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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.
This regional energy exploration and production company reduced the time required to generate monthly reports from 1 day to 20 minutes and reduced the workload from 2 full-time positions to one. Experienced staff now spends time making decisions instead of making reports and pumpers' accuracy has improved, too.
With thousands of wells operating in 10 U.S. states, this independent oil and gas company has boosted productivity by enabling daily gauging and allowing staff to focus on high-value tasks rather than data management as well as returning well production to peak levels several days faster by decreasing the time for troubleshooting.
Since 2004, this independent O&G operator has recorded well data electronically, with daily numbers uploaded in minutes to foremen and engineers. As result, it reduced the time to create daily reports by 33% -- cutting two days off its monthly regulatory reporting cycle -- and increased production by identifying/correcting problems months earlier.