With only one chance at a primary cement job, why compromise? Ineffective cementation is one of the single biggest contributors to cost over-runs, poor life of well integrity and ultimate failure of well objectives. These risks can be mitigated with DeltaTek solutions, which enable optimal techniques of delivering well construction success.
DeltaTek has designed and built robust, rig-ready technologies to solve many of the issues associated with cementing subsea wells, with the aim of delivering first time ultimate cement placement.
SeaCure® is a revolutionary subsea cementing system that delivers stabbed-in, inner string cementing for subsea wells, providing ultimate cement placement.
SeaCureRS builds upon the ﬁeld-proven SeaCure® technology, improving cement process and placement in reservoir liners, enhancing operational performance and eliminating the requirement for a liner shoetrack.
QuikCure® is the engineered process of circulating a heated fluid into the inner string by casing ID annulus after cement slurry placement to elevate the temperature of the cement setting environment, rapidly curing cement.
FloatCure® is the only buoyant cementation system. FloatCure® combines the power of buoyancy to reduce torque and drag with full run-in-hole circulation capability, ensuring casing is landed at target depth.
BondCure® builds upon FloatCure® by cementing the casing or liner string with a sub-hydrostatic pressure internally, resulting in an enhanced casing to cement bond and ultimate cement bonding.
ControlCure® is the engineered process of circulating a temperature-controlled fluid after cement slurry placement at different points within the inner-string by casing ID annulus to heat or cool, controlling the cement hydration process.
CoreCure® is the only technique enabling recovery of a downhole cement sample, directly from the shoe of the casing string being SeaCure® cemented.
CureCatcher® enables the use of fluid interface separators between wellbore fluids, spacers, cement slurries and displacement fluids during cement jobs, allowing for multiple mechanical interface cementing.
SurgeCure® allows field operators to overcome challenges in deploying and cementing long casing strings or liners with small annular clearances, reducing surge pressures, particularly in weak formations.