Jul 06

Workover is used to refer to any kind of oil well intervention involving invasive techniques, such as wireline, coiled tubing or snubbing. More specifically though, it will refer to the expensive process of pulling and replacing a completion.

workover parts

workover parts

Workover Rig is available for both onshore as well as offshore. Before any workover, the well must first be killed. Since workovers are long planned in advance, there would be much time to plan the well kill and so the reverse circulation would be common. The intense nature of this operation often requires no less than the capabilities of a drilling rig.

Workover parts may include the following parts basically:

Workover rig, Manifold, triplex mud pump, mud system, BOP, Top drives, Blow out preventers.

Workover mud system:

GN solids control produced workover mud system for 250HP, 350HP, 450HP, 550HP, 650HP,750HP workover rigs. They have been applied in more than 60 countries in the world. Some clients may get the mud system from rig package supplier. But a much sane choice is to buy the mud system separately from solid scontrol Continue reading »

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