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JANUARY 2017 | DATA-DRIVEN OIL FIELDS | EPMAG.COM 16 KEY PL AYERS KEY PL AYERS KEY PL AYERS Additionally, Schlumberger's INTERSECT high-resolution reservoir simulator is designed to accurately and quickly model complex geological structures, highly heterogeneous formations and challenging wells and completion confi gurations. By com- bining physics and performance in a fi t-for-purpose reservoir simulator, the INTERSECT simulator enables reservoir engi- neers to better understand the progression of hydrocarbon at a resolution that is otherwise too costly to simulate. Schlumberger also offers production software for produc- tion engineering, economics, drilling operations, production operations and well planning. Siemens Siemens offerings include power generation, transmission and dis- tribution, automation, compression, pumping and water treatment technologies. With its recent acquisition of Dresser-Rand, Siemens now has a comprehensive portfolio of equipment and capability for the oil and gas industry and a much expanded installed base. Siemens boasts that with its integrated engineering software, designed for challenging environments, users can design, install, commission, operate and maintain their assets throughout the complete life cycle, from concept to modernization. This approach "reduces project engineering, leading to earlier op- eration, faster ROI [return on investment] and reduced opex costs," the company said. Siemens also provides industrial information technologies that are designed to ensure full interoperability, integrate from automation solutions to enterprise resource planning and manu- facturing execution system levels, and deliver real-time operations intelligence, according to the company. In addition, Siemens supplies complete infi eld subsea dis- tribution systems. The company's subsea products and systems portfolio covers a broad spectrum of applications, including pioneering technologies for subsea control and surveillance to service and support. Teledyne Oil & Gas Teledyne Oil & Gas, a subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies, pro- vides products for subsea power transmission, data transmission, and sensing and monitoring applications to E&P operators. The company's primary product brands are Teledyne AG Geophysical (AGG) Products, Teledyne Cable Solutions, Teledyne Cormon, Teledyne DGO, Teledyne Impulse and Teledyne ODI. Teledyne AGG manufactures tough connectors and assemblies originally designed for operation in and around the seismic source airguns in seismic explorations. The design makes these assemblies ideal for harsh environment applications, the company said. Teledyne Cormon designs and manufactures subsea and surface erosion and corrosion sensors as well as fl ow assurance monitor- ing systems. The organization's sensing and monitoring systems include erosion and corrosion sensors, injection and sampling systems, intrusive measurement probes, pressure temperature sensors, data transmitters and receivers, and more for topside and subsea pipeline asset integrity corrosion monitoring. Teledyne Impulse manufactures a wide range of dry-mate interconnect assemblies for splash to deep ocean applications for power and data transmission. Teradata Teradata provides end-to-end solutions and services in data warehousing, Big Data and analytics. The Teradata Unifi ed Data Architecture (UDA) helps users obtain a unifi ed, 360-degree view of their data, making it possible to more effectively organize, store and leverage data. Teradata UDA FIGURE 2. Results from the Maze microfl uidic SARA analysis have multiple upstream and downstream applications—including validating oil samples prior to pressure, volume and temperature analysis, understanding physical and refi ning properties, assessing crude oil value, and supporting fl ow assurance and geochemical studies. FIGURE 2. Results from the Maze microfl uidic SARA FIGURE 1. During the test design process, GeoTesting services are used to optimize test design for characterizing geological features of interest and providing alternative test options. Uncertainty in the geological model is included during the design process to ensure optimal data quality as well as deliver analysis that accurately refl ects the reservoir. (Images courtesy of Schlumberger) FIGURE 1. During the test design process, GeoTesting

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