Operator Saves 10 Hours and Reduces Operational Risks by 30% During PT Gradient Survey | SLB
Tech Report
Location
Italy, Europe
Details

Onshore Gas Field

Lithology
Sandstone

Well depth
4,987 ft [1,520 m]

Bottomhole pressure
1,892 psi [13 MPa]

Bottomhole temperature
120 degF [49 degC]

Background
Working onshore in southern Italy, an operator sought a static gradient, drawdown and shut-in pressures, and a temperature survey for each of four producing zones in a dual-completion well—all while keeping a low footprint and reducing logistics costs.

Operator Saves 10 Hours and Reduces Operational Risks by 30% During PT Gradient Survey

LIVE digital slickline services—only one unit and one crew needed for slickline and surface readout operations

Operator Saves 10 Hours and Reduces Operational Risks by 30% During PT Gradient Survey
A single LIVE services unit performed all operations, reducing footprint, saving 10 hours, decreasing operational time and reducing work-hour exposure by 30% for more efficient operations.

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