Peak Completion Technologies, Inc.
|Peak Completion Technologies, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150068752||Flow Bypass Device and Method - Devices, systems and methods are disclosed for re-directing fluid flow from the interior of tubing placed in a well to the exterior of the tubing by use of selectively actuatable valves operable by engagement of a plug on a plug seat. The devices, systems, and methods disclosed may provide a flowback bypass for the flow of fluids around obstructions in the tubing when those obstructions occur at a predicted location within the tubing. The systems, devices and methods may also include a locking system operable by, among other things, plug and plug seat valves, and such locking system may be used to prevent opening of the flowback bypass until after a predetermined event has occurred.||03-12-2015|
|20140318816||Downhole Tools With Ball Trap - The described embodiments relate to a downhole tool that can capture a ball in a trap to prevent both upwell and downwell movement of the ball. Further, certain embodiments described herein may prevent fluid from flowing past a captured ball in either the upwell or downwell directions. Ball and seat valves incorporating such ball trap assemblies can be used to create a bi-directional plug which prevents fluid flow in either direction when the ball trap is engaged with an appropriately configured ball.||10-30-2014|
|20140251636||Downhole Tools, System and Method of Using - The present disclosure relates to downhole tools, including downhole valves, which actuate via a pressure differential created across a shifting element having one or more pressure surfaces isolated from fluid, and fluid pressure, flowing through the interior flowpath. Embodiment downhole tools of the present disclosure may actuate in response to, among other signals, fluid pressure in the interior flowpath of the tool and fluid pressure communicated to a pressure surface of the shifting sleeve from the exterior of the tool. Certain embodiments may also have an outlet connector whereby fluid pressure from the downhole tool may be communicated to its exterior, including to additional tools in the tubing strings via flowlines connecting the two tools.||09-11-2014|
|20140246207||Fracturing System and Method - A system and method comprising at least one ported sleeve assembly and a flapper assembly positioned downwell of the ported sleeve assembly. The system provides for the use of multiple ported sleeve assemblies for each stage of a hydrocarbon producing well that can be opened with a single element, and multiple stages, each have thFracturinge ability to be opened with a single element size.||09-04-2014|
|20140116721||Downhole Tools, System and Method of Using - A downhole tool comprising a nested sleeve moveable from a closed position to an open position following actuation of a fluid control device. The fluid control device may selectively permit fluid flow, and thus pressure communication, into the annular space to cause a differential pressure across the shifting sleeve, and thereby moving the shifting sleeve to an open position. A static plug seat is positioned in the tubing or casing upwell of the downhole tool. When the shifting sleeve is opened, fluid flow is established through the static plug seat, allowing a dissolvable or disintegrable ball or other plug to engage the plug seat, preventing fluid flow past the plug seat to the opened downhole tool, thereby permitting pressurization of the tubing or casing, such as for a pressure test. Disintegration of the ball allows fluid communication to be re-established with the downhole tool, permitting fluid to flow through the tubing for subsequent operations.||05-01-2014|
|20140102722||Downhole System and Method for Facilitating Remedial Work - A downhole system and related method, the system comprising an annulus sealing device having a flow path therethrough, a first side, a second side, and a sealing element; a latch element positioned at the first side of the annulus sealing device; at least one check valve assembly positioned at the second side of the annulus sealing device, the at least one check valve assembly having an annular seat, a seat-engaging element rotatably movable relative to the annular seat, and a biasing member urging the seat-engaging element toward the annular seat element; a rigid elongate member extending at least partially through the latch element and having a first end, a second end, and an outer surface extending between the first end and the second end; and a fluid communication path between the annular seat and through the latch element at least partially defined by the rigid elongate member.||04-17-2014|
|20140076578||Downhole Tool - A downhole tool comprising an inner sleeve with a plurality of sleeve ports and a housing positioned radially outwardly of the inner sleeve and having a plurality of housing ports, with the housing and inner sleeve partially defining a space radially therebetween. The space is occupied by a shifting sleeve. A fluid path extends between the interior flowpath of the tool and the space. A fluid control device, such as a burst disk, occupies at least portion of the fluid path. In one state, the shifting sleeve is in a first position between the housing ports and the sleeve ports to prevent fluid flow between the interior flowpath and exterior of the tool. The fluid control device may selectively permit fluid flow, and thus pressure communication, into the annular space to cause a differential pressure across the shifting sleeve. When a sufficient differential pressure is reached, the shifting sleeve is moved to a second position, which opens the communication paths through the housing and sleeve ports between the interior flowpath and exterior flowpath of the tool.||03-20-2014|
|20140069654||Downhole Tool Incorporating Flapper Assembly - A downhole tool incorporating a sleeve assembly with an actuatable element, such as the seat of a plug-and-seat combination, and a seal assembly, such as a flapper seal assembly. The sleeve assembly is movable between a first position, in which the seal assembly is opened and inhibited from closing by contact with the sleeve assembly, and a second position in which the seal assembly is closed. Upon closing of the flapper assembly, the downhole tool may withstand higher pressures with reduced risk of failure to maintain a pressure differential across the tool.||03-13-2014|
|20120279723||Downhole Tool - A downhole tool comprising an inner sleeve with a plurality of sleeve ports and a housing positioned radially outwardly of the inner sleeve and having a plurality of housing ports, with the housing and inner sleeve partially defining a space radially therebetween. The space is occupied by a shifting sleeve. A fluid path extends between the interior flowpath of the tool and the space. A fluid control device, occupies at least portion of the fluid path, and may selectively permit fluid flow, and thus pressure communication, into the space to cause a differential pressure across the shifting sleeve. When a sufficient differential pressure is reached, the shifting sleeve is moved from a first position to a second position, which opens the communication paths through the housing and sleeve ports between the interior flowpath and exterior of the tool.||11-08-2012|
|20120261131||Assembly for Actuating a Downhole Tool - A valve seat assembly for actuating a connected downhole tool. The connected downhole tool may be mechanically connected, such as a sleeve positionable between flow ports through a housing, or hydraulically connected, such as through establishing a fluid communication path to the tool to cause actuation thereof. The valve seat assembly generally has a seating element with an having an inlet and an outlet; and a counting element configured to keep a tally of the number times a first pressure at the inlet exceeds a second pressure at the outlet by at least a pre-determined amount.||10-18-2012|
Patent applications by Peak Completion Technologies, Inc.