Gas well Groet 1 (GRT1), located onshore in the Netherlands, has been experiencing unstable production for six months since Q1 2002. A down hole video survey identified salt (halite) deposition in the tubing which was subsequently removed by a gauge cutter. The problem reoccurred in Q4 2002 leading to an 8.3 MBOE loss in the quarter. A scale prediction study was conducted to analyse the problem arising with well GRT1 and to diagnose whether the scaling problem is transient or persistent. This study indicated that the scaling behaviour is persistent. Several remedial actions and control options were considered, based upon the diagnosis. All of the remedial actions and control options were compared on a risk / cost / benefit basis. The outcome of this study was that the most economical and lowest risk halite control option was bi-weekly fresh water soaks.