The DELFI cognitive E&P environment is a collaborative technology that unites the E&P life cycle in the cloud. It’s open, secure, scalable, and fully managed, seamlessly connecting people, data and leading software applications across exploration, development, drilling, production and midstream—all delivered through a flexible and personalized SaaS subscription model.
Within DELFI Petrotechnical suite, we have PIPESIM. The PIPESIM simulator offers the industry’s most comprehensive steady-state flow assurance workflows for front-end system design and production operations. The flow assurance capabilities of the simulator enable engineers to ensure safe and effective fluid transport—from sizing of facilities, pipelines, and lift systems, to ensuring effective liquids and solids management, to well and pipeline integrity.
Come and join us on Thursday, November 5th 3pm-7pm CT for the PIPESIM in DELFI Introduction Workshop! Instruction on how to access DELFI and webex invitation will be sent few days before the workshop.
Before you attend the workshop on Thursday, Nov 5th 3pm-7pm CT, you must attend at least one of the onboarding PIPESIM DELFI sessions. The purpose of the onboarding session is to make sure your PIPESIM in DELFI is setup correctly prior to the workshop on Nov 5th. (There was a slight change on the DELFI tenant for our class – as such an onboarding process is needed. We apologize for the sudden noticed). Please attend either one of these onboarding sessions:
- Wednesday, October 28th 4pm-5pm CT (PIPESIM in DELFI Onboarding) - meeting sent from Webex
-Tuesday, November 3rd, 4pm-5pm CT (PIPESIM in DELFI Onboarding) - meeting sent from Webex
November 5th Workshop Session:
- Introduction to DELFI
- The basics of Production Engineering
- PIPESIM GIS and Network Simulation Exercise
What we will provide:
- Access to PIPESIM in DELFI for the workshop duration
- Software Demonstration
- Case Study
In order to have PIPESIM in DELFI setup, you need to have full administrative rights access on your computer. Mac or Windows operating system is required. It is preferred you have dual monitor screen for the Nov. 5th workshop.