Halliburton Co. has successfully deployed its Landmark’s Digital Well Program as a core component of BP’s Well Design Optimizer project, the company said on Nov. 2.
The Well Design Optimizer streamlines and automates the well planning process to empower users to optimize well designs for placement and production. The solution uses Landmark’s Digital Well Program, a DecisionSpace 365 cloud application, which combines planning and design processes on a single and open platform to transform how wells are constructed and delivered.
Digital Well Program helps BP to accelerate their end-to-end well delivery and increase efficiency through automated workflows, multiscenario analysis, and digital twin models.
“Halliburton is excited to collaborate with BP to reduce planning time, accelerate design cycles, and increase well design accuracy,” said Nagaraj Srinivasan, senior vice president of Landmark, Halliburton Digital Solutions and Consulting. “This open and agile collaboration highlights the operational impact of digital workflows and data-driven decisions based on a standards and cloud-based software suite.”
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