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Quickly add Development Wells to an Economic Project

Quickly add Development Wells to an Economic Project

Kyle LaMotta
Learn how to quickly generate the type curve development well list using a simple Python script.
Customer Success Series: Share the Lead

Customer Success Series: Share the Lead

VP of Customer Success Rosemary Jackson shares parallels between her previous career ballroom dancing and her Customer Success experience at Petro.ai.

Rosemary Jackson
Customer Success Series: Your Data Reservoir

Customer Success Series: Your Data Reservoir

Let’s lower the complexity of our work lives. We need all that data in one place, actioned with one system, and open to all. We’ll blend, normalize and fuse your data into your own data reservoir.

Rosemary Jackson
Customer Success Series: The Use Cycle

Customer Success Series: The Use Cycle

Hear how our Customer Success team is driven to break the Buy, Use, Discard pattern that proliferates consumer culture.

Rosemary Jackson
Video: Analyzing the Chevron and Noble Merger with Petro.ai Forecast Scenarios and Type Curves

Video: Analyzing the Chevron and Noble Merger with Petro.ai Forecast Scenarios and Type Curves

The first video in a case study series analyzing the Chevron and Noble merger. Taking a deep dive in Reeves County in the Southern Delaware Basin, Kyle LaMotta and Richard Gaut create automated decline curves and type curves using Petro.ai Forecast Scenarios. The two well groups are easily compared side-by-side and single well forecasts can be contextualized by P10, P50, and P90 type wells for each group.

Kyle LaMotta
Auto-forecast PDP Wells with Petro.ai Forecast Scenarios

Auto-forecast PDP Wells with Petro.ai Forecast Scenarios

Check out how to use Petro.ai Forecast Scenarios to generate and edit single well decline curve models for producing wells.

Kyle LaMotta
Passion for Change: Rife Resources

Passion for Change: Rife Resources

I started my career as a technical geologist, educated in Ontario, Canada, then went to grad school for Paleontology at the University of Utah. In the middle of studying trace fossils in Utah and Kenya, I was recruited by Exxon & ultimately did not complete my Master’s degree. Initially, I had no desire to work in oil and gas - I wanted to be a paleontologist! I really fell in love with the huge datasets, the incredibly bright people, and the massive, global projects that Exxon was working on. And so, with stars in my eyes, I returned to Calgary to begin working at Imperial Oil.

Erik Mignault
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