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.
On Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 10:00am CST, Innio Waukesha Gas Engines is hosting a one-hour live webinar discussing engine solutions for Oilfield Power Generation.
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 oil industry is in a period of transition during which companies, professionals, governments and academic institutions await what may be a new cycle in oil prices or a complete change in market dynamics due to policies, technologies and CO2 emission regulations.
The oil and gas industry uses static and dynamic reservoir models to assess volumetrics and to help evaluate development options via production forecasts.
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, 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.
In our new reality of $50 – 60/bbl of oil, innovation and efficiency are critical to survive and thrive.
This presentation will outline the theory of cross-well EM system, survey design and modelling, data acquisition configuration and workflow.
Many government leaders have initiated blockchain prototypes, live pilots, and active use case development. However, there is still a limited view of the technology's potential impact on government organizations.
The Middle East is increasingly playing a dual role in the global energy and commodities markets.