Traditionally, in the energy industry, modeling has been approached in silos. Software is developed for specific engineers, the company is split across disciplines and often located in different buildings with limited or no interaction. But hydrocarbons have to flow through interconnected pores and fractures, into wells drilled into the reservoirs and connected on the other side to flowlines and pipelines, finally into processing facilities before ending up in the market as products.
With Energy Components Integrated Asset Modeling (EC IAM), Quorum provides a framework to treat modeling more like the physical production system – integrated. EC IAM software platform is addresses complex asset infrastructure, multiple model types and the management of complex hydrocarbon fluid systems.