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As one of the top oil producers in Oklahoma, this company began using an electronic system to make information available to all of its employees. Production data is no longer entered manually so it is available for analysis the next morning and overall production increased because problems are resolved as much as a week sooner.
The leadership team for this energy giant needs to stay abreast of the latest news/research, from both upstream to downstream, on a global and regional basis so they are using a new platform to find, filter and share an unprecedented wealth of information and insights -- in minutes instead of hours or days.Learn more about our client’s successes
For 30+ years, this E&P company has thrived by adopting transformative technologies. Recently it began using a new system to increase profits by reducing geosteering operations from hours to minutes with real-time data, improving communication efficiency between engineers and geophysicists, and by integrating seismic information with well data.
Headquartered in Houston, this independent energy company has operations around the world so its GIS team implemented a state-of-the-art system that provides users with both internally sourced spatial data and streamed industry data – saving time and providing a more complete picture of areas of interest.Learn more about our client’s successes
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The frac sand industry is in a transition phase, seeing the emergence of regional Texas mines potentially becoming more and more important over the next 12 to 18 months. With around 60 million tons of new supply expected to come online in Texas from 2017 to 2018 through new greenfield mines and brownfield mine expansions, there could be a scenario w
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Surface recorders can be used along with bottomhole recorders to eliminate the guesswork in determining when a well test can be terminated when real-time surface readout is not available. Typically bottomhole pressure recorders are used to monitor pressure buildup and falloff tests, which leaves no way to know how the test
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