Tubing head


Tubing head

The tubing head is a device that connects the top casing head and the oil (gas) tree to suspend the tubing and seal the annular space between the tubing and the casing. The tubing head is located above the casing head, including casing four way and oil pipe hanger. Its function is to hang the oil pipes, downhole tools and sealing oil sleeves in the well.

BNK Petroleum completes drilling Brock 4-2H well in Tishomingo field

Sep 18, 2018 BNK Petroleum Inc., Camarillo, Calif., said it encountered hydrocarbon shows comparable to the company’s best wells while drilling the Brock 4-2H well in the Caney shale oil acreage in Tishomingo field in the SCOOP region in Oklahoma. The BNK-operated well (77% working interest) was drilled and cased and is awaiting completion.

The major oil company that owns the minority interest in the well is preparing to drill the Anderson 1-5H10X3 well, in which BNK has a 33% working interest. The Anderson 1-5H10X3 is a planned 2-mile lateral also targeting the Caney formation and offsetting the Brock 4-2H well. The well is expected to be spudded on Sept. 24.