Author: Tim Conn

Using Real-Time Data To Efficiently Develop Fractured Reservoirs GEO PSI Richard Baker
Optimization
Tim Conn

Using Real-Time Data To Efficiently Develop Fractured Reservoirs

Everything you ever wanted to know about utilizing modern downhole monitoring technologies to optimize the development of shale plays. Real-time downhole data is transforming the way energy companies develop complex reservoirs. The accuracy and resolution of pressure, temperature, and acoustic data is providing crucial insights

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Truly Wireless Downhole Monitoring GEOEM 125 Downhole Gauge GEO PSI
Downhole Gauges
Nick Nazarovs

Truly Wireless Downhole Monitoring: GEOEM

Our innovative gauge solution enabling the future of wireless downhole monitoring. The Wireless Monitoring Dream The dream? Ubiquitous access to wireless downhole monitoring solutions with supreme sensor metrology, delivering unlimited high-frequency pressure and temperature data. Are we there? Not quite… But GEOEM certainly takes the industry a step closer to making this a reality. An

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Jeff Scott

GEO PSI Measures Pressure In World’s Toughest Wellbore Condition​s

100% Reliability For Corrosive Frac Water Source Wells Energy companies in the Permian Basin are spending hundreds of millions of dollars per day in order to supply water for hydraulic fracturing operations. Rather than purchase water from municipalities, many energy companies pump water from underground aquifers. Most common are the Capitan Reef, and the Dockum

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Downhole Gauges
Nick Nazarovs

GEOTRU: The ‘Magic’ Of Electronics Free Downhole Monitoring

How our revolutionary GEOTRU technology enables monitoring at extremely high temperatures and provides data quality rivaling the most accurate tools in the industry. Downhole Monitoring Success Temperature, vibration, and time in situ are typically the main factors determining digital downhole monitoring success. As reservoir temperature and completion vibration increase, so does the stress applied to

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