Computer Works, Inc., has developed software tools that give
you, the independent producer, low cost, easy-to-use management
solutions for your production data needs.
products can be integrated as a total system solution or installed
individually. The systems are effectively used on local area networks,
standalone computers, laptops, and portables.
offer complete training, support, and ongoing software maintenance.
Since every company is unique in its data collection requirements,
we work with the company to adapt our systems to handle their
Production Evaluation software combines a production management
tool that captures and analyzes production data with an economics
module to perform a variety of cash flow analysis. The program
is designed to import production data through TCW's own data collection
system (GRT), direct entry, SCADA, public data sources, or company-specific
data sources. Once captured, data can be exported to most leading
oil and gas accounting systems or other engineering programs;
plus, it can be used to forecast future production rates and reserve
main component of the Production Evaluation system is the database
itself. We utilize the Microsoft Access" jet engine"
for storing monthly and daily well test, and economic parameters
of individual wells.
Source and Use of Production Information:
Gauge Sheet and Run Ticket System
from state agencies, such as the State of New Mexico
from automatic meters such as ABB Total Flow
entry through a series of data input screens
Uses of the Information:
daily well performance by well, by group, or by exception
monthly production data graphically, or through the many
future production through curve fitting techniques or
directly, by using decline parameters
gas wells with the using P/Z techniques
the projected production in the vigorous economic module
that is an integral part of the database
Users of TCW Systems:
pumpers and gaugers use TCW's Classic GRT system
and reservoir engineers use the ProdEval System
companies use a combination of products including the
institutions use the property evaluation portion of the