Presentation on theme: "Sky Eye Measurement was established in 2005 with 14+ mobile units, we supply temporary oil and gas flow measurement. Our instrumentation and measurement."— Presentation transcript:
Sky Eye Measurement was established in 2005 with 14+ mobile units, we supply temporary oil and gas flow measurement. Our instrumentation and measurement background has allowed us to focus on the installation and accuracy of todays measurement standards. We offer fully portable well site SCADA units for optimization, troubleshooting and monitoring. With the help of UMS we are able to monitor oil & gas production quickly & compare measurement issues effectively.
Why we started - We recognized the need for a portable gas well optimization tool that was supported to deliver results. How we started – We teamed up with UMS for a flexible internet based host, to capture your field data. Continuing to face todays challenges – We moved into well test verification and oil well optimization.
Chart verification on plunger wells Plunger/timer setup and control 3rd party wells - monitoring/trouble shooting tool Remote access wells Metering differences and errors Shut in reactivations / end of life gas wells Gas lift wells
Gas well on plunger lift with chart recorder and stand alone plunger control box Company requesting SCADA data to check and optimize the plunger control box Found that when the well kicked on with the EFM the differential spiked up to <200 for between 10 – 15 min 7 times per day For over 1 hour a day they missed half of their best production with the chart recorder Before we even looked at optimizing the plunger the well was optimized with EFM measurement Company installed SCADA
3 rd party well with plunger lift and dry flow chart recorder flowing to a Gas Plant in a SCADA automated field Company was requesting accuracy verification of the chart with a plunger well We did a 1 month test with the portable EFM/SCADA Company found a difference of 6.1 e3m3 over a 20 day comparison with chart readings the daily difference was ~10.3% higher on the chart as compared to the EFM this equated to a difference of $35,259.00 over a one year period Company now proceeding with installation of EFM/SCADA
Gas well flowing with Dry Flow chart recorder Company requested SCADA package to optimize and troubleshoot well loading Provided them with this tool so they could monitor their well and make necessary adjustments for stop flowing the well on critical flow casing rise etc. With the use of tubing/casing pressures, timer control and remote monitoring access through UMS they increased their production by ~ 6 e3m3/d or ~$1896/day The Sky Eye Unit is still on the well optimizing, this builds a great business case for the economics to install their own EFM/SCADA
Proration problems Proving oil well cuts Oil well testing 3 phase test data on 2 phase separators
Oil well satellite with dry flow chart, turbine and proportional sampler Company requested SCADA with water cut analyzer for proving oil well cut and test data Verification with continuous portable analyzer proved the sampler was reading correct data 100% water even though well head cuts showed oil Trouble shooting discovered the test header valves were passing Company repaired the valves and testing came back inline
Oil well satellites with dry flows, turbines and samplers Company having proration issues requested 3 phase portable separators we supplied them with the portable testing SCADA on their existing 2 phase separators with water cut analyzers for ¼ the costs Tested all their satellites and corresponding wells the company found 8 wells uneconomical to produce, by shutting in these wells monthly savings on operating expenses equated to ~ $100,000/m
Oil well satellite with dry flow, turbine and sampler Company requested SCADA with water cut analyzer for cut and proration issues Company suspected wells were slugging low cut oil at undetermined intervals and the sampler was not representing this With the use of the portable SCADA and UMS trending, we could capture the slug and found that the oil was slugging in and the gas spiked at the same exact time the well would unload oil the difference from previous test ~ 8.94 m3 oil or $4400 This testing is still ongoing to determine which wells are doing this and why? Great data for the Production and Reservoir Engineers
As the test cases show there are still many wells with measurement inaccuracies and production opportunities. With the use of portable SCADA the impact to their bottom line could potentially save or gain companies thousands of dollars. Internet hosting with UMS is a huge advantage to have real time data. Companies know their wells best, we provided them with the tools and analytical data for trouble shooting their measurement concerns.
For more information please visit our website www.skyeye.ca or www.caroncontrols.com