Amazon Web Services Inc.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers a set of services that together form a reliable, scalable, and inexpensive computing platform “in the cloud.”
In 2006, Amazon Web Services LLC (AWS), an Amazon.com company, officially began offering developer customers access to in-the-cloud infrastructure services based on Amazon's own back-end technology platform. Today, AWS is a comprehensive cloud services platform, offering compute power, storage, content delivery, and other functionality that enables businesses to cost-effectively deploy applications and services with greater flexibility, scalability and reliability.
Editor's note: Updated Aug. 25, 2020.
Amazon Web Services, Shell and SLB are collaborating to streamline workflows and transform workloads.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including SBM Offshore winning the FEED contract for Exxon Mobil’s Whiptail FPSO and a collaboration agreement by AWS, Shell and SLB.
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Amazon Web Services recently gave four dozen companies from countries worldwide a virtual platform to showcase their clean energy technologies — in 90 seconds or less.
EOT and AWS’ agreement calls for deploying the next generation of predictive maintenance by combining generative AI with edge computing.
Regulatory uncertainty, data security are also speed bumps on the road to the technology’s adoption.
Here is a look at some of this week’s renewable energy news, including First Solar’s $1.1 billion solar panel facility groundbreaking in Louisiana.
Abdul Latif Jameel Global Energy’s Fotowatio Renewable Ventures will use energy from five solar farms in Spain to power Amazon’s operations, a news release says.
The sooner companies start using generative AI, the sooner they’ll reap benefits, experts say. But some E&Ps worry proprietary data and methods will get passed to other customers.
From the oil field to the back office, AI is helping the industry speed up workflows, improve worker safety and better maintain assets.
AI capabilities are evolving and helping optimize workflows and aiding E&Ps with the vast troves of data they collect daily.
The operator is working with Amazon Web Services to migrate to the cloud in order to reduce capex and gain access to software-defined technology.
AWS will invest $100 million in a program connecting machine learning and AI experts with customers to accelerate innovation and success through generative AI.
Experts, including Baker Hughes Chairman and CEO Lorenzo Simonelli, called for increased collaboration and more investment in digital tech during the AWS Energy Symposium.
AWS provides an elastic and scalable cloud infrastructure to run HPC applications.
This second of a four-part series of webinars focuses on how data are changing to make oil and gas E&P more efficient and productive.