Sample Images

GLV inspection

This video shows a WellCAM® inspecting a GLV for damages and potential scale. Since the camera has a continuous side-view capability, its possible to just run quickly trough the well and do the closer inspection in the recorded data.

Screen inspection

This video shows images captured with a WellCAM® camera. The images shows the screen in a water well where they had experienced decreasing flow.
Since the WellCAM® have the ability to record continuous side view, doing closeup inspections of the holes is an easy operation.

Tubing inspection

The images, captured with a WellCAM® Drill Pipe camera, shows a tubing before and after milling operation. The WellCAM® Drill Pipe Camera is part of the standard Vision iO WellCAM® platform. It retains all the standard features including full hemispheric images with pan, tilt & zoom ability allowing down-view and side-view of the wellbore on the same tool.
The camera is protected from impact using a bump absorber that allows the camera to retract inside the running sleeve.

Typical applications for the WellCAM® Drill Pipe Camera includes;
BOP inspection, wellhead inspection, identify fishes, riser inspection, tubing hangers, sealing areas and subsea conductors.

Slips marks

This video shows images captured with a WellCAM® E-Line camera. Here we can clearly see the slips marks made by a stroker tool.

Valve inspection

The video shows images captured with a WellCAM® E-Line camera. The main objective on this run was not to inspect this valve, but since the WellCAM® records full hemispheric images, its possible to pan & tilt even after the job is done.

Full hemispherical view

The Vision iO WellCAM® uses an extreme wide angel lens in combination with a custom made software to ensures full sight coverage in both memory and e-line mode.
With 180 degrees side view in full 360, nothing will be overlooked in its way trough the well.
The Vision WellCAM® platform can be run on all types of conveyances.

  • 180x360 view

Collapsed Tubing

Video shows images captured with a WellCAM® Coil camera (memory).

This was run on CT in memory mode and actually proved to be parted tubing. The CT team had been milling between 2 to 3 weeks and concerns came up as to whether they were inside the liner, creating an opening or if the well was scaled up. Due to the fact that the expected results were not achieved a decision was made to run the WellCAM® downhole camera. The camera run provided feedback which led to the conclusion that the CT did not enter the lower section of the liner, but instead ran outside, resulting in a sidetrack of about 160 meters.

Washing cement plug

Images captured with a WellCAM® E-Coil camera.
The objective was to identify if the CT intervention caused any damages to the tubing from previous milling operation. The WellCAM® was run on CT enabled E-line to provide real-time feedback of the downhole camera operations. The objective of the run was achieved, however it was observed that the force from the jetting of the nozzles actually jetted away the cement. During this video the CT was pumping at 2.0 bbl/min

Oil seeping through cement plug

Images captured with a WellCAM® E-Coil camera.
Same run as above (Washing Cement Plug). When pumping was stopped it was observed that oil droplets started to seep through the cement. This confirmed that the WellCAM® was also good at confirming small leaks.