Halliburton has launched the SpyGlass cloud-based, cross-platform web application tool that enables operators to create, assess, and analyse the performance of electric submersible pumps (ESPs)
With this mobile-enabled software, operators can access real-time analytic data and reports on the current performance and health of ESPs from their devices globally.
The updated software, developed by Summit ESP – A Halliburton Service, features an intuitive and customisable interface that assists users in ensuring practical designs that yield improved results and performance assessments with minimal inputs.
The Spyglass software is equipped with 100 custom-built alerts to guide operators through the equipment selection process and troubleshoot pumping systems. Users can define their unique production objectives and utilise the software's multi-variant input analysis to quickly model 'what-if' scenarios for optimal performance.
“Our updated and innovative SpyGlass software continues to make it easy for operators to design, build and assess their ESP to optimise well production,” said Greg Schneider, vice president of Artificial Lift, Halliburton. “SpyGlass software was built in-house by our engineers and leverages years of historical data to provide a trusted and critical ESP support solution for our customers.”