Pushing the boundaries
To help our clients facilitate and navigate these challenges, we are always working to push the boundaries of our products and services in terms of design and specification to provide the broadest of operating ranges.
Electro-hydraulic robotic tools that perform well interventions on electric line have come of age over the past 10 years and can now be used to accomplish tasks previously done with the use of jointed pipe and/or coiled tubing conveyance system.
Examples of such tasks are downhole milling, shifting of stimulation sleeves, etc. As the demand increases to use this type of powered devices in a more hostile well environment, service companies have developed technologies to expand their operating range.