Intervention & Coiled Tubing Association Canadian Chapter

IRP 21 Industry Review

02 Dec 2020 4:45 PM | Craig Fraser (Administrator)
IRP 21 - Coiled Tubing Operations, was opened for a full scope review in March 2018. Approval was provided by the DACC to remove drilling sections of the document during this review. The complete details of the revisions can be found in Appendix A of the draft document.
 
Coiled tubing operations are upstream petroleum industry operations using specialized equipment to carry out workovers and drilling on oil and gas wells. Coiled tubing applications fit into two general categories: fluid conveyance applications (pumping) such as fracturing/acidizing a formation, removing sand, scale or wax and mechanical applications such as cutting tubulars or setting a plug or packer.
 
The draft IRP includes information about coiled tubing operations including recommendations for:
  • Operations planning
  • Well Control Equipment
  • Accumulator Equipment
  • Coiled tubing specifications
  • Fluids and circulating systems
  • QA for Well pressure control equipment
  • Elastomeric seals
  • Well servicing operations
Developer: DACC
Sponsor Organization: CAPP and PSAC
Current Status: Available for Industry Review (Closes March 25, 2021)
Feedback: Feedback or comments for the draft IRP can be emailed to Safety@energysafetycanada.com.  An email confirmation will be issued.



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