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LIFE Conference to address the digital future of oil and gas

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Halliburton has announced its annual Landmark Innovation Forum and Expo (LIFE) – an oil and gas business and technology event that attracts majors, independents, national oil companies, service companies and other participants from across the global exploration and production (E&P) value chain.

This year’s forum addresses the challenges that companies face as they navigate a rapidly evolving landscape and how digital technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud and big data analytics, are transforming the way that business is done.

This event will assemble a diverse group of business and technical experts, as well as industry thought leaders to share ideas on emerging technologies, generate increased collaboration and drive sustainable business value.

The agenda will be delivered through keynote presentations, digital business and IT alongside a technical programme that includes over 50 sessions and case studies. Special sessions, including distinguished lectures, hands-on workshops, cloud training, a hackathon and poster discussions delivered on the last day by the extended iEnergy® academic, developer, partner and user community.

Topics for three days will cover the entire E&P lifecycle and include:

  • Innovative science in exploration, reservoir, drilling and production.
  • Digital E&P transformation in cloud, mobility and big data analytics.
  • Smart and Connected E&PTM, software-as-a-service, automation and cloud integration OpenEarthTM Community, fostering the industry’s only open platform for domain specific application development.

“Re-imagining the oil and gas industry is critical today and happening in many different forms. LIFE 2017 provides the space for the community to jointly explore and share digital experiences and increase scientific intensity in our organisations,” said Nagaraj Srinivasan, senior vice president, Landmark and Halliburton Digital Solutions. “This year we will explore the digital links between operators and oilfield services including the application of secular breakthroughs like cloud, IoT, artificial intelligence and data security alongside specific solutions offered by the provider community.”

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