C3 AI, a leading enterprise AI software provider, and Shell have inked a five-year renewal of their strategic agreement to accelerate the deployment of enterprise AI and ML applications on the C3 AI Suite across Shell.
This renewal is a significant expansion of the relationship C3 AI and Shell initially developed several years ago. The primary objective of the agreement is to address reliability, asset integrity, and process optimization across Shell businesses.
Today’s announcement builds upon the launch earlier this year of the Open AI Energy Initiative™ (OAI), a first-of-its-kind open ecosystem of AI solutions to help transform the energy industry. The OAI, launched by C3 AI, Shell, Baker Hughes, and Microsoft, provides a framework for energy operators, service providers, equipment providers, and independent software vendors for energy services to offer interoperable solutions, including enterprise AI and physics-based models, monitoring, diagnostics, prescriptive actions, and services, powered by the BHC3™ AI Suite and Microsoft Azure. With this expansion, C3 AI and Shell will accelerate the adoption of enterprise AI applications within Shell and across the wider energy market.
“C3 AI is an integral part of enabling Shell’s deployment of enterprise AI solutions at scale,” Jay Crotts, Shell CIO, said. “We are continuing our journey to replicate and scale our solutions in the areas of reliability, asset optimization, and integrity management, while exploring applications in subsurface workflows. Our predictive maintenance solutions, built on the C3 AI Suite platform, have realized value through increased reliability and reduction in cost. The adoption of enterprise AI and data-centric workflows are changing how we work with our assets and driving efficiency across our businesses.”
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