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Saving Time and Money in Water Hauling

October 29, 2020
For most companies, managing data from the field is not a seamless experience. Data often comes in late or contains errors. The traditional process of collecting the data can make it difficult to use for decision-making on your timetable, invoicing, or invoice approval without having to track down personnel in the field to hunt down or verify the information.  
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Mobile EAM for Production Operations

October 20, 2020
Real Problem Solving in Real Time How Digital Work Order Management Streamlines Operations Work orders have always been an integral component of necessary preventative management and maintenance programs deployed by all sectors of the oil and gas industry. Traditionally, a field technician, staff member, tenant or vendor would fill out and submit a request for authorization of essential repair, maintenance or operation work. Typically this paper-based system covers the reasoning why the maintenance or repair is needed; what necessary resources are required to complete the work; provide detailed instructions on how the work is to be completed; provide complete documentation of what work has been done along with the resources used and, finally, track all work done on each asset. After all these details are addressed, the work order would include the information of all personnel involved in the project from request to authorization and include when and where the work is completed.
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Predictive Maintenance with Detechtion

October 15, 2020
No More Dropped Issues How Digital Workflows Can Decrease Costs for Your Oilfield As the oil and gas industry looks to cut costs while simultaneously boosting productivity through efficiency, predictive maintenance remains an integral asset. The value provided by predictive maintenance for operators is what drives and inspires Detechtion Technologies, and it is why we have focused our efforts on the oil and gas industry’s needs in the production of our Fieldlink app.
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Enalysis Version 5.0 - Predictive Maintenance

October 5, 2020
Enalysis Version 5.0 is now live and offers a new and greatly improved user experience allowing customers to better identify, investigate and act on valuable opportunities for improving their assets’ and fleets’ performance. In addition to improving the overall user experience, Enalysis Version 5.0 is built on an entirely new platform dramatically improving the software’s scalability, ability to deliver new features in a rapidly evolving market, and capability for users to work seamlessly on their mobile devices.
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Enalysis Tip 1.18: Natural Gas Compression Basics 2 – Why Compression

September 23, 2020
One of the many challenges of natural gas production is that natural gas reservoirs rarely reside in areas of dense energy consumption. Often, the hydrocarbon resources are in incredibly remote locations and the challenge then becomes how to safety transport this valuable resource so that it can be used to power our cities, factories, homes or be exported as LNG.
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Enalysis Tip 1.17: Natural Gas Compression Basics 1 - Gas Properties

September 16, 2020
In this E-Tip, the second in our Compression Basics series, we will explore some basic gas properties to see how gases respond to changes in pressure and temperature and what that means for the amount of gas that can fit in our compressor at suction conditions.
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Enalysis Version 5.0 - Production Optimization

September 9, 2020
Enalysis Version 5.0 is now live and offers a new and greatly improved user experience allowing customers to better identify, investigate and act on valuable opportunities for improving their assets’ and fleets’ performance. In addition to improving the overall user experience, Enalysis Version 5.0 is built on an entirely new platform dramatically improving the software’s scalability, ability to deliver new features in a rapidly evolving market, and capability for users to work seamlessly on their mobile devices.
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Enalysis Tip 1.16: Natural Gas Compression Basics – An Introduction

August 10, 2020
This E-Tip is the first in a series that will cover the basics of natural gas compression. While compressors are complex machines, this series will strive to simplify the key concepts of concern when dealing with the compression of natural gas in a reciprocating or screw compressor. From the basics of the relationships between volume, pressure and temperature of a gas, this series will develop an understanding of capacity and power for compression and the key variables that influence both. 
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Enalysis Version 5.0 - Optimizing for Power Savings

July 30, 2020
Enalysis Version 5.0 is now live and offers a new and greatly improved user experience allowing customers to better identify, investigate and act on valuable opportunities for improving their assets’ and fleets’ performance. In addition to improving the overall user experience, Enalysis Version 5.0 is built on an entirely new platform dramatically improving the software’s scalability, ability to deliver new features in a rapidly evolving market, and capability for users to work seamlessly on their mobile devices. This post is the second of four in a series aimed to showcase how Enalysis Version 5.0 will improve how you can deliver value to your company. The focus for this post is to walk through how a user can identify, investigate and evaluate power saving opportunities utilizing the latest version. 
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Enalysis Tip 1.15 - Enalysis Default Flagging Limits for Reciprocating Compressors

July 17, 2020
The Enalysis software provides YELLOW (Warning) and RED (Severe) flags to identify compressor limits and allow for action to be taken to prevent possible damage to the compressor package. Reciprocating compressor packages are restricted to operating under conditions that ensure the mechanical ratings of the compressor are not exceeded. Exceeding one or more limits of the compressor can result in catastrophic failures requiring expensive repairs and resulting in costly downtime. Yellow warning flags indicate that a limit is being approached and red severe flags indicate that a limit has been reached.
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