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Abstract

It is generally accepted that the ‘Oilfield of the Future’ will incorporate distributed permanent<br>downhole seismic sensors in flowing wells. The effectiveness of these sensors will be limited by the extent to<br>which seismic signals can be discriminated, or de-coupled, from flow induced acoustic noise originating<br>within the production tubing,<br>A specialised test facility has been developed in order to understand and characterise the acoustic<br>noise generated by fluid flow within a production borehole, with the goal of developing the next generation<br>of seismic tools suitable for permanent deployment in flowing wells.

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2003-09-01
2020-06-01
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