***CANCELLED*** Echometer Equipment & Fundamentals of Well Analysis
Start Date/Time: Wednesday, June 17, 2020
End Date/Time: Thursday, June 18, 2020
Recurring Event: One time event
Importance: Normal Priority
Echometer Equipment and Fundamentals of Well Analy
Location: Odessa, TX

Objective: Use of Echometer Wired Well Analyzer and Echometer Wireless Equipment with TWM and TAM software to obtain fluid level and dynamometer measurements for troubleshooting producing wells.

Who should attend: Field technicians, pumpers, production operators, tech supervisors currently involved in well troubleshooting.

Echometer Company offers two-day seminars on the topics listed below. The seminars are offered free of charge.

Day One: 

  • Basics of fluid level acquisition and obtaining quality data for analysis with Echometer Well Analyzer, Echometer Wireless Equipment
  • Three methods of fluid level analysis (Automatic Collar Count, Acoustic Velocity, Downhole Marker)
  • Gaseous liquid columns
  • Calculation of bottomhole pressures from casing pressure and acoustic liquid level depth measurements.
  • The effects of static and producing bottomhole pressures on well production.
  • Problem wells and common production methods are discussed.
  • Downhole Gas Separators
  • Motor Power/Current analysis

Day Two:

  • Basics of Dynamometer measurements using a Polished Rod Transducer or Horseshoe Load Cell.
  • Dynamometer data acquisition and analysis.
  • Using fluid level and dynamometer data to troubleshoot wells.
  • QRod
  • Model M Strip Chart Recorder (if requested)
  • Pressure Transient Testing (if requested)
  • Plunger Tracking (if requested)
  • Model H Instrument (if requested)

Both the analog and digital Echometers are discussed.  The computerized Echometer Well Analyzer and the Wireless Equipment are superior digital instruments which give a complete well analysis. The analog Model M is a strip chart acoustic instrument that is reliable and simple to operate.

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