January 2019
Features

Artificial intelligence drives early-warning alerts to prevent ESP disruptions

Artificial intelligence may seem like a solution in search of a problem, but an on-line retailer has used it since 2006, helping to grow sales by 1,600%. It’s now being applied in oil and gas operations, and it added value in an E&P pilot program with 30 electrical submersible pumps.
Matthew Chinn / Siemens Mirko Wutkewicz / Siemens

Please Log IN view this article.

Not yet a subscriber? For just $149/year, you can claim unlimited access to World Oil's content.*

Each subscription includes: 

  • Unlimited access to all content on WorldOil.com
  • Exclusive drilling forecast data, by state, country and region
  • State-by-state results from the survey of U.S. operators
  • Updated producing oil and gas well figures, by state
  • Exclusive access to World Oil's conference presentations
  • Proprietary data tables covering casing, tubing, drill bits and fluids
  • Exclusive World Oil maps (published three times per year)
  • Daily coverage of industry news and developments\
  • Industry whitepapers, webcasts, videos and supplements.

Start your subscription today! 

 

 

*Access will be granted the next business day.
Connect with World Oil
Connect with World Oil, the upstream industry's most trusted source of forecast data, industry trends, and insights into operational and technological advances.