How Deep Imaging is using cloud computing to boost oil and gas production performance
Oil and gas operators are feeling the pinch. “Their wells are underperforming, so they can’t get enough oil out of the ground and they are missing financial forecasts,” says Josh Ulla, Chief Development Officer at Deep Imaging. “The scary thing is they often don’t know the root causes of what’s leading to well underperformance.”
Analytics are the life blood of the business world at large, but for the most part, they haven’t yet taken a strong hold in the energy industry. That’s where startups like Deep Imaging Technologies, which provides real-time fluid tracking services to the oil and gas industry, are coming in.