In the first part of a two-part article, Svein Strømberg, Baker Hughes, explores how investment emphasis in subsea projects has shifted from high-profile standalone developments to exploitation of existing discoveries.
The virtual server was created for geology and field development specialists, who create 3D models of gas condensate fields in Petrel software package and work with over hundred gigabytes of data.
Rebecca Wallace, Saudi Aramco, explores the digital technologies the company are deploying in the pursuit of sustainability, efficiency and safety.
Eigen and Wintershall Dea have extended their partnership to deploy the principal integration, visualisation and management platform for production engineers at the oil and gas company’s Brage oilfield.
The solution will aim to minimise safety risks, enhance asset integrity and create potential savings of AUS$$2.8 billion per year for the Australian offshore energy industry.
In the second part of this two-part article, Lisa J. Graham, Seeq Corp., provides use cases of machine learning in action in the oil and gas industry.
Machine learning is a powerful tool, but it requires extensive domain expertise for successful deployment, as Lisa J. Graham, Seeq Corp., explains in the first part of a two-part article.
Al Rivero, Rajant Corporation, explains the operational benefits achieved from connecting isolated oilfields to a central operations centre through wireless broadband networks.
Well Control School has announced the launch of the SMART knowledge retention programme, a new online well control training aid.
Pre-Stack Pro enables users to fully leverage 100% of their seismic data using advanced tools for AVO processing and quantitative amplitude interpretation.