- Analytics & Modeling - Machine Learning
- Sensors - Utility Meters
- Oil & Gas
- Asset Health Management (AHM)
- Leakage & Flood Monitoring
- Data Science Services
- Testing & Certification
Oil and gas companies need to raise productivity, lower production costs, avoid downtime, and prevent asset failures. Manual methods for ESP monitoring and optimization are time-consuming, expensive, and prone to human error.
About The Customer
Vital Energy is a leading energy company that focuses on the acquisition, exploration, and development of oil and natural gas properties. They prioritize operational efficiency, production optimization, and digital transformation. ESP-operated wells play a strategic role in their digital transformation strategy.
SoftServe helped Vital Energy build a comprehensive solution on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Deep Neural Network (DNN) algorithms and optimization techniques. The solution models the entire system by simulating telemetry and production with different scenarios, allowing operators to find the best possible controls to meet constraints. It also provides real-time dashboards, forecasts, and parameter recommendations for better decision-making.
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