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What's going on? Gas wells in TX over pressure!
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[quote:Top Hat:MV8yMDE2NjMwXzMzODg2NDA2X0RFODg2MjUy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 18962231:MV8yMDE2NjMwXzMzODg2MzkxXzk0NjE1QTNE] Different wells, different set pressures with 'normal' spikes requiring the PRV to relieve pressure. Normal for one or two daily releases per well of 10-15 PSI over well ambient pressure. Average over pressure on all was 30-45 PSI over ambient pressure, and all between 4pm and 6pm yesterday. Some E/I meters have been online for 10 years, none less than 5, never seen this kind of increase or that many going off in that time range. [/quote] Extremely strange, OP. [/quote]
I work for a mobile instrumentation company In Beaumont Texas. We service instruments that communicate wirelessly in several different fields and industries. This weekend we received over 140 Calls for instrumentation checks and calibration, All of which were natural gas wells. Is anyone seeing anything like this in other areas?
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