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Re-FracPlug

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000240344D
Publication Date: 2015-Jan-23
Document File: 1 page(s) / 37K

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Abstract

This invention will allow operators to monitor Re-Fracs downhole before, during and after the frac. It utilizes miniature sensors and batteries that are destroyed during the drill out of the frac plugs. Memory modules are embedded in disintegrable material. When this material disintegrates the memory modules are released into the casing and flowed back to surface. Modified FracPlug, MEMs Sensor and a Bypass sub made of disintegrable material: This invention will allow operators to monitor Re-Fracs downhole before, during and after the frac. It utilizes miniature sensors and batteries that are destroyed during the drill out of the frac plugs. Memory modules are embedded in the disintegrable material. When this material disintegrates the memory modules are released into the casing and flowed back to surface.

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Re-FracPlug

This invention will allow operators to monitor Re-Fracs downhole before, during and after the frac.  It utilizes miniature sensors and batteries that are destroyed during the drill out of the frac plugs.  Memory modules are embedded in disintegrable material.  When this material disintegrates the memory modules are released into the casing and flowed back to surface.

Modified FracPlug, MEMs Sensor and a Bypass sub made of disintegrable material: 

This invention will allow operators to monitor Re-Fracs downhole before, during and after the frac.  It utilizes miniature sensors and batteries that are destroyed during the drill out of the frac plugs.  Memory modules are embedded in the disintegrable material.  When this material disintegrates the memory modules are released into the casing and flowed back to surface.