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Digital Energy Journal is the world's leading magazine for data management in the upstream oil and gas industry - covering exploration, drilling, production and supply chain management.

June 2019   Jun 2019

NEW GEOPHYSICAL APPROACHES

Examples of good data integration
Making better use of gravity and magnetotellurics
Assessing Atomic Dielectric Resonance (ADR)
Geoprovider – finding more from mud gas analysis
Moving subsurface models around using data standards
Self organising maps on subsurface data

OPERATIONS

Developing a sensor strategy - Our digital strategies are based on data gathered from the humble sensor, yet often very little thought is put into them

How do we get distributed temperature sensing data out of our wells?

Value from predictive maintenance - Predictive maintenance systems can provide better value where they can predict specific failure modes occurring, rather than where they need to predict a slow degradation of a component.

Perhaps PCs are better for hazops

Using abstraction to improve software projects - Most things in real life happen at multiple abstraction levels, but digital technology still mainly operates at a single, very low level of abstraction. How would oil and gas digital projects improve with better use of abstraction? Subscribers only

Feb-Apr 2019   Mar 2019

DNV GL - oil companies increasing digital spending

Can we make software more expert-centric?
- AI to support subsurface experts – David Bamford
- Mental modelling and expert-centric software
- Can we make search systems more interesting?
- Eigen – helping experts work with safety data
- NOV - optimized maintenance decisions – software led
- How virtual reality can support expert work

How to revitalise the UKCS
- A joint forum in Aberdeen sponsored by the UK’s Oil and Gas Authority, Subsea
UK, the Oil and Gas Technology Centre and the National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) looked at ways to revitalise the UK’s Continental Shelf.

AVORD – reducing security testing costs 40 %

How Gabon runs a license round

Energistics standards are developing and integrating
DataRobot – making data analytics much more accessible
Making hands-free maintenance easier
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Jan 19   Jan 2019



SUBSURFACE
Time to be optimistic in oil and gas? PETEX discussion
Energistics demo – moving subsurface data between clouds
CGG / WoodMac’s EV2 – evaluate basins around the world

SUBSURFACE
Time to be optimistic in oil and gas? PETEX discussion
Energistics demo – moving subsurface data between clouds
CGG / WoodMac’s EV2 – evaluate basins around the world

OPERATIONS
Are we doing cybersecurity wrong?
LR – investment for offshore safety technology
WFS – a wireless computer network on the seabed
Using digital technology to help with asset commissioning
Bentley Systems – taking structural modelling further

KUALA LUMPUR CONFERENCE
Teradata – getting data out of the applications
Alvin Alexander - How data managers can do scripting
“Simple objectives best” with ML - Manoj Goel

LONDON DIGITALISATION CONFERENCE
Bain – organisational and capability aspect the hard part
Hampton - Using automated data clean-up techniques
Teradata - why oil and gas struggles at digitalisation
Tessella – Putting the ‘data’ in data analytics
Flare Solutions - Doing more with a data lake
Subscribers only

Nov Dec 18   Nov 2018

REPORT FROM SPE ENGenious event in Aberdeen September 18:
  • The oil industry needs people “comfortable being uncomfortable” - BP’s head of upstream technology
  • Perspectives from the TLB’s co-chair Bill Dunnett
  • Saudi Aramco and Cognizant - ENGenious opening session
  • How BP and Aramco Ventures invest in technology
  • How oil and gas compares to mining in its digital transformation
  • Case studies with oil data analytics from Shell and Total
  • ENGenious – data analytics session
  • Saudi Aramco’s Saeed Mubarak – reality different to PowerPoint
  • Digital “needs to be led by people who understand it” – Accenture’s Andrew Smart
  • Bringing analytics to the control room

SUBSURFACE
  • PPDM – Improving Trust in Data
  • Silixa – what you can do with more sensitive well fibre optics

OPERATIONS
  • ABB – how to do cybersecurity on industrial systems
  • LA12 – finding new applications for virtual reality
  • The best way to mitigate cyber threats
Subscribers only

Sept-Oct 18   Sep 2018

What it means if the future of energy is both "electric and digital"

EXPLORATION
  • What happens when senior managers take an interest in digital technology – EAGE panel discussion with senior representatives of BP, Schlumberger, Total, Woodside, Repsol
  • “What we think we know” main barrier to North Sea exploration – Spectrum's Neil Hodgson
  • How to use machine learning in exploration
OPERATIONS
  • PIDX – how e-commerce standards should evolve
  • AVEVA - managing contracts, combining metal + process, and brownfield
  • EPIM - a standard supplier registration system for NCS
  • Capturing rig inspection data
  • Lloyd’s Register’s Safety Accelerator seeks new digitech
  • ExxonMobil – using innovation to improve human performance
  • Doing more with data for offshore structures
  • Lone Star – predictive analytics on ESPs
  • EU / UK’s network security regulations – and oil and gas
  • Palo Alto Networks – cybersecurity getting tougher for offshore
Subscribers only

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