This talk addresses some of the factors that are important in enhancing well delivery performance including a software scheduling solution that integrates data from all disciplines to give a 360⁰ view of operations.
Well delivery scheduling is a complex and critical process, with substantial economic impact. Done well, it maximizes the efficient use of costly resources such as rigs, warns of operational risks, improves organizational responsiveness to operational changes, and yields substantial economic benefits. Done poorly, the consequences can be severe: deferred production, cycle time delays, and increased costs.
1990s-era scheduling software focuses on resource assignments and activity dates and not much else. Costs, material requirements, resource utilization/NPT, and the ability to create and evaluate scenarios for any contingency, are missing. DSO/Maintenance, Actenum’s AI-powered scheduling software, provides a 360° view of your operations.
Operators are keen to use their capital as effectively and efficiently as possible, and so are always seeking ways to improve operational performance. In this podcast, Actenum’s Owen Plowman talks with Mark Stansberry and shares some of the significant gains he’s seen operators achieve from a focus on how their organization capitalizes on advanced software tools used for scheduling operations.
Oil and gas industry veteran, Marty Stetzer, hosts a regular podcast for EKT Interactive. A recent show featured Actenum’s, Owen Plowman, talking to Marty about how improving drilling scheduling can benefit operational performance, and, more importantly, how it can help you to avoid missing your targets.