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Amy Moore

Maximizing Oil & Gas Profitability with Energy Data in Balance Part 4 – Now is the Perfect Time for Volumetrics Digital Transformation

“Rip and replace” is a phrase that instantly conjures an emotional response for software users long accustomed to their workflow on legacy systems. For the C-suite, the prospect of a long software implementation process and the associated CapEx is completely avoidable if the status quo still works, i.e., if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it....
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Maximizing Oil & Gas Profitability with Energy Data in Balance Part 3 – SCADA, Measurement and Production Accounting in Harmony

The digital oilfield ecosystem has never been bigger with the breadth and depth of software solutions continuing to expand. Volumetrics is a microcosm of this larger digital ecosystem, represented by myriad types of software such as production accounting, field data capture, allocations, and measurement data management, analytics, and diagnostics. Field data capture alone represents a...
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Maximizing Oil & Gas Profitability with Energy Data in Balance Part 2 – You Can’t Manage What You Can’t Measure

by Amy Moore Oil & gas volumetrics is a machine with many moving parts. Like a digital gathering system, it all starts at the wellhead where data begins flowing, either from automated supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) equipment connected to metering stations or hand entered by field staff. The accounting movement of hydrocarbons must...
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Maximizing Oil & Gas Profitability with Energy Data in Balance Part1 – Are You Losing Money to Bad Data?

Maximizing Oil & Gas Profitability with Energy Data in Balance Part1 – Are You Losing Money to Bad Data? by Amy Moore When it comes to oil & gas volumetrics, we live in a nonprecise world. Crude oil storage tanks expand with the sun’s heat, dints in a hauler change its actual volume, and natural...
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