Intervention free Subsea CompletionMany subsea installations are planned to operate with a vertical x-mas tree (VXT). Installing VXT’s from a semi-submersible is costly and time consuming. Efficiency can be improved in large subsea fields, both in the drilling and completion phase, by performing these operations in batches. By temporarily abandoning the well after the completion is installed and the BOP has been pulled, the rig rate cost is kept at a minimum. Installation of the VXT’s is then carried out by a Light Well Intervention (LWI) vessel or an Inspection Maintenance and Repair (IMR) vessel.
Interwell’s glass plug, Inter Remote Shatter Valve (IRSV) opened after 674 daysThis is the longest period an IRSV has been suspended in a well.
Nominated for Gullkronen 2019We’re excited to have been nominated by Rystad Energy for the Gullkronen 2019 ‘Business success of the year’ award.
ONS Innovation Award 2018We're very excited to announce that we have won the ONS Innovation Award!
ONS Innovation Award 2018We are proudly one of the finalist for the ONS Innovation Award!
Exciting days for Interwell P&AExciting days for Interwell P&A in Canada. Several operating companies are now following the development of the exothermic barrier closely, and will in 2018 provide further trial wells.