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Breakthrough In ESP Monitoring ESP Mini 125 GEO PSI
Downhole Gauges
Scott Anderson

Breakthrough In ESP Monitoring: ESP Mini 125

The ESP Mini 125 is the world’s smallest downhole ESP gauge. It enables economic monitoring while providing industry-leading data quality. A Massive, Micro-Sized Innovation We have a developing ESP monitoring product line full of innovative products designed for various applications. With over 12 years of

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Introducing New ESP Monitoring Product Line GEO PSI Blog
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

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

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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.

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Downhole Gauges
Nick Nazarovs

GEOTRU: The ‘Magic’ Of Electronics Free Downhole Monitoring

How our revolutionary GEOTRU technology enables monitoring at extremely high temperatures and provides data quality rivaling the most accurate tools in the industry. Downhole Monitoring Success Temperature, vibration, and time in situ are typically the main factors determining digital downhole monitoring success. As reservoir temperature

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Top Posts
Jeff Scott

Memory Tools vs. Real-Time Downhole Gauges For High-Temp

Kiss your flask good-bye! How real-time data acquisition provides a superior solution over memory tools for high-temperature reservoirs. Understanding True Reservoir Characteristics Understanding the true characteristics of your reservoir is paramount for long-term success and field development. As we always say, Real-time downhole data acquisition

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David Macdonald

Next Level Predictive Health Monitoring For Artificial Lift

Utilizing Enhanced Vibration monitoring and machine learning software to predict unplanned workovers and reduce downtime. Why is predictive health monitoring needed? Downhole failures in any artificial lift well is an unplanned cost that no operator wants to bear. A failure of an ESP is arguably the worst. Equipment cost is one part, but there is

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Optimization
Blaine Pike

Maximizing Operational Safety With Downhole Monitoring

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

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Archive
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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