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- Economic Assessment
- Well Site Automation
- Cost Reduction and Efficiency
- Data Management Solutions
- Technical Know-how
- Technological Advancements
- Defining IIoT and RF fundamentals for IIOT
- Reviewing RF Performance Characteristics
- Providing attendees with evaluation criteria
- Understanding the challenges of automation and how far can we take it
- Risk and liability management and how automation will change the future of oil and gas
- Wellsite Automation examples of what is available today and where it was in the past
- Where does Wellsite Automation fit in the big picture of all Well Operations?
Resource Energy Solutions
- A integrated view into operations from AFE to production
- Reduction of cycle time, non-productive time, and reducing CAPEX
- Integrated manufacturing through planning and a vetted economic model
- How oil and gas industry viewing digital transformation?
- Different lifecycle areas with focus on automation and efficiency
- What are existing and future challenges?
- The business drivers and “real” case change to substantiate robotic process automation to improve Key Performance Indicators: Production (Revenue), Reliability (Integrity), LOE (OPEX Efficiency), Downtime (Deferment), HSE Incidents (Exposure)
- Brief history of RPA, what has been tried before, best candidate areas for automation, what’s not good candidates for automation
- Actual use cases, impact, and the technologies to consider
- Oil Industry Water Challenge and utilizing your water for drilling and completions reduces CAPEX
- Inherently compliant technology equals increased production opportunities and lower supervision costs
- Eliminating the high capital cost of waste water treatment infrastructure
- Zero Waste = significant impact on your bottom line!
CoResource Solutions Inc.
- Wired vs Wireless considerations
- Evolution of wireless deployment topologies
- Integrating wireless measurements into a cloud platform
- What is stopping us from having all the most current information readily at our fingertips?
- Is the solution really that simple; yes, but it can be difficult to implement - a look at what needs to be done within a company
- Our biggest asset is knowledge; how to finally gain an advantage using information
Certified Documentation and Data Management Association
- Traditional well servicing and directional drilling company
- Bonus: complementary service company such as NDT (non-destructive testing) inspection company or a crane inspection company where the field tickets are very different from the traditional “labor-equipment-materials”
- Traditional IoT architecture is not ideal for remote monitoring applications such as well sites
- Edge computing enables processing critical data at the well site instead of the cloud or corporate data centers
- Key benefits include lower communications costs, much lower latency and better data security
- Case studies from Alberta and overseas applications
- New technical perspectives
- Most companies use applications from different vendors to support drilling (and production) activities
- There is often a need to integrate data from disparate systems to support workflows for decision making, analysis and optimization
- Traditional approaches to integrate backend data sources are expensive and time consuming
- Using visual integration to drive data amalgamation and workflow execution is an effective alternative approach
- The effects of implementing accurate, mostly-automated, daily activity and performance reports
- How real-time data and rig/operational state detection can be used to automate reporting and analysis of operational activities
- Re-purposing engineers from report writers to consumers of sophisticated analytics
Independent Data Services
- Implementing well performance models at the edge
- Utilizing MQTT for more efficient field device communications
- Utilizing edge computers to integrate existing automation equipment and achieve better data quality
- Detecting events in the field and utilizing contextualized data along with workflows to automatically add new devices, or send event data to ERP systems to generate work orders
Key topics for 2020:
- Making an economic assessment for developing well site automation
Understand the economic fundamentals and make the business case for developing automation to boost efficiencies
- Integrating new well site automation technologies into existing systems
Build take-home solutions and identify suitable technologies for greater efficiency, lower costs, and safer operations
- Looking at real-time data and cutting-edge communication networks
Avoid the pitfalls and learn from experts on the latest measuring and monitoring technologies and better well site communication systems
- Cost reduction strategies in well site operations for a low oil price market
Ensure a low-cost project is maintained throughout the process in light of the current low oil price market
- New technologies and technical know-how in IoT and well site automation
Explore the latest advances in well site automation and developments in IoT and the tools available to improve on efficiencies and well site operations
- End-user case studies in automation and how to make a successful transition
Gain insight from multiple well sites and implement strategies that others in the industry are using to ensure a successful automation program
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