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Hydraulic Fracture Diagnostics

Hydraulic Fracture Diganostics

Tracerco provides chemical tracer technology to determine flow pathways in unconventional oil and gas reservoirs. The technology can identify the contribution of oil, gas, and water from each stage and provide an insight into drainage area coverage for an extended time period.

A Tracer Production Log™ (TPL) provides subsurface intelligence through surface sampling with no well intervention allowing you to optimise on-going field development plans at minimal cost. To date we have monitored thousands of wells around the world, providing critical flow data to allow our customers to maximise production.

Examples of how this technology has been used to reduce lift costs during field development are provided in the blog: Five steps to cutting reservoir stimulation costs by 20%.



Through our global network, we offer local reservoir tracer project management to meet your reservoir flow measurement needs wherever you are in the world.

To learn more about how a Tracer Production Log™ (TPL) can optimise production and save you money, please fill out anenquiry form.

Webcast on Tying Frac Tracer, Stimulation and Geophysical Data Together

Optimise Drilling Costs

Optimise Drilling Costs

There are many factors to take into account when drilling in unconventional fields to ensure effective well design.

Stage Production Logging by Surface Sampling

Stage Production Logging by Surface Sampling

A Tracer Production Log (TPL) simultaneously measures oil, gas and water production from each stage through surface sampling and no well intervention, providing repeatable measurements over an extended period of time.

Verify Flow Through Plugs & Sliding Sleeves

Verify Flow Through Plugs & Sliding Sleeves

We apply tracers into specific wellbore locations. By detecting them in surface samples we can determine if all plugs have released after a well is placed on production.

 
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