Schlumberger’s latest development in pipe integrity monitoring will be the focus of a lunch and learn session organised by leading oil and gas industry body the Intervention & Coiled Tubing Association (ICoTA) European Chapter in Aberdeen on Tuesday, June 21.
Pablo Fernando Estrada, wireline well integrity domain champion at Schlumberger, will discuss the benefits of the company’s ultrasonic imager, which provides enhanced zonal isolation and pipe integrity monitoring through cement evaluation.
The isolation scanner cement evaluation service combines classic pulse-echo technology with a new ultrasonic technique to evaluate any type of cement, from traditional slurries and heavy cements to the latest lightweight cements.
The event, which will be held at The Marcliffe at Pitfodels Hotel will run from 11.45am to 1.45pm. It is the latest in a series of events being held by ICoTA Europe this year, leading up to the organisation’s 17th European Well Intervention Roundtable in November.
ICoTA Europe chairman Rob Grassick said: “This is an interesting piece of technology used to enhance zonal isolation and pipe integrity monitoring. We expect to see a healthy turnout of members and non members to discuss this topic, but I would encourage anyone interested in hearing more to come along.
“Our events not only stimulate good debate, they are also a great way to network with some of the leading figures in the European intervention and coiled tubing industry.”