Cementing Services

Cementing Services


Cement sheath is your commitment to safety and environment as it provides the barrier between your well and the reservoir. In addition, the sheath provides the barrier that protects from corrosion and potable water reservoirs.

This is why our experts engage with you at the design phase to ensure they understand the well design objectives and ensure application of cementing best practices, including the conditioning of the mud, the rates, densities and other parameters that optimize mud displacement efficiencies.

Service Description

We provide optimized cement systems and automated mixing equipment to enable precise, safer slurries that match well conditions while minimizing rig time.

We offer Light weight slurries as low as water density and heavy slurries as high as 21 ppg for all well types.

We also provide wide range of remedial downhole tools for different applications, and well conditions to perform and not limited to casing tests, fluids and cement squeezes and well abandonments.

Cement Equipment

Cement Services Include:

Cement Solutions

Achieve zonal isolation for the life of your well.

Cement Evaluation

Noninvasively confirm annular barrier and bond between the casing and cement with acoustic sonic and ultrasonic insight.

Cement Software

Evaluate all parameters for the zonal isolation you require in all types of wells and casing.


Mud Removal

Remove drilling fluids prior to cementing operations and achieve long-term zonal isolation.

Lost Circulation

Bridge thief zones that can lead to lost circulation while drilling and cementing.

Cement Equipment Include:

Lab Testing Facility

Our capabilities are, but not limited to, the following:

1- Cement blend quality control support, involving cement thickening time, blend characterization, rheological properties, compressive strength and free water evaluation.
2- Water quality analysis.
3- Well-specific cement blend development for custom applications including standard oilwell, thermal, or microfine cement squeezes, well abandonments, thixotropic applications, or areas where rapid-setting and expansive cements are required.
4- Spacer and preflush design for primary and remedial cementing applications.
5- Examination of wellbore returns or unknown fluids and solids (via x-ray, or other methods).
6- Product research and development for all wellbore specific blend analysis and recommendations.