MWD/LWD Telemetry Services

Formation evaluation and drilling dynamics data can help you efficiently drill a well and hit the target reservoir. Telemetry services transmit downhole data from MWD/LWD tools to the surface to provide you with drilling and reservoir insight at any point of your operation. Sperry Drilling offers a suite of mud pulse, electromagnetic, and wired drillpipe telemetry services, engineered to help you make informed decisions along the well plan, to reduce your well time and maximize your production. 

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JetPulse® High-Speed Telemetry Service

JetPulse® High-Speed Telemetry Service

Provides high-data rate transmission of real-time drilling and formation evaluation measurements, enabling faster, earlier decisions to maximize reservoir contact and drilling efficiency.
Electromagnetic Telemetry (EMT) System
EMT system allows data transmission without a continuous fluid column, providing an alternative to negative and positive pulse systems.
IXO Interface
The IXO Interface from Sperry Drilling services provides two-way communication between downhole LWD sensors and the surface at speeds up to 10,000X faster than current mud pulse telemetry rates. The IXO Interface is the link that connects the Sperry LWD system to NOV's IntelliServ® Network.
Mud-Pulse Telemetry Services
The mud pulse systems use valves to modulate the flow of drilling fluid in the bore of the drillstring, generating pressure pulses that propagate up the column of fluid inside the drillstring and then are detected by pressure transducers at the surface.

M/LWD Telemetry Systems

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Summary Summary Canada: Accurate Geosteering Helps to Precisely Position a Wellbore in a Cyclic Steam Application for Optimized Oil Recovery Sign in required
Geosteer a horizontal well for precise wellbore placement in the heavy oil reservoir, 2 meters (6.6 feet) above a lower shale boundary.
Summary Summary USA, Haynesville Shale: Sperry Successfully Completes Mud Pulse System Surveys from Remote Operations Center Sign in required
The operator of a gas well in the Haynesville Shale wanted to acquire real-time well surveys with positive pulse mud telemetry without having measurement-while-drilling (MWD) personnel situated at the rig site.
Summary Summary Wyoming:Electromagnetic telemetry (EMT) system successfully helped customer reach TD in a single run in high-lost-circulation formation Sign in required
An operator in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming sought to drill an unconventional extended-reach horizontal well to a TD of 20,600 ft (6,279 m) at 11,200 ft (3,414 m) true vertical depth (TVD) while maintaining a tight window of +/- 10 ft (3 m).
Summary Summary Canada, Alberta: Real-Time Geosteering Delivers Precise Horizontal Wellbore Placement in Heavy Oil Sands Sign in required
To capture maximum reserves in the Primrose field of northern Alberta, Canada, an operator had resorted to “tagging the shale” bottom to position horizontal wells as close as possible to the base of the reservoir. The result was often a drill bit stuck in the shale, and either poor wellbore placement and lost reserves, or having to pull back and re-drill the section.
Summary Summary Congo: First Use of Electromagnetic Telemetry in Offshore Environment Optimizes Drilling Operations and Saves Time Sign in required
An operator wanted to use an aphron-based mud system to help prevent fluid losses while drilling in a depleted, low-pressure reservoir. Acquiring data using conventional positive or negative mud pulse measurement-while-drilling (MWD) tools would have been difficult or impossible.
Summary Summary USA, Texas: Electromagnetic Telemetry Delivers Reliable Communications and Reduces Operational Time while Drilling on Air Sign in required
Barnett Shale: Drill an interval using an electromagnetic telemetry (EMT) service in a “dry” air drilling environment with an air hammer to reduce operational time.
Summary Summary Mexico: PEMEX geodirige el pozo de bajo balancecon tuberías de perforación “cableadas” de alta velocidad Sign in required
La compañía de petróleo propiedad del estado, PEMEX, recientemente finalizó la perforación del primer pozo en el mundo utilizando una nueva exitosa interfaz entre LWD, MWD y las herramientas del sistema de dirección giratoria (RSS) de Sperry Drilling Services y un único sistema de telemetría de tubería de perforación “cableada” de IntelliServ Inc., una división de Grant Prideco.
Summary Summary Venezuela: Petroindependencia Drills the Longest ERD Well While Staying 100 Percent in Target Zone Sign in required
Petroindependencia, a Petróleos de Venezuela S.A. (PDVSA) joint venture, operates in the Orinoco oil belt, where the target reservoirs are located in the Morichal member of the Oficina formation, which can be characterized as a shallow, unconsolidated formation.
Summary Summary Mexico: Sperry Drilling’s New Data Compression Software Facilitates Geosteering Within Thin Reservoir while Significantly Reducing Drilling Time Sign in required
In this shale gas well in the Eagle Ford play in Mexico, the primary objective was to drill a horizontal well with maximum lateral exposure within the 10 feet (3 meters) thick production zone. The challenge was to stay in the relatively thin shale pay zone while maintaining an aggressive rate of penetration.
Summary Summary Colorado, USA: Sperry’s Directional Drilling and Measurement-While-Drilling Services Key in Piceance Basin Tight Gas Development Project Sign in required
Sperry’s excellent drilling performance with minimal failures and reduced operational times has allowed the operator to achieve the best performance results in the Piceance Basin.
Summary Summary Canada: Accurate Geosteering Helps to Precisely Position a Wellbore in a Cyclic Steam Application for Optimized Oil Recovery Sign in required
Geosteer a horizontal well for precise wellbore placement in the heavy oil reservoir, 2 meters (6.6 feet) above a lower shale boundary.
Summary Summary Indonesia: EM Telemetry Service Facilitates Record Performance in Geothermal Drilling Campaign Sign in required
In numerous multi-well projects in Indonesia, several major operators were challenged with minimizing drilling time in geothermal wells where lost circulation and stuck pipe issues were expected.
Summary Summary USA, Devonian Shales, Appalachian Basin: Equitable Resources Reduces Drilling Costs by ~$100,000 Per Well Using Electromagnetic Telemetry Technology Sign in required
Equitable needed to drill multiple underbalanced wells in a field with soft formations imbedded with hard stringers.
Summary Summary Alaska, USA: Pioneer Natural Resources Uses Active Magnetic Ranging to Avoid Risk ofWellbore Collision Sign in required
The Oooguruk project, three miles off the coast of Alaska’s North Slope, is a six-acre island built by Pioneer Natural Resources Co. to enable drilling operations in the Arctic Ocean.
Summary Summary Azerbaijan: Operator Achieves Record-Breaking Telemetry Rates Despite Challenging Environment Sign in required
JetPulse™ high-data-rate (HDR) telemetry enables operator to anticipate and react to potential problems before significant nonproductive time (NPT) can occur
Summary Summary India: EM Telemetry Enables Successful Foam Drilling in Remote Coal Bed Methane Wells Sign in required
In the remote area of West Bengal in eastern India, an operator was experiencing severe mud losses and hole instability problems typical to CBM drilling. They sought to alleviate these problems by drilling with air/foam instead of mud, challenging Sperry Drilling services to provide a solution to the wellbore integrity challenges.
Summary Summary Mexico: PEMEX Geosteers Underbalanced Well Using "Wired" Drillpipe Sign in required
PEMEX recently finished drilling the first well in the world using a successful new interface between LWD, MWD and rotary steerable system (RSS) tools and a unique “wired” drillpipe telemetry system.
Summary Summary Canada, British Colombia: Mercury™ Electromagnetic Telemetry System Helps Save Time in Delivery of Extended Reach Shale Gas Well Sign in required
An operator working in the Horn River Basin, the largest shale gas field in Canada, was drilling an extended reach well with high downhole temperatures expected. The Horn River Basin is a very remote area where drilling costs are high, compelling the operator to look for an optimized drilling solution to reduce the days spent to deliver a well in this harsh environment.
Summary Summary JetPulse® High-Speed Telemetry Service Datasheet
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Summary Summary JetPack 3D™ Downhole Data Management Service
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Summary Summary E&P Magazine - 2018 Offshore Technology Yearbook
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Summary Summary Geo-Span® Downlink Service
Communicate with downhole tools without impacting drilling
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Summary Summary Oilfield Technology: Increasing Drilling Efficiency with Telemetry
Paul Cooper, PhD, Halliburton, USA, shows how high-speed telemetry can help increase drilling efficiency.
Summary Summary Increasing Drilling Efficiency with Telemetry
Paul Cooper, PhD, Halliburton, USA, shows how high-speed telemetry can help increase drilling efficiency.
Summary Summary SPECTRUM Real-time Coiled Tubing Services
SPECTRUM Real-time Coiled Tubing Services provides a real-time approach to help maximize well-production performance and the success rates of intervention.
Summary Summary Electromagnetic Telemetry (EMT) System
EMT system allows data transmission without a continuous fluid column, providing an alternative to negative and positive pulse systems.
Summary Summary MWD/LWD Telemetry Systems
Sperry Drilling services offers four MWD/LWD telemetry systems: positive mud pulse, annular venting mud pulse, electromagnetic and via wired drillpipe.
Summary Summary IXO Interface
The IXO Interface from Sperry Drilling services provides two-way communication between downhole LWD sensors and the surface at speeds up to 10,000X faster than current mud pulse telemetry rates. The IXO Interface is the link that connects the Sperry LWD system to NOV's IntelliServ® Network.
Summary Summary Mud-Pulse Telemetry Services
The mud pulse systems use valves to modulate the flow of drilling fluid in the bore of the drillstring, generating pressure pulses that propagate up the column of fluid inside the drillstring and then are detected by pressure transducers at the surface.
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Increasing Drilling Efficiency with Telemetry
This article in the November 2017 issue of Oilfield Technology discusses the applications and benefits of the JetPulse® High-Speed Telemetry Service.