Borehole logging (geothermal, Tiger Energy Services)

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    Location: Taupo

    Organization: Tiger Energy Services

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    Most borehole imaging devices operate below about 175°C.  Recently, Tiger Energy Services, who have a base in Taupo, New Zealand, introduced an acoustic logging device that can operate at temperatures up to 300°C, specifically for use in geothermal wells.  It is one of the first of this new generation of instruments to be operated in the world. 



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