Flow devices and computers have the ability to store raw historical flow measurement data, and can perform computations to accurately determine the amount of product or energy that has flowed through a pipe. KEPServerEX’s new drivers with electronic flow measurement (EFM) tap into stored data to monitor, manage, collect, and distribute real-time data and historical information. The EFM Exporter uses retrieved historical flow data to create formatted output files for upload into flow analysis and accounting software for custody transfer and operational analysis purposes. The company’s Wellsite Information Transfer Specification (WITS) Level 0 drivers for KEPServerEX provide fast and easy access to real-time drilling and mud logging data across multiple geographic sites, including offshore drilling platforms, onshore rigs, and wellsites. The system also provides a manageable source of integrated data including operational, technical, geological, production, and asset management data.
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