Whats New in Artificial Lift Part 1 | Schlumberger
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World Oil
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4/30/2013
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What's New in Artificial Lift? Part 1

For monitoring in artificially lifted wells, the Schlumberger Phoenix cable-to-surface (CTS) monitoring tools feature downhole sensors for in-depth diagnostics and analysis.

For monitoring in artificially lifted wells, the Schlumberger Phoenix cable-to-surface (CTS) monitoring tools feature downhole sensors for in-depth diagnostics and analysis. The system can monitor beam/rod pumps, progressive cavity pumps (PCP), and gas lift systems. The CTS gauges accurately identify operating problems or anomalies in real time, to facilitate effective intervention strategies, protect lift systems, improve well integrity, optimize production, and maximize recovery. The downhole gauge, which transmits data to the surface via an independent cable, monitors downhole parameters, such as intake pressure, temperature, and three-axis vibration. Flexible parameter alarms provide warning detections to protect lift systems in the well. Parameter alarms can be adjusted to the appropriate level of monitoring required.

What's New in Artificial Lift? Part 1
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