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Product Description

This test utilizes PIT’s proprietary equipment (FL1/FL2) to measure fluid levels and pressures simultaneously to determine the Fluid Gradient of the liquid found above the pump or perforations.

This test answers the questions:

  • Is that foam or fluid over the pump?
  • How much more production is possible?

Results provide an accurate producing bottom hole pressure (PBHP).  The PBHP and the current well production rate and the reservoir’s current pressure all together can be used to quickly determine uplift potential in a well.

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