Our thinking has been why not? When everything we do is online over a browser and now increasingly over Apps – why should computations associated with engineering workflows be any different? And with all of this work from home scenario unfolding before us because of the pandemic, this makes more sense than ever! 

Our products integrate with all existing tools and software widely used in the oil and gas industry (production software like Oil Flow Manager, reservoir simulators like Eclipse).    This integration enables hybrid models to run seamlessly, provide insights, and visualize results that enable quicker decision making.      Our hybrid models automate the current linear process of modeling and decision making in the industry. This not only identifies the number of wells and their locations to maximize NPV for a greenfield reservoir but also identifies new infill well locations for any brownfield reservoir. This means quicker runs to ultimately display reservoir productivity maps. 

Such seamless integration has been possible because of our collective experience as users and from feedback from our early clients.

At Resermine we focus on not just solving immediate problems but automating workflows and learning from them.  This helps us make products that users love.

As a software architect, my goal is to develop easily deployable systems.    We use independently deployable microservices such as Docker and Kubernetes. Docker eliminates compatibility issues giving the flexibility to choose between external cloud (AWS or Azure) or internal cloud deployment. Kubernetes automates deployments and pushes real-time updates. This architecture also makes it easy to scale based on client requirements. 

It has been an enjoyable experience in creating and learning with the team! It is really satisfying to see our early users rally behind us especially during this work from home environment !! 

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