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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.
At this global energy company, decision makers gained access to timely, actionable intelligence that helped them bring in $8 million of additional value to their trading book in the first year while meeting other strategic goals and establishing a standardized decision making system for all trading teams.Learn more about our client’s successes
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.Learn more about our client’s successes
When delivering electricity and natural gas to millions of consumers, this American utility company enabled its engineers to find specific industry standards information 5-20 minutes faster – saving 2-3 days each week across 50 engineers – and reduced the hours that the corporate librarian spent assisting with searches.Learn more about our client’s successes
CPP Investment Board acquires Corrib as Shell continues to divest. View the asset point forward valuation summary.… https://t.co/11p6pNx6Tw
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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
Mining giant Glencore is the apparently unwilling recipient of a mining lease for its proposed thermal coal development in Queensland's untapped Surat Basin. The approval has been 10 years in the making, after the company applied for the leases in 2007 and late yesterday the Queensland government approved three 27-year leases for Glencore's proposed 22 mt