The transient nature of well properties contributes greatly to uncertainty and makes optimization an ongoing challenge for the production engineering team. The figure above provides a snapshot of a few key operating parameters of a well on an unconventional formation, over na two-month range. During this period, the oil production rate
We are excited to announce that Jon Snyder, our Director of Client Engagement, will speak at the Professional Petroleum Data Management, or PPDM, Data Management Luncheon in Houston, Texas on January 30, 2020. His presentation is entitled “Real Time Data in Oil and Gas, How to Prepare for It”. Jon
Coverage and continuity of source data are important dimensions when evaluating source data. Coverage describes the number of data sources that are available for a well. Many of the models that are used in advanced systems, such as OspreyData, are combining sensor based machine learning models with physics based models.
In this WebCast Replay, Jon Snyder, 10+ year Petroleum Analytics Engineer (formerly of eLynx, Venoco, and Encana) chats with OspreyData CTO Ron Frohock about how Unified Monitoring can bring immediate benefits to E&P operators. Jon and Ron walk through the ways Unified Monitoring helps Production teams save time daily and
Our goal is to provide you OspreyData value on your wells. Our methodology and science was developed to create long-term benefits for your well operations. Below we highlight four reasons how we beat other software platforms in the market. They are platforms, we are a solution: 1. We developed Human-Augmented
Our OspreyData science and methodological approach is simple: Our expertise meets your expertise to empower your wells. Whether is it ESP, Rod Pump, Gas Lift, Plunger Lift, or Downhole Analysis, our approach is to help you optimize production. Below, we will discuss our our OspreyData science works: 1. We monitor