The Multi-Barrier Corrosion Logging tool is a new-generation tool that allows to evaluate technical condition of the tubing and 3 casing strings (or 4 casing strings without tubing) simultaneously. The tool has fast response coils that generate electro-magnetic pulses. The speed of decay of these pulses is directly correlated to the pipe thickness and with the use of post-processing, individual pipe thickness responses are determined.
The MFC is available in a range of diameters to suit varying casing/tubing sizes. The number of fingers increases as the diameter of the tool does, to maintain maximum surface coverage, the tools can be run in combination with other Well Integrity instruments and Production Logging tools. A continuous measurement of the pipeâ€™s surface condition is made as the tool is logged up to identify:
The tool has an inclinometer to indicate the finger positions relative to high side of the pipe, so that features can be oriented correctly during data processing.
MFC data can be used to generate 3D images of pipe condition using specially designed visualization Well Integrity software.
The Ultrasonic Imaging Tool (USI-V) provides a wealth of information about your well in both open and cased holes. In open hole, the USI-V provides complete borehole imaging for accurate, precise formation evaluation. In cased hole, ultrasonic pipe inspection and cement evaluation can now be obtained simultaneously. Operating over a wide range of downhole environments, the USI-V offers a full 360Â° profile of the borehole that can be presented in a variety of two and three-dimensional formats. Powerful, yet user-friendly imaging analysis software is available to process images, histograms, and curve type data from this advanced logging device.
Effective hydraulic isolation from water-bearing formations is crucial to maximizing the productivity of hydrocarbon-bearing reservoirs and to ensure well integrity. The Radial Bond Tool (RBT) for Cement Evaluation facilitates a detailed, qualitative analysis of the zonal isolation achieved by cementing services to help prevent poor cementing and the risk of unwanted fluid transfers between zones.