Exebenus Pulse Run your operations

The goal of digital operational procedures is to enable flawless execution and maximize operational uptime.

Exebenus Pulse gives all parties on the rig and in the operations center full access to real-time activity updates during execution. The operations center can transparently chat and exchange information with the rig crew as the job unfolds. Ad hoc activities can be inserted as required, and insights and best practices can be embedded for after-action review.

As real-time data flows, the system automatically recognizes and validates execution steps for one or parallel operations. It alerts the crew when operations start to deviate from plan, and when equipment limits are reached or near breach, so the execution remains within the safe operating window at all times.

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Key benefits
  • Connect office and rig teams
  • Track and validate activities automatically
  • Warn of deviations from plan in real time
  • Insert ad hoc activities during execution
  • Stay within the safe operating window

Exebenus Pulse uses a mix of manual and automatic tracking. For some execution steps, a manual checklist is the best method of tracking and validating tasks.

You’re in control! Activity steps can be skipped or inserted as required. Your comments explaining “Why the Change” can be added and shared for future assessment. Your best practices are passed along.

Even if you do choose manual tracking, the system automatically produces a time and depth log that charts all activities, including their planned versus actual start and finish times, planned depth vs actual depth, and all comments. Your reporting job is easier and faster.

Automatic tracking recognizes activities based on WITSML real-time sensor data. The system automatically tracks activities in relation to two types of parameters: operational controls and status controls.

Embedded parameters are monitored to ensure operations proceed within the safe operating envelope for the tools and rig. Status controls are automatically tracked to see that actions are performed as planned, in the planned order and within the planned timeframe.

Crews and office access the same information and share situational awareness. They can follow the execution and focus their attention on preventing risks and unnecessary deviations that may cause downtime.

The actual activity timeline is recorded and available for analysis, removing the burden of manual recording. Every activity is time stamped, so users know exactly if and where time was lost.

There are situations when connectivity is lacking and crews are forced to proceed offline. Yet the rig must update and record activities at all times. This is handled through a local Exebenus Pulse installation that synchronizes with the corporate installation as soon as communication is reestablished.

We know that in a nondigitalized world, operational plans are often not matched up with reports. Why is it so difficult to compare actual with planned operations?

To begin with, are you dealing with unstructured paper procedures? Depending on the writer, your procedures may leave lots of room for interpretation on the rig, and no consistent way of capturing driller notes.

After-action reports are likely delivered in text documents. Are drillers really expected to search their memory and sort through notes at the end of a 12-hour shift? When the next job comes around, planners can spend hours searching for important comments and past lessons learned.

In contrast, Exebenus Pulse automatically logs actions and lets you flag events during operations. The digital record is always there. At the end of a job, you can easily find comments, zero in on deviations, know what actions were taken, and decide what to keep for future reference.

The Exebenus services team works to ensure that your company’s workflows are properly integrated and digitalized when deploying and implementing the Exebenus Pulse solution.

A time and depth log captures actual vs planned activities. It is automatically generated as the operation is executed.