Successful strategies for well and field production involve multiple disciplines, technologies, products, and services. Integrating data from complementary systems through systematic processes is crucial to obtaining the most complete reservoir picture possible. Building subsea processing system manifolds for production management helps sustain optimal flow rates over the long term.
One meter can test and monitor dry gas, condensate, and oil wells. Via a remote data link, it enables validation and analysis of well data, generation of well test reports, and diagnosis of production anomalies.
Low-footprint multiphase flowmeter technology enables flow rate measurements of oil, gas, and water without separation.
Advanced production logging gives a complete three-phase analysis in the complex flow environments of horizontal and highly deviated wells.
The PCoE combines a unique methodology and workflow with advanced technologies to optimize producing wells so that they reach ultimate recovery.
ESPs, gas lift, seabed boosting, and surface electric equipment help sustain flow. Proven technologies expand the operating limits for deepwater projects and improve the potential for successful production.
Injecting energy into the raw multiphase well flow at the seabed reduces the wellhead backpressure and increases the flow rate for longer ultimate productive life—improving the viability of previously unproducible fields and those requiring retrofitting. The Schlumberger joint venture—Framo Engineering AS—provides expertise and combined solutions to improve all aspects of subsea production: multiphase booster pumps, flow metering equipment, and swivel stack systems.
Knowing how the reservoir will change during its productive life establishes the foundation for an optimal production strategy. Schlumberger solutions, including modeling and simulation, help reduce the technical challenges associated with deep water and streamline production management operations.