When it comes to Downhole Tubing Encapsulated Cable (TEC) do you really get what you pay for? The cost vs. quality conundrum is ever-present, does paying more really equate to better quality and increased performance? Tubing Encapsulated Cables (TEC) form an integral and critical part
A look at our first 12 years of innovation, achievement, and excellence in downhole TEC manufacturing Follow along as we highlight some of the products and manufacturing milestones of our companies downhole cable history. What is TEC? TEC is an abbreviation for Tubing Encapsulated Cable.
Which is the ultimate in performance and durability? The following study was preformed to directly compare 11mm square to 11mm round encapsulation of 4mm Downhole Cable. Various items were studied, including: Manufacturability, Weight, Flexibility, Crush Strength, Cross-Sectional Twisting, Dynamic Friction, and Deployment/Retrieval. Summary The shape
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
Downhole Monitoring Basics: How utilizing real-time downhole data can help maximize operational safety This is part 5 in our series of posts where we are going back to the basics covering the high-level benefits of the real-time downhole data that downhole monitoring systems provide. As our industry quickly transitions to data-driven operations we hope to
Wireless data acquisition and logging during permanent downhole gauge system installation and removal Uninterrupted Downhole Data Our wireless data acquisition capabilities allow data to be recorded continuously while a Permanent Downhole Gauge system is being installed or removed from a well, or during other workover operations. Our systems allow for continuous data monitoring when the
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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