• Business Development Consultancy
  • Expertise Hiring ,Payroll,Man power Contracting  for oil & Gas field
  • Fpso, Offshore & Onshore O&M contracting
  • Well Testing Equipment Rental and Manpower Supply
  • Providing Expertise for all Rig and Rig-less Operation Like Testing, Coil Tubing, Frac, Slick-line, Wire-line, and Drilling Operation
  • Project Management and control


  • First OG Hitch Represented as FOGH always welcome potential Partners to join our business and glad to travel be with them
  • We are proud to our clients involved in our business who makes impossible thinks possible
  • Design and supply of equipment especially utilities packages for
    Oil and gas sector
  •  Instruments calibration and building inspection.

Our Approach  In Project Management

  • Scope / Integration management
  •  QHSE Management
  • Human resource management
  • Sourcing, shortlisting, Interviewing, and selection of the candidates
    also support our clients meeting their urgent needs of man power
    requirement of any category for oil and gas


Effective management of the health ,safety and welfare of our workforce and the protection of India’s environment are key aspects of FOGH’s business goals.

Well Test

O component measured, under different conditions.

Flow Test

This test has also been called daily test[2] and may have various other namings. Often, and especially at offshore fields, a number of wells produce to a common separator, and flows from several separators or facilities may be headed into a commingled flow in pipeline that transports oil or gas for sale (export).

The total flow rate of all wells in total are measured, but the contributions of the individual wells are unknown. It is important to know the individual contributions to account hydrocarbon material balance and for well monitoring and reservoir management.

To obtain individual well flow rates, it is common to use a smaller test separator. This is an isolated and down-scaled processing system in parallel with the normal flows. Regularly, for example once a month per well, the flow from one and only one selected well is led into the test separator for determining well flow rate for the selected well.[3] The separator divides the flow from the well into the streams of individual products which typically are oil, gas and water, but may include natural-gas condensate. Contamination may also be removed and fluid samples collected. This helps to allocate individual flow rate contributions, but the method has uncertainties. Flow rate, water cut, GOR and other parameters for the test system can deviate from production separators.[4] This is generally taken into account by the allocation of products back to individual wells based on the field total, and by using data from the individual well tests.

Another method[5] to obtain individual well flow rates takes the state observer approach, where the states to be estimated as the unknown flow rates from individual wells. This approach allows the incorporation of other modes of measurements such as spin-cuts (manual water cut readings) and dynamometer card based inferred rates. The reconciliation of these measurements with the flow tests, along with a systematic mechanism to account for measurement noise, leads to improved per well rate estimation accuracy.

Multiphase flow meters have to some degree reduced the need for flow tests and test separators, hence reducing production loss during testing.[6]. However, in the absence of accurate, robust and low-cost multi-phase flow meters, large oil fields with 1000s of wells continue to rely on well tests as the primary source of information for production surveillance