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Ambyint and Microsoft partner on production optimisation

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Ambyint has announced a co-sell qualified partnership with Microsoft to provide oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) companies with solutions that optimise rod lift and plunger lift wells.

Ambyint solutions leverage Microsoft Azure within its platform to increase production, lower operating expenses and reduce GHG emissions by delivering production optimisation at scale.

Ambyint solutions optimise oil and gas wells by automating anomaly detection, controller setpoint recommendations, setpoint changes and production versus plan analytics to enable real-time production optimisation. The company employs advanced physics-based models, deep subject matter expertise and artificial intelligence to deliver highly scalable and proven applications. Ambyint solutions improve production volumes and workforce efficiencies while reducing operating expenses, emissions and failure rates for mid- to large-sized operators across every major North American basin.

Ambyint’s partnership with Microsoft Azure allows for seamless deployment of Ambyint’s automated, domain-driven data ingestion and contextualisation capabilities for SCADA systems and other oil and gas software’s batch and streaming data. The partnership also enables deployment of Ambyint’s proven production and artificial lift optimisation applications into E&P companies’ existing Azure environments. Via technologies such as IoT Hub, AKS, Blob Storage, and PowerBI; Azure gives Ambyint the ability to deliver a customised data analytics experience, scalable data storage, and the processing power required to analyse terabytes of data daily.

“At Ambyint, we are focused on developing and deploying best-in-class solutions designed to deliver better production outcomes for our customers,” said Chris Robart, chief commercial officer at Ambyint. “Microsoft is a technology leader in energy, and our partnership with them will further drive innovation within our company and accelerate our customers’ digital transformation journeys.”

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