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You can test almost any gas well for a fraction of the cost of a conventional downhole test. With years of experience in the field, and countless industry leaders who swear by the SPIDR® system, we can help you maximize the efficiency and return of your well. Our team of engineers can help you determine how and when the SPIDR® system can benefit your application.

Applications for Pressure-transient testing from the surface

In addition to the high cost and risks associated with running gauges downhole, Surface testing may be the only option for highly deviated wells, horizontal wells, wells with tubing restrictions, sour-gas wells, high pressure wells, and wells with high bottom-hole temperatures. The system's ease of use, accuracy, and compact size also make it an obvious choice for testing underground storage reservoirs, regulatory compliance testing of waste-disposal wells, and mechanical integrity testing of pressurized systems. Use the links below to find out more about some of the SPIDR® system's many applications.

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Summary Summary Communication Tests
Communication tests are used to determine if two wells are producing from the same reservoir.
Summary Summary Drill Stem Testing Applications
Drill stem testing or DST has been the industry standard for testing new and especially exploration wells for almost a century.
Summary Summary Gas Meter Prover
The SPIDR can be used as a precision flowmeter or as a meter prover.
Summary Summary Conventional Well Testing
Pressure transient testing of conventional gas producers is one of the most common applications for SPIDR.
Summary Summary Unconventional Well Testing
Unconventional well testing with the SPIDR has become the predominant application recently
Summary Summary Mechanical Integrity Testing
State and Federal agencies require scheduled Mechanical Integrity Tests (MIT) of wells used for the underground disposal of hazardous materials.
Summary Summary Offshore Applications
The significant cost savings is one of the primary drivers in choosing the SPIDR to test wells in an offshore environment.
Summary Summary Injection Well Testing
Injection well testing is an application where SPIDR gauges can be used instead of downhole gauges.
Summary Summary Packer Leakage
Packer leakage tests are used to verify isolation of the annulus from the tubing in a single-completion well.
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