Over the last three decades, the world of fiber-optic sensing has undergone a remarkable transformation, propelling us from the pioneering days of distributed temperature sensing (DTS) in the 1990s to the cutting-edge inclusion of optical-based pressure gauges, seismic accelerometers, flowmeters, and an array of innovative point sensors in the 2000s. Fast forward to the 2010s, and the introduction of distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) has further revolutionised the optical sensing system, encompassing fibers, cables, sensors, deployment, processing, and interpretation technologies.
The result? Astoundingly improved and novel quantitative well and reservoir monitoring that has not only elevated early project stages but also enriched the entire asset lifetime.
SPE is thrilled to welcome you back to the SPE Workshop: Fiber-Optic Sensing Applications for Field Development, Integrity & Optimisation, where we'll delve into the world of fiber-optic monitoring technologies, unlocking their immense potential in optimising reservoir and field development and operations.
Join us at the forefront of innovation and exploration into in-well fiber-optic sensing. Together, let's unlock the potential of these ground-breaking technologies for unparalleled field development, integrity, and optimisation.