• Casing

    Tuboscope’s multiple inspection techniques provide valuable inspection data where casing integrity is critical to a wellbore.

    Casing is the major structural component of a well.  Proper inspections are critical to ensure safe drilling and production programs, and optimization of your casing strings.  

    Our multiple inspection techniques provide valuable inspection data where casing integrity is critical to a wellbore.

     

    New Casing Inspection performed In-Plant

    Tuboscope Equipment Utilized:

    TruScan™ - A full body UT system measuring wall and defects at multiple orientations

    Truscope AS™ – Single pass, full-body UT and EMI inspection

    Truscope™ – A full-body UT system measuring wall and detecting defects at multiple orientations

    Amalog™ – Detects longitudinal defects such as laps, seams, and gouges

    Sonoscope™ - Detects transverse defects and 3 dimensional defects such as pitting and holes

     

    Used Casing Inspection performed In-Plant or in the field

    Amalog (EMI)– Detects longitudinal defects such as laps, seams and gouges

    Sonoscope (EMI)- Detects transverse defects and 3 dimensional defects such as pitting and holes

     

    Full Length Drift (FLD) – Detects mashes, dents, incorrect weight

    Our multiple inspection techniques provide valuable inspection data where casing integrity is critical to a wellbore.

    Description

    Wall Data – Per joint spreadsheet providing min, max, average wall values

    Wall Profile – Per joint spreadsheet providing min, max, average wall values at selected segments along the length of the pipe

    Wall Mapping – Complete recording of all wall values

    Laser OD Measuring – Outside diameter measurement system       

    OD Measuring/ Wall Mapping – Wall, OD, ID, volumetric value, estimated weight per foot, ovality