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Silixa presenting on subsurface digitalization enabled by distributed fiber optic sensing at the 82nd Annual EAGE Conference and Exhibition

Join our presentation on Subsurface Digitalization Enabled by Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing at the 82nd Annual EAGE Conference and Exhibition in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on 21st October 2021.

Garth Naldrett, Silixa’s Chief Product Officer, will be presenting on the latest developments in subsurface digitalization.

Distributed fiber optic sensing provides unparalleled insight to the subsurface through 3D and 4D seismic acquisition and, using the same system, measurement of zonal inflow or injection. The ability to couple deep reading geophysical and near wellbore petrophysical information in real time on onshore, platform or subsea wells is game changing. All enabled by rugged fibers, permanently installed, for the life of field.

To unlock the information from the large, asynchronous temperature, strain and acoustic data sets Silixa has developed a new processing platform, analyzing real time and historical data, and presenting it on a user-friendly intuitive interface according to the end user.  The ability to compress terabytes of measurements into meaningful data, fit for cloud-storage, gives operators immediate global insight into their reservoir and well performance. This enables them to optimize their processes and maximize production efficiency.

To learn more or to prearrange a meeting with Garth Naldrett please email