Vagn Holstein, Senior Production Engineer with Dong Energy, said: “The tracer project is expected to be economically attractive, both due to reduced costs (fewer PLT’s required) and due to increased oil production. Additionally, lower water cut is expected to give reduced consumption of energy for separation of oil, gas and water, for cleaning of the produced water and for re-injection of water to the reservoir.”
According to RESMAN founder Fridtjof Nyhavn: “We are proud of becoming a preferred supplier of monitoring systems to DONG Energy during their development of multiple wells through the next couple of years. This we see as an acknowledgement of our technology and it is also the fruit of technical achievements and good cooperation with DONG Energy during earlier tracer installations.”
RESMAN offers permanent, wireless and reliable downhole systems for inflow monitoring and control. Headquartered in Trondheim, Norway, RESMAN is owned by the Norwegian oil major StatoilHydro, venture capitalist Verdane Capital, the research institutes Sintef and IFE and RESMAN employees.