Halliburton Company has introduced a new data science-driven platform that helps operators?design, build, and operate end-to-end electrical submersible pump (ESP) monitoring solutions. This application can be customised for specific?needs.?
The Intelevate platform integrates historical engineering and performance data with active operational information to provide a holistic view of an operator’s ESP system. The service intelligently processes, analyses, and models production data with real-time visualisation and reporting to develop a comprehensive optimisation plan, including remote changes and interventions, to achieve production goals.
“The Intelevate platform uses existing data, artificial intelligence and machine learning along with real-world experience to provide accurate predictions, insights, and potential solutions for critical business decisions,” said Greg Schneider, Vice President for Artificial Lift. “With the Intelevate platform, we support safe and sustainable ESP operations by delivering extensive, customizable technical well monitoring and optimisation solutions, allowing us to maximise the asset value for our customers.”
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