The Harrier tool performs manipulation of the PremiumPort multi-position valve. By changing the valve position, ports within the PremiumPort assembly can be opened and closed. The ports can be configured for stimulation, injection or inflow with flow control nozzles. The nozzles are configured at the wellsite prior to deploying the liner into the well using reservoir simulation software and logging data. The Harrier tool and PremiumPort have been field proven in both production and injection wells.Download Brochure » Contact Us »
Imagine being able to do so quickly, easily, and reliably by actuating ports and nozzles that have been configured to allow you to shut off or open zones, or carry out stimulation, injection control, or inflow control as the well ages. PremiumPort dynamic flow control devices integrated in your completion allow exactly that flexibility. The Harrier tool is the unique tool that allows downhole manipulation of a valve within PremiumPort that when shifted exposes or closes ports and/or nozzles for various applications.Watch Video
As horizontal wells age, the pressure and production profile across the wellbore will change. Operators need to complete wells with flexible technology that will allow them to refracture, shut off zones, block areas of erosion, and modify inflow control regimes in order to continually optimize well performance.
The Harrier tool is a coil tubing or jointed tubing conveyed tool uniquely designed to allow fast and accurate manipulation of the PremiumPort valve to three different positions. Designed and proven at pressures typical of hydraulic fracturing (>10,000 psi), the Harrier tool selects valve positions accurately and quickly in any sequence and as many times as required with as little as two inches of movement.
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The spring/piston loaded activating keys that engage to shift the PremiumPort valve are compartmentalized within the Harrier tool to prevent solids from impeding the mechanism. Zero tolerance scrappers are incorporated into the design of the keys and pistons so there is no entry point for solids.
A pressure increase activates the keys, and jetting clears solids from the valve throat. The keys can latch on either side of the valve and are designed so they cannot release until the valve has fully and properly shifted, which gives 100% assurance of the valve location. Upon re-entry of the well, or for sequentially setting the valve, if the current valve position is not known, a simple, fail-safe and sequential procedure will determine the valve position.
The Harrier tool is uniquely designed with the following advantages: