FREQUENT SURVEYS GUIDE RELIEF WELL TO UNDERGROUND BLOWOUT

Humberto Uzcategui, Javier Cruz Corpoven SA Anaco, Venezuela Fernando Rodrigues Anadrill-Schlumberger Caracas Continuous planning and extensive downhole surveying were vital for a relief well that intersected an underground blowout in Monagas state in northeast Venezuela. This relief well operation in 1989 was the first known application of anchored, oriented, tubing-conveyed perforating (TCP) used to force communication between two wells.

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