PetroTech: Data Driven Approach to Wellbore Diagrams

Speaker James Morley, Director of Operations, WellEz Information Management
James Morley manages the ongoing operations of WellEz and works closely with the 120+ Oil and Gas operators who utilize their daily services to capture and report well site operations. WellEz focuses on providing exceptional support to the field users and engineers who rely on the Drilling, Completions, Workover, and ...

James Morley manages the ongoing operations of WellEz and works closely with the 120+ Oil and Gas operators who utilize their daily services to capture and report well site operations. WellEz focuses on providing exceptional support to the field users and engineers who rely on the Drilling, Completions, Workover, and other data sets captured in the application to control costs and identify opportunities for increased efficiency. Prior to assuming the role of Director of Operations in late 2009, James managed WellEz’s 24/7 support service. Before joining the company, he worked at Dell in Round Rock, Texas developing IT infrastructure for both new and established clients. James holds a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and is a graduate of the Project Management Institute.

Full Description

 

Wellbore diagrams provide an organization with a powerful tool to visualize the downhole status of a well. They are often described as the most important single reporting document produced during Drilling, Completions, and Production operations. Unfortunately, they are generally incredibly time consuming to produce or update, and once created some are either unavailable or unreadable. WellEz provides clients with a unique approach to visualizing this well site data in drawing the diagrams automatically as users enter their daily information required for morning reports. This talk will cover the different approaches of software offerings to visualize wellbore diagrams and the components needed to draw a typical wellbore diagram, explain how to read the basics of a wellbore diagram, and give examples of auditing data from an engineering tech’s perspective.

Organizer Jessica Morgan, jmorgan@blackstoneminerals.com

When?

Tue, May. 12, 2015
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. US/Central

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Sheraton/Brookhollow
3000 North Loop W
Houston, TX 77092
United States

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