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FUSION™ DT (Dual Telemetry)

The FUSION DT offers a data transmission system that uses both the FUSION EM and FUSION RP data transmission systems. The advanced talk down capabilities (from surface) of the FUSION platform enables the operating mode of the system to be quickly changed from its baseline EM setting to dual transmission mode in which EM and rotary pulse are both operating.

Unlike standard piggyback applications in which the EM and pulse transmission systems each have directional and gamma ray survey points, FUSION DT has one survey point regardless of the transmission system being used.  As a result, the survey data represents conditions at a consistent distance from the bit whether transmitted by mud pulse or EM.

FUSION DT provides operators with the proven benefits of the individual EM and RP systems as well as additional benefits that arise when these systems are operated in tandem.

Features

  • Transmission system redundancy
  • Toggle-on pulse transmission through sections that challenge EM transmission
  • Power levels and data formats can be altered while drilling

Applications

  • Operators who want to exploit the time savings of EM but have concerns about depth limitations or higher impedance formations that may inhibit EM transmissions
  • Tight surface spacing or re-entry programs where tool face control and the ability to steer out of casing is required
  • Programs with high rig density where interference with EM detection is a possibility
  • Drilling in wildcat areas where conditions may vary

Benefits

  • Eliminates trips for MWD failures
  • Increases data transmission capacity
  • Provides consistent steering data
  • Generates rig time savings by capturing EM survey-on-connection savings through the majority of the well
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Cathedral divests its Flowback and Production Testing division to Ideal Completions Group.