Connect with us at the SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference and Exhibition on 1–3 February 2022 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center in The Woodlands, TX, USA.

We will be showcasing our distributed fiber optic monitoring solutions that provide reliable hydraulic fracture diagnostics enabling operators to improve their stimulation and completion designs in real-time to maximise efficiency and improve ultimate recovery.  Silixa is changing the game pioneering what is possible using Raman, Rayleigh and Brillouin sensing technology.

Our ArrayFrac™ service, utilizing a permanently deployed fiber optic cable installed external to the completions string measures fluid distribution during frac treatment providing cluster efficiency and mechanical isolation information, we can calibrate these flow algorithms to account for changes in prop concentration or changes in acoustic energy related to leaky plugs and hole size viability resulting in better uniformity analysis.  ArrayFrac also provides insight into cement isolation effectiveness and near-wellbore longitudinal fracture creation.

Our Carina® XwellXpress, utilizing the engineered Constellation™ fiber deployed in an offset well, can measure and characterize frac driven interactions in the far-field.  Identifying fracture creation with low-frequency strain data provides information about fracture opening and closure, frac azimuth, frac velocity, frac-hit intensity, frac-hit distribution and frachit corridor (FCH) analysis to understand fracture uniformity versus well spacing.

Utilizing both ArrayFrac and Carina® XwellXpress offers operators powerful solutions for optimizing new well completions and mitigating risk for re-fracs and in-fill drilling programs. Adding the Carina® 100XLog post frac provides production inflow analysis to better understand cluster efficiencies and frac effectives including information on fluid régime and behavior over time.

Visit us at our booth N 208, or to book an appointment please CONTACT US

Related Links:

SPE HFTC 2022

Hydraulic Fracturing Diagnostics Utilizing Near and Far-Field Distributed Acoustic Sensing DAS Data Correspondences ( SPE-204205-MS)

Hydraulic frac-hit corridor (FHC) monitoring and analysis with high-resolution distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) and far-field strain (FFS) measurements (First Break, June 2020)

Optimizing Completion Designs for the East Texas Haynesville Utilizing Production Flow Allocations From Lower-Cost Fiber Optic Sensing DAS/DTS Systems ( URTEC-2021–5512-MS)