Reveal Energy Services improves completion performance with cloud-based evaluation engine


DENVER - Reveal Energy Services announced the commercialization of the DSCVRi cloud-based completion evaluation engine to support the industry’s age of fiscal discipline. The company is presenting the secure web portal at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) in Denver, July 22–24.

“In this age of fiscal discipline, we’re continuing to develop technology that offers immediate answers operators can act on,” said Sudhendu Kashikar, CEO of Reveal Energy Services. “With the DSCVRi engine, operators can determine the hydraulic fracturing strategy with the highest ROI.”

As US operators develop their shale oil and gas assets with tighter budgets, their demand is continually increasing for superior technology that improves completion performance. This industry dynamic for greater fiscal discipline is the context for the development of the DSCVRi engine—in addition to all other Reveal Energy Services’ technology—that allows operators to consolidate their hydraulic fracturing results in one web portal and quickly identify stimulation design patterns. With this information, operators can complete better wells at lower cost.

The DSCVRi engine, the company’s second technology commercialization in five months and seventh overall in three years, has data from region, well, and stage levels. The web portal includes their Reveal Energy Services’ IMAGE Frac™ pressure-based fracture map and FracEYESM frac hit analysis service data, all in a central location with consistent formats and reports. Combined with the interactive, standardized dashboards, the web portal lets operators test ideas and arrive at statistically valid conclusions through a continual improvement and learning process.

During URTeC, the company’s geoscientists and completion engineers will be presenting the DSCVRi engine, IMAGE Frac technology and four complementary services, and the FracEYE service. Reveal Energy Services’ technology is field-proven in more than 10,000 hydraulic fracturing stages in the US and Canada.

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