ABB and Oslo, Norway headquartered AI software boutique Arundo Analytics have teamed on what is claimed to be the ‘first, cloud-based virtual multiphase flow meter’ for offshore oil and gas. The cloud-based MPFM will integrate ABB’s ‘Ability’ oil and gas portfolio. The solution targets ‘expensive’ (but real!) MPFMs, leveraging ABB’s fifty year plus experience of physical modeling and simulating intermingled fluids.
The ‘cloud-to-cloud’ solution connects data in ABB Ability with Arundo’s Fabric cloud-based hub, providing operators with an ‘analytics-as-a-service’ offering that gives real-time insights into the constituent properties of a stream of produced fluids. Arundo’s toolset combines physical models with data science and machine learning. The offering is a component if a growing number of cloud-based, data-driven oil and gas applications. Arundo’s Composer allows desktop-based analytical models to be deployed in live, online environments ‘in minutes.’
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