Join Water Street Partners Thursday, February 22nd from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. EST for a virtual discussion on the understanding HSE risks and collaborating effectively to address them in non-operated joint ventures.
Our panel of experts will explore how your data—an all too often untapped asset—can by harnessed to optimize pipeline expansion and performance. You'll learn how advanced virtualization, asset performance management and remote monitoring as well as data acquisition and management strategies can help you unlock the potential of your pipelines, from pre-FEED to long-term maintenance.
This webinar will include an overview of API RP 1173: Pipeline Safety Management Systems by an industry leader on the topic, and a discussion of previous and ongoing industry commitment and work to ensure pipeline operators are starting the PSMS process.
In this webinar, Professor Venkat Venkataraman and Arno van den Haak will discuss their latest e-book “Pathways and Principles for Energy Transformation” to help customers with their digital transformation efforts.
The 22nd edition of our annual thought leadership forum bringing together energy leaders from around the globe is going virtual.
Demand for energy grew strongly in 2018 – why? And what does this mean for the energy transition? What significant events affected global energy markets last year?
Please join PESA for a CID Database Training Webinar.
The webinar will focus on the basics of navigating within the PESA CID database. A link to the webinar will be sent to registrants on the day of the event.
Learn about a new offering from Rockwell Automation that models data in your controller application and uses machine learning to estimate values and detect anomalies in your process.
In this presentation, you will learn how automated analysis of thin sections and trim ends can help reduce the risk of “Orphaned Data” and bring rocks back into the mainstream E&P workflow. Using scanning electron microscopy and visualization and processing software from FEI, geologists and petrophysicists can gain statistically relevant answers faster and more accurately than with standard point counting.