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SFLWELL LLC Shoots Fluid Levels in Oil & Gas Wells with Echometer.

Balance & Optimize Pumping Units with Dynamometer
TWM System Total Well Management with Computer Analysis
Shoot Fluid Level in Oil & Gas wells with Echometer.
Our Echometer can detect a hole in Tubing and Casing 1/16" @ 5000 feet
Performing Oklahoma MIT & Texas H15 (MIT) Test
Oil Gas Well Optimization Echometer Services

Echometer Acoustic Fluid Level Gun

We shoot fluid levels with Echometer equipment in Flowing & Gas Plunger Lift, & Beam Pumping Unit wells.


All mechanical systems are subject to wear and load stresses over time creating imbalances that decrease efficiency and effectiveness of that operating unit.  That mechanical system then needs to be analyzed, adjusted and balanced back to obtain it's peak capability, perfromance and desired increased profitiablity. These mechanical systems include Gas Lift Wells, Plunger Lift Wells, and Beam Pumping Units, etc.

How does a Producer / Operator do this?

SFLWELL LLC has the unique skill set, equipment, and solution to an operator's needs and is the answer.

SFLWELL LLC incorporates the experience and expertise required to solve an Operator's production issues.

High fluid levels hold back pressure upon oil & gas bearing formations, which decreases production.  By shooting a well with an acoustic shot and determining the acoustic fluid level, a well can then be anaylzed to determine down hole problems using NODAL analysis to increase production and determine optimum well production design and reservoir characteristics while the well is being produced or static.  In addition, the overall efficiency of the pump system, the loading and unloading cycles of a well, the counterbalance and torque requirements, and total well performance can be diagnostically analyzed.  Plunger Lift velocity and cycle times can be analyzed and maximized, as well reduction in production expenses.

Beam Pumping Units; Plunger Lift Systems; Electrical Submersible Pumps; ESP; CBM; INJ; Flowing and Water Floods all benefit from knowing the producing fluid level and well analysis.  State required Mechanical Integrity Test (MIT), H-15 and H-5 Tests also utilize shooting fluid levels and down hole analysis for State compliance. 

Holes in Tubing & Casing can also be confirmed down hole before a decision to pull a rod string and or pump is made, thus reducing a significant well expense and loss of production time.

Downhole Pumps and production systems are affected by many factors which can be determined by the acquistion of data and diagnostic system, at the surface and down hole.

The analyzer software acquires, stores, processes, displays and manages the data at the well site to give an immediate analysis of the well's operating condition.  From this information recommendations are provided to increase the wells performance.

SFLWELL LLC, is prepared to analyze your wells and recommend how to maximize the oil & gas production and reduce and minimize your companies operating expenses.  Call us today! (918) 671-7777

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Test Results from Acoustic Survey:

Is there liquid above the pump?  At what depth is the top of the liquid column?
Is gas flowing up the annulus? If yes, at what rate?
What is the casing-head pressure?  Is it changing with time?
What is the percent liquid in the annular fluid column?
What is the pressure at the perforations?
What is the percent of maximum oil rate that is currently being produced?
What is the acoustic velocity of the column of annular gas?
What is the average gravity of the gas in the annulus?
Are there any restrictions or anomalies in the annulus above the liquid level?

Test Results from Dynamometer Measurement:

Is the well pumped off?
What is the percent pump fillage?
Are the traveling and or standing valves leaking?
What is the pump displacement in barrels per day?
What is the effective pump plunger travel?
What is the current pumping speed?
Are the maximum & minimum polish rod loads within the capacity of the pumping units and the rods?
What is the polish rod horsepower?
Is the maximum torque less than the gearbox specification?
Is the unit properly balanced?
What movement of the counterweights is required in order to balance the unit?
What is the weight of the rods in the fluid?
Does the pumping system require a detailed analysis and or redesign?

Test Results from Liquid Level Tracking Survey:

What is the deph to the liquid level?
Is the liquid level rising or falling?
Is the liquid level within a pre-set depth interval?

Test Results from Motor Current Survey:

What is the motor current throughout the pumping cycle?
Is the motor over/under sized for the unit and the load?
Is the unit properly balanced?
Does the motor performance require more detailed analysis?

Test Results from Motor Power Current Surveys:

What is the power use during a pump stroke?
What is the apparent motor current?
Is the motor generating electricity at some time during the stroke?
What is the the exact power consumption, KHW/day, $/month, $/BBL?
Is the motor over/under sized for the unit and the load?
What is the torque loading?
Is the unit property balanced?
What movement of the counterweights is required in order to balance the unit?
What is the recommended minimum sized mortor?

Test Results from Transient Pressure Surveys:

What is a good estimate of the reservoir pressure?
What is the flowing bottom-hole pressure, the FBHP?
Is there annular after flow of liquid/gas when the well is shut in?
Is there any well bore damage?
Is the well fractured?
Does the well require a detailed pressure transient analysis?


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11749 S 252nd E Ave, Broken Arrow, OK 74014, US

(918) 671-7777 or 918-633-2346