Acoustic Data has won a contract to supply its wireless technology to post-frack wells in North Africa, with the hope that there is more to come.


Private equity-backed Acoustic Data has won work with one of the big four service companies at a gas field in North Africa.

The company said it would provide its SonicGauge Wireless Monitoring System. The technology will provide real-time surface-read-out (SRO) information on downhole pressure and temperature in post-frack wells. The SonicGauge provides this via acoustic telemetry.

“North Africa has been of interest for the last two to three years,” Acoustic Data’s global sales director Stephen Murphy told Energy Voice. “The region plays well with our technology … it is key for…



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