Matt Becker, Sullexis’ Data Strategy & Data Quality Managing Director, will be presenting at the “Dallas/ Fort Worth Petroleum Data Workshop 2020 in Dallas, TX on February 25, 2020. Matt will be presenting the topic “Art of the Data Possible – Data management technologies are a dime a dozen and are improving at an ever-increasing rate. How does one determine how to transform data technologies such as cloud storage, data streaming, no-SQL technology, ML and AI into an effective (and cost-saving) data management solution for upstream companies?”
Please join us on Tuesday, August 27th at 5:30 pm when we will cohost the Houston Petroleum Analytics Meetup. The petroleum analytics meetup is an opportunity to network with other oil and gas professionals while learning about the latest data-driven use cases.
We look forward to seeing you for refreshments and a great evening of discussion and discovery. Learn more and register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/august-petroleum-analytics-meetup-hosted-by-ruthsai-and-sullexis-tickets-65425536541
Matt Becker, Sullexis’ Enterprise Data Strategy Managing Director, will be presenting at the Houston PPDM Expo on April 10, 2019. Matt will be presenting the topic “Wrestling the data quality bull – take data by the horns and tame it.”
Learn how Sullexis & Informatica helped an Oil and Gas Super Major develop a business-led, self-service, and automated data quality management solution that enabled business processes to operate efficiently, reducing manpower and exception management, while laying a foundation for good data to power future automation and machine learning.
Matt Becker, Sullexis’ Enterprise Data Strategy Managing Director, will be presenting at the “Dallas/ Fort Worth Petroleum Data Workshop 2019 in Dallas, TX on March 5, 2019. Matt will be presenting the topic “Fueling Analytics With High-Quality Data.”
Learn how Information Quality Management must focus on integrating processes, technologies, and resources to maximize quality & value from information while reducing cost and risk.
Tim Morgan and Bhaskar Nag will be presenting at an Amazon Web Services (AWS) event in Houston on February 27, 2019. They will be presenting the topic “Driving operational efficiency, equipment reliability and safety using big data technologies.”
Please join them to learn how an Oil and Gas client has implemented use cases including:
- Executive KPI dashboards, Financial and Operational metrics and trend visualization with an integrated Data Lake, aggregating information from cloud-hosted ERP, Work Management, HR and EHS systems
- Real-time ingestion of equipment monitoring data for historian function with enrichment, standardization and streaming out to various internal and external subscribers
- Visualization triggers on an Operations Dashboard for Alerts, Interventions and real-time data anomalies (e.g. tubing leaks, pressure differentials)
- Data Science advanced analytics for Predictive Maintenance and minimized NPT (non-productive time)
Tim Morgan, Sullexis’ Managing Director, will be presenting at the PNEC conference in Houston, TX on May 23, 2018. The conference will share real-world issues, best practices, developments, and cross-discipline advances that address complex data applications plus the direction of future technologies across the E&P.
Tim will be presenting the topic “Empowering Reservoir Engineers to Make Better Decisions: Leveraging Big Data Technology to Provide Insights in Seconds.”
His presentation will cover how Reservoir Engineers need insights that help them make multi-million-dollar decisions such as where a well should be drilled and how it should be completed to produce the most oil.
• What completion are techniques producing the best results?
• How are proppant and fluid volumes changing in a formation?
• Are these changes producing noticeable results? Is a competitor that is known for certain techniques performing well or poorly?
• Which operators are performing well and why?
• Which areas are generating an unexpectedly high number of sidetracks by other Operators?
• Where and how are other Operators creating multi-laterals?
• How were they completed?
Discovering those insights takes significant effort, time, knowledge and analytic horsepower; one must analyze past results and identify new trends by using a variety of sources and types of data: State data, 3rd party data providers, JV partners, Vendors, Competitors, Internal Systems Structured data in databases, Unstructured data such as images and PDFs, Semi-structured such as Excel and any solution must set the stage to create value for the rest of the organization.
Learn how one Operator implemented a Competitor Intelligence Portal to provide insights to Reservoir Engineers within seconds.
Utilizing a familiar UI, similar to VRBO, Airbnb or Hotels.com, the user is able to adjust a search criteria slider and the map will display the relevant wells. Hover over a well to see its information and click to access well files, performance curves, and other available details.
The solution seamlessly integrates public, private, structured and unstructured data sources while setting the stage to quickly expand and add additional use cases.
Sullexis is pleased to announce that Matt Becker has joined the firm to further develop its Enterprise Data Strategy and Solutions practice. Matt has spent 18+ years creating and implementing strategies that drive client performance through technology adaptation in areas ranging from big data to enterprise data management to business intelligence and analytics; and has cultivated deep subject matter expertise in the Energy industry, including Upstream Oil & Gas (Unconventional / Shale), Energy Trading (gas and power), Pipeline, and Refined Products.
Tim Morgan, Managing Director and CEO, said “We are very fortunate to have someone with Matt’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge join Sullexis. I am confident that Matt will create exceptional value for our clients.”
Leading energy systems integrator Sullexis implements big data and cloud technologies to help C&J transform its business operations.
SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Apr 13, 2017) – MapR Technologies, Inc., the provider of the Converged Data Platform that converges the essential data management and application processing technologies on a single, horizontally scalable platform, today announced that C&J Energy Services has successfully implemented the MapR Converged Data Platform running on Microsoft Azure to support its legacy financial systems’ decommissioning.
Working closely with Sullexis, a leading systems integrator with expertise in the oil and gas industry, C&J has archived data from seven legacy ERPs and enabled business reporting against the historical data to support compliance, regulatory, and business needs. Using MapR for this initiative proved to be significantly cheaper and faster than traditional methods of maintaining these systems or archiving to a data warehouse.
Key criteria for selecting the MapR Converged Data Platform hosted on Microsoft Azure included the ability to operate at scale, safeguard data, and provide consistent uptime. C&J also uses Apache Drill to quickly and easily tap into the historical ERP data and make it accessible for analysis via familiar BI tools, like Microsoft SSRS and SAP Lumira.
“The MapR platform significantly lowered upfront costs and required relatively lower skilled labor to deploy. The platform now provides the ability to merge structured and unstructured data, and makes data available to our users through our existing BI tools. Further, the solution will serve as our core data and analystics platform for any future big data opportunities,” said Steven Carter, CIO, C&J Energy Services.
“The interoperability between MapR and Azure provided a unique data platform in the cloud that was essential to help us unlock savings for C&J,” said Tim Morgan, managing partner, Sullexis. “We see big potential in helping other clients reduce their IT OPEX spend by re-platforming existing requirements to MapR’s lower cost offering.”
Going forward, C&J sees the MapR environment as being a significant platform for innovation and has already already deployed a more typical big data use case that has looked at pump data to help support vendor warranty claims.
Sullexis and Microsoft are part of the recently announced MapR Converge Partners program, which provides partners the technical and go-to-market resources necessary to jointly deliver outstanding customer experiences and address growing demand for the MapR Platform. The Converge Partners program focuses on nurturing alliances worldwide with select consultancies, platform and software providers, resellers, and distributors.
“The MapR Converged Data Platform is an optimal solution for oil and gas customers looking to transform their businesses by better utilizing their data,” said Jack Norris, senior vice president, data and applications, MapR Technologies. “By choosing MapR, C&J got a platform that could address a very aggressive operational efficiency strategy right away, but also serve as the analytics platform of the future.”
“The MapR Converge Partners program made it easy to pull together the required technology and integration partners and deploy on Microsoft Azure,” said Caglayan Arkan, general manager, Worldwide Manufacturing and Resources at Microsoft Corp. “As companies continue to migrate from existing systems to the cloud, we are committed to continuous innovation to make Azure the best cloud platform for running hyperscale big data projects.”
About C&J Energy Services
C&J Energy Services is a leading provider of well construction, well completions, well support and other complementary oilfield services to oil and gas exploration and production companies. As one of the largest completion and production services companies in North America, C&J offers a full, vertically integrated suite of services involved in the entire life cycle of the well, including directional drilling, cementing, hydraulic fracturing, cased-hole wireline, coiled tubing, rig services, fluids management services and other special well site services.
About MapR Technologies
Headquartered in San Jose, Calif., MapR provides the industry’s only Converged Data Platform that enables customers to harness the power of big data by combining analytics in real-time to operational applications to improve business outcomes. With MapR, enterprises have a data management platform for undertaking digital transformation initiatives to achieve competitive edge. Amazon, Cisco, Google, Microsoft, SAP, and other leading businesses are part of the global MapR partner ecosystem. For more information, visit MapR.For full press release click here.