In this webinar, Ryan Benoit, Ambyint's Chief Technology Officer, will discuss how the Internet of Things (IoT) is irreversibly changing the way businesses think about field automation and data collection, as well as the current state of leading edge IoT, the advantages and disadvantages of SCADA, and the future of leading edge IoT technologies.
Development and deployment of cost-effective and high-performance digital technologies, such as sensors, advanced communications and analytics tools, robotics, artificial intelligence, and blockchain is accelerating. What new ways of working do these technologies offer for energy and resources companies?
The Middle East is increasingly playing a dual role in the global energy and commodities markets.
In our new reality of $50 – 60/bbl of oil, innovation and efficiency are critical to survive and thrive.
This webinar will focus on the importance of keeping human rapport and trust at the heart of the company culture at the time of full digital revolution.
In this webinar, Neeraj Nandurdikar, Director of the Exploration and Production Group at Independent Projects Analysis (IPA), will share his perspectives on the challenges of managing complex projects.
In a challenging market environment, leveraging PESA’s many cost-effective trainings on leadership development, industry intelligence and focused topical trainings can be an excellent way to conserve resources.
Attend the next Packed Lunch Webinar Session and find out from Paul Moxon, VP Data Architecture and Evangelist with Denodo, how data virtualization can address the challenges facing organizations as they adopt multi-cloud data strategies.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
In this webinar hear from a panel of industry veterans discuss the strategies and tools that E&P companies can use to increase the accuracy and integrity of their production volume data. We’ll feature TESTit by Quorum Software, a field automation tool that manages gas and liquid meter inspection, sampling, and calibration events to help companies quickly identify exceptions and facilitate accurate volume recalculations.
For operators, well delivery scheduling is a complex and critical process, with substantial economic impact. Done well, it maximizes the efficient use of costly resources such as rigs, warns of operational risks (such as offset well violations or continuous drilling provision problems), improves organizational responsiveness to operational or business changes, and yields substantial economic benefits. Done poorly, the consequences can be severe: deferred production, cycle time delays, and increased costs.