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For this case study, we worked with one of our partners, Pro Directional, to field test the benefits of using both Survey Compression and Pulse OverDrive (Patent Pending) to reduce survey transmission time and increase data density.
For this case study, we worked with one of our partners, Pro Directional, to test and deploy 8-sector azimuthal gamma image compression on their fleet of MicroPulse 3 MWD tools. MicroPulse azimuthal gamma image compression provided a superior image over commonly used 3 and 4-sector images without utilizing any additional telemetry time while delivering a superior azimuthal gamma image.
Continuous inclination and azimuth provide vital information to the driller in between surveys, allowing the wellbore to stay on target and in the zone. Without accurate and reliable continuous inclination and azimuth measurements wellbore position uncertainty is high since assumptions must be made about what the wellbore looks like between survey stations.
To simplify testing and add user-friendly value, the company wanted to automate the system so that users could simply select from a screen the test that matched their specific application setup, and then direct the test to complete and provide reports. This setup would ultimately make for a leading solution that saves time and money while making drilling easier and safer.
A global company that creates and produces flow and pressure control technologies for the worldwide oil and gas industry sought to upgrade its hardware and use real-time rugged electronics to test oil well valves and better understand how they would withstand extreme environments – in particular, in the event that a wellhead caught on fire.
It was critical that before a valve goes to market, is shipped to customers, or installed for use, the company knows how it will react in extreme environments and can test and modify the valve if needed. The client sought to understand the following four key factors:
A manufacturer of oil testing equipment offers clients a centrifuge product that is able to read and assess the makeup of an oil sample. When the company
With the current centrifuge, the process depends heavily on manual involvement. Running a centrifuge test includes having the operator remove oil from the tank, preheat the oil to get it to the correct temperature for the centrifuge, run the samples in the centrifuge for five minutes, and then manually read and record results. Operators keep a log that can be referenced and analyzed later.
The customer had a short timeline and needed to assess the potential for a solution, and then design and develop it, but needed a product design firm with experience in the oil and gas industry and specific technical expertise.
Isolation Technologies provides solutions for zonal isolation in oil, gas, and geothermal applications with a focus on inflatable packers. They needed a custom, automated test platform for characterization and production.