Monitor mud gas at the rigsite|
We set up a Direct Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer (DQMS) at the drilling rig. We
analyze for compounds between amu2 and amu150 - covering Hydrogen all the way
out through the heavy hydrocarbons to C10H22. This usually gives 20 to 40
analytically useful data strings. The DQMS is fed gas sample that is collected
while drilling. The gas information is then :
Relayed by secure communications link
This feed goes back to our office and the gas info is processed for daily
reporting. The daily report is in the form of a strip log of some of the curve
data, and this is annotated with information to detail where rig operations
might affect the gas data.
Online realtime monitor software.
Our data is available 24 hours/day using secure client log in. The data
may also be fed in to the rig data system for use by onsite personnel to monitor
gas. We use this monitor feature internally to maintain the high quality control our
service requires. Every well is monitored by our QC team day and night, 365 days
Final report at TD.
Upon completion of a job we then process the data according to the
instructions from our customers. We will do as much or as little as the client
would prefer, and the data is available in "final" form immediately at TD for
the curve data, and in 2 to 7 days (depending upon complexity) for the additional
New in 2017! Mud Log Partnership
We can work with your mudlogger /surface data / geosteering team to offer exciting synergy. We
can process the data and deliver reports useful to geology and engineering efforts to help in formation evaluation at much higher frequency and often at lower cost by working with mudlog companies. Have your loggers call us today!