HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Maana, the pioneer of digital knowledge technology, announced that it will present its WellLine application at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), May 6-9, at NRG Park in Houston, Texas.
At this premier energy event, Jeff Dalgliesh, Maana’s Director of Oil Field Digital Transformation, will present a paper titled ‘AI-Driven Well Timelines for Well Optimization,’ highlighting Maana’s research behind the latest cognitive innovations to optimize offshore operations. The paper explores how artificial intelligence and machine learning are used to digitally re-construct well histories, using both public and company-specific historical well data.
WellLine generates a digital knowledge layer of wells on Microsoft Azure and provides an intelligent timeline of significant well events from all phases of well operations such as drilling, production, completions, workovers, and plug and abandonments.
“The Offshore Technology Conference provides a great platform for sharing knowledge and innovations in the oil and gas industry. Maana in collaboration with Microsoft provides customers with a Digital Knowledge Layer of Wells on Azure using siloed, historical data,” said Dalgliesh. “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to attend and present at this year’s conference.”
Celebrating 50 years, OTC’s flagship conference attracts energy experts from across the world and is recognized globally as the premier offshore technology event. To learn more about Maana’s WellLine application, visit wellline.com
Maana organizes the world’s industrial data and human expertise into digital knowledge to enable millions of experts to make better decisions affecting the global economy and human civilization. Using our Knowledge Platform™ and its proprietary Computational Knowledge Graph™, Fortune Global 500 industrial companies drive answers to operational questions that direct the future. Operating internationally, Maana is a privately-held company with offices in Menlo Park, California; Bellevue, Washington; Houston, Texas; London, UK; and Dhahran, Saudi Arabia