PremiumPort

Dynamic Injection and Inflow Control

PremiumPort™ allows operators to dynamically manage the pressure profile along horizontal wells and drive optimum well performance from complex reservoir intervals. The unique valve and port system can be actuated for a variety of production and injection operations over the life of the well.

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PremiumPort consists of a multi-position valve integrated with either two, or three ports which can be left as simple openings, or configured with nozzles for flow control applications. Using reservoir modelling, ports can be fitted at the wellsite with a nozzle (ICD) suitable for either injection or inflow control.

A Harrier shifting tool, run on coil tubing, is used to shift the position of the valve to expose different port configurations.

Single or multiple PremiumPort valves can be economically placed within each wellbore segment providing flexible port options to control flow, water coning, and to allow repeated clean up, and stimulations over the life of the well.

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PremiumPort Technology

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