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Downhole Gauges
Jeff Scott

Successful Real-Time Wireless Downhole Monitoring Field Trial

GEO PSI Australian Partner Qteq Completes Successful Wireless EMT Field Trial Australia based georesources technology company Qteq Pty Ltd announced this week that it has successfully completed a field trial of our next-generation wireless downhole pressure monitoring system in a coal seam gas (CSG) production

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Jeff Scott

Downhole Instrument Cable: Round vs. Square Encapsulation

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

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Advantages Of Real-Time Downhole Monitoring For Gas Lift GEO PSI
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Aastik Saluja

Advantages Of Real-Time Downhole Monitoring For Gas Lift

How downhole monitoring impacts the efficiency of Gas Lift operations. Critical Factors For Gas Lift Production One of the critical factors in the application of production system analysis, also Nodal analysis, is downhole data. In existing conditions, static well tests, downhole gradient surveys, or production logging surveys deliver periodic data points. These regular surveys provide

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Artificial Lift
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! (View Full Invite Below) Our presentation will focus on the

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Jeff Scott

Sink vs Source in relation to 4-20mA loop

When you talk about digital components, like proximity switches, a “source” component supplies power on its terminals and responds to the change in the load. A “sink” component, on the other hand, does not supply power to its terminals and responds to changes in the voltage or current impressed upon it as measured on those

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