WXSO is the result of Gaia’s ongoing R&D into wellbore and cable dynamics (drag, creep and torque) and future conveyance technologies.
It can be considered a “black-box” for a logging run.
The WXSO features a memory gauge with pressure, temperature, accelerometer and magnetometer measurements, with a fast sample rate.
A comprehensive written report on all the WXSO data acquired on the logging operation. Includes time and depth logs, station logs, temperature, mud weight, cable rotation and creep analysis, plus analysis of any sticking points encountered on the job.
Analysis of temperatures from the WXSO's continuous-reading external temperature sensor. This includes an extrapolated borehole temperature if multiple logs are run.
Analysis of cable creep for station logs using the WXSO accelerometer. Creep distance is calculated for each station, and the planned and actual depths are plotted against the GR log.
Actual depths can also be used to improve pressure gradients.
Events can be played back as an animation to show cable spin, jar firing, cable creep, stuck tool situations and more.