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Jeff Scott

Permanent Downhole Gauges & The Importance Of Accountability

ac·count·a·bil·i·ty [uh-koun-tuh–bil-i-tee] I’m often asked, what does GEO PSI do? Technically we manufacture, install, and service continuous downhole pressure monitoring systems. While that may be interesting, there are at least 20 other companies in the world that can claim the same. “I believe what makes

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Jeff Scott

Permanent Downhole Gauges & The Importance Of Accountability

ac·count·a·bil·i·ty [uh-koun-tuh–bil-i-tee] I’m often asked, what does GEO PSI do? Technically we manufacture, install, and service continuous downhole pressure monitoring systems. While that may be interesting, there are at least 20 other companies in the world that can claim the same. “I believe what makes us unique is that we are actually selling accountability to our customers.”

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Efficient Well Interventions Utilizing eSlicklineTM

Our eSlicklineTM cable has revolutionized how oil & gas operators plan and execute their wireline based well interventions. History Of Wireline Wireline logging started with Conrad Schlumberger in 1910. While teaching physics at the École des Mines in France, he began inventing the wireline platform that we are familiar with today. In 1912, utilizing primitive

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Jeff Scott

Downhole Instrumentation Cable: Encapsulated or Bare? When Does it Matter?

Permanent Downhole Gauge Technology For Cemented-In Completions At GEO PSI we produce some of the worlds best downhole instrumentation sensors. Cementing the pressure sensors in behind the casing is becoming increasingly more common and accounts for a large percentage of our work. A controversial topic seems to be whether to use an encapsulated cable or

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