There are a number of challenges when evaluating a safety monitoring solution for well sites: open areas with constantly changing conditions, extreme temperatures and humidity, remote locations, site components positioned far from one another, adequate power sources — plus some oil fields produce high concentrations of hydrogen sulphide gas which is highly toxic and explosive even at low levels. Learn how to overcome these challenges with a combination of fixed point detection solutions from Emerson.
Spotlight On Completion Technology
Pressure Activation Technology For Downhole Applications By Fike Corporation
A common problem in oil and gas drilling, completion, and production is the failure of proper activation on downhole tools. These failures can result in lost productivity, safety issues, and significant cost to fix the problem. As wells continue to be drilled deeper, encountering higher pressures and temperatures, it is more critical than ever for correct tool activation.
Completion System Designed To Monitor Frac Operation By Baker Hughes
A well located in the Bakken shale had a vertical-cased section of 10,000 ft (3048 m) and a 10,000 ft open-hole horizontal section. The completion consisted of 10 stages; 5 of the stages were monitored using PT gauges. The operator wanted to monitor separate frac events in multiple zones and to continue monitoring the zones during production.
Video: Hydrostatic Setting Tool By Omega Completion Technology Inc.
The Omega Hydrostatic Setting Tool addresses the industry need for a non-pyrotechnic setting device for downhole use. The setting tool converts the hydrostatic pressure at the tool into an axial force.
CGGVeritas Has A Wealth Of Experience In Characterizing Shale Reservoirs By CGGVeritas (Hampson-Russell)
Since 2009, with more than 40 proprietary and multi-client projects, including over 10,000 sq miles of library data and many advanced analysis and interpretation projects in U.S. shale plays, CGGVeritas has built a wealth of experience in characterization of shale reservoirs.
Accutech wireless instrumentation measures and monitors data in challenging oil & gas environments Accutech wireless instrumentation from Schneider Electric Telemetry and Remote SCADA Solutions is designed specifically for the remote and hard-to-reach installations found in the oil and gas industry. The self-contained wireless units eliminate holes in operational data monitoring at a reduced cost due to the units providing power, radio, and sensors all in one. Learn more.
There is no single AMI technology that addresses all the needs of utilities. That is why Aclara has integrated a complete suite of technologies from North America's leading advanced utility communication providers, all subsidiaries of ESCO Technologies Inc., to address these needs worldwide.