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PIT performs Low and Medium Risk D13 Inspections for client’s suspended wells. This AER required annual test helps reduce client risk, while protecting the environment. Photos and reports included, equipment documented, well pressures, chain and lock wellhead, signage repair and minor stain clean up included.
Allows Frac Van staff and engineers across the globe or in office towers to see what is happening to nearby wells as they pump. A growing service for PIT as regulation and concern around Fracking grows. Offset well monitoring service during frac simulations. Equipment used is the Calscan gauges with “Real Time” communication (similar to PSAT technology) allowing Frac Van staff and engineers across the globe or in offices to see what is happening to nearby wells as they pump. PIT uses a precision low power data recorder with integrated sensors used to measure and log pressure and temperature.
Gas Migration Tests are conducted to determine if the well has a gas migration problem. For the purpose of this test, gas migration can be defined as the movement of methane or other gases from a subsurface zone to surface through a barrier that should prevent it’s movement, whether this barrier is natural (overburden, shale) or artificial (cement sheath, external casing packed, pipe joints, plug, etc.).
Intelligent Monitoring Equipment for Leak Detection and Analysis. This turn key system provides a user friendly interface, fully compatible with automatic call-out systems and can be accessed remotely by any computer. The IMELDA system allows you to detect leaks quickly and accurately which reduces cleanup costs and environmental impact.
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).