TULSA, OKLAHOMA — Work with leading customers indicates that advanced modeling techniques yield significant increases in production
eLynx Technologies, a leader in oil and gas analytics, will present its latest predictive analytics research at the Permian Basin Congress on January 24, 2018 in Houston, Texas. The 2018 conference focuses on artificial lift production optimization technologies and eLynx will describe analytics-driven optimization and anomaly detection research findings done in collaboration with market leading customers.
Bill Abbott, eLynx’s Chief Operating Officer who directs the company’s analytics strategy, will discuss how eLynx has leveraged more than 15 years of SCADA data, other data sources and the company’s advanced plunger lift models to provide customers with analytic insights and prescriptive actions, yielding increased production.
eLynx, in partnership with Microsoft, Tulsa University’s Artificial Lift project and leading oil and gas producers, has, for the past two years, been developing state of the art predictive models to optimize production, detect anomalies and reduce costs. eLynx’s continued investment in predictive analytics remains the company’s top strategic priority.
eLynx Technologies is a leader in data-driven analytics, remote monitoring and field automation for the oil and gas industry. Since 2000, eLynx has pioneered real-time data collection, production reporting, and remote monitoring and control for than four hundred exploration and production companies. eLynx’s web-based and mobile solutions deliver real-time data and data-science driven insights to optimize production while reducing costs and risks. Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, eLynx provides analytics and on-site data services to operators in all major basins in North America. For more information, visit elynxtech.com