Well Completion Equipments

Completing a well consists of a number of steps: installing the well casing, completing the well, installing the wellhead, and installing lifting equipment or treating the formation should that be required. REIPL offers a wide range of well completion equipments.

Casing & Coupling :

Casing :

Casing is large diameter pipe that is assembled and inserted into a recently drilled section of a borehole and typically held into place with cement.

Casing Coupling :

A short length of pipe used to connect two joints of casing. A casing coupling has internal threads (female thread form) machined to match the external threads (male thread form) of the long joints of casing. The two joints of casing are threaded into opposite ends of the casing coupling.

Tubing & Coupling :

Tubing :

The smallest diameter pipe within a well bore which transmits the hydrocarbon production to the surface. Tubing is located inside the casing.

Tubing Coupling :

Tubing coupling is a special connector used to connect lengths of tubing.

Casing Centralizer :

A mechanical device that keeps casing from contacting the well bore wall. A continuous 360-degree annular space around casing allows cement to completely seal the casing to the borehole wall.


Casing Coupling


Tubing Coupling

Casing Centralizer