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ICoTA audience to examine ‘back to the future’ technology


Published May 16, 2014
Kelly Murray

The Intervention & Coiled Tubing Association’s European Chapter (ICoTA) will examine the role of wireless communication technology and its benefits in well intervention at its next lunch and learn session on 20th May.

The presentation, which will be delivered by oilfield services giant Weatherford, will focus on the development of RFID (radio frequency identification) technology enabling seamless communication with a vast array of tools including under-reamers, barrier and isolation valves, circulation and stimulation sleeves.

ICoTA chair Kelly Murray said: “The use of RFID technology can be traced back to the 1940s, yet it is now playing an impressive role in the oil and gas industry following recent inventive development and application. This presentation will provide a fantastic insight into the current developments being made and the potential benefits it may have in next generation products and services.

Tags: Intervention & Coiled Tubing Association (ICoTA)




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