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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.

Aug-Sept 2017   Aug 2017

LEADERS
  • Is 'business transformation through digitalisation' a useful term?
  • Where blockchain might help with oil and gas purchasing
  • The biggest oil and gas cybersecurity challenges
SUBSURFACE
  • Report from the Stavanger National Data Repository forum
  • AI in science- think of it like a "co-worker"
  • OCTIO - Seabed 4D gravity and subsidence monitoring
  • Silixa - acoustic sensing with much less noise
  • Pinkerfind - find information on your computer like articles on eBay
DRILLING & OPERATIONS
  • IFS and Songa Offshore - upgrading IT systems to "sell by the well"
  • Using data quality and dictionary standards in purchasing
  • M-Flow - introducing carbon fibre flowmeters to oil and gas
  • Tendeka - multiple applications from a single wireless completion tool
  • Dassault Systèmes - using digital 3D worlds to support decom
  • Transforming offshore operations - with better use of data
Lloyd's Register - optimising maintenance intervals
Texo Drone Survey and Inspection - gathering LIDAR data by drone
OPEX - Predicting failure to reduce unplanned shutdowns of offshore equipment
Subscribers only

Transforming Offshore Operations with data, Aberdeen forum June 2017   Aug 2017

Optimising maintenance intervals
Keeping maintenance databases complete
Getting by with 50 per cent less vessels
Making maintenance orders easier to update
Offshore laser scanning by drone
How offshore equipment analytics really works View Magazine

June-July 2017   Jun 2017

LEADERS
Maana - "3-10x faster than Watson" - taking software tools for decision makers to a new level

SUBSURFACE
  • Paradigm - all E&P software now available on the cloud
  • Could well planning digitech help halve well construction costs?

OPERATIONS
  • Automation driven analytics (and the reverse) - Honeywell interview
  • Aclaro Softworks - helping business units work with corporate resource data
  • SAP - in production and operations
  • Flat panel satellite antennas expected on the market in the near future
  • Energistics - developments with PRODML
  • Eigen - time for a better system to spreadsheets
  • R-CADE - a real time drilling data package
Subscribers only

Apr-May 2017 issue   Apr 2017

  • Discussing the future of oil and gas technology at the ITF Technology Showcase
  • How the industry is becoming more expert centric
  • A new way to measure density deviation
  • An App Store with tools Subscribers only

Report from March 2017 Aberdeen " Improving production rates through new approaches to digital technology"   Apr 2017


An App Store with tools to improve production
Experiences as ‘embedded IT’ in an oil company production team
Helping a UKCS company organise its production data
Why the cloud is transformational
Developments with Energistics’ PRODML
Time to move on from spreadsheets
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