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A regular slickline device and pressure control equipment are used to deploy a digital slickline, which has an inherent coating for digital two-way communication. Sensors in the downhole digital cartridge track internal temperature, detect shock, and measure cable strain. The exploration and production business has long employed slickline-conveyance services, and most of the technology, procedures, and capabilities are still in use today. Slickline’s business continues to be mechanical services.
The line itself and the mechanical tools deployed are evolved advances arising from advancements in metallurgical engineering, together with advancements in pressure-control and winch technology utilised to deploy the tools and services safely in live wells. Electronics-based devices such as gauges, firing heads, bottomhole fluid samplers, production-logging and calliper tools, as well as hydraulic tools, will eventually be used in the oilfield as battery-powered electronics in downhole tools.
The Global digital slickline system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Schlumberger Declares the Beginning of LIVE Digital Slickline Services (USA). Slickline cables that enable two-way digital communication are at the heart of them. LIVE technology makes it possible to measure and send tool and well information to the surface in real time when used in conjunction with a broad range of purpose-built downhole modules.
A number of specifically designed downhole tools have been created in tandem with LIVE slickline, with all data being instantly accessible at the surface. Measurements for fundamental tools include head tension, movement, shock, and deviation. Additional gamma ray and casing collar measurements (CCL) provide for precise depth correlation in respect to reservoir or completion architecture.
Temperature and pressure measurements in boreholes are a possibility as well. Any slickline jarring and fishing operation can be more precise with a surface-controlled interactive jar and tool release system. Additional tools have been created, utilising telemetry functionality and control capabilities, to complete the digital slickline platform. These enable the safe and effective execution of electro-hydraulic explosive-free tool setting, surface-activated perforation control, and full production logging.
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