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Method and system for monitoring the incursion of particulate material into a well casing within hydrocarbon bearing formations including gas hydrates / Schlumberger Technology Corporation




Title: Method and system for monitoring the incursion of particulate material into a well casing within hydrocarbon bearing formations including gas hydrates.
Abstract: A method and system for monitoring any incursion of particulate matter from a gas hydrate formation into a well casing used for the production of the gas hydrate and determining the degree of incursion of particulate material within the distal end of the well casing. ...


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USPTO Applicaton #: #20140196885
Inventors: Shunetsu Onodera, Hitoshi Sugiyama, Brian W. Cho, Ahmed Al-jubori, Masafumi Fukuhara


The Patent Description & Claims data below is from USPTO Patent Application 20140196885, Method and system for monitoring the incursion of particulate material into a well casing within hydrocarbon bearing formations including gas hydrates.




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stats Patent Info
Application #
US 20140196885 A1
Publish Date
07/17/2014
Document #
13771083
File Date
02/20/2013
USPTO Class
166105
Other USPTO Classes
International Class
21B43/12
Drawings
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