How High Quality casing Pipe from China Can Help Improve Your Oil and Gas Production

High quality casing Pipe from China can help improve Oil and gas production by providing a reliable and durable solution for wellbore integrity. casing Pipe is used to line the walls of a wellbore, providing structural support and preventing the wellbore from collapsing. Chinese casing Pipe is manufactured to the highest standards, ensuring that it is strong and durable enough to withstand the pressures of Oil and gas production. Additionally, Chinese casing Pipe is available in a variety of sizes and grades, allowing for a customized solution that meets the specific needs of each wellbore. By using high quality casing Pipe from China, Oil and gas producers can ensure that their wellbores are secure and reliable, leading to improved production and increased efficiency.

The Benefits of Investing in High Quality casing Pipe from China for Your Oil and Gas Projects

Labels a           Calculated Mass c
    Nominal Linear Mass T& C b,c Wall Thick- ness       em, Mass Gain or Loss Due to End Finishing d
  Outside Diameter     Inside Diameter Drift Diameter Plain- end kg
              Round Thread Buttress Thread
            wpe        
  D kg/m t D mm kg/m Short Long RC SCC
  mm   mm mm            
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 3/8 48 339.72 71.43 8.38 322.96 318.99 68.48 15.04 — 17.91
13 3/8 54.5 339.72 81.1 9.65 320.42 316.45 78.55 13.88 16.44
13 3/8 61 339.72 90.78 10.92 317.88 313.91 88.55 12.74 14.97
13 3/8 68 339.72 101.19 12.19 315.34 311.37 98.46 11.61 14.97
13 3/8 68 339.72 101.19 12.19 315.34 311.37 98.46 11.67 f 14.33
13 3/8 72 339.72 107.15 13.06 313.6 311.15 e 105.21 10.98 13.98
13 3/8 72 339.72 107.15 13.06 313.6 311.15 e 309.63 309.63 105.21 10.91 f 14.33
13 3/8 72 339.72 107.15 13.06 313.6   105.21 10.98 13.98
13 3/8 72 339.72 107.15 13.06 313.6   105.21 10.91 e  
16 65 406.4 96.73 9.53 387.4 382.57 96.73 18.59 — 20.13
16 75 406.4 111.61 11.13 384.1 379.37 108.49 16.66 18.11
16 84 406.4 125.01 12.57 381.3 376.48 122.09 14.92
16 109 406.4 162.21 16.66 373.1 368.3 160.13  
18 5/8 87.5 473.08 130.21 11.05 450.98 446.22 125.91 33.6 39.25
20 94 508 139.89 11.13 485.7 480.97 136.38 20.5 27.11 24.78
20 94 508 139.89 11.13 485.7 480.97 136.38 20.61 27.26 g 24.27 17.84 24.78
20 106.5 508 158.49 12.7 482.6 477.82 155.13 18.22   22
20 133 508 197.93 16.13 475.7 470.97 195.66 13.03   16.02
NOTE See also Figures D.1, D.2, and D.3.
a Labels are for information and assistance in ordering.
b Nominal linear masses, threaded and coupled (Column 4) are shown for information only.
c The densities of martensitic chromium steels ( L80 Types 9Cr and 13Cr) are less than those of carbon steels; The masses shown are therefore not accurate for martensitic chromium steels; A mass correction factor of 0.989 shall be used.
d Mass gain or loss due to end finishing; See 8.5.
e Drift diameter for most common bit size; This drift diameter shall be specified in the purchase agreement and marked on the Pipe; See 8.10 for drift requirements.
f Based on 758 mPa minimum yield strength or greater.
g Based on 379 mPa minimum yield strength.

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