What is Coiled Tubing?

Coiled tubing (CT) is a continuous length of steel pipe, spooled onto a large diameter reel. The pipe comes in a variety of sizes and can be run into any well. Coiled tubing is commonly used to convey tools, and circulate liquids and gases into and out of the wellbore without relieving the wellbore pressure. 

Cementing services at OPC benefits the support of leading international group with extensive CT experience ranging from basic nitrogen lifting, milling, clean-out, scale removal, through tubing plug setting and stimulation to horizontal logging and other complex well applications.

We employ leading edge design software to predict CT string performance and fluid behavior at modelled down hole well conditions. The work history and integrity of each coiled tubing work string is continuously monitored and updated using an electronic data acquisition system coupled with real-time modelling and fatigue software. Our engineers continually evaluate the latest advances and developments in coiled tubing applications, equipment and technology.

What we provide?

·         Coiled Tubing units suitable for onshore and oshore environments with 240, 480, 580, 680 and 5100 injector heads and 1 1/4 “ to 2 7/8” tubing capacities

·         Pumping Applications

Acidizing / Fracturing / Nitrogen Kick O

Sand or Fill Clean Out

Pumping Cement Slurry Plugs

Scale Removal (Hydro-Jetting)

·         Mechanical Applications

Fishing or Retrieving Plugs / Packers

Drilling / Milling (Hard Scale or Bridge Plugs)

Tubular Cutter

Permanent Coiled Tubing (Completion, Velocity String)

Selective Zone Isolation and Setting Packers

·         E-Line Logging and Perforation Applications

·         Complete data acquisition, real-time fatigue monitoring and tubing forces modelling software packages