• Automated Chemical Injection Control
  • Chemical Pump Control
  • Continuous Chemical Monitoring
  • Fluid Handling
  • Inventory  Management of Oil & Gas Chemical Programs

Global Oil prices will witness more volatility in 2018 as global suppliers try to rebalance output. More pressure will be placed on US shale producers to reduce E&P cost. Production chemicals are typically one of the top production operating expenses. Operators want to reduce cost and Chemical Service Providers must be able to provide a higher level of service at a lower cost to be able to compete for their business.

Producers and Service Supply companies have unreliable or non-existent information on direct chemical injection pump operation and inventory data that is less than optimal. Current programs only provide inferential or manually input data of tank levels and track long term usage trends to determine chemical program delivery performance.

The goal should be to better manage programs with:

  • Direct accurate dosing using real time process feedback.
  • Providing the right data to the right person. The production Engineer wants information relating to performance optimization while the dispatcher focuses on optimizing delivery schedules. Too little or too much data or having the wrong information can be a problem.

Having the right information in the right place can help make informed decisions. The ability to determine chemical program effectiveness, reduce transportation cost by improved delivery scheduling, better manage field personnel time, and reduce pump downtime with report by exception monitoring are a few of the areas that can benefit from meaningful data analysis.