Over the past 30 years, we have seen fibre optic sensing (FOS) progress from distributed temperature sensing (DTS) in the 1990s, to inclusion of optical-based pressure gauges, seismic accelerometers, flowmeters, and other various point sensors in the 2000s, to the introduction of distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) in the 2010s.
Topics for Discussion
All aspects of Fiber-Optic Sensing in the oilfield, from initial development optimisation through life-of-field operations and abandonment
Fiber-Optic sensing application case studies demonstrating value of sensing, either alone or synergistically with other monitoring technologies
Advancements in sensing technology, deployment and interpretation methodologies that will stimulate additional or higher-valued use of optical sensing
Training Course: Fiber-Optic Sensing: Introduction to the Technology and In-Well Sensing Applications
21 Feb 2023 | The Hague, The Netherlands
Completions | Drilling | Production and Operations | Reservoir
This course introduces engineers and geoscientists to fiber-optic sensing technology that is used for well and reservoir diagnostics and surveillance. It provides in-depth technology awareness, including underlying theories of operation and breadth of well and reservoir applications, what it takes to deploy these sensing systems in a well, and the basic tools to determine whether fiber-optic sensing has the potential to address key well and reservoir uncertainties.
Instructor: Dr. Dennis Dria
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