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WellDog and Silixa launch fibre-based distributed temperature sensing product

29th September 2015

Cost-effective, reliable, fit-for-purpose system provides real-time data with remote monitoring

WellDog launched its new fibre optic-based Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS)
WellDog launched its new fibre optic-based Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS)

At SPE’s Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, WellDog launched its new fibre optic-based Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) installations and services offering as part of its WatchDog business unit, which encompasses a comprehensive range of electrical and fiber optic solutions that monitor fracture/stimulations, production and reservoir conditions in real-time.

The product stems from a newly formed partnership with Silixa, an industry leader in distributed sensing solutions. Silixa’s distributed fiber optic systems, in conjunction with WellDog’s existing downhole technologies and long established service record, will provide high-quality, reliable monitoring solutions in oil and gas wells around the world.

“This partnership is a remarkably good fit,” said John Pope, Ph.D., President and CEO of WellDog.  “Pairing Silixa’s cutting-edge technology with our robust technology platform and fit-for-purpose system is an ideal match, providing our customers with reliable and cost-effective permanent well monitoring capabilities.”

Distributed sensing provides a greater understanding of the unconventional reservoir and its production performance. WatchDog provides a suite of fiber optic based permanent and semi-permanent monitoring systems. These systems combine the expertise of WellDog’s system design, installation and support services with Silixa’s distributed fiber optic sensing technology and expertise to ensure safe and reliable permanent downhole monitoring.

Mahmoud Farhadiroushan, Silixa’s CEO said:  “The collaboration with WellDog will accelerate and further extend the use of Silixa’s distributed fibre optic sensors. Together with WellDog’s existing downhole sensors, we will be able to offer a wider range of cost-effective and reliable monitoring services to clients.”





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