Last week I wrote a blog post talking about the TX RRC publishing data to the public that previously was only available via a paid subscription.
After downloading the different data sets and examining the various types of data and formats, I decided to take a closer look at the data that might prove to be useful to us and to our Productioneer clients.
It is not uncommon for location and depth data, as well as other well-header and meta data to be incomplete or non-existent during a software migration, after all this data might not be considered crucial for the daily gauge sheets. Especially in the case of Excel gauge sheets, where additional columns are a waste of “prime real estate” and might be considered as cluttering that particular production report.
It would be nice if we have a quick way to pull the Lat Long data in bulk to speed up the on-boarding process.
The accounting team at TPIC was spending too much time doing manual and repetitive tasks to close out the month and generate regular reporting packets for management. Having worked with us in the past, they asked us to streamline the process.
We promised them we’d make the process as fast and as simple as possible, joking that it would be as easy as pressing a button, and now it is!
A process that used to take days now only takes a few minutes, and all the manual labor has been reduced to a single button press, literally.
Is Your Oilfield Management Platform Doing These 6 Things?
“Digitization is the new lubricant for the future of the oil and gas industry’s upstream sector.” –Strategy& report by PwC
In order to keep a competitive advantage in a cutthroat marketplace, world-class oil and gas operations are tapping into the latest technologies. Augmented reality (AR), machine learning, automation, and robotics are all part of ‘what’s next’ in oil and gas exploration, but the greatest investments in transformative technologies are taking shape around software designed to make exploration more agile and data more accessible than ever before. Continue reading “Is Your Oilfield Management Software Doing These 6 Things?”
Welcome to the second post in our miniseries: “Are You Developing Power BI Reports the Right Way?” In the two-part series we are designing a sample Power BI report visualizing the weather on Mars and using some real world techniques.
Mi4 is excited to announce the public release of the Productioneer Report Portal to all of our Productioneer customers. The Productioneer Report Portal allows Productioneer users to see their Productioneer reports directly in a web browser. To use the portal, users do not need to have Productioneer installed on their computers and can now view their reports on tablet or mobile devices.
Access to the Productioneer Report Portal is included with a Productioneer subscription and is available to all Productioneer customers at no additional cost. Since Productioneer is not priced by user, Productioneer customers can give any member of their organization or partners access to the portal at no additional fee. Continue reading “Productioneer Report Portal General Release”
Data is king, or queen depending on your household dynamics. How you communicate that data and its impact to your clients can help or hurt your business. Both your short and long term relationships can hang in the balance, which is why the quality and delivery of your Power BI reports are everything.
Case Study: Power BI Report Development
In this blog post mini-series, we will be taking you through the process of creating a Power BI report. The demo report draws from one we created for a client as part of a larger dashboard project. It implements a line chart to visualize the weather on Mars.
The actual report we developed had nothing to do with Mars, space, or weather, but you should find it useful to understand how real-life issues can be resolved and optimizations can be employed. The first post in the series focuses on data-prep and implementation of a legend slicer.
In the world of software consulting, it is impossible to ignore the recent precipitous growth of cloud-based software solutions. Since 2016, worldwide spending on cloud-based software has increased by 42% and is expected to rise another 38% by 2020. Cloud capabilities enable new streams of connectivity to take shape in our global networks that make our businesses operate smoothly and more efficiently. Continue reading “The 7 Benefits of Creating a Simple Software Solution Using the Cloud”