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Silixa is a privately-owned specialist service company trusted by operators throughout the global oil and gas, mining, and environmental monitoring sectors. Utilising the team's deeply embedded sector-specific technical expertise, the company manufactures the world's best-performing distributed acoustic and temperature sensors: Carina® Sensing System, iDAS, ULTIMA DTS, and XT-DTS. The company continues to invest extensively in R&D around these technologies.

Silixa Latest News

Silixa recognised for lighting the way in fibre-powered data solutions
Silixa Ltd., a driving force in fibre-powered data solutions, has won the Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2021 for the commercialisation of its ground-breaking Carina Sensing System.
29 Apr 2021

Silixa launches fibre-optic sensing-based monitoring solution for CCS
Silixa has announced the launch of Carina CarbonSecure, its distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) based solution for continuous or on-demand monitoring of all stages of carbon capture and storage (CCS) operations.
03 Dec 2020

Silixa delivers 96% year-on-year growth
Silixa, the specialist service company delivering distributed fibre optic monitoring solutions for the world's most demanding data acquisition challenges, has announced 2019 as a breakthrough year for the firm's financial and strategic performance.
30 Oct 2020

Silixa's innovative solutions win 2020 World Oil awards
On October 15, 2020, at the 2020 World Oil Awards, Silixa garnered significant industry recognition by winning the prestigious World Oil award in two categories: in the category of Best Deep Water Technology and New Horizons Idea.
21 Oct 2020

Silixa - what you can do with more sensitive well fibre optics
A distributed fiber optic sensing company Silixa has been exploring what you can do with more sensitive fibre optic cables in wells - including using them to track fluid flow, detect strain in wells, and monitor fracs.
16 May 2019

Silixa Limited announces the launch of Carina XwellXpress
Silixa Ltd announces the launch of Carina XwellXpress, the crosswell low frequency strain and microseismic monitoring service that accurately locates microseismic and strain events in real-time through wireline intervention, allowing operators to improve stimulation and completion designs to maximise recovery.
15 Feb 2019

Mick Longton (RIP)
Mick Longton, commercial director of fibre optic distributed sensing company Silixa, passed away on October 22, 2017.
02 Nov 2017

Silixa Ltd appoints Alison Goligher as Executive Chair
Silixa Ltd has announced the appointment of Alison Goligher OBE as Executive Chair with effect from 1 August 2017.
03 Feb 2017

Silixa announces the Carina Sensing System
Carina is a versatile fibre optic sensing system and comprises an advanced optoelectronics interrogator and sensing cables, which are equipped with the new family of engineered Constellation fibres; to gain two orders of magnitude more sensitivity (100x or 20dB improvement) over that achieved with standard fibres.
10 Jun 2016

Silixa partnership with WellDog for fibre optic installation work
Well fibre optic company Silixa has entered into strategic partnership with WellDog covering fibre optic installation work in North America and Australia
16 Sep 2015

Silixa's Ruggedized XT-DTS
Silixa Ltd announced the release of the XT-DTS, a high performance, ruggedized distributed temperature sensor. Designed for remote and hostile environments, the unit collects extremely fine resolution data over a class-leading operating temperature range of -40°C to +65°C.
24 Apr 2014

Silixa's technology for the harsh and remote environments
Silixa Ltd announces the release of the XT-DTS, the highest performance, ruggedized distributed temperature sensor currently on the market. Designed for remote and hostile environments, the unit collects extremely fine resolution data over a class-leading operating temperature range of -40°C to +65°C.
17 Apr 2014


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