Distributed Fiber-Optic Sensors Characterize Flow-Control-Device Performance
The complete paper describes piloting the collection and analysis of distributed temperature and acoustic sensing (DTS and DAS, respectively) data to characterize flow-control-device (FCD) performance and help improve understanding of steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) inflow distribution.
Fiber Optic Diagnostics and a Vanishing Act
A company is selling a new well testing tool designed to be a cheaper, simpler way to do fiber optic sensing, and then it fades away.
Cointerpretation of Distributed Acoustic and Temperature Sensing for Inflow Profiling
With the availability of more-complex smart-well instrumentation, immediate evaluation of the well response is possible as changes in the reservoir or well occur.
SAGD and Fiber-Optic Distributed Acoustic and Temperature Sensing
Distributed temperature sensing (DTS) is the most common fiber-optic measurement used for steam-assisted-gravity-drainage reservoir monitoring.
Monitoring Acid-Stimulation Treatments With Slickline Distributed-Temperature Sensing
Mechanical-diversion techniques can ensure acid injection into the various intervals of naturally fractured reservoirs.
Testing of Distributed-Temperature Sensing in Flexible Risers and Flowlines
This paper presents results from full-scale testing of a flexible riser equipped with embedded sensors for distributed-temperature sensing (DTS).
Implementation Challenges: DTS Injection Profiles in the Belridge Field, California
The Diatomite reservoir in the Belridge field, California, has been under pressure-maintenance water injection to mitigate reservoir compaction and improve oil recovery.
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27 March 2020