C3 AI and Baker Hughes have revealed an artificial intelligence (AI) collaboration with Petronas on Feb. 26 to apply BakerHughesC3.ai (BHC3) technology across Petronas’s strategic digital transformation programs.
As the custodian of Malaysia’s national oil and gas resources, Petronas runs an extensive digital transformation program across energy operations to extract value from data. The adoption of AI as part of its overall program for improved oil and gas productivity, asset integrity, and safety supports Petronas‘s commitment to provide clean, efficient energy solutions by harnessing the power of technology.
Petronas will work with energy technology, data science, and AI experts at Baker Hughes and C3 AI to collaborate on projects focused on improved reliability of energy assets in critical operations. Utilizing Microsoft Azure, Petronas will deploy the BHC3 Reliability application to further improve maintenance programs for gas turbines and, in a separate project, improve the reliability of control valves by detecting anomalous conditions, preventing downtime.
“Petronas addresses the energy demands of today by leveraging the power of digital as an accelerator, technology as a differentiator, and data as an asset,” Samsudin Miskon, Petronas project delivery and technology senior vice president, said. “Petronas is committed to accelerated digital transformation that delivers productivity, efficiency, visibility, safety and performance. The predictive intelligence of AI is critical to meeting these needs, and this is only possible with AI that drives outcomes at pace and scale.”
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