/ knowledge is power

The How

A SIMPLE PROCESS WITH BIG RESULTS

We setup our project in the meadow over your horizontal, never entering the well site or interfering with operations. We then create electric fields. As the frac fluid moves, we measure the changes to these fields. It’s a surprisingly simple, yet effective process.

People often ask if it’s dangerous to go near where we are injecting and receiving the current—and the answer is no. It’s actually walk-safe as our sites are non-intrusive and HSE friendly.

How the Deep Imaging process works
DISTURBED ELECTRICAL FIELD & DELTA RESPONSE IMAGED
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Deep Imaging electromagnetic imaging technology
Bad Cement
Failed Plug
Parent Child interference
/ What you see

Insights you’ve never had before

Find out what problems you’re facing as you watch where your frac fluid is going in real-time. Gone are the days of just cranking up the dials in response to poor production. Now you know what the problem is so you can address it with the right solution improving economic returns.

/ Our Process

Effective diagnostics to identify and fix problems

With accurate knowledge of where your frac fluid is going you’ll have valuable insights into the reality of your project‭. ‬

If things aren’t going according to plan‭, ‬we help you discover why so you can efficiently fix it‭. ‬For example‭, if your child wells are underperforming you’ll quickly know why so you can make the necessary adjustments or make the decision to move on‭. ‬

Problems during a project can create lots of waste with negative economic impact—by fixing problems early you can dramatically improve performance‭. ‬

SEE WHERE YOUR FRAC FLUID IS GOING
Make Adjustments
Improve Performance
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/ our Clients

Don’t just take our word for it

“Deep Imaging allowed us to see where the frac fluid went during our completion‭, ‬and where the fluid remained after the pumps shut off‭. ‬This led us to make significant design changes and optimizations in our program‭.‬”

– Sam, Jones Energy