Welcome to Oilfield Data Services Inc.

Oilfield Data Services Inc. (ODSI) is a petroleum engineering consulting firm, specializing in reservoir & completion evaluations, instrumentation, well test analysis and field management of flowbacks and DSTs.

ODSI can also scope-out/spec and project manage your field instrumentation needs. Although we don't own any equipment ourselves, we have arrangements with manufacturers and service companies to provide the lowest-cost equipment that will do the job right (not just the tool that makes them the most money). Our preference is to test from the surface and use our Wellbore Modeling software to calculate BHP and validate rates. We are also willing to look at your historic data to determine if you already have the answer you're looking for.

In addition, we promote cutting-edge well visualization software and petroleum engineering tools. This shared visualization software facilitates communication between management, facilities, operations, production, and reservoir engineers and allows for more efficient and safer field operation.

ODSI is the international representative for WAVEX® Inc. and their patented Reservoir Energy Mapping process.

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Welcome to Oilfiled Data Services Inc.
Founded in 2005, Oilfield Data Services, Inc. is a petroleum engineering consulting firm that specializes in well test planning/analysis, decline/production analysis and frac design/evaluation. For a more detailed list of the services we offer, please click on “Services” above.

In addition to our consulting work, we have developed a real-time integrated well-completion-reservoir evaluation system. The software resides on the operator’s server, inside their firewall. It then polls the Scada/DCS/Historian, performs its automated calculations & writes the results back to the server. Automated well test analysis results and MBAL/EBAL reports are published to the ODSI-Report file on the server. Our recently published SPE Paper discusses the physics and methods in the package. While the entire program is not complete, we do have some modules of the software that are commercial:



We are currently working on linking our reservoir simulator to our completion and wellbore models to create a "transient nodal" package.  This package will allow reservoir pressure to change, allow fluid and rock properties to change, and allow wellbore temperatures, pressures and phase behavior to change. With these features, the program will then have the ability to alert engineers/managers if the well performance is not matching the models, and will eliminate the "snapshot" errors of current nodal programs.

The software also works on historic data and can review months or years of high-frequency data very quickly, looking for changes in the well performance and apparent hydrocarbon volumes.