A summary of the interface changes coming for our Schematics customers...
The folks at New Technology Magazine have just published an (unsolicited) article about SPIDR.ca's operations modules, Schedule and Operate. It includes testimonials from folks who work in the field every day. It can be read...
There is now a more efficient way to create a new schematic within SPIDR.ca... clone an existing schematic!
SPIDR.ca Schedule and Operate features have moved from the whiteboard to the field! Operators are already using SPIDR to track a broad range of activities... from a chem pump rate check, an orifice plate check to recording a tank level... All from one run sheet useable on any mobile device.
Field operators in the oil and gas industry work hard to stay on top of paperwork and data entry required by head office.
Lower oil prices doesn't mean this admin work can be ignored. Regulatory tasks still must be documented, and more scrutiny comes from leadership to ensure operations are being well managed...
So your schematics are complete and you've taken a big step towards regulatory compliance... High five!
The marathon of drawing, field validations, and verifications is behind you and now you can carry on with your other work.
...Except that in the last month you've just tied in 5 single well batteries to your Kakwa MWB facility, two new wells are now producing in Redwater and you've added a new compressor and a second fuel take-off to your Sturgeon gas plant.
If you or your team members are responsible for measurement schematics, this button will save you money.
We have been working closely with one of our customers to support their needs in this area, and have also been talking to many operations folks from VP Ops through to contract operators.
In the past we've been asked by our customers to add additional equipment types to get them closer to having a comprehensive database of all equipment within SPIDR.ca.
Based on those requests we've created two new equipment types, Pipeline Segment and Pipeline Riser.
As our customers use SPIDR.ca to manage their measurement schematics we receive feedback on how we can improve their experience in our product. That feedback helps us maintain our position as the easiest schematic tool to use.
Here are some recent improvements available to all customers with the "Schematic admin" security group:
Earlier this month, the data centre that we host the SPIDR.ca system passed the AT 101 SOC 2 Type 2 data centre audit.
This audit examination success was awarded based on