Daniel More talks communication advancements for monitoring subsea E&A wells

April 10, 2013

Tech talk. With the 44th Offshore Technology Conference in Houston just on the horizon, OE sought answers to the question, “What emerging technology will have a direct impact on the offshore market?” Our think tank had this to say:

Daniel More, group technology director, Expro Group

In-well wireless communications has advanced significantly over the last few years, especially for monitoring subsea E&A wells for communication with other wells, once the rig has left a well and adjacent wells are being tested. This information is particularly useful in undewrstanding reservoir connectivity and compartmentalization during any hydrocarbon prospect and field development evaluation.

Categories: Technology Subsea


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