Exclusive video: Downhole reservoir testing system fit for temperatures up to 410˚F

Posted on 10 April 2013

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Rasik Bahadur, vice president of subsurface testing services for Schlumberger, speaks with Drilling Contractor associate editor Katherine Scott about the Quartet-HT system, a high-performance downhole reservoir testing system for ultra-high temperature conditions. The company launched the system at the 2013 International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) in Beijing in late March.

For more information on the Quartet-HT system, click here.

Quartet-HT is a mark of Schlumberger.

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