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Write on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 Published in Meetings

When designing a well, the main goal is to have the simplest possible completion, while being able to get the greatest amount of information and concomitantly to achieve the most encompassing well control. Simplicity and ability to get information and control are at first antagonistic drives, not to mention the duality of cost-benefit. One way to solve this paradigm is obviously to face the risk and increase the number of field cases.