Cement and Cement Additives

In everyday life, cement is the element that makes concrete strong so it can support heavy weights and hold back powerful forces. In the oil industry, cement by itself does the same sort of thing. It supports heavy steel casing downhole. Cement forms a strong, effective seal that can hold back formation pressures, protect underground formations by keeping the fluids in one zone from contaminating another, and seal off zones of lost circulation. This helpful training video covers the basic characteristics and uses of cement and the additives used to tailor it to the varied conditions encountered downhole. Builds a better understanding of how important cement is to successful drilling and completion. Produced in cooperation with Halliburton. 1981, 21 minutes, 135 slides, video transfer. Comes with a script and a workbook.

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Catalog #FormatPrice 
62.1125 Streaming $35.00
65.1125 DVD $53.00