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An operator working offshore Egypt
needed a complete gravel pack of a newlydrilled
well using best practices in sand
control. The reservoir was depleted, and
the operator was concerned that a high
sea line pressure would cause most of
the production to come from high in the
reservoir—missing the potential of the
lower zone. But in order to effectively
treat the lower zone, a sand production
problem would need to be addressed. In
the lower zone specifically, the operator
was seeking to gravel pack while remaining
below a very challenging frac pressure,
which would require pumping at a lower
rate. Normally, conventional proppant that
is pumped at reduced rates could settle
and cause a premature screenout, failing
to pack completely across the entire length
of the lateral. In addition to the technical
challenges, the operator needed to control
costs, and wanted a solution that would
treat the lower zone of the well more
economically than a conventional approach. liteprop-140-reduced-footprint-50-percent-egypt-cs.pdf