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Pulling Tools Presentation

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WCP Training
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Pulling tool applications

Used to recover devices from the the wellbore

Can be used to set devices e.g. equalizing prongs, standing

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valves

Can be released from device if retrieval is difficult

Pulling tool O.D. must be considered when selecting toolstring


size

Shear pin condition can give downhole indication

Can be run minus dogs to ensure clear fishing neck


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External FN Shear Force Roots

Shear pin always


connected through core

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Top sub either has core
or skirt attached

Does core contact


latched tool

Will skirt contact


latched tool

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Cores / Reach

Otis terms J S B

Camco terms L S C

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Measured from core to jaw

Otis cores have two holes

Camco have one hole

Most are threaded

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Camco JD Pulling Tool

Identification

Component

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exchange

Special tools

Shear pin size

Wear and damage

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Camco JU Pulling Tool

Identification

Marking core

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Function tests

Safety

Threaded skirts

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PCE Universal Pulling Tool

Sizes

Adjustable Core

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Shear direction selection

Benefits

Drawbacks

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PCE Universal Pulling Tool

Top sub must locked for jar up

Screw removal

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Shear direction indicator

Installing pawls

Core setting

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Internal FN Pulling Tools - Applications

Junk / valve catchers

Running / Pulling flow control devices

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Internal FN equalizing prongs

Safety valve recovery

Separation sleeves

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Otis GS Pulling Tool

Can be used to run or pull devices

Sizes 2” - 7”

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Shearing off

Weak point

Maintenance

Wear and damage

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Otis GR Pulling Tool

GU adapter added

GU + GS = GR

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Jar up to shear and release tool

Used to pull Otis X/R series


locks?

GU as re-pinning tool?

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Otis Internal FN Pulling Tool

Dog cage is manually pulled up to


release pulled device

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Skirt has thin wall – caution tightening
and releasing

Can be run minus dogs – to confirm


fishing neck is clear

Special tool to aid re-pinning

7” GS can have two shear pins

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Camco PRS Pulling Tool

Developed to pull Camco DB series


locks

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Jar down to release

NOT equivalent to Otis GS

Sizes 4” - 7”

Ratchet lock in release position

Release J slot
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Heavy Duty Pulling Tools

Greater forces created when


using braided
cable/accelerators

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Tools destroyed – pieces left
to fish

Dogs / FN contact area

Release direction

Heavily constructed body


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Pulling Tools summary

Pick up weights are critical, perform before and after pulling


device
Dimension records – tubing ID, FN size, reach length, depth

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below FN, toolstring configuration, well conditions, well
limitations.
Function test before running in well
Strip and redress after use (may be necessary during runs)
Threaded skirts should not be used – use bell guides
Always perform drift run/safety run with gauge cutter
Always consider worst potential out come if going to pull
device after remedial work
Use the correct tool for the job
Use correct special tools when maintaining equipment
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