Electrohydraulic Flow Control & Monitoring System | Schlumberger


Electrohydraulic flow control and monitoring system

Proteus electrohydraulic flow control and monitoring system

Simplify intelligent completions without sacrificing control or measurement accuracy

Optimize production by rapidly managing multizonal and commingled reservoir flow with the Proteus electrohydraulic flow control and monitoring system. Controlled from surface with powerful, user-friendly software, the Proteus system integrates a downhole control module, dual pressure and temperature quartz gauges, an 8-position flow control valve, and an absolute position sensor in a compact assembly. 

Minimize control lines to reduce complexity

Design your well with up to twelve Proteus system stations on one electric and 2 hydraulic lines, reducing run-in complexity and requiring only three wellhead penetrations. When multiple systems are installed together, you can operate individual valves sequentially within minutes, enabling rapid choke positioning for multiple zones in a short sequence from the surface control room. A hydraulic override is also included as a contingency to simultaneously open all system valves with a single pressure actuation.

Proteus System Simplifies Flow Control for Five-Zone Multilateral Well in the Middle East
Fully integrated system monitors and rapidly controls production flow with only three control lines and saves 3.6 hours on well startup
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Integrate downhole data for rapid improvement

Analyze downhole data through the Intelligent Completions Answer Products (ICAP), real-time workflows that can help you

  • accelerate production and maximize recovery with optimized valve settings
  • determine real-time liquid rates for each zone
  • improve rate calculation accuracy
  • compute pseudosteady-state productivity index (PI) and average reservoir pressure
  • identify underperforming zones and wells
  • expedite wellbore cleanup
  • back-allocate zonal reserves.
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