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Slick-E-Line® Service Capability FAQs

Q: Will I need different SEL components for each intervention?
A: No, the basic SEL Tool Suite provides basic measurements and telemetry for each intervention type. A range of Cross-Over subs are available to interface specific tool platforms with the SEL system.

Q: Can Downhole Strokers be functioned from surface and in real-time using SEL Technology?
A: Yes, the SEL Tool Suite can deliver downhole power to function strokers, using an industry standard Go-A type Crossover.

Q: Can wireline based intervention services be automated using SEL Technology?
A: Yes, the SEL Technology when used in combination with E-Winch can automate intervention services such as wax cutting and jarring.

Q: Can I run CBL-VDL services with SEL Technology?
A: Not at present.

Q: Can I run GR-CCL (TCP correlation) services with SEL Technology?
A: Yes, GR and CCL tool modules can be connected to the SEL tool Suite to perform TCP correlations.

Q: Can the coating be damaged?
A: The SEL coating is hard wearing but can be damaged by sideways impact e.g. when hit with a hammer.

Q: Can Perforation strings be deployed and triggered from surface, in real-time with the SEL Technology?
A: Yes, the SEL Tool Suite used in combination with a Cross-Over sub and trigger will perform that function.

Q: Can the SEL System control multi finger calliper arms from surface in realtime?
A: Yes, with the latest ParaOffice logging software Caliper arm control is achieved.

Q: What components make up the Slick-E-Line® System?
A: Click on the interactive image below for an overview of the Slick-E-Line® System Components.

Interactive Slick-E-Line® System Components Overview

Q: How does Slick-E-Line® Application compare to Slickline, E-Slickline (Tubed) and E-Line?
A: The image below describes the application of Slick-E-Line® in a functional comparison to Slickline, E-Slickline (Tubed) and E-Line.

Slick-E-Line® System Application Comparison Other Methodologies
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