Guest blog post by derick.jose
Each blow costs the Oil and Gas industry a Billion dollars.
Can we avoid it? Can we see it coming and take action?
We also know that each operating rig consists of thousands of sensors. This sensor data is used to analyse and reduce HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) risk considerably and dollars.
The current situation in the upstream side of oil n gas industry is that there are a plethora of fragmented data streams which have not been seen in a holistic fashion. They consist of Reserves Geospatial data, MWD Measurement While Drilling data / Remotely steerable down hole tools - RPM, Down hole pressures from fibre optic sensors, Temperature sensors, Circulation solids, SCADA data from Valve events and Pump events, Asset operating parameters, Out of condition alarms, Safety Incident data pools , Seismic Survey Data, Identity management logs ( Swipe in, Swipe outs), Contractor data points and Ambient conditions. These can be broadly segmented into 2 data classes
- Velocity ( Real time streaming MWD, LWD, SCADA data streams ) and
- Variety ( Unstructured Reserves data, Geospatial data, Safety incident notes , Surveillance Video streams )
So what's the cost of data fragmentation in last mile ? This fragmentation prevents risk/safety specialists from seeing the risk context holistically and the right lenses are not in place to get the context and triangulate early warning patterns.
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