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Casing is a large diameter pipe that is assembled and inserted into a recently drilled section of a borehole. Similar to the bones of a spine protecting the spinal cord, casing is set inside the drilled borehole to protect and support the wellstream. The lower portion (and sometimes the entirety) is typically held in place with cement. Deeper strings usually are not cemented all the way to the surface, so the weight of the pipe must be partially supported by a casing hanger in the wellhead.

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  • Rohrtour
  • Casing (borehole)
  • Tubo de revestimento
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  • Als Rohrtour (auch Futterrohre oder Verrohrung, engl.: casing, genannt) wird die Rohrstrecke bezeichnet, mit der das Bohrloch spezieller geologischer Bohrungen ausgekleidet wird. Aufgabe der Rohrtour ist es, das Bohrloch langfristig zu stabilisieren und gegenüber dem Umgebungsgestein (Gebirge) abzudichten.
  • Casing is a large diameter pipe that is assembled and inserted into a recently drilled section of a borehole. Similar to the bones of a spine protecting the spinal cord, casing is set inside the drilled borehole to protect and support the wellstream. The lower portion (and sometimes the entirety) is typically held in place with cement. Deeper strings usually are not cemented all the way to the surface, so the weight of the pipe must be partially supported by a casing hanger in the wellhead.
  • Denomina-se tubo de revestimento a tubulação utilizada para revestir as paredes de um poço de óleo e gás natural. Como tubo de transporte de fluidos apresenta grande diâmetro e é montado e inserido em uma seção recentemente perfurado de um poço e, normalmente fixado ao local com cimento.
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  • Als Rohrtour (auch Futterrohre oder Verrohrung, engl.: casing, genannt) wird die Rohrstrecke bezeichnet, mit der das Bohrloch spezieller geologischer Bohrungen ausgekleidet wird. Aufgabe der Rohrtour ist es, das Bohrloch langfristig zu stabilisieren und gegenüber dem Umgebungsgestein (Gebirge) abzudichten.
  • Casing is a large diameter pipe that is assembled and inserted into a recently drilled section of a borehole. Similar to the bones of a spine protecting the spinal cord, casing is set inside the drilled borehole to protect and support the wellstream. The lower portion (and sometimes the entirety) is typically held in place with cement. Deeper strings usually are not cemented all the way to the surface, so the weight of the pipe must be partially supported by a casing hanger in the wellhead.
  • Denomina-se tubo de revestimento a tubulação utilizada para revestir as paredes de um poço de óleo e gás natural. Como tubo de transporte de fluidos apresenta grande diâmetro e é montado e inserido em uma seção recentemente perfurado de um poço e, normalmente fixado ao local com cimento.
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