wiredinUSA August 2020

Fiber optic monitoring system Halliburton and TechnipFMC have launched Odassea™, believed to be the first distributed acoustic sensing solution for subsea wells. The technology platform enables operators to carry out seismic imaging and reservoir diagnostics, strengthening digital capabilities in subsea reservoir monitoring and production optimization. Halliburton provides the fiber optic sensing technology, completions and analysis for reservoir diagnostics, while TechnipFMC provides optical connectivity throughout the process. Trey Clark, vice president of Halliburton Wireline and Perforating, said the system “...allows our customers to monitor reservoir performance in real time.” “This project enables an enhanced level of reservoir understanding for our customers, and expands our ... integrated subsea solution,” said Christina Johansen, vice president of TechnipFMC subsea product management control and automation. Operators can accelerate full field subsea fiber optic sensing, design and execution.

New flexibility Philatron’s new UL-listed Philaflex™ material is engineered for greater flexibility in EV cable insulation and jacketing, even in cold weather conditions. Phil Ramos Jr, CEO of Philatron, said: “This new Philaflex material will not only be lighter, with more flexibility, but also provides the ability to manufacture this cable to carry a higher electrical load and has EV UL listing for 1,000 volts.”

S S The new UL-listed Philaflex™ material

Philaflex EV cables comply with European Union directive RoHS, and are available in multi-conductor sizes from 10 AWG to 4/0 AWG to 500kcmil. Operating temperature range is between +105°C and -40°C.


wiredInUSA - August 2020

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