Intelligent Wellhead Systems releases digital completion technology
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
The upgrade to the inVision™ Technology Platform integrates engineered safety controls, automated digital standard operating procedure compliance and remote valve activation.
CEO William Standifird commented: “The inVision X release promises to deliver a step change in completion performance for operators and service companies. This software upgrade helps to improve efficiency and safety, and further minimizes risk to wellsite personnel by integrating valve position sensors, pressure interlocks, Digital Handshake™ processes, and remote valve activation.”
Since the inVision I Technology Platform was introduced in 2018, the system has delivered more than 26 000 stages without a single wireline or pressure control incident. With its incident-free safety and reliability track record, the inVision Technology Platform has earned an unmatched reputation for helping oil and gas operators improve completions performance. The company will continue its focus on developing a safer, more reliable, and effective digital infrastructure for hydraulic fracturing and wireline operations.
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