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Eliminate the Need for a Costly PLT - Obtain Long Term Insight into Well Performance with a Tracer Production LogTM


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12 Dec 2017

Hosted by our media partners World Oil and presented by Justin Tippit - Tracerco's Reservoir Business Development Manager, our free webcast provides you with an opportunity to learn how a Tracer Production Log™ (TPL) can allow you to gain critical flow data from your wells over several years, without the need to use costly wired systems or undertake well logging using a PLT.  

Sign up today and take an hour out of your day on Tuesday 12th December to watch our webcast illustrate how chemical tracer technology can:

1. Be utilized to increase reservoir production and reduce costs by optimizing development plans. 
2. Measure which part of your well is contributing to oil or water flow - with no costly intervention - by being part of your reservoir surveillance toolkit.
3. Build a long-term and continuous picture of your wells production performance - allowing you to know more, whilst spending less.



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12 Dec 2017

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