Tendeka secures OGTC funding for technology testing


HOUSTON -- Independent global completions service company Tendeka has been awarded funding from the Oil & Gas Technology Center to advance further field testing of its wireless intelligent completions technology, PulseEight.

The PulseEight technology during installation. Photo: Tendeka.

The funding will help Tendeka install a PulseEight downhole device and a newly developed PulseEight surface system with OMV Group in Austria. During the installation, various operations will be undertaken to test the downhole device and prove the surface decoding system.

Tendeka’s PulseEight system was launched earlier this year and uses unique pressure pulse telemetry to channel wireless communication between a well’s downhole monitoring and control system and the wellhead. The company has now increased the offering to include an autonomous data decoding system, which allows the seamless transmission of well data to any location in the world.

Commissioned as either a standalone surface unit with cloud data management or embedded on existing well control systems, PulseEight Surface allows the user to see real-time the data transmitted from the reservoir. The system autonomously measures surface choke changes and confirms that the surface to device pulse sequence is correct.

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