Wireline Pumpdown Perforating Services
Efficient operations that maximize your connection to the reservoir
Choose an experienced team that can deliver the wireline services you need.
Predict perforating performance for improved efficiency
The Schlumberger Productivity Enhancement Research Facility (PERF) leverages a global network of scientists, engineers, and technicians with perforating domain expertise and extensive regional knowledge to deliver customized production optimization strategies specific to your reservoir, no matter the formation type or downhole conditions.
Laboratory simulations provide indispensable insight into your well’s reservoir-to-wellbore connection prior to field deployment, validating production at realistic downhole rates up to 300 MMcf/d. The resulting fit-for-purpose strategies and shaped charges deliver efficiency, reliability, and enhanced safety over the life of your reservoir.
Using real rock (core samples) from your reservoir and replicating well-pressure dynamics from the field, we determine how your reservoir will respond when perforated. These laboratory tests provide answers to critical questions that testing in concrete cannot, enabling us to optimize stimulation treatment with charges, fluids, and perforating guns that are engineered for the wellbore environment, reservoir, and completion geometry.
The PERF has the industry's largest polyaxial stress frame, making it possible for you to test perforating systems from charge detonation through flowback under realistic wellbore, pore, and vertical and horizontal stress conditions. After a full perforating system is shot, 3D reconstructions of the well reveal inflow and perforation behavior for better understanding of field well performance.
Since introducing the industry’s first perforating flow laboratory in 1953 and pioneering extensive test programs, we’ve built six decades of experience—and data—toward understanding perforating system performance at downhole conditions. The PERF continues this tradition of excellence as the most technically advanced perforating system laboratory.