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Cedric Doerksen

COVID-19 Operational Update

A Message From Our President Figure 1: GEO PSI COVID-19 Update As the situation caused by COVID-19 quickly evolves, we want to assure you that we are doing everything we can to keep our employees, customers, and communities we work in safe. We are monitoring

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Jeff Scott

GEO PSI Featured In SPE Santa Maria 2019

“ROI from Real Time Downhole Instrumentation EOR: Steam Injection and Waterflood Applications You Can’t Manage What You Don’t Measure” – By John Sullivan and Jeff Scott, GEO PSI GEO PSI has been invited to present at the SPE Santa Maria September Meeting And Networking Event!

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Jeff Scott

Downhole Instrumentation Cable: Encapsulated or Bare? When Does it Matter?

Permanent Downhole Gauge Technology For Cemented-In Completions At GEO PSI we produce some of the worlds best downhole instrumentation sensors. Cementing the pressure sensors in behind the casing is becoming increasingly more common and accounts for a large percentage of our work. A controversial topic seems to be whether to use an encapsulated cable or

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Aastik Saluja

Using Real-Time Downhole Monitoring to Overcome Deferred or Lost Production

Downhole monitoring in SRP/PCP/ESP installations to help take pre-emptive measures to reduce downtime. The Issue Globally, the oil & gas industry routinely suffers an average of 5 to 7% of unplanned downtime due to unknown wellbore problems and poor maintenance practices. However, this number is skewed due to a majority of wells with smooth &

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Jeff Scott

Downhole Instrumentation for Fracturing Operations

Communication between Frac wells is common in high well volume operating fields. The effects of this communication can vary from environmental leaks to equipment damage. Having the ability to monitor downhole pressures allows companies to observe pressure changes in nearby wells during frac operations of adjacent wells.  Monitoring pressure during the fracturing operation is vital

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