It’s been estimated that 1% of the total operating costs of the petroleum industry could be saved by the correct application of existing corrosion protection technology. Corrosion evaluation and control are particularly cost effective for deep or remote wells, wells expected to have a long lifetime, and wells producing CO2 or H2S.
Because downhole corrosion problems are many and varied, we provide a variety of measurements—acoustic, electrical, and mechanical—to identify and quantify corrosion, determine the cause, and monitor, including evaluating the effectiveness of anticorrosion measures.
Noninvasively quantitatively scan the interior surface and determine the thickness of production casing in liquid or gas environments and at up to 90° deviation.
Locate, identify, and quantify internal and external casing corrosion with full azimuthal coverage.
Radially measure and monitor the inner wall of casing and tubing strings with a multifinger caliper that minimizes eccentricity effects.
Pinpoint electrochemical corrosion problems, present and future.