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New acoustic listening platform equipped with full-spectrum sensors

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Acoustic technology has been used in the oil and gas industry to detect leaks and evaluate cement bonding for years. However, the sensitivity of these technologies has been limited, so low-energy leaks weren’t always detected. At the 2018 SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing and Well Intervention Conference, Archer launched the VIVID acoustic listening platform, equipped with sensitive, full-spectrum acoustic sensors. In this video from the conference on 27 March, Peter Kleinbichler, Wireline Vice President of Sales and Marketing, discusses how the platform’s sensors enable it to detect a broad range of frequencies. This ability, he explains, allows the VIVID platform to not only verify the presence of cement but also detect the quality of the cement job. Further, he describes the testing performed on the platform at the International Research Institute at Stavanger.

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