Wells have a life. They go from an idea, to a hole in the ground. This hole produces oil or gas for a time and then eventually the production stops. Often when the well stops producing, an intervention is done to get the well producing again. Finally, when the reservoir pressure is too low and artificial lift techniques are too costly, the well is abandoned.
This timeline can span decades. WellLine (powered by Maana) allows petro-technical engineers to see all of the events in a timeline regardless of where the data is stored. The data needed to pull this information together can exist in multiple databases, documents and log files.
WellLine has the ability to integrate this data and develop data event miners that can extract the events and present them on a timeline and connect them all together. An event might be a non-productive time event, casing being run, an intervention to perform an acid job, a production failure, etc. If you can define the event WellLine can find it in all of your wells.