How data insights help you win big

Posted by Amy Thibault on Dec 26, 2019 5:30:00 AM

In 2011, IBM’s Watson took on two of Jeopardy’s top winners in a contest of knowledge and speed. After three exciting days, Watson had more than tripled the winnings of either human. Let's apply that to oil and gas production data insights enabling you to triple your 'winnings' - by gaining more production, more profits and more sustainability.

In the digital oilfield that lives on data and is powered by computers light years past Watson, end users are starting to get answers to questions they never dreamed of asking before.

Instead of competing with computers, many oil and gas producers are teaming with AI (artificial intelligence) so that everyone wins. And keeps winning.

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Uncharted waters—solving the mystery of unusual gas meter numbers

Posted by Christina Robertson on Feb 9, 2018 12:15:00 PM

 

 

In a perfect world, your machine-generated chart recorder would always work right. Pens would never get stuck or skip; the red and blue pens would always be in the right place, giving the right readings for static and differential; and moisture would never be a factor (I’m looking at you, Louisiana swamps!).

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Make sense out of nonsense: tame your big data

Posted by Community User on Mar 28, 2012 1:34:00 AM

This blog post has been updated as of May 4th, 2021

Several years ago I was at a customer site and there were two executives who were struggling to figure out if a field they recently purchased was producing as much as they were expecting.

They had over fifty reports in their system, but they didn't know where to look. It didn't help that they had multiple systems and each one had slightly different numbers. Everything this company did was electronic-based and they collected so much data that obviously they had this information somewhere. The big question, though, was where do you look?

 

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