The fifth milestone checked off the list, moving towards completion of applying our AI software also to legacy rig systems and old installations 

02.05.22 08:42 AM By Alina - Comment(s)
The fifth milestone checked off the list, moving towards completion of applying our AI software also to legacy rig systems and old installations 
The Demo2000 program is our demonstration of how the same AI technologies can be applied and add value to existing infrastructure.

Lowering emissions by applying well control software to carbon capture, utilisation, and storage

23.02.22 08:33 AM By Alina - Comment(s)
Lowering emissions by applying well control software to carbon capture, utilisation, and storage

CCUS TECHNOLOGY

With concentrations of CO2 increasing rapidly and countries rushing to meet the aims set by the Paris Agreements, Carbon capture, utilisation, and storage, technology has become one of the most important technologies in helping reach this goal. CCUS is essential in keeping temperature...

eDrilling and Automatic Control Engineering (ACE) join forces to diffuse AI-based technologies to the region of South-East Europe

20.01.22 11:13 AM By Alina - Comment(s)
eDrilling and Automatic Control Engineering (ACE) join forces to diffuse AI-based technologies to the region of South-East Europe
eDrilling and Automatic Control Engineering (ACE) join forces to diffuse AI-based technologies in the region of South-East Europe

Continued 100% customer success also in 2021, using eDrilling's AI-based technologies in well construction

12.01.22 09:44 AM By Alina - Comment(s)
Continued 100% customer success also in 2021, using eDrilling's AI-based technologies in well construction

100% customer success rate also in 2021 – no wells with hazardous incidents, and zero sidetracks, using our AI-based technologies in well construction – consequently spending much less time per well while meeting the all-important carbon emission goals of the industry. 

An earnest thanks to our ...

eDrilling Software now recommends tripping speed by running multiple simulations

04.01.22 02:44 PM By Alina - Comment(s)
eDrilling Software now recommends tripping speed by running multiple simulations

Great to see that our software now recommends tripping speed by running multiple forward simulations and selecting the optimal speed for a whole trip-in sequence inside casing.


As you see it recommends 5-6 m/s in the casing section! Guess the rig is only capable of 2 m/s.  



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