Loading Historical Data into SiteView,
A North American oil producer needed a way to load hundreds of sites and related job information into SiteView. The solution was to use Peloton’s new Custom Data Loader template. This case study describes how the Custom Data Loader was used to solve the importing challenge.
The Value of Facility Data Integration in SiteView ,
Facility data is generated by multiple sources and captured through multiple applications. A significant amount of data is typically managed in redundancy. This redundancy limits the value of the data by creating barriers in the accuracy and consistency of the facility data. Without strong governance, companies may not fully realize the value of the data, may expend unnecessary resources in searching for and capturing data, or may make decisions based on inaccurate data.
This case study presents the benefits gained and strategic implementation employed by Denbury Resources, a US independent oil and natural gas company, in utilizing SiteView as the system of integration and interface for facility data.
Managing Integrity, Regulatory Reporting and Risk in SiteView ,
This case study presents how SiteView® allows LINN Energy to better manage site information, giving easy access to regulatory reporting, enhanced risk assessment, and consistent data in all their business areas.
Pason WellView DataLink,
Pason is a world leader in capturing electronic drilling data, leading to improved data quality and reduced data entry. Peloton and Pason developed a solution to automate time and depth-based data from Pason systems into WellView. When the Pason data is loaded into WellView, it can be combined with your reporting data to give a more complete understanding of the operations. Use Time Tracks, Analytics, and Reports to correlate time-based data, view depth data for multiple wells, capture your rig activity, and more!
Request our new data sheet to learn about the features in this unique collaboration between Peloton and Pason.
Trican Cement Import into WellView,
Cementing is the most important operation performed on a well, ensuring complete zonal isolation, aquifer protection, and structural integrity of the wellbore. Without a properly performed cement job, the well may never reach its full production potential, and liquids from one zone could interfere with, or be lost to, another. Cement job summary and sensor data provide the record of the well’s lifecycle, from construction to abandonment and reclamation. The data associated with these critical operations should be housed by the well’s current operator and accessible at any time. WellView is the source of record for cement job summary and sensor details.
Trican Well Service Ltd. is an energy service company based in the (WCSB) Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Trican has expertise in well cementing and integrity services, from conventional to artesian and SAG-D applications. Their proficiency includes more technical operations such as modeling, abandonments, and lost circulation. Trican has performed 40% of the cementing operations in the WCSB since 2005 and houses a complete, accurate structured database of all cement curves and summary data from treatments.
This case study outlines a new way to import all cement data directly from Trican into WellView.
Importing Mud Details into WellView,
Mud Properties are a vital part of drilling a safe and efficient well. Accurate capture of this data is critical for operators because it informs the operator’s understanding of the drilling hydraulics necessary to design and drill safe wells. Proper mud management is one of the keys for adequate barriers in place to mitigate any formation communication with the surface, and a well planned mud program can save thousands of dollars per well.
This case study describes a new way to import mud data directly from the vendor into WellView as implemented by Noble Energy, an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company.
Loading Teardown Data into WellView,
When production equipment (such as a downhole pump) stops working as designed, the manufacturer may analyze the failure to determine the root cause of the problem and a course of action to repair the equipment. The failure analysis details are documented in a teardown report.
WellView is the source of record for the operator’s downhole equipment. When the equipment is run for installation, or pulled due to failure or replacement, these details are recorded in WellView. The failures and teardown details from the manufacturer can also be stored. Combining teardown details with mechanical and operational information already in WellView supports failure analysis.
Teardown reports from vendors vary wildly in content and format. Typically they are provided in Excel or PDF format and are archived in email or on a network drive. The value of having root cause detail in WellView for analysis is lost. Clients want an easy way to load teardown reports into WellView.
This case study outlines how clients can use Peloton’s Data Loader template to load teardown data directly from vendors into WellView.
Frac Data Loading and Analysis,
Frac details can be tracked, reported, and visualized in WellView. This data is critical for companies to manage their frac operations, and it is part of daily completions reporting and analysis. This case study describes a frac data loading, reporting, and analysis workflow that was implemented by a Permian Basin Operator in North America. The workflow has resulted in time savings and improved data accuracy and access.
WellView to WellView Data Exchange ,
Relative to joint investments in well exploration and development, it is common for operator companies to share a daily summary of activities with non-operating owners. A big hurdle for operators is to agree to the scope of data to be shared, and the frequency this data is shared. To oversee their investments, owners invest a lot of time and money re-keying the operator's data into a system.
This case study describes how four companies collaborated with Peloton on a WellView to WellView data exchange initiative.The primary objective of the data exchange is to reduce the burden of operator reporting while allowing better insight into joint operations where a growing percentage of capital is invested. With this initiative, these four Peloton clients have realized cost savings.
Importing Cement Details into WellView ,
Cement details can be tracked, reported, and visualized in WellView. This data is critical for clients and is part of recording well construction and integrity.
This case study describes a new way to import cement data from the vendor into WellView as implemented by Enerplus Resources (USA) Corporation, a North American energy producer.
The Value of Non-Operated Well Data in WellView ,
A significant portion of any Exploration & Production budget may be expended on non-operated wells. With non-operated wells, you pay a percentage for drilling, development, and operating costs, but you do not manage the operation. Instead it is managed by the partner company. It is critical to monitor both your operated and non-operated wells. Loss of oversight on full operational data limits the ability to analyze costs and provide input on operational issues.
This case study presents the benefits that Eni, a multi-national oil and gas company, gained from utilizing WellView to manage both operated and non-operated well data sets.
ROI Analysis of Well Servicing Activities using WellView ,
Traditionally, data related to well servicing events has been captured in an ad-hoc manner and stored in a variety of different systems. An ad-hoc approach can result in non-standard methods and classifications. Using different systems does not allow for a single source for the full well history as well as pre and post event production rates. Therefore, it is difficult to properly quantify the well servicing activities and return on investment (ROI).
This case study presents how a multi-national oil and gas operator uses WellView to bridge this data gap. Using WellView has resulted in better insight into costs, benefits, and the return on investment of its well servicing operations.
TRACKING PLUG & ABANDONMENT DETAILS IN WELLVIEW,
This case study presents how a US oil and gas operator adopted WellView® to track plug and abandonment details.
IMPROVING COST TRACKING USING THE WORK ORDER MANAGER ,
This paper highlights the central role of WellView® as the definitive system of record for directional survey data. It illustrates how the WITSML communication standard is being leveraged for integration with vendor data at a major international oil & gas company.
WELL INTEGRITY IN WELLVIEW ,
Management of well integrity is important at every stage in the well lifecycle. It is a process that requires good practices and data governance. There are considerations related to reporting requirements, operational management, and continuous improvement processes.
This case study presents how an oil and gas operator used WellView, Peloton's well lifecycle data management solution, to manage well integrity and to improve overall knowledge of its operational status.
TUBING SCAN ANALYSIS ,
A tubing scan is a way to diagnose the condition of tubing joints before running in the hole and after pulling out of the hole. The scan is used to determine the remaining thickness and usability of the tubing, on a joint by joint basis.
This case study details how an oil and gas producer used WellView® for tubing scan data storage and analysis.
Importing Mud Details into WellView,
Mud Properties are a vital part of drilling a safe and efficient well. Accurate capture of this data is critical for operators because it informs the operator’s understanding of the drilling hydraulics necessary to design and drill safe wells. Proper mud management is one of the keys for adequate barriers in place to mitigate any formation communication with the surface, and a well planned mud program can save thousands of dollars per well. This case study describes a new way to import mud data directly from the vendor into WellView as implemented by Noble Energy, an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company.
TUBING CHANGE RETURN ON INVESTMENT: A WELL REVIEW CASE STUDY,
This case study shows the advantages of integrating Peloton’s ProdView and WellView applications for the well review process, specifically for tubing change ROI ( Return on Investment).
The case study gives a client example that illustrates the use of ProdView and WellView in the well review process to determine if a well intervention is required.
USING PELOTON'S DATA MIGRATION TOOL TO CHANGE DATABASE APPLICATIONS ,
After a Peloton client upgraded to a new version of WellView, the North American energy producer also wanted to migrate a large number of wells to a SQL Server database from Oracle. The solution was Peloton's Data Migration tool.
IMPROVING COST TRACKING USING THE WORK ORDER MANAGER ,
This case study gives an example of how to use the Peloton Work Order Manager to improve your cost tracking in WellView® or SiteView®.