Wireline & Slicklines

Wirelines and Slicklines are very similar devices. Slickline is a thin cable introduced into a well to deliver and retrieve tools downhole, a wireline is an electrical cable used to lower tools into the well and transmit data about the conditions of the  well-bore. 
Usually consisting of braided cables, wirelines are used to perform wireline logging.


Wireline is cabling technology used to lower equipment or measuring devices into a well for the purposes of well interventions and reservoir evaluation.

They are electric cables that transmit data about the well. Consisting of single strands or multi-strands, the wireline is used for both well intervention and formation evaluation operations. In other words, wirelines are useful in gathering data about the well in logging activities, as well as in workover jobs that require data transmission.

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They are single-strand non-electric cables lowered into oil and gas wells from the surface.

They are Used to place and recover wellbore equipment, such as plugs, gauges and valves.

They can also be used to adjust valves and sleeves located downhole, as well as repairing tubes within the wellbore.