Zedi Automation as a Service, because juggling is for the circus

Posted by Doug Watt on May 8, 2019 1:16:46 PM

Maybe you’ve declared your intention to automate your production. That’s great. It’s a growing trend and it will really boost efficiency. But the jury is still out on whether to do it in-house or to let us do it for you.

I have a question that may clarify that decision for you:

What are you good at?

You’re good at evaluating leases, considering how to economically produce a field and to get that oil and gas to market. If you were to jump into field automation in-house, what would that look like in terms of hiring, training and implementing?

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The Impact of Unplanned or Reactive Maintenance

Posted by Doug Watt on Mar 3, 2017 11:25:03 AM

The cost of unplanned maintenance activities such as replacing or repairing failed equipment is high; lost production, expensive labor (call outs, overtime) and damaged equipment adds up.

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Roots in Oklahoma: Real Innovation and How Things Have Changed

Posted by Jim Obenshain on Jan 16, 2017 2:20:38 PM

Although I moved to Oklahoma a little over two years ago, my family has deep roots here. My Great Grandfather and Grandfather owned and operated oil wells around Stroud, Oklahoma, sometime around the mid-1920’s. I heard stories from the “patch” since I was a little boy, and was fascinated by what I was hearing. This started a long path to the oil industry for me.

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Technology: Finding the Selling Point

Posted by Femi Odutola on Jun 29, 2016 11:10:49 AM

 “That’s great BUT what does that mean for our jobs?” This is the question I’m often asked as I make trips across North American oil fields, selling the benefits of automation, oil and gas SCADA and technology in the energy industry. Sometimes those questions are implied but on a few occasions, they couldn’t be any more direct.

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