Operators frequently utilize coiled tubing as a conduit for accurate placement of cement downhole. Cement is used for sealing perforations or casing leaks, for primary or secondary zonal isolation and for plugs used in kickoff or abandonment operations. A cement squeeze enables the operator to plug casing leaks or existing perforations by pumping cement slurry under pressure into these openings. The cement fills openings between the formation and the casing, forming a seal. Setting a cement plug involves circulating a cement slurry into position using CT then withdrawing the CT string to a point above the top of cement. A slight squeeze pressure is applied if necessary, any cement remaining in the tubing is displaced by a tail slurry then the CT is pulled out of the hole.