Expro showcases services at Meos
Dubai, September 26, 2011
Leading global oilfield services company, Expro, is showcasing its enhanced drill stem testing (DST) services as part of its integrated well testing package at the Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conference (Meos) in Bahrain
Meos, is one of the most established exhibitions of oil and gas products and services in the Middle East, opened yesterday and will run till Spetember 28.
The re-launched DST tools complete the integrated exploration and appraisal package well testing services of Expro. DST offers the fastest and safest method of evaluating the potential of a newly discovered source, the company said in a statement.
Following the drilling and casing of a well, DST is used in conjunction with Expro’s downhole data system, which uses advanced wireless telemetry technology to transmit high quality bottomhole pressure and temperature data to surface in real-time using electromagnetic (EM) through-tubing/casing communication; and its tubing conveyed sampling, which provides a high-quality alternative to traditional DST type full-flow samplers.
In addition to its integrated well testing service, Expro will show its innovative ActiveSonar meters. The product, launched in the region early last year, provides non-intrusive well flow measurement utilising clamp-on sonar-based meters and multiphase flow interpretation techniques.
The meters can be installed without production shut down and are an extremely safe way to monitor well flow, the statement said.
Another of the company’s technological advancements to be on show will be its Cableless Telemetry System (CaTS) which can be used in any well monitoring application where real-time data is required.
CaTS uses a resonating quartz crystal pressure and temperature sensor to provide accurate, high resolution monitoring, it said.
Hussein Elsisi, business development region manager for Expro, Mena, said: “This is an excellent opportunity for Expro to present its newly expanded integrated well testing package alongside the wider portfolio of services. With more than 30 years of experience under our belts, we firmly believe the innovative technology we continue to develop will continue to set us apart in the world of oilfield services.” – TradeArabia News Service
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