Production wells rarely operate in isolation, and their interactions with other producers and injectors can greatly affect the decline-curve; hence, affecting production over the life of the field. These entwined “systems” of wells drive interactive effects and emergent behaviors generate a need to incorporate a Digital System of Systems (dSoS), or a systems engineering approach to vastly improve results. This approach strongly embraces the concept and use of digital twins for system, subsystem, and component analyses. Halliburton’s Voice of the Oilfield™ and Well Construction initiatives are examples of “end-to-end” strategies that incorporate this approach.
This webinar will highlight how a dSoS strategy enables the investigation of the effects that multiple subsystems might have on the overall mission of the system and potentially, the impact that interactions will have between the subsystems.