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Achieving High Data Quality Is An Incremental Journey

As the adage goes “a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step”, don’t be daunted by how far you and your team have to travel; focus instead on starting and determine the steps that you can make today. Recognize that these solutions will not be implemented overnight, but
Production Optimization, Quick Time to Value

Decision Case Study: Optimize Across a High Volume of Wells

Learning how to optimize across a high volume of wells is one of the key features of our Production Intelligence Solutions. Not too long ago we had the WTI oil prices below $40/barrel. At this time, producing more oil was not economically viable, so reducing the production costs through optimization
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ROI Case Study: Gas Lift Hole in Tubing

A hole in tubing for a gas lift operation is pretty difficult to detect before it happens; therefore, today’s case study is particularly interesting.  Note, in a previous blog on early event detection, we mentioned that our solution can examine calculated sensors. In the demonstration table above, we have readings
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ROI Cast Study: Gas Influx

In today’s example case, we are looking at the early detection of gas influx. This is an ESP sub-optimal state. In the demo slide above, we are looking at sudden fluctuations in amperage and tubing pressure. There is an increase in casing pressure as we can see.  At the end
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ROI Case Study: Early Event Detection of Tubing Failure

Tubing Failure Early Event Detection of a tubing failure can help you regain $3M or more in your oilfield.  In this example, we examine rod pump #10 and an example of its tubing failure. With OspreyData’s Production Intelligence solution, we are able to look at sensor data such as casing
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Traditional vs. OspreyData Failure Detection Timelines

Failure detection timelines really help us drive home the point of how OspreyData’s Production Intelligence solutions can maximize your production even in the face of inevitable failures.  In the graphic above, we demonstrate the difference between the traditional failure model verses our early detection model.  Below, we explain the difference
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Production Engineer Eric Clour’s Personal Testimony on Using UNIFIED MONITORING

With some key objectives in mind, we have developed a set of building blocks. We believe an effective monitoring solution must have robust abilities that can do the following: Visualize, annotate and track complex time series sensors across devices and lift types Construct and configure meaningful, actionable dashboards and reports
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How Production Unified Monitoring Saves Time

REQUEST A DEMO > With Production Unified Monitoring, one of the biggest motivations or starting point for OspreyData’s was to create a single “data backbone” of operational data – one place where the data gets connected. For most petroleum engineers or operators, having multiple systems or data in disparate systems
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Production UNIFIED MONITORING: The Benefits

The benefits of Unified Monitoring start with centralized surveillance. The platform scales across wells, fields, and teams – allowing operators to share data across their entire enterprise. With a common view of information using a single tool, training is accelerated. In addition to it’s lift specific visualizations and analytic solutions,