The Ziebel modular electric surface unit safely lowered the sensing rod into the well and pushed it far into the horizontal section. The sensing rod was parked in the wellbore for acquisition. The distributed fiber optic (DFO) sensing acquired both temperature and acoustic data. The temperature sensing uses the Joule Thomson effect which relates the rate of change of temperature to pressure. The acoustic sensing relates noise and frequency to gas rate. By adjusting the gas injection rate and the surface choke, and then observing the response of both the temperature and acoustic data, the optimal setting for the well could be determined.