Announcing P2 Field Operator 1.0: Mobile Field Data Capture Solution Enhances Collaboration Between Field and Back Office

07/17/2017

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Big Data in the Oilfield

07/03/2017
Big Data in the Oilfield

How data can be brought to bear on the everyday through predictive analytics
 

This article was originally featured in Energy Voice.

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Crescent Point Energy U.S. Corp., a Leader in the Uinta and Bakken, Goes Live on P2 Merrick

08/29/2016

Team anticipates efficiency improvements from the field all the way through to the reporting process

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Production Capability Maturity Model: How to Make the Transition From Reactive to Proactive Upstream Oil and Gas Operations

02/24/2016
Production Capability Maturity Model: How to Make the Transition From Reactive to Proactive Upstream Oil and Gas Operations

When companies begin to see data as an operational differentiator, they’re ready to advance to the Proactive level

This is the second in a five-part series about the Production Capability Maturity Model for upstream oil and gas companies. This blog covers the Reactive-to-Proactive transition and why upstream organizations make it.

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Production Capability Maturity Model: How to Upgrade From Ad Hoc Operations to a Reactive Mode

02/23/2016
Production Capability Maturity Model: How to Upgrade From Ad Hoc Operations to a Reactive Mode

Recognizing the need for a connected field and back office is the tipping point for the upward move

This is the first in a five-part series about the Production Capability Maturity Model for upstream oil and gas companies. This blog covers the Ad Hoc-to-Reactive jump and why upstream organizations make it.

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How to Improve Your Hydrocarbon Allocations in 4 Easy Steps

07/09/2015
How to Improve Your Hydrocarbon Allocations in 4 Easy Steps

Production accounting should be a top priority for every upstream oil and gas organization

It could be argued that production accounting is the heartbeat of every upstream oil and gas company.

Those words certainly aren’t meant to minimize the many other E&P disciplines, only to highlight the significance of hydrocarbon allocations.

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Best Practices in Hydrocarbon Allocations

06/22/2015
Best Practices in Hydrocarbon Allocations

In a perfect world, wells, field measurement, and their corresponding hydrocarbon allocations would be developed simultaneously, but fiscal limitations, regulations, and changing calculation requirements make the reality much more complex. And with multiple consumers and downstream processes within an upstream company relying on the results of these allocations, it is important that some fundamental best practices be followed to ensure accuracy and timeliness.

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How to Find Opportunity in NGL Complexities

05/08/2015
How to Find Opportunity in NGL Complexities

For oil and gas operators, properly managing NGLs can lead to better operational decision-making and healthier profits

A natural gas is a natural gas is a natural gas, right?

Well, not exactly.

Nothing revolutionary here, but different gases serve different purposes and fetch different prices.

The latter part of that sentence is the focus of this post.

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Demystifying NGL Management: How To Improve Your Operational Visibility & Decision-Making

04/27/2015
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During times of significant price disparity between liquids and gas, it has become increasingly important for upstream oil and gas companies to sell NGLs and effectively manage the measurement, allocation, and reporting of them. There are many complex problems associated with NGLs, including quality analysis, complex allocations, and the fact that plant operating data used to determine daily liquids-to-gas breakdown isn’t available until weeks after the close of the month and is available only at the monthly level.

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Say Goodbye To Runaway Run Tickets... And Mason Jars

03/10/2015

The oil and gas run-ticket process in its traditional form is far from perfect. It relies heavily on manual processes, redundant data entry, and tedious reconciliation work, all of which make it an error-prone and time-sapping endeavor. The good news is, run-ticket programs don’t have to be like this.

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