Tri-D FacsPort combines the advantages of PremiumPort™, a dynamically configurable nozzle based downhole inflow and injection control with Tri-DFacsRite sand control. Fluid flows through the ™ filter discs, along grooves in the basepipe that facilitate flow from the screen sections to the nozzles. The screen elements stop harmful sand from entering the wellbore. A large flow area between the screen media and the base pipe prevents erosion and any undesirable pressure losses.Download Brochure » Contact Us »
Tri-DFacsPort dynamic flow control is configured at the well site with flow control or injection control nozzles installed within each PremiumPortTM unit. Multiple PremiumPort units can be installed with either screen or blank joints between them. The multi-position valves within PremiumPort units can be shifted to close or open nozzles as required using the Harrier ToolTM run on coil tubing. This flexibility allows operators to change the pressure profile along a lateral repeatedly over the life of the well.
Operators are recognizing that not all the intervals along laterals contribute production equally. They need more effective ways to manage the pressure profile from toe-to-heel of the well in order to clean up drilling fluids and to delay water influx as the well ages. Another operational concern is that sand entering the wellbore over time can reduce well productivity, damage surface facilities, or worse, cause expensive remediation and catastrophic well failure. Well completion decisions must deliver optimum productivity and long well life to recover reserves.
Tri-DFacsPort combines the most flexible flow control technology in the market with a top
performing filter media for oil and gas reservoirs where liner OD is critical.
What is Particle Size Distribution? How is it used to choose screens?
Tri-FacsPort is ideal for flow and sand control in unconsolidated, poorly sorted, non-uniform sands and reservoirs with corrosive conditions. Nozzles are configured for inflow or injection control at the wellsite prior to deploying the liner into:
Tri-D FacsPort can be configured for either production or for steam or chemical injection at the wellsite prior to deploying the screen system. For injection, the port plugs are removed, threaded nozzles installed and plugs are reinstalled. Fluids are pumped into the wellbore and exit through nozzles that are strategically placed so thief zones are shut off and injected fluids have their intended impact. The Tri-D FacsPort flow path directs the fluid into the near wellbore area at the sand-screen interface for uniform injection of gas, water, or steam from toe-to-heel of the well.
Tri-DFacsPort is made with corrosion resistant metallurgies which can be selected to suit high temperature, CO2, H2S, Chlorides and aggressively corrosive wellbore conditions. Ports can be plugged, left as open ports, or fitted with nozzles for injection or inflow flow control.
Tri-DFacsPort flow and injection control capability can be tailored to the reservoir profile by selecting the style and location of nozzles
CrossFlow Nozzles direct flow horizontally and are used to reduce flow velocity into the liner and to eliminate any concern about eroding coil tubing instrument lines, or erosion induced corrosion
SecureFlow Nozzles are used for high temperature applications such as thermal heavy oil production or steam injection
StandardFlow Nozzles direct flow vertically through the nozzle and are used for conventional oil and low flow velocity applications
Flow control strength can be tailored by selecting orifice size:
Custom screen lengths can be supplied. Typical Tri-DFacsPort screen assemblies have: