The well survey is critical to operators to ensure that equipment installed in their field (or newly acquired leases) is safe, meets their safe barriers to environment policies and/or regulatory requirements, and is a crucial step that should occur prior to forming the well maintenance plan. From this survey, operators can:
- Ensure equipment meets the performance criteria
- Mitigate exposure to potential release of hydrocarbons into the environment
- Identify efficiencies and inefficiencies
- Decrease HSE exposure
- Align compliance initiatives
Cameron’s service technicians are deployed to the operator’s fields to accurately catalog the specification and wellhead and production equipment installed to assess its condition so that proper inventory is maintained and can be traced at all times. The well survey for your field includes but is not limited to:
- Part numbers/serial numbers, size, pressure rating, trim (material)
- General condition of well
- Configuration of wellhead and Christmas tree
- Field/area or well location (map)
- Annulus pressure
- Seal isolation tests
- Photograph of equipment
Upon completion of the survey, Cameron will prepare and provide to the client a well database of the information captured along with an “as built” well schematic drawing.
Based on the results of the survey, Cameron will provide a maintenance schedule or mitigation plan to the customer that will bring the field up to the customer’s specifications.