The American Oil and Gas Report – July 20, 2020
Automating producing wells and remotely monitoring equipment in the field have long been considered operational best practices. However, the economic shutdown in response to COVID-19 has renewed the industry’s focus on the value of implementing technologies than can cost-effectively automate routine daily tasks and digitize paper-based processes.
“Given how much uncertainty we face, automating is becoming a top priority for many operators,” says Brent Rhymes, chief executive officer of WolfePak Software. “It can reduce operating expenses by allowing each person to monitor more assets and increase income by giving people the real-time information they need to make better decisions.”