Identify Opportunity Areas, Optimize Processes, and Minimize Operational Costs

In the oil industry, operating companies are constantly looking to reach the technical limit in their operations and reduce their costs. Currently, in drilling operations, production times correspond to more than 70% of the total construction time of the well. However, many of these productive activities are not executed efficiently, generating invisible lost time and moving operations away from this technical limit. The identification of Invisible Lost Time (ILT) is the key to improving the efficiency and safety of operations with measurable results immediately and at a lower cost.

We support our clients in identifying areas of improvement, so they can make decisions quickly and optimize the performance of their operations, through a solution that systematically measures and interprets Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) during drilling.

Our customers benefit from real-time information that facilitates the visualization of KPIs during drilling, connections, pipe trip, pull-up and laying down BHA, as well as BOP testing. For each operation, we identify the invisible lost time and make comparisons between crews, wells, equipment, and determine operational efficiencies.

Our solution can execute the calculation and interpretation processes in an automated way, which ensures the control of the quality of the data and supports multidisciplinary monitoring teams in the early detection of deviations.

The flexibility of our solution allows the generation of reports according to your needs, so you can visualize the trend of each operation at any time, place, and in the format you require.

Bardasz is aware of the importance of monitoring throughout the process to achieve objectives and supports creating effective communication between drill rig and office personnel to establish performance goals. In the same way, we handle KPIs alerts that allow us to take quick actions and see quantifiable results in a short time.

Scope through well construction:

  1. Drilling:
    1. Total ROP
    2. ROP drilling/sliding
    3. Mts/Ft drilled
    4. Bit Analysis and BHA performance.
    5. Average connection time (W2W).
  2. Stage Change:
    1. Average tripping speed, RIH / POOH.
    2. Tripping analysis, Cased Hole and Open Hole.
    3. Average connection time (S2S).
    4. Pull up / laying down BHA
    5. Tripping speed and connection time while casing running.
    6. BOP test.
  3. Completion:
    1. Hole cleaning trips.
    2. Production string:
      1. RIH speed
      2. Average connection time