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Segregation Testing for 2 Zones Separated by a Packer

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This test is conducted to determine if there is communication between the two zones isolated by a packer. Based on a 24 hour test, this test includes a detailed report and associated fieldwork (fluid levels and casing/tubing pressures are recorded).
Additional charges will apply if:

  • PIT is required to supply a pressure tank
  • the duration of the test exceeds 24 hours (due to AER regulations)
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