Smart eXcitations (SmartX): well testing by sinusoidal stimulation. English video

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SmartX is a new way to test oil and gas wells that is faster than current technologies and can be conducted simultaneously on several wells. Furthermore, it can be used with existing wells without any specific preparation and with no significant production loss. SmartX is able to produce estimates much faster than conventional testing. For example it does not test all the frequencies necessary to reproduce a build-up test, but only the faster ones. This is particularly relevant for parameter estimation in short- and medium- term optimisation.

For more information see http://www.iocenter.no/ongoing-activities/smart-excitations-smartx-well-testing-sinusoidal-stimulation

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