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Downhole Gauges
Kyle McAllister

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

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Jeff Scott

Are You Monitoring Your Wells Remotely?

With oil prices at an all time low, cost cutting initiatives and social distancing in place, monitoring your downhole data remotely makes perfect sense! “You Can’t Manage What You Don’t Measure” The Issues Many energy companies are not equipped with the modern technology required to

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Jeff Scott

$24 Oil – Is Downhole Monitoring Essential?

Downhole monitoring leads to increased production, better infill drilling decisions, and optimized well spacing “You Can’t Manage What You Don’t Measure” The Problem Today (April 9th, 2020) oil prices are sitting at a near record low of $24 per barrel. This unprecedented drop in commodity

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Downhole Gauges
Jeff Scott

Carbon Capture & Sequestration Monitoring

How downhole gauges are used as a part of the measurement, monitoring, and verification plan (MMV) for carbon capture & sequestration. Carbon Capture & Sequestration Carbon Capture & Sequestration (CCS) is the process of storing high pressure, liquid carbon dioxide in a subsurface reservoir structure. The technology has been used for more than 40 years

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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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Nick Nazarovs

The Best Thermocouple Card For Downhole Temperature Monitoring

We are proud to officially announce the all new GEOXTR 18pt Thermocouple Input Card! A New Standard For Quality Born out of a need for higher-quality data, industry-specific capability, and far superior long-length thermocouple performance, the GEOXTR-18 has been designed to operate in a class of its own. Setting a new standard for quality and

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