Exclusive Video: Schlumberger launches high-def imaging-while-drilling service

Posted on 07 October 2013

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Schlumberger launched the new MicroScope HD high-definition imaging-while-drilling service at the 2013 ATCE in New Orleans, La. The service provides logging-while-drilling imaging for reservoir description to optimize completions and make certain decisions based on the perforations. It has been used in 45 wells to date. Watch this exclusive video with Gokhan Yarim, VP marketing and technique at Schlumberger, to learn more.

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