Measure | Analyze | Predict

  What is WellCaddie

WellCaddie is a full-service monitoring platform that is scalable from the largest to the smallest producers. Unlike large-scale data acquisition systems which can be expensive and complicated, WellCaddie is applicable for single wells and compressors, small fields and stranded assets. No special programs are necessary. Technical requirements are supported by our programming and engineering staff for an economical monthly fee.


WellCaddie uses the latest cellular technology to transmit information from a lease to the cloud. The data is analyzed and presented in easy-to- read graphs.


With WellCaddie it is easy to analyze data using charts and graphs. Informed decisions are made which save time.


Be proactive by recognizing trends instead of reacting to events. Constant monitoring with WellCaddie will increase productivity and efficiency.


WellCaddie provides constant contact with the field. Any end-device that has a digital or analog output can be measured and reported online.

The WellCaddie flow controller has been designed as a drop-in replacement for turbine meters. Simply remove the existing meter and replace it with the digital WellCaddie flow controller. WellCaddie is attached to conventional power or mounted on a solar panel.


With WellCaddie it's a snap to connect to the cloud. Operators and employees can monitor and manage production from any device that has an internet connection. Operators are in control of their assets by using smartphones, tablets or desktop computers.


*Graph and Table feature Live Data


Generally, operators have limited appreciation for the stress and operational limits of equipment. WellCaddie provides historical data in a graphical form to predict trends. Operators go from reacting to problems after they occur to proactively predicting issues, reducing downtime.

Problem Wells

Start your day knowing which assets need attention - eliminate standard pumper route and direct efforts to problems

Line Breaks

Constant flow and lower pressure may mean a possible leak or line break

Pump Cycling

Pump is not running 100% of the time. Lower your pump rate to save energy & equipment wear

Pump Down

No flow and dropping pressure means the pump is down. Use the data as a pressure falloff curve

Pump Chatter

Flow graphs indicate when a pump is failing due to limited water or trash in valves


See trends to prevent overpressuring - set alerts to protect equipment

Loss of Power

Detect loss of power

Plugged Filter

Measure upstream & downstream pressures - increases in pressure drop can predict plugging filters

Plugging Well

Use the Hall Plot to know in advance when a formation is plugging - schedule remedial work to increase injectivity

Nothing wrong

Nothing is wrong - this is the best. Move on to something that needs attention