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FPSO/FNLG Outlook and Technologies

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FEATURE Do wnhole Data

Source: Halliburton

Halliburton’s XMR service can acquire about eight times more data with less than half the power of traditional sensors and can be deployed in nearly every openhole logging environment.

Source: NOV wireline sensors from interfering with this one and vice

Continuous pressure monitoring versa, he added.

Halliburton commercialized the service in 3Q 2018. With the complexity of reservoirs and well construction,

The service company deployed the sensor in a 25,700 psi combined with the high costs of working offshore and regula- and 31,860 ft MD Gulf of Mexico well with temperatures of tory requirements, operators are seeking ways to continuously 340 degrees Fahrenheit in 2,100 meters of water. An NMR monitor each well’s barrier integrity.

log of such a well with existing technology might take 24 to The conventional method has been to verify the integrity at 30 hours, Balliet said, but even logging on the way down and speci

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