Leakator locates leaks and monitors downhole flow for well integrity.
The tool, for which patents are pending, has “run-by-yourself” capability. An existing crew can operate Leakator without need for further staff. It’s easy to maintain with no moving parts.
Only O-rings and detachable batteries need to be replaced during servicing. And, with small AA batteries, you needn’t comply with dangerous goods legislation during transportation.
As a modular memory instrument Leakator uses multiple sensor arrays. Synchronized data from the sensors are merged and plotted against depth to highlight local variations in a well. This provides leak indication. Optional sensor modules enable additional data to be monitored including differential temperature, flow, and flow direction.
The sensors are physically distributed and have a balanced output. This allows extreme sensitivity to very small local temperature and flow anomalies.
Leakator’s maker notes its product as “a must have technology for oil and gas operators looking for improved well monitoring . . its ability to protect well integrity.”
Omega Well Monitoring
Unit 45-46, Howe Moss Avenue
Kirkhill Industrial Estate, Aberdeen AB21 0GP Scotland
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