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Well integrity review

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Well Integrity Review

InterAct’s experienced wellbore integrity review team performs detailed analysis of wellbore histories and current geological data, ensuring that no potential pathway exists between injection fluids and protected water as defined by California’s Safe Drinking Water Act.

Expert guidance and reassurance for Wellbore Integrity Review.

InterAct’s Wellbore Integrity Review services:

  • Detailed review of well history and mechanical condition, with representation of pertinent data in a wellbore diagram, allowing easy review by DOGGR for evidence that the proposed injection fluids will be confined to the intended zone of injection
  • Database driven well diagramming system providing storage, tracking and analysis of detailed wellbore data
  • Preliminary isolation review of all wells prior to DOGGR’s review, giving operators the opportunity to remediate potential problem wells prior to the permit application submittal
  • Assist operators in working out reasonable and innovative solutions that meet DOGGR requirements and minimize the cost incurred by project delays and/or having to re-abandon or re-cement wells.

Delivered by InterAct

InterAct offers a broad range of professional engineering and project management services to the international oil and gas industry. They assist operators at every stage of the field life cycle, both on- and offshore.

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