It’s lightning season – Are your downhole gauges and surface electronics protected? It’s spring again, and that means that we are heading into storm season! Especially in places like Texas and the Mid-West thunderstorms can wreak havoc on infrastructure including oilfield equipment. If you operate
A look at how continued capital investment enables us to develop innovative solutions for unique customer problems. In a previous blog post of ours titled Getting Off The X”: A Lesson in the Value of Movement, we put forward the idea that movement in business,
A look at how our approach of becoming a technology partner differs from product vendors or service providers. Here at GEO PSI we strive to develop fit-for-purpose, robust, and cost-effective downhole monitoring technologies that provide immense value to our customers. Our Vision “To provide digital
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
Single or Multi-Point Suspended Measurement Systems for Corrosive and Non-Corrosive Chambers and Wellbores. Intrinsically Safe Gauges We manufacture Intrinsically Safe pressure and temperature monitoring systems that are designed to attach to Stainless Steel and Incoloy cable. These systems can be inserted into wellbores, chambers, tanks, and vessels to accurately measure pressure and temperature and specified
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
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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