A murky silhouette comes into view as the camera approaches and tags the fish. Although some features are just about visible and the tag depth is confirmed, it is not possible to accurately assess the condition of the fish.
In the next segment of video as fluid continues to be pumped to the front of the RT-120, visibility has improved significantly, and the condition of the fish is starting to become more defined, too.
In the final segment, the minimum required fluid clarity has been achieved, and even the camera dome has been washed clean. It is now clear that the fish was partially milled. Visibility is so good, in fact, that a yellow Teflon nozzle which was ripped off a jetting sub in a previous operation can also be seen trapped beside the fish.
Once again, EV's downhole video-based well diagnosis services, have enabled another satisfied customer in making the right decisions.