Exclusive video: New composite wireline cable contains seven-conductor electrical core

Posted on 15 May 2013

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Serko Sarian, telemetry and conveyance portfolio manager for Schlumberger, talks with Drilling Contractor associate editor Katherine Scott about the company’s TuffLINE composite wireline cable on the exhibit floor at the 2013 OTC on 6 May in Houston. Developed over five years at the Schlumberger Houston Conveyance and Surface Equipment Center, the cable consists of a seven-conductor electrical core protected by two opposite wound steel armors and engineers out high-tension conveyance limitations.

 

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