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Petrobras signs agreement with Emerson to streamline software deployment and reduce deepwater operations costs

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Emerson has signed a multi-year, multi-million dollar agreement with Petrobras for managed hosting services to support Petrobras’ deepwater operations.

These services streamline deployment of Emerson’s leading exploration and development software by providing high-performance, remote desktop data management capabilities for both office and field locations, freeing Petrobras IT staff to focus on improving business processes and services.

“We’ve valued our long and positive relationship with Petrobras, helping to optimise exploration and subsurface modeling activities,” said Somesh Singh, chief product officer for exploration and production software at Emerson Automation Solutions. “Deepwater operations involve unmatched complexity, and our goal is to implement Emerson solutions to streamline workflows, simplify the delivery and management of the oil and gas software environment while boosting productivity.”

Under the terms of this agreement, Emerson will provide dedicated servers and associated hardware infrastructure to Petrobras and manage those systems on its behalf. All access for data management, configuration and optimisation is done remotely according to the needs of the customer.

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/digital-oilfield/31102019/petrobras-signs-agreement-with-emerson-to-streamline-software-deployment-and-reduce-deepwater-operations-costs/

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