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Efficient Well Interventions Utilizing eSlicklineTM

Our eSlicklineTM cable has revolutionized how oil & gas operators plan and execute their wireline based well interventions. History Of Wireline Wireline logging started with Conrad Schlumberger in 1910. While teaching physics at the École des Mines in France, he began inventing the wireline platform that we are familiar with today. In 1912, utilizing primitive equipment, he logged the first equipotential curves from Iron Mines located around Normandy. Figure 1: Conrad Schlumberger (source: https://wiki.seg.org/wiki/Conrad_Schlumberger) One of the earliest Schlumberger electric resistivity logs was obtained on the Diefenbach 2905 well, Rig.No.

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Nick Nazarovs

Efficient Well Interventions Utilizing eSlicklineTM

Our eSlicklineTM cable has revolutionized how oil & gas operators plan and execute their wireline based well interventions. History Of Wireline Wireline logging started with Conrad Schlumberger in 1910. While teaching physics at the École des Mines in France, he began inventing the wireline platform that we are familiar with today. In 1912, utilizing primitive

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The Worlds Smallest Real-Time Downhole Gauge

Sometimes size does matter. Introducing The GEOP 150 Slim Our GEOP 150 Slim downhole gauge is the world’s smallest real-time downhole pressure and temperature monitoring tool. With an industry-leading 0.5” OD and 8.375” length there is simply no competition for accurate real-time downhole measurement in tight spaces. Miniaturization Without Compromise The GEOP 150 Slim features

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Nick Nazarovs

Imitation: Flattery, or Path to Failure?

While competition imitates, we focus to innovate. Imitation: The Sincerest Form Of Flattery It’s been a long held belief that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. This phrase in its most modern context, is a proverbial expression that dates to the early 19th century, coined by Charles Caleb Colton in Lacon. The earliest provenance

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