Real-time data streaming supports drilling automation, moving decision roles to centralized facilities for increased safety, lower costs and more eyes on the data.
Preserve data integrity during collection to ensure that business-critical data analysis and processing always uses trustworthy data.
The upstream industry is rapidly transitioning to digital; industry-sourced data standards play a critical role in the success of this endeavor.
WITSML™ drilling and wellsite data standard, includes all the downhole data, MWD / LWD, mud logging, perforation, fracing and other stimulation data for a comprehensive oversight of drilling operations in real time.
PRODML™ production, fluid analysis and field monitoring data standard, covers all the data needed to report production volumes, describe production facilities, PVT, WFT, DAS and DTS data.
RESQML™ reservoir and structural interpretation data standard, allows for the comprehensive transfer between applications of a reservoir model, geocellular model, properties and structural information. It can transfer the whole data, or incremental modifications.
Modern E&P requires operators to work with a wide variety of partners and providers; our data exchange standards support collaboration, multi-vendor remote operations and automation. The open environment accelerates the integration of innovative technologies.
Service providers are being asked to work together on customer-focused solutions. Standards facilitate the reliable flow of data across many systems, minimizing headaches and accelerating deployment.
Developing innovative digital products and software systems is made easier and more cost-effective using standard data interfaces to connect to integration platforms or other data ports.
Data standards greatly simplify the collection and archiving of the technical data that is mandated by government bodies. The data is needed to support the exploration, development and production of a country’s hydrocarbon assets.