Eavor-Loop™ Basics

Eavor-Loop™ Basics

Eavor loop basics diagram
Spread section illustration

A. Spread Section


A series of lateral legs stemming out from the vertical and cased well section after the 90° turn. Precise multilateral drilling designed to specific subsurface profiles to maximize efficiency.

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Multilateral / Rock-Pipe illustration

B. Multilateral / Rock-Pipe™


The profiled multilateral sections are completely separated from the rock and each other using Eavor’s protective Rock-Pipe™ completion technology. Working fluids are permanently isolated and contained within the system.

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Intersection illustration

C. Intersection


Magnetic Ranging Technology, a borrowing from the energy services sector, provides the basis to make these at depth intersections consistent, efficient and safe.

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Benign Footprint illustration

D. Benign Footprint


The world’s most benign environmental impact & surface footprint. Eavor can fit in a backyard, repurpose inactive well sites or decommissioned industrial/commercial facilities. The facility has no emissions of any kind during operations.

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Thermosiphon Effect illustration

Thermosiphon Effect


The closed-loop system in an Eavor-Loop™ allows the fluid to circulate without a parasitic load, providing global scalability.

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Resilience Sustainability illustration

Resilience & Sustainability


The Eavor-Loop™ system requires no connection to the outside world and operates without fuel and completely emissions free. The fully independent system can be placed in a bunker or buried below surface; be made resilient to natural disasters.

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