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The guide to oilwell fishing operations : tools, techniques, and rules of thumb / by Joe DeGeare.

By: DeGeare, Joe
Material type: TextTextSeries: Gulf drilling guidesPublisher: Waltham ; Oxford : Gulf professional Publishing / Elsevier , c.2015Edition: 2nd edDescription: xv, 216 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780124200043 Subject(s): Oil wells -- Equipment and supplies -- Fishing | | Engineering, Petroleum August2015 November2015DDC classification: 622.3382 Summary: "Since the first addition of the "The Guide to Oilwell Fishing Operations" was released in 2003 a few things have changed within our industry, we have seen an increase in horizontal drilling, a few technology updates have occurred but as always fishing is still around. (We have strived to update all technology within the second edition of the book, however, we would recommend to always talk to your local fishing tool provider to check on the latest technology updates). The use of coiled tubing has grown substantially with the increase in horizontal drilling and fracking in the North America market. However, what has not changed is the need for fishing tool supervisors and fishing equipment and sooner or later whether drilling a new well or doing a workover on an existing wellbore, the need for fishing will occur. The following reason still come into play when it comes to fishing; fatigue of equipment, hole conditions, planned jobs in workover operations and human error."
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Glossary : p. 205-210.

Index : p. 213-216.

Bibliography : p. 211-212.

"Since the first addition of the "The Guide to Oilwell Fishing Operations" was released in 2003 a few things have changed within our industry, we have seen an increase in horizontal drilling, a few technology updates have occurred but as always fishing is still around. (We have strived to update all technology within the second edition of the book, however, we would recommend to always talk to your local fishing tool provider to check on the latest technology updates). The use of coiled tubing has grown substantially with the increase in horizontal drilling and fracking in the North America market. However, what has not changed is the need for fishing tool supervisors and fishing equipment and sooner or later whether drilling a new well or doing a workover on an existing wellbore, the need for fishing will occur. The following reason still come into play when it comes to fishing; fatigue of equipment, hole conditions, planned jobs in workover operations and human error."

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