Rig deluge appraisals
ScanTech Offshore understands that well test support doesn't just extend to equipment, so we have invested in a valuable range of engineering services to simplify and secure the well testing industry.
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Our qualified personnel conduct installation surveys to assess and advise on the most cost effective solutions for either a temporary or fixed heat suppression system. A complete top to bottom survey is performed analysing the rigs capability to supply water whilst maintaining the rigs statutory fire fighting obligations.
Fixed system design
Our team of project engineers have access to and are fully conversant with SolidWorks 3D CAD design. Bespoke design, engineering calculations and installation are tailored to deliver a heat suppression system to meet your specific requirements. Our engineering team has extensive experience and valuable industry knowledge. Entrust us to deliver your project on time and on budget.
Flare simulation / heat radiation modelling
ScanTech Offshore produces hundreds of flare simulations supported by proprietary software to calculate thermal heat radiation and noise levels produced during well test flaring operations. Modelling expected well data and various atmospheric conditions, our engineering teams analyse flare simulations and propose engineered solutions to manage heat flux during a wide range of well flow parameters.
Heat and noise monitoring
During well test flaring operations, ScanTech Offshore monitor the radiated heat and noise levels using calibrated handheld monitoring equipment. Heat and noise monitoring is beneficial for confirming the efficiency of the heat suppression system to ensure API 521 recommendations are realised. Optionally this 'real time' data can be compiled post operations to create a library for future rig reference.
Thermal imaging survey
Thermal imagery is used to quickly and conveniently monitor and detect hot spots generated from well test flaring operations. It is particularly useful to view hot spots around the installation that cannot be safely accessed. Real time heat intensity values can assist with providing improvement recommendations for subsequent well tests.