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Gas migration: A potential disaster

Posted by Svein Normann on 24.07.2018

Gas migration is a well-known phenomenon in oil and gas wells around the world. Probably because it is very common. You must know what it is and how it occurs.

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This is how we dealt with sustained casing pressure

Posted by Morten Evensen on 08.02.2018

We are situated on a platform in the Dutch sector of the North Sea. During pressure bleed-off of the annulus, both gas and oil-like fluid has been observed. The situation is unwanted and it can...

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Gas tight slurries

Posted by Miguel Diaz on 06.09.2017

Following the article from my colleague, Svein Normann, on how gas migration during and after a cement job could lead to a catastrophic disaster, we received a significant amount of questions on...

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Gas migration can cause a disaster

Posted by Svein Normann on 14.08.2017

Gas migration is a well-known phenomenon in oil and gas wells around the world. Probably because it is very common. You must know what it is and how it occurs.

 

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