Benefits Of Remote Monitoring Mid Con Digital Oilfield Conf August 15 2012

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  • 1. The Operational andEconomic Benefits of RemoteProduction MonitoringMid Continent Digital Oilfield ConferenceAugust 15, 2012Tulsa, Oklahoma Jim Taylor Wellkeeper, Inc.

2. Production Data GatheringSpectrum: Hand ReadingsPumper Hand Entry Field Data Capture Remote Monitoring SCADADeviceData Frequency1 per dayIncremental Benefit Status QuoCommunication Call in/faxCostBase personnel cost 3. Production Data GatheringSpectrum: Field Data CapturePumper Hand Entry Field Data Capture Remote Monitoring SCADADeviceData Frequency 1 per day1 per dayIncremental Benefit Status QuoReducetranscription errorsIntegration withother systemsCommunication Call in/fax UploadCostBase personnel cost~$10-15 per month 4. Production Data GatheringSpectrum: Remote MonitoringPumper Hand Entry Field Data CaptureRemote Monitoring SCADADeviceData Frequency 1 per day1 per day24 to ~300 per dayIncremental Benefit Status QuoReduce transcription Reduce transcriptionerrorserrorsIntegration with Integration withother systems other systemsAlarms/AlertsInternet accessHistory/TrendsSome remotecontrolField productivityCommunication Call in/faxUploadDigital cell/satellite/radioCostBase personnel cost~$10-15 per monthSensorinstall+approx$100/month (comm& software) 5. Production Data GatheringSpectrum: SCADAPumper Hand Entry Field Data CaptureRemote MonitoringSCADADeviceData Frequency 1 per day1 per day12 to ~300 per dayNear continuousIncremental Benefit Status QuoReduce transcription Reduce transcriptionReduce transcriptionerrorserrors errorsIntegration with Integration withIntegration withother systems other systemsother systemsAlarms/Alerts Alarms/AlertsInternet access Internet accessHistory/TrendsHistory/TrendsSome remote control Full remote controlField productivityField staff reductionCommunication Call in/faxUpload DigitalDedicated radiocell/satellite/radioCostBase personnel cost~$10-15 per monthSensor install+approx Long range radio$100/month (comm &systems, high end software) software 6. Remote Monitoring vs.SCADA XSCADA We Report, You Decide 7. Benefits of Remote MonitoringReduce downtime duration; increase productionReduce spill frequency and liability through monitoring and alarmsReduce safety liability (H2S exposure, tank climbing)Optimize field operations 8. What can you see?Process VariablesProduction EquipmentTank LevelsPump Off ControllersPressuresESPs Tubing, Casing, etc.EFMsFlow Rates Plunger Lift Gas, Oil, Water PumpsTemperatures LACT Units Heater Treater, Amine, etc. CompressorsH2S ConcentrationIf it can be measured, it can be monitored 9. Remote Monitoring ComponentsTank Battery Cell Sat RadioWeb InterfaceWellheads Database andHUBRTU Software File TransferSensors 10. Sensors and LocalCommunicationSensorsIndustry sensors or proprietary?Modbus DevicesLocal CommunicationShort range radio or hard wired? 11. RTU, Long RangeCommunication, DatabaseHUB RTU Gather and package datafor transmission todatabaseCommunication Digital Cellular Satellite/Hybrids Radio Wireless BroadbandDatabase Co-lo Facility Cloud 12. Presentation/Access/HMIBrowser based vs.client/serverUser RightsTables, graphs, history,alarmsReports and export 13. Pumpers/Field PersonnelForewarned is ForearmedPlan day and route based ondataPump by exceptionAlarms/CalloutsContract PumpersReduce mileageReduce safety exposure 14. EngineersEasy access to trendsIdentify growing problems e.g. paraffinMonitor production equipment e.g. rod pumps, ESPs, compressors 15. Management/Marketing/AdminOverview of productionvs. expectationsEFM and LACT data formarketing,transportation andallocationDirect data entry intocorporate systems 16. Economics of RemoteMonitoringIsolated orRemote LocationHigh fluidImportant:to tankage High ratioIdealProducer RM Site History of High Exposure:H2S or problems Environmental 17. Quantify the BenefitsBenefits are probabilistic(If you knew which one site would go down,youd just monitor that one!)Apply across enough sites to get the broader benefitsCompany-wide deploymentUse your actual downtime and spill history to estimate improvements 18. Production IncreaseDistribution ExampleAverage=1.9%0.0% 0.5% 1.0% 1.5% 2.0% 2.5% 3.0% 3.5% 4.0% 4.5% More Percentage Increase 19. Economic EvaluationWELLKEEPER ECONOMIC ANALYSISCustomer XYZ Oil and GasCase:Single Battery; 50 BPD Oil, 10 MCFD Gas, 200 BPD WaterDate:8/1/2012Input Summary:Economic IndicatorsLeases, wells, monitoring points (#)1 NPV @ 10%$46,055Exisiting ProductionIRR= 76% Oil (BPD) 50 Straight Payout Period (years) 1.3 Gas (MCFD)10 Water (BPD) 200Assumed Increased Production 1.0% First Year Wellkeeper Annual BenefitsNumber of Pumpers0.1Increased Production $12,136 75%Reduction in # of Spills per 10 years 2 Decreased Spill Costs $3,030 19%Pumper Optimization $1,0286% 20. Economic SensitivityExample IRR versus Tank Battery Production (BOPD)80%70%60%50%IRR40%30%20%10% 0%102030 4050BOPDBase: 50 BOPD, 10 MCFD, 200 BWPD, $70/bbl, $2.50/MMBTU, 1% downtime reduction 21. One Final Analogy Why settle for only daily data? 22. Thank You!Jim Taylor Wellkeeper, Inc. jim.taylor@wellkeeper.comwww.wellkeeper.com888-935-5533