Use GIS to pattern well pads and calculate the most efficient drilling configuration. Interactive dashboards help production managers effectively monitor and manage work orders, schedules, and field operations. The more often people connect to GIS, the more efficient the company becomes. Mobile devices connect staff to updates, maps, and a common operating picture. Staff throughout the company can track, locate, and manage assets better with GIS.
Efficiently manage operational asset performance and profitability. See well production data. Generate analyses for informed well and lease management.
Effectively share diverse real-time data between ops management and field staff. Automate workflow processes using mobile technologies with GIS task-oriented apps.
Intelligently assess operation metrics/KPI’s to maximize returns and reduce risk. Execute directional drilling zone calculations that make you more efficient.
Many field development programs today have very aggressive drilling schedules, especially in shale gas plays. Efficiently planning the logistics of pad placement activities can significantly reduce cycle times and realize dramatic cost benefits. GIS forms the cornerstone of this activity.
Find out more about Esri Production Mapping.
Optimizing field operations to reduce cycle times and save significantly on costs – while maintaining a safe working environment – is at the forefront of every field manager’s mind. GIS can play an integral part in managing this diverse set of increasingly real-time data, from the scheduling desk to in-field operations.
Find out more about ArcGIS for Server.
Smart field management for real-time field operations have become the expected new normal, seamlessly integrating asset management with concurrent field development activities, and not skipping a beat. A real-time dashboard that provides tailored views onto operations for schedulers, field staff, and executives via a common operations platform – that’s GIS.
Find out more about GeoEvent.