Schlumberger Launches OPTICall Thermal Profile Service

December 9, 2009 at 5:35 am 2 comments

At the 2009 International Petroleum Technology Conference in Doha, Qatar, Schlumberger announced the release of its OPTICall* thermal profile and investigation service. This new distributed temperature sensing (DTS) service tracks fluid movements in real time along the wellbore, helping to detect leaks, monitor gas lift and evaluate fractures to improve field productivity.

            “This unique on-demand service combines the features of permanent fiber-optic DTS systems and the ease of use of standard slickline systems,” said Claude Durocher, Slickline business manager, Schlumberger. “The OPTICall service offers a low-risk, economical way to troubleshoot issues in all types of wells.”

            Schlumberger has successfully run the OPTICall service offshore and on land in more than 250 wells in 11 countries.

            The OPTICall service is enabled by OpticLine* fiber-optic line, which provides a thermal profile along the entire length of the line continuously in real time, providing immediate answers onsite. This fiber-optic line, which is deployed in a single run using slickline-type intervention, monitors dynamic temperature events with minimal interference. OpticLine can also run conventional production logging tools in memory mode while monitoring, for single-trip efficiency.

www.slb.com/opticall

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  • 1. DTS - Distributed Sensing  |  December 11, 2009 at 3:38 pm

    DTS support for Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD)…

    Accurate, continual, and real-time temperature reading along the well path can give you valuable information about the condition of both the reservoir and downhole completion provided by LIOS distributed temperature sensing (DTS)…….

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  • 2. DTS - Distributed Sensing  |  December 11, 2009 at 5:13 pm

    Fiber Optic Distributed Temperature Monitoring for Oil & Gas Production & Reservoir Engineering…

    Technology is the key driver in the quest for greater efficiency. In the oil and gas industry, there is keen interest and high demand for low-cost, reliable, and easily installable systems to enhance downhole production and recovery…….

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