LONDON — The oil and gas (O&G) industry must look to new, acoustic data-based methodologies to improve the diagnosis of well integrity issues and inform successful remediation and plug and abandonment (P&A) strategies.

This is according to a paper from LYTT, “Well Integrity Flow Detection Using Novel Acoustic Pattern Recognition Algorithms,” which showcases the core role of LYTT’s innovative well integrity methodology in delivering an effective P&A remediation strategy for a bp-owned and operated field in the Americas.

Properly addressing leak and flow issues requires a complete overview of the source of the fluid, its…

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