Ayata on KGO Radio

Eighty percent of all the data in the world is unstructured and disorganized. Ayata is a big data company specializing in Prescriptive Analytics.

Atanu BasuAyata on KGO Radio

Six Ways Prescriptive Analytics Can Improve Energy Exploration and Production

Over the last year we have been talking with some of the largest oil and gas companies in the U.S. about using Prescriptive Analytics with Hybrid Data to help improve exploration and production. Many are starting to “dip their toes” into the technology. One of the things they’re recognizing is the need to factor multiple types of data that the exploration and production processes generate, including:

  • Images from well logs, mud logs and seismic reports
  • Videos from down-hole cameras of fluid flow from hydraulic fractures
  • Sounds from fracking collected by fiber optic sensors
  • Text from drillers’ and frac pumpers’ notes
  • Numbers from production data, artificial lifts
Atanu BasuSix Ways Prescriptive Analytics Can Improve Energy Exploration and Production

Remembering the Origin of Prescriptive Analytics

Just a few months ago, if you did a Google search on the term “Prescriptive Analytics,” you would pull up a couple of sites for information: the Ayata website, a Wikipedia entry and an article by TechTarget that defines the technology.

Atanu BasuRemembering the Origin of Prescriptive Analytics

Shale, Big Data and the End of Saudi Reign at the Pump

Late July 2013, news broke that the kingdom of Saudi Arabia was facing the unthinkable—a shortfall of oil export revenue. A report to the kingdom’s oil minister published on Twitter cited the rising production of U.S. shale oil as a major reason behind decreased demand.

Atanu BasuShale, Big Data and the End of Saudi Reign at the Pump

Customer Profile: Apache Corporation

APACHE CTO MIKE BAHORICH TALKS ABOUT Ayata

CHALLENGE

Apache Corp. is one of the world’s top independent oil and gas exploration and production companies with more than $60 billion in assets and operations in the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Egypt and Argentina. Apache uses thousands of Electrical Submersible Pumps (ESPs) to pull oil from reservoirs worldwide, onshore and offshore. Many ESPs fail unpredictably resulting in missed production targets. Large oil and gas companies lose tens of thousands of barrels of oil daily due to ESP failures. Foresight into the performance of ESPs is critical to preventing unscheduled downtime or performance degradation that can impact oil and gas production. Even a modest increase in ESP performance can amount to significant gains in production and revenue.

Atanu BasuCustomer Profile: Apache Corporation