OilField Manager (OFM) software provides a cost effective and integrated environment in which to accomplish complex workflows, forecasting analysis and visualization of reservoir and production data. OFM enables early detection of production problems and their possible causes, allowing engineers to manage more wells in less time and unlocking the asset to produce at full potential.
In this course, you will be taken through a series of hands-on exercises spanning project creation, project configuration and workspace customization. This course is designed for technical support personnel rather than end users, and is therefore focused on OFM’s underlying structure rather than its analytical functionalities.
After completing this training, you will know how to:
- understand the structure of an OFM project
- create a project using several methods
- support user collaboration
- assist users in their efforts to continually expand workflow implementation
- Project Creation
- Project Filters
- OFM Workspace Configuration
- Base Map Customization
- Shared Workspaces
- OFM Tools and Settings
- GIS Maps
Anyone who needs to configure or support OilField Manager (OFM) for end users
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