Nine puts the ‘up’ in uptime
With a greater than 98 percent average uptime record, Nine delivers unrivaled expertise-backed efficiency.
Nine Energy Service’s coiled tubing teams are as fast as they come. Which means you’re not waiting around for your well to become productive and profitable.
Formerly RedZone, we have the equipment and expertise to service the longest and most complex horizontal wells—at any stage. Our ability to do the job quickly, accurately and safely is appreciated by our customers. And, they like that we are quick on our feet. We know how to solve problems, even when those problems are outside of our job scope.
Our solutions are tailored to your needs. We’re not in the business of selling chemicals or milling bottom hole assemblies, so you can rest assured that any of the providers we recommend are the most appropriate for your project.
Ultimately, our speed is a result of doing things the right way, ensuring safety and compliance every step of the way.
An operator in Haynesville saved more than 55 days and $4 Million with unique high pressure coiled tubing fishing technique.
Our coiled tubing units range from 1¼ to 2 5/8 inches in diameter. With large capacity units, we can run up to 28,000 feet of 2 3/8 inch coiled tubing. Nine also offers a complete line of support services:
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When you live on the cutting edge, you field a lot of questions. If you don’t find the answers you need here, please reach out to us directly.
Time will of course vary by project, but our coiled tubing team frequently finishes as much as a day-and-a-half sooner than most of our competitors. That can translate to more than $80,000 saved by getting the job done faster.
We have successfully run the longest 2 5/8-inch Coiled tubing string on record in North America—25,595 feet with a 2 5/8-inch unit in the Permian Basin. The lateral section of that well was more than 12,500 feet.
We ran to total depth of 25,439 feet on a well in Enid, Oklahoma using 2 3/8" coiled tubing.
In accordance with industry demand, the majority of our units are large-diameter, but our sizes range from 1¼ inches to 2 5/8 inches.
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