Sensornet and FloQuest team, DTS tracks steam injection

‘World’s first’ deployment of distributed temperature sensor and tubing-conveyed perforator.

Distributed temperature sensor (DTS) specialist Sensornnet has teamed with UK based FloQuest for the provision of data interpretation services to its portfolio of monitoring solutions. The license agreement means that Sensornet will provide design installation and commissioning services, with FloQuest providing data monitoring and interpretation.


Sensornet CEO Neale Carter said, ‘FloQuest’s focus on inflow performance and its understanding of data handling and interpretation will offer Sensornet clients a best in class value extraction technology.’ Sensornet has also just published a case study of a well integrity monitoring for a high temperature well in the Middle East. The fiber optic DTS was deployed in conjunction with a tubing-conveyed perforating (TCP) gun, believed to be a world’s first. The TCP/DTS combo was used to optimize a steam injection program by monitoring steam breakthrough from adjacent injection wells from a continuous temperature profile of the complete well.

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