Overall, the design of the production tubing helps to make it fast and easy to install. It's also easy to remove and then to reinstall in another area. If you move from one oilfield to another, you could simply take the tubing with you and set it up in the new area, which is a nice feature. The tubing comes in various dimensions as well, and some may be more suitable for certain types of projects than others are.
How production tubings work
After cementing and completing the casing, you will place the production tubing inside. The goal of the tubing is to make sure that the wellbore has some added protection. Without it, there would be far greater wear and tear, and corrosion would ultimately set in. The tubing will run from the production area all the way to the wellhead. It is possible to use several lines of tubing in those wells where there is more than one area of production.
About production tubings
Production tubing, sometimes called wellbore tubing, is used to produce reservoir fluids, and it is part of the oilfield's production setup. It is an essential part of operations in the oil industry, and that's where it is primarily used. Those who have or who are starting up an active oilfield will need to have production tubing for all of the wells they have in place.