“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

In this webinar hear from a panel of industry veterans discuss the strategies and tools that E&P companies can use to increase the accuracy and integrity of their production volume data. We’ll feature TESTit by Quorum Software, a field automation tool that manages gas and liquid meter inspection, sampling, and calibration events to help companies quickly identify exceptions and facilitate accurate volume recalculations.

What you will learn:

  • How capturing better field data can help you find and fix measurement errors faster.
  • How TESTit can automate your field equipment calibration & scheduling.
  • How E&P companies have successfully deployed TESTit and the benefits they have received.

Speaker Bios:

Ryan Sterling
Ryan has spent the last 15 years working various roles in the measurement discipline, spending 10 of those years at BP as a measurement technician. For the last two years he has helped develop, deploy, and support, TESTit, Quorum’s equipment calibration and scheduling tool for field technicians. Ryan’s experience allows him to bring a ‘field-first’ perspective to software development.

Kenny Blackburn
Kenny brings over 30 years of measurement experience to his current position as Product Manager for the Measurement Field Applications at Quorum Software. He has held measurement leadership roles with field service providers as well as operators, spending 15 years combined with El Paso Energy and EP Energy. Kenny serves as a board member for the American School of Gas Measurement Technology (ASGMT) and actively serves on multiple industry standards committees. Kenny has also served as project lead on BLM New Rules enhancement efforts for FLOWCAL, TESTit, and PROVEit applications.

Byron Saunders
Byron is a 10-year veteran of the oil and gas industry, spending time at XTO, Pioneer Energy Services, and his current role as a sales director at Quorum Software. He sits on several industry association boards and attends measurement schools across the country where he hosts hands-on classes to educate measurement technicians on the use and benefits of equipment calibration and scheduling tools.