Energy Technology Services

  • WRM Digitalisation
  • Integrated Asset Management
  • Enterprise
  • Low & Zero Carbon

WRM Digitalisation

Our professionals have a thorough understanding of the fundamental physical and mathematical concepts that control many engineering challenges, we apply many of these principles in the development of specialized business intelligent software to address some of these issues for energy providers.

Our Core Focus

  • WRM Digitalisation

  • Integrated Asset Management

  • E&P Enterprise Planning

  • Low & Zero Carbon

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  1. Continuous monitoring of asset performance parameters

  2. Track deviations and anomalies (daily, periodic , specialised)

Data / Data Mgt.

  • Acquire data to spot inconsistencies across disciplines

  • Access to right version of data for analysis and interpretation


  • Review right version of data

  • Data to barrel decisions

Opportunity Identification

  • Quick identification of opportunities for well intervention

Candidate Selection

  • Economics evaluation

  • Risk analysis and ranking


  • Well intervention or workover execution

SEPAL WRM solution is a cloud-based technology with end-to-end WRM workflow, connecting people and data to achieve WRFM goals

Benefits of SEPAL WRM:

  • Single source of truth database for WRM team

  • Easy and secured access to operational data at anytime and from any location

  • Improved probability of well intervention success rate

According to the UN Global Pulse report, professionals spend over 70% of their time on data discovery with little below 30% of the time spent on data analysis underlying the business/technical decisions.

Fundamental questions:

  • Do you know where all your data reside?

  • Are your data integrated, queryable and accessible from any location?

  • Have you moved beyond spreadsheet analytics in asset management?

  • Are your asset management processes digitalised?

Key WRM Challenges:

  • Unrealised production optimisation opportunities

  • Production problems and enlarged basket of shut-in wells without further-use initiatives

  • Low rate of well intervention successes due to wrong decisions