BP's proprietary Integrated Surveillance Information System (ISIS) was deployed globally starting in 2006. The system delivers well performance data to petroleum engineers in field and office sites in near real time. The paper presents two case studies on implementing remote well performance monitoring on two Greenfield assets in Africa and Asia where distance, national culture, and language differences must be addressed as part of a technology rollout. Based on the case studies, there is evidence that Greenfield assets can adopt new ways of working and technology that allows them to surpass the performance on similar Brownfield projects.

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