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Halliburton awarded digital transformation project by PTTEP

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PTTEP has awarded Halliburton a contract to design and implement a series of digital transformation projects as part of PTTEP’s Advanced Production Excellence (APEX) Initiative.

APEX will improve operational efficiency and production in four offshore fields: Arthit, Greater Bongkot South, Greater Bongkot North and the Myanmar Zawtika Field.

Landmark, a Halliburton business line, will deploy its DecisionSpace® Production Suite in the cloud to improve production operations from the subsurface to processing facilities. The DecisionSpace Enterprise Platform will integrate with Honeywell Forge, a powerful analytics software solution providing real-time data and visual intelligence, so PTTEP can implement more productive and efficient work processes.

Using advanced physics-based and data science models, the solution includes modelling of surface and subsurface components to manage and optimise operations from the wells to the point of delivery. This includes short-term production planning and optimisation, flow assurance monitoring and control, sand production monitoring and control, condensate stabilisation optimisation, CO2 membrane optimisation, fuel gas optimisation and processing facilities performance monitoring and analysis.

“We look forward to collaborating with Honeywell to support PTTEP on its digital transformation journey,” said Nagaraj Srinivasan, senior vice president of Landmark and Halliburton Digital Solutions. “Effectively leveraging and implementing digital technologies improves efficiency to increase production, reduce operating expenses and maximise the value of the operator’s portfolio.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/digital-oilfield/19082020/halliburton-awarded-digital-transformation-project-by-pttep/

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