Maintaining wellhead integrity throughout the life of a well while minimising cost and observing no downtime, remains a critical concern during operations. For oil and gas assets to function optimally, there must be a solution for leakage. To achieve this, seals have a major role to play. Equipment such as pumps, valves, flanges, and even pipes must be tightly sealed to avoid pressure escape or any other costly incident.
That is why we use KCI Mac-seal and MS sealant in Sealant Solution Technology to get the desired outcome. At Kenyon, we leverage only the best technologies that are both cost-effective and efficient in optimum job performance.
Our pack-off isolation operation is typically done during casing slot recovery and well de-commissioning. After a pack-off retrieval operation, operators gain easy access to a well which enables them carry out other operations.
At Kenyon, we are deliberate about solving technical wellhead problems that affect our clients’ goals.
Void Cavity Isolation
Void Cavity Isolation is often carried when the VG 137 and hanger neck seal and tubing hanger body seal and hydraulic packing seal are unable to hold pressure thereby allowing pressure flow from the wellhead to the void cavity.
In cases like this, we often advise our clients on the best remedy to apply using Mac-Seal or MS-Sealant to seal up the void.
Tubing Hanger Isolation
For an effective well completion process, tools like the tubing hanger must be installed appropriately. The tubing hanger is specifically designed to aid completion of oil and gas production wells.
Tubing hanger installation involves installing a tubing hanger in the wellhead to isolate the annulus, tubing, and the production casing. When the right procedures are followed, the production process becomes more efficient.
At Kenyon, we carry out wellhead and Xmas tree installation that enhance production and reduce cost. Our customers can always count on us for result-oriented well completion and well workover operations.