Read through our posts covering real world applications of machine learning in oil & gas using AI-driven software and data tools. Learn from seasoned, experienced industry veterans as they go into technical topics related to machine learning, artificial intelligence, risk, and digital oilfield.
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Oil and Gas Cube Development: How Dense is Too Dense??
Of all the levers available to an operator, perhaps none has a greater impact on unit economics than wells per section. Over the past few …
PUD and PDP Forecast Uncertainty: Why You Need it and How Novi Delivers
Machine learning models that forecast production for Proved Developed Producing (PDP) or Proved Undeveloped (PUD) oil and gas reserves may increase accuracy, save engineering time, …
Ahead of the Curve: Introducing Novi PDP Oil & Gas Forecasting
It all started as an accident. We passed early time production to a “pre-drill” Novi model. When we saw the results, we were stunned — …
What can chess teach us about artificial intelligence in oil and gas?
If, like me, you haven’t seriously played chess since you were young, you may find the advancements in chess artificial intelligence (or chess “engines”) incredible. But can chess teach us about the future of artificial intelligence in oil and gas?
Chess has long been a focus of artificial intelligence research. The game offers both clear rules (to easily measure success) and sufficient complexity (with at least 10^120 possible moves, no computer will ever be able to “solve” the game, unlike checkers). We certainly have complexity in the oilfield – but we also have the ability to measure success in the form of barrels produced, feet of pay encountered, or time to process a seismic volume.
In this post, we’ll walk through the latest AI in oil and gas market developments in chess and how they might impact the oilfield. Read the full post here.
Machine Learning Regional Profiles for Geologic Insights: Mapping Unconventional Production Drivers in the Williston Basin
What drives unconventional oil production? Of course completions, parent-child, and well spacing all play a huge role — but it all starts with the rocks.
We walk through a powerful new way of visualizing machine learning insights — regional profiles.
Investing in Shale Oil and Gas Wells: Are you the House or the Player?
Are you the House or the Player?
Industry execGarth Stotts continues his series on bias, probability, and risk in the Shale patch with his latest message: successful investments in shale require an understanding of the REAL probabilities of your opportunities, from inputs all the way to cashflow.
Only then will you be in control — and be able to win repeatedly.