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Wellkeeper chooses Signal Fire's remote sensing to track oil pressures

Wellkeeper chooses Signal Fire's remote sensing to track oil pressures

November 23, 2016 -- Wellkeeper Inc, a pioneer of remote monitoring solutions for independent oil and gas operators, is specifying the SignalFire Remote Sensing System in their remote monitoring solutions for tracking tubing and casing pressures in the oil field. 

Signal Fire’s Remote Sensing System(SFRSS) helps Wellkeeper resolve many of the problems associated with manual gauges and wired remote monitoring systems.  With no wiring or trenching requirements, installation costs are less expensive than wired systems.  As most wellheads are situated far from remote terminal units, the SRFSS utilizes an innovative long-range mesh networking technology specifically designed for challenging, large-scale environments.

In many instances, long-range mesh networking is used to gather tubing and casing pressure data from several wells.  Wireless systems offer a unique benefit during workovers as wireless sensors can be easily removed and reinstalled without having to install new seals and conduit.

Using the SFRSS, Wellkeeper offers remote monitoring systems that both collect and store data, enabling users to view and analyze long-term performance trends.  Besides, the remote monitoring system may be programmed to provide alarms to prevent spills and avoid equipment failure and/or damage.  

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