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Welcome to the Digital Well Management Blog

Welcome to the Digital Well Management Blog

We are excited to launch The Digital Well Management Blog. Our ambition is to create a space where Energy professionals come to increase their knowledge within planning and execution of Well Intervention and Completion operations.

Why? Because we believe that you, like us, want to grow as a professional and maximize your company’s value.

By using commercially available technology and digital solutions, you can save a significant amount of planning time. And more importantly, ensure that every job is performed as efficiently as possible, every time.

Through this blog, Stimline aims to make the industry best practices available to you, along with research and recommendations to help you become more efficient. 



The content on The Digital Well Management Blog is primarily crafted for oil and gas professionals, and we will cover topics related to Well Intervention and Completion operations.

More specifically, we will discuss ways you can increase performance and, lower emissions and operational costs, through continuous improvement driven by data.

In order to meet your high expectations, we have carefully chosen some of our most specialized resources and sharpest minds to contribute as authors on this blog.

The Digital Well Management Blog will give our followers and customers the opportunity to take part in Stimline's experience and knowledge, which has been accumulated since the company was founded in 2010. 



We know that efficient and reliable operations are crucial to our clients.
Stimline’s mission is to add value to our customers by providing knowledge and experience from digitization of drilling operations and applying it to Intervention and Completion operations.

Therefore, we launch this blog with a series of articles related to digitization of Well Intervention, initially:

Attached to every article, you will find pieces of in-depth knowledge you can download for free, like:

Every month or so from now, our experts will continue to publish knowledge articles to the blog from the expertise they have gained working with major international Energy companies. 



As we continue to build this blog, we'll also create more specific content around different innovative solutions, and how they can improve your Intervention and Completion operations. 

A blog like this will also, by its social nature, become a place to interact with our customers and business partners. We look forward to taking your feedback into consideration as we move ahead.

I personally encourage you to visit The Digital Well Management Blog regularly. And do feel free to contact us for more information!

Please consider subscribing and engaging in discussions in the comments field below. Feel free to share and comment our articles on social media like LinkedIn and its dedicated discussion groups.

Thank you for reading, visiting and contributing to building a better industry.

Tom Fedog - Co-founder and CEO

Tom Fedog,
CEO and Co-founder of Stimline

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