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Excel Spreadsheets Are Slowing You Down


We see it all the time.  Company employees with drilling metrics in Excel spreadsheets they have spent years perfecting.  All of that time spent on each formula and macro, tweaking formatting details, and feeding with company data.  However, like any spreadsheet, a few errant clicks, bad data entry, or even a hard drive failure can corrupt years of… Read more »

Free eBook “How to Read a Daily Drilling Report: A Beginner’s Guide”


Download the eBook HereThis guide provides an example of a Daily Drilling Report produced by a typical onshore oil & gas operator. Common industry acronyms, abbreviations, layouts of information, and terms of the daily report are presented and explained in a non-technical format.“WellEz sends thousands of reports each day to investors, working interest owners, and non-engineering staff… Read more »

Uncovering Costs Savings through Equipment Failure Tracking


Equipment failure tracking is the method of capturing, organizing, and analyzing oilfield equipment failure data in an effort to reduce future costs and failures.  Even in today’s oil and gas climate, this is an often overlooked advantage of using a data management tool.  Decision makers are left with no other option than sorting through countless… Read more »

Operators Meet EPA Reporting Demands Without Increasing Costs


In recent new, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency revealed plans to propose regulations aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the oil and gas industry by up to 45 percent over the next decade. The increase in production that has resulted from the U.S. shale revolution has placed a spotlight on operator’s impact on the… Read more »

WellEz to Exhibit at the 2015 URTeC in San Antonio, TX


 What you need to know: URTeC will be held July 20-22 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TXWellEz will be presenting newly released location reporting and cost allocation toolsJoin us at our booth #928 with this FREE GUEST PASSWho We AreWellEz has been the industry’s most innovative provider of field reporting tools… Read more »

Understanding Cloud and SaaS growth in the Oil & Gas Industry


The term “Cloud Computing” rose to popularity around 2006 as it was adopted by large tech companies such as Google and Amazon. It’s an often misunderstood term that encompasses many different service offerings and IT environments. Since its creation in 2000, WellEz has been a hosted software-as-a-service (SAAS) offering to Oil & Gas Operators seeking… Read more »

Visualizing Cloud-Based vs. Traditional Software Pricing Models


Here at WellEz, we believe visualizing data with charts and graphs can provide valuable insight and help everyone make informed decisions.  So we wanted to share a few charts that we found interesting when looking at a traditional software provider’s pricing model vs. a cloud-based Software-as-a-Service like WellEz.Rollout Cycle: With a traditional software model, during… Read more »

5 Important Questions To Ask When Evaluating Drilling and Completions Software


1.  Does this software solution fit within our operational workflow or disrupt it? Using a well lifecycle application can certainly optimize your operations and help shed light on unknown deficiencies.  However, traditional software often takes a “one size fits all” approach, disrupting workflows and causing unwanted confusion for business users.  If you are not able… Read more »

WellEz presents Data Driven approach to WellBore Diagrams at SPE Study Group


Members of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Gulf Coast Section (GCS) Petro-Tech Study Group invited WellEz Director of Operations, James Morley to speak at the group’s luncheon on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 in Houston, TX. The group, mainly consisting of petroleum technologists, regularly meets to exchange knowledge, experience, and gain education on the latest… Read more »

Cloud Computing. What Are The Benefits To Drilling And Completions?


The idea of a third-party hosted software system, or cloud computing, is no spring chicken.  Consumers and businesses have been working “in the cloud” as early as 1999 with the emergence of companies like Salesforce.com, a web-app built to deliver enterprise solutions to businesses.  Since then the model has taken off around the globe. After… Read more »