“One size fits all” is definitely not the case when implementing an effective Production Loss Management/Efficiency Improvement strategy. Different operating environments, organisational structures, working cultures and installed systems, require differing solutions. Having specialised in this area for over 20 years, working with a wide variety of operators and in most regions, we are uniquely qualified to help you develop the most effective approach to production efficiency performance improvement.
- Developing the best processes to suit your people
- Writing your Production Loss Reporting/Management standard
- Implementing and integrating technology that will work with your current systems to facilitate and support your people processes
- Training and supporting your people throughout the project
Bespoke Software Development
On the back of recent project successes, we are now offering a bespoke software development service. What we do:
Spreadsheet systemsImprove appearance, remove repetitive tasks, build in workflow, business rules & security.
IntegrationNeed your systems to communicate better? We’ve been there, done that and you’d be surprised what’s possible.
Development of small scale tools…You can do a lot with spreadsheets, but there comes a time when you need to move up a level.
Major global appsYou don’t need major global IT companies to develop major global applications. Think Smart, not Large.
Get In Touch
If you would like to know more, please visit our contacts page for details of how to get in touch. We would be very happy to put you in touch with any of our existing clients for an honest appraisal of our products and services.
Used in their "Jubilee" asset in Ghana. Here we have integrated GCMe with their reservoir modelling system and their real time data historian. Again, very happy with GCMe and our service. "Its all running smoothly with no problems at all" Mark Whitehouse, Implementation Project Manager…Read more
Na Kika / PEIt
As far back as 2005, Nakika adopted Production Efficiency Improvement toolkit (PEIt). This has since been deployed to nearly all E&P assets. The tool set made it possible for Na Kika to instantly view and analyze production loss data and include key performance indicators (KPIs). It also provide…Read more
We have recently completed the implementation of our Choke Model software to all of Centrica Energy’s UK, Netherlands and Norway assets. Centrica are now considering rolling GCMe out to their North American Business. Graham Walker managed the implementation and provided us with the following feedbac…Read more
EON Rhur Gas
We are setting up a pilot implementation of our GCMe for EON as a direct result of EON’s Stewart Brotherton having used our GCM in BHP Billiton in the past. At BHP Billiton, Stewart pointed out the tangible cost savings derived from implementing our choke model, highlighting the fact that the model…Read more
Gupco continue to use our GCM software – still running smoothly after 10 years. “Thanks for all your hard work. I am absolutely thrilled at the work Craig has delivered here this week. This week has really moved GUPCO substantially along on our Production Loss Management journey." Bruce Abbuhl, GUPC…Read more
Nexen Petroleum UK has used both the Production and Injection Choke Model on the Scott platform since 2005 and on the Buzzard platform since first oil in 2007. In 2009 the Production choke model was implemented for the Ettrick field and extended to cover Ettrick/Blackbird fields in 2011. “Reporting…Read more
BP use the original version that we created for them (PEIT) in over 200 assets around the world. In a relatively small subset of those assets, they counted nearly 150 "Improvement Actions" that produced a loss reduction roughly equivalent to $2.2 Billion in 2010. As for industry awards, within BP, o…Read more
Marathon Oil was GCMe’s early adopter, having previously used the GCMe fore-runner (Standalone GCM) in two of their UK assets. GCMe has now been adopted by all of Marathon’s assets. “Prior to GCM/GCMe, data relating to losses was generally supplied in the form of weekly reports which were inconsiste…Read more
“The choke model is gaining more and more users each day and one was recently heard to make the comment comparing it with sliced bread.” Implementations of the choke model provide the organisation with more than simply another software application. The processes underpinning the model which are then…Read more