New technology means faster feedback
Traditionally, clients have waited several days, or even weeks, to receive drilling reports from the field. So by the time the data’s in their hands, it’s often too late to make changes to the operation.
At Wallis Drilling, we know the vital importance of up-to-date information and so we’ve developed a new technology which allows our clients to receive real-time reporting from every rig.
The digital daily drilling report. Here’s how it works.
Our drilling operator no longer fills out a paper-based daily drilling report. Instead, the driller enters all the day’s drilling details into our custom iPad App. At the end of every drilling day, the information is sent to Wallis Drilling where it’s immediately processed and sent on to our clients.
Using this up-to-the-minute intelligence, we can work with our clients to suggest improvements to the operation and find ways of making it more efficient. Using today’s data, we can plan tomorrow’s activities and send our directions to the operator whether he’s in the north-west of Australia or in the middle of Africa.
We can also identify any minor problems before they become major issues and easily compare the efficiency of one site to another.
Towards paperless operations
We are also introducing iPad Apps which give our operators the latest safety information technical and service manuals for their rigs and digital pre-start checks.