Composite Bridge Plug


The Composite Plug was designed to provide an economical means of isolating multiple-stage casing fracs while facilitating a very short drill time to remove the plugs after the frac. The Composite Plug is manufactured in two configurations; a Bridge Plug, and a flow back Frac Plug. Modified versions are also available. Each is typically set with a conventional Wireline setting tool. The Bridge plug can hold differential pressure from both directions and is typically run as the top plug so that the well is dead when the tubing is stripped into the well to drill up the plugs. The Frac Plug will hold pressure from above, but will allow upward flow back when the pressure is greater from below. This is accomplished by an internal ball and seat.

Here at Enerbay we are dedicated to bringing the highest quality and consistency composite plug to the Fracking Industry. We were formed to develop a Composite Frac plug that could exceed the limitations of current plugs. As well as increasing the quality and product knowledge.



Fracturing of hydrocarbon wells has been evolving since 1947. Improvements in technology have helped propel Fracking from an art to a science resulting in a robust industry capable of executing hundreds of precise frac operations a day across North America and around the world.

The increasing number of operations necessitates even better technology and higher reliability at lower costs to allow more efficient use of equipment, personnel and resources. A key element of the Frac operation is the Frac Plug. We at Enerbay have accepted the challenge to build a Drillable Composite Frac Plug that addresses the performance needs of our customers.

Enerbay is committed to building the best drillable Frac Plug in the industry. We have our own design team, composites manufacturing facility and machine shop. We designed, manufactured and in house tested our new line of drillable frac plugs from the ground up. We have lab and field tested hundreds of plugs.  Our experienced design team lived and breathed plugs for six months. They got rid of all the dead weight and came up with a sixteen inch long plug that can hold back any old 10,000 psi frac.