WellEz Mobile is a critical tool for any oil and gas executive... drilling managers will no longer be tied to laptops and spotty internet connections to get the data they need
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 24, 2011
WellEz (http://wellez.net) has released WellEz Mobile, an industry-first iPhone app that allows subscribers to monitor drilling operations from their smart phones. The application features a complete days vs. depth drilling curve and summary information for all active drilling wells. In addition to logging in online, WellEz users can now quickly access a snapshot of drilling operations, with job cost, mud weight, daily drilling progress, and operations summaries uploaded to the mobile app.
The application integrates well data as soon as it is entered by field personnel. With instant updates, office managers can monitor all wells without access to a computer.
"WellEz Mobile is a critical tool for any oil and gas executive," said Charles Jeffery, President and CEO of WellEz Information Management. "Whether they're in the field or on a business trip, drilling managers will no longer be tied to laptops and spotty internet connections to get the data they need."
In addition to viewing the days vs. depths curve graphically, WellEz Mobile users can view the well plan on the same plot, giving them the ability to compare planned and actual activity. The app also allows the user to simply swipe across the screen to switch from one well to the next, making cross-well comparisons quick and simple.
About WellEz Information Management
Founded in 2000, WellEz Information Management is a privately held, international oilfield service company located in Houston, Texas. The leading provider of Software‐as‐a‐Service (SaaS) field reporting tools for drilling, completions, and other operations, WellEz is staffed by experienced oil and gas professionals and a team of highly qualified software development professionals. WellEz.Net, the company's Web‐based field software for well lifecycle reporting, is the comprehensive solution to limitations, user difficulties, and support issues that are often encountered with software‐based well field reporting applications. For more information, visit our website.