Wells Whisper experts in an Echometer Tool which injects sound waves downhole with the use of a nitrogen or CO2 gun under pressure shot or release, once the microphone
recorder is ready to accept signals. This tool is also used in downhole evaluations. It will show customers fluid
levels to help optimize production of pumping units and potentially find holes in tubing and casing. The Echometer is also an excellent tool when it comes to evaluating and optimizing plunger lift wells.
Now with the 5K implosion gun too!!!
Wells Whisper has 2 methods of Dynamometer testing.
The polished rod
transducer (PRT) is designed for safe
and permits the operator
to obtain surface dyno cards, pump
cards and standing and traveling valve tests.
The PRT uses the rod weight
and production numbers entered into the system to determine
the load and fluid gradient of the tbg. The Polished Rod transducer houses a small
accelerometer for determination of position. Acquiring and processing acceleration data
is a more convenient and reliable technique for determining polished rod position
than utilizing the troublesome, string-type potentiometer.
For more in depth testing, the 30K horse shoe load cell measures true weight and this
is the dyno method needed for the best diagnostics. This procedure involves stacking
off the rods, for safety reasons a job not allowed to be done by Wells Whisper unless
we have another person with us, either a pumper or we can bring a person with
us. All dynamometer load cell includes a built-in accelerometer from which
the software determines velocity and position of the polished rod. The TWM program
uses the Wave Equation model to convert the polished rod load and position into the
corresponding Pump Dynamometer in order to provide an accurate diagnostic of the
operation of the pump,the net pump displacement and the pump intake pressure.
Rod String must be pulled straight up with proper alignment of Pumping unit.
Using the Well Analyzer to acquire acoustic and pressure signals from a gas gun attached to the tubing, plus pressure data from an additional pressure transducer attached to the casing can optimize the performance of a plunger lift installation. At any point in time during the Plunger Lift's operation cycle, both the position and velocity of the plunger can be accurately determined using this equipment. Monitoring the tubing and casing pressures allows the calculation of gas and liquid flow rates into and out of the casing and tubing, and also the varying flow rates as a function of pressure from the reservoir. Plunger trace measurements help to ensure that the plunger will reach the bottom of the tubing by the end of the shut-in time period so that all of the liquid in the tubing can be lifted to surface during the plunger unloading cycle. By accurately measuring the plunger fall velocity, the proper shut-in time for the plunger lift installation can be determined. Setting the well to have the shortest possible shut-in time period to allow the plunger to fall to bottom will maximize oil and gas production from plunger lift installations.
We are excited to let you know Well Whisper has also added some wireline rigs to its arsenal of tools to help gather data, evaluate and optimize production.
Wells Whisper has slickline
equipment now available Fl and TD work along with any light duty wireline work. These duties would include but not limited to gauge rings, gyro’s, broaches, fish plungers, set plugs, drive down samples bailers, shifting sleeves, cutting paraffin and light duty setting and retrieving tubing tools. Wells Whisper is also able to gather bottom hole pressure and temperature surveys using digital or Amerada Pressure instruments.
We are the service company here in the Rockies with WellTracer. A low cost method to quickly and reliably determine lift gas entry point(s) without well intervention. Detecting the presence of multiple lift points. Identify depth of operation valve(s). Detect injection gas leaks into production tubing.
Check out http://www.welltracer.com/ for more details.