Deep Well Services is a Hydraulic Completion Unit (HCU) and workover company specializing in high-pressure, long-lateral, and multi-well completions. We consistently deliver safe and efficient results through top-tier talent, leading-edge technology, and partnerships built on trust and reliability.
Hot Tap is one of the more unique and unknown operations we perform here at Deep Well Services.
As we continue with our video series, DWS Field Supervisor Steve Byra walks us through the technical steps required to safely & efficiently remove trapped pressure using our 5M Hot Tap Drill.
In the first DWS video, we reviewed the process required to disassemble CRW 300K Slips, which are used globally on our Hydraulic Completion Units (HCU). Building off the questions and comments, our Competency & Training team has put together another great video that dives into the CRW 300K Slips’ unique components and functionality.
For the 1st video of 2021, our Training and Competency department will be discussing the Pressure Control components found on our HCU’s and the functionality of this specialty equipment.
As 2020 comes to an end, we wanted to take this time to say THANK YOU and to reflect on some of the positives that our company accomplished during this year of sacrifice, uncertainty, and media-driven fear.
In this video, we leave our warm Training facility and head out to the field to explain how our HCU’s make drilling connections in the work basket. Our Competency & Training team review the general steps required by our HCU crews to ensure this critical operation happens safely & efficiently.
As a follow-up to our last video on the differences between the Stripping and Safety Ram Fronts, our DWS Competency & Training team will explain how to change out the ram blocks from the BOP cavities throughout this video.
In this video, our DWS Competency and Training team, review the difference between Stripping and Safety Ram fronts and how they are both used in Snubbing well-site operations.
In this video, you will watch how Deep Well Services – Hydraulic Completion Units (HCU) use their one pick technology to fully rig over from well to well (c/w primary BOP’s) in 4 – 5 hours. This innovative design allows for a safe and more efficient operation that results in true measurable cost savings.
In part 2 of 3, in our look into Primary Accumulators, Kevin Goold reviews some basic tips and system areas to watch for when performing a daily inspection of the BOP Accumulator on-site.
In this video, we look at how our HCU’s transition well operations from drilling out frac plugs to instantly running production equipment such as Electric Submersible Pumps (ESP).
Having the ability to run production tubing and BHA’s right after the drillout provides many safety, ESG, and economic benefits.
Have you ever wondered what processes and steps are taken to prepare BOPs for delivery to your location? Are your BOPs serviced in accordance to OEM and Industry Regulatory Requirements?
In this short video, we will provide you a brief look into the steps required to prepare our primary BOPs for your next operation.
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