This Week at Exchange: Remote Pressure Monitoring to Mitigate Hydraulic Fracturing Interference

Emerson exchange is full of valuable presentations, keynote speakers, industry forums and educational classes. Today’s highlighted presentation overviews how one simple, easy to integrate solution allows operators to gain critical information while new wells are hydraulically fractured. Together with XTO Energy, Applied Control helped deliver a wireless technology solution, called the DRTU or Distributed Remote terminal Unit network to monitor pressure at “neighboring” completed well pads. This insight gave XTO real-time clarity to safely fracture new wells, and the flexibility to move this monitoring system with them site to site.   To learn more about this application, click on the link below:

Emerson Exchange White Paper: Remote Pressure Monitoring to Mitigate Hydraulic Fracturing Interference

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