produce oil and gas, involving such steps as running and perforating the casing.
Installation in a well of production tubing and equipment, wellhead and Christmas Tree.
The installation of permanent wellhead equipment for the production of oil and gas.
After a well is drilled and the decision is made to complete it, a number of things must be done. The well must be cleaned out, setting the casing and tubing into the hole, adding surface equipment (pumps, tanks, meters) and perforating the casing so that oil or gas can flow into the well and be brought to surface. Once a well is completed, it is ready to produce oil or gas. go back
The installation of permanent equipment for the production of oil or natural gas.
the final preparations to ready a well for production.
Preparing a newly drilled well for production; usually involves setting casing – pipe that lines the interior of a well to prevent caving and protect against ground water contamination – and perforating the casing to establish communication with the producing formation