Archive for Software

Driving Results with Analytics in Oilfield Operations

During the Operational Excellence in Energy, Chemicals & Resources conference in Calgary in early June, I had the opportunity to participate in an interesting and informative panel discussion with two upstream oil & gas experts from Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Rustom Mody, Vice President, Enterprise Technology at Baker Hughes that focused on how companies can, […]

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New IIoT-Enabled Artificial Lift Optimization Software Helps Pump Up Operators

ARC has been blogging for a few years now on how IIoT-enabled solutions can provide real business value to upstream oil & gas companies; the need for leveraging such solutions has never been greater now that operators, independent E&P firms, and other industry stakeholders struggle to operate and produce in the new “lower for longer” […]

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IIoT-Enabled Solutions Help Oil & Gas Producers Navigate Choppy Waters

ARC has been opining for a few years now about how upstream oil & gas companies can be strong beneficiaries of IioT-enabled solutions if they only choose to break from the traditional “no one likes to be first” attitude and make sound investments in technologies and automation solutions that can improve operational performance. Therefore, it […]

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Maersk Drilling to boost drilling efficiency through IIoT-Enabled solutions

ARC has been screaming from the mountain top for some time now that upstream oil & gas can be a large beneficiary of leveraging the benefits of IIoT-enabled solutions such as analytics, machine learning and enhanced communications. Operators, independent E&P firms, and industry stakeholders are desperate to seek solutions that will help reduce costs, increase […]

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Exxon Mobil sets record in high performance oil and gas reservoir computing

ARC has opined before its belief that the oil & gas industry was “Big Data” before the term Big Data became what it is today and how the industry sometimes exhibits a split personality when it comes to the use (and no use) of IIoT-enabled solutions in certain operational areas. We find it rather ironic […]

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