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Monitoring Optimization Remotely & Efficiently. In today’s Oil and Gas Marketplace Efficiency in operation, Optimization, and Safety have never been more important. With the reductions in commodity prices, time, and staff, are you able to get the information you need from your assets and make decisions to maximize your potential from your wells?
PIT is proud to offer training services for producers who are interested in continuing their education, awareness, and safe operation of optimization products and services. Training can be generic or very specific depending on your level of operations experience and understanding of well optimization. PIT will also look specifically at your operations, and equipment, and then tailor a training session to your needs.
PIT feels that the value of regular inspections and effective operations in your well optimization is more important now than it may have ever been. PIT offers both standard and full inspections on wells. Standard Inspections should be performed at a minimum rate of every 6 months on SWEET Gas locations; for SOUR Gas locations PIT recommends starting with a quarterly location and then move to semi-annual if possible. Full Inspections should be performed at a minimum rate of every 12 months on SWEET Gas locations or Threaded Lubricators; for SOUR Gas locations or Flanged Lubricators PIT recommends starting with yearly inspections and then move to every two or more as required by historical data. Sour Wells • PIT recommends starting Standard Inspections quarterly and then moving to semi-annually if possible • PIT recommends starting Full Inspections yearly and then moving to every two or more as required by historical data
A service offered by PIT to help ensure that the best decisions are made when optimizing a well; closely analyzes the different options of plunger lift systems, different sizes of flow tube, etc. for your application. Evaluations allow us to examine the well and ensure all proper optimization solutions are considered and analyzed. Reports can also identify where to land down hole equipment.