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Continuous Data Monitoring During Workover Operations

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 system would otherwise be offline. This can be useful in determining real-time fluid top, fluid density and other reservoir evaluative properties.

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Figure 1: Screenshot of GEO 485 Logger software recording dual Permanent Downhole Gauge data during an installation

We have taken our tried and true downhole gauge controller and telemetry units and paired them with robust, industrial short-distance transmission devices.

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Figure 2: Wireless G6 Gauge Controller

Fast & Reliable Performance

We have housed the devices in a compact and heavy-duty enclosure that can be mounted to the side of any wooden or steel TEC spool.

The wireless units have proven their reliability in the harshest environments from bitter, northern Canadian winter operations, to extremely hot and dry desert operations.

Our Wireless G6 and T6 modules are incredibly robust, and transmit data wirelessly to a laptop with up to 1 sample per second data polling.

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Figure 2: Wireless G6 Data Transfer Preview

They have the capability of polling a multitude of data registers for all of our digital tool platforms, from single guage digital SRO systems, to dual channel artificial lift gauges, to multi-gauge quartz installations. In the case of our wireless T6 it will also work with our GEOTRU high temperature systems.

Wireless data acquisition and monitoring is a feature included with all of our onsite services and ensures continuous system monitoring while the permanent downhole gauge system is moving downhole.

This means that even when your well is offline, you can keep your Permanent Downhole Gauge system and data online!

For more information please contact us!

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