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Case Study
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

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Optimization
Aastik Saluja

Reducing Operating Costs With Downhole Monitoring

Downhole Monitoring Basics: How utilizing real-time downhole data can help reduce equipment failures and minimize operational spending This is part 2 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

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Downhole Gauges
Scott Anderson

Introducing: New ESP Monitoring Product Line

We have leveraged our position as a world leader in real-time downhole monitoring solutions to develop an ESP monitoring product line with products designed to meet any market requirement worldwide. Downhole Monitoring Experience Matters To put it simply, as we developed our new ESP product line we benefited greatly from the fact that this is

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Case Study
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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