Integrity eXplorer Cement Evaluation Service

OVERVIEW
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Integrity eXplorer Cement Evaluation Service
Accurate data for critical decisions impacting well integrity
Applications
nnWells
with contaminated,
lightweight, or foam cement
nnDeepwater
wells with
modified cement
nnHighly
nnGas
tortuous wellbores
or CO2 storage wells
Features and benefits
nnElectro-magnetic
acoustic
transducer sensor technology
The Baker Hughes Integrity eXplorer™
cement evaluation service provides accurate
information that helps operators gain an
understanding of the cement bond—
regardless of weight or contamination—
to make critical downhole decisions
with confidence.
Using patented electro-magnetic acoustic
transducer sensor technology, the service
can obtain measurements accurately across
the widest range of cement weights in the
industry—with weights as low as 7 ppg.
This makes the service ideal for evaluating
contaminated, lightweight, and foam
cement slurries.
Capable of measuring the cement bond
in any wellbore fluid environment, the
Integrity eXplorer service eliminates the
need to unnecessarily add wellbore fluids
for evaluation. By generating acoustic waves
directly on the casing, the service can provide
measurements in air-filled boreholes and
gas-cut mud systems.
The Integrity eXplorer service eliminates
the need for expensive and time-consuming
procedures to pressurize the casing for
evaluating cement with a suspected
microannulus. In a single pass, the service
can detect the presence of a microannulus
and the quality of cement with industryexclusive sensor technology.
–– Evaluates the cement bond
accurately across the widest
range of cement weights
in the industry
–– Provides accurate answers
in heavy wellbore fluid
environments
–– Evaluates the quality of the
cement bond in the presence
of a microannulus
–– Enables cement evaluation in
air-filled boreholes
nnPad-mounted
sensors
–– Ensures log quality is not
compromised by moderate
decentralization
nnOn-site
deliverables
–– Provides data at the well site
for prompt decision making
OVERVIEW
The sensors are mounted on a pad design
engineered to make it insensitive to
moderate decentralization—ensuring log
quality is not compromised and making it
ideal for demanding deployments in highly
tortuous wellbores.
Contact your Baker Hughes representative
to learn how the Integrity eXplorer service
can help you make confident, long-term
decisions that impact well integrity or visit
BakerHughes.com/INTeX.
With the data provided by the Integrity
eXplorer service at the rig site, operators can
make faster decisions regarding long-term
zonal isolation.
Specifications
Make up length
19 ft 111/4 in. (6.08 m)
Minimum casing size
3.92 in. (99.5 mm)
Maximum casing size
151/2 in. (393.7 mm)
Maximum tool diameter
35/8 in. (92.07 mm)
Maximum logging speed
30 ft/min (9.14 m/min)
Maximum pressure
20,000 psi (137.9 MPa)
Maximum temperature
350˚F (177°C)
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