The current wave of new oil and gas field development has set into motion two unique sets of challenges due to remote geography and an increasing lack of qualified manpower. New well site, well pad and gathering system oil and gas automation projects are plagued with delays and cost overruns that can’t be mitigated with traditional job planning and execution methods.
This is increasingly apparent in the current surge of West Texas development where GlobaLogix automation integration customers have found a better way to reach cost and time goals by employing a distinctly different operational profile.
New well completions involve a variety of contracted specialists, all working together in a coordinated ballet where the sequences of activities are timed, sourced and managed so as to avoid the number one killer of productivity – wasted onsite labor hours.
At GlobaLogix we’ve developed some work practices that overcome these issues to enable our automation systems integration customers to reach their projected cost and time goals and avoid overruns and delays. Here is how we do it:
With the right planning, we avoid work delays onsite. Our customers get on time completions within budgets. With onsite teams tailored for the job, equipped with the right parts GlobaLogix gets the job done.
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