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Schlumberger slickline service wins coiled tubing innovation award

Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Intervention and Coiled Tubing Association (ICoTA) has presented its 2011 'Innovation Award' to Schlumberger, for its LIVE Digital Slickline Service.


The service has a range of sensors which can be lowered into a well by slickline cable, communicating data up to the service.

They can gather tool and well information such as head tension, tool deviation and shock, gamma ray, pressure and temperature, and casing collar locator (CCL).

Over 500 field operations have been performed in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. The system has been used in borehole temperatures up to 275 F (135 degrees C), pressures up to 8,000 psi and depths of 16,000 feet.

The award was presented at an event in Aberdeen in November 2011, to Schlumberger Slickline's global perforating and remedial services domain champion, Matthew Billingham.



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