Experience Visual Analytics at ADIPEC 2018
08 November 2018
The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) and its host, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) are set to welcome 110,000 attendees from 12-15 November in Abu Dhabi. ADIPEC is one of the world’s largest, most important and influential oil and gas events that brings together industry stakeholders and experts to share knowledge and exchange ideas on a brighter future for the energy sector.
Visit https://www.adipec.com/ to find out more about ADIPEC 2018.
EXPERIENCE THE VALUE OF VISUAL ANALYTICS AT HALL 5, STAND 5310-20
This year EV will be showcasing Visual Analytics, a game-chaning service centred on the combination of cutting edge visual diagnostic information and advanced computational analysis techniques. Visual Analytics captures detailed data of complex well issues and presents it in an intuitive and user-friendly way, revealing a complete and quantified 360° view of the problem, its root cause and severity.
EV’S VISUAL ANALYTICS SERVICES PROVIDE A STEP CHANGE IN INTERVENTION EFFICIENCY, PROVIDING CUSTOMERS WITH:
- Crystal clear, live information of downhole status and well performance presented directly at the well site
- Detailed, quantified evaluation of complex well issues enabling real-time decision making capability
- Detailed time-lapse measurements to evaluate operational performance and progress against objectives
- A simplified visual deliverable, enabling an instant and shared understanding of well issues
EV’S QUANTIFIED VISUAL PERFORATION DIAGNOSTIC SERVICE INTRODUCES A DEFINITIVE REALITY ON PERFORATIONS, PROVIDING CUSTOMERS WITH:
- Unrivaled, sub-millimeter measurement accuracy of individual perforation dimensions
- Quantifiable, 360°visual assessment of perforation distribution, geometries and hole size variation
- Time-lapse, perf-by-perf assessment of hydraulic fracturing and stimulation treatment effectiveness
- Identification of over-stimulation, under-stimulation and diagnosis of under-performing wells