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Hydrate-plug remediation in well-control equipment. Anon. JPT, February 1997, 49(2), 164, 165. (Synopsis of SPE paper 37624).

Consideration is given to the potential options available under the thermal method to remove a blockage of hydrate from the choke and kill lines. Radial-heat tracing and hot-water circulation through coiled tubing are evaluated. This evaluation being undertaken with two mathematical models developed as part of ongoing research in hydrate blockage. Other options are discussed briefly.

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