Schlumberger releases new production operations software
Schlumberger has announced the release of the Avocet 2012 production operations software platform.
DENVER, Colorado – Schlumberger has announced the release of the Avocet 2012 production operations software platform. The company says that the Avocet platform has been engineered to combine a complete and up-to-date picture of operations with engineering analysis capabilities to pinpoint the reasons for production shortfalls, enabling producing assets to hit production targets consistently.
The company says that Avocet 2012 is a single, integrated platform that combines well operations and production data management systems—from capturing and validating field data, to production and equipment surveillance, and tracking of specialized oilfield operations. The Avocet platform supports production computations, visualization of production networks, and reporting of current and historical information.
Additional capabilities include component allocations, determination of artificial lift efficiency, AFE and workover performance tracking, and a tracking system to avoid costly well integrity problems and record well completion operations to meet regulatory requirements.