Oil & Gas serves as the lifeblood of the global economy, and assisting organizations with data that can help in making important decisions is Tachyus. The company offers data-driven production optimization software to the Oil & Gas industry, declared today that it had secured a Series B funding course led by Cottonwood Venture Partners (“CVP”), a growth equity company that associates with technology businesses providing digital resolutions for the energy arena.
Tachyus is an industry head in optimizing territories under secondary and tertiary restoration, including water and vapor flooding. Founded in Silicon Valley with extensive oilfield experience, Tachyus has developed beyond North America with clients in Europe, Argentina, and Asia. Tachyus’ cloud-hosted software is being fueled by data physics, a different blend of artificial intelligence and physics that swiftly and accurately foretells the reservoir’s answer to fluctuations in stimulation.
According to Paul Orland, CEO and Co-Founder of Tachyus, in these economic conditions, oil and gas operatives need disruptive instruments to optimize their fields. This investment enables Tachyus to attain more customers and expedite the delivery of the latest technology that enhances Tachyus’ clients’ business performance.
As a portfolio business of CVP, Tachyus accompanies other leaders in the energy technology area. According to Jeremy Arendt, Managing Partner of CVP, as the Oil & Gas industry develops in the front of new commercial difficulties, operators need to concentrate on getting the high-grade production from their assets, and Tachyus’ technology has a past record of achieving just that. CVP is excited to associate with the Tachyus side to increase their influence and enable customers to optimize generation across their areas.