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August 2019

The machine learning issue:
- Why machine learning's impact may not be what we think
- How do we use machine learning on oil and gas subsurface and production data? - interview with Duane Dopkin, Executive Vice President of Geosciences at Emerson E&P Software
- ML in facies classification and seismic inversion - CGG GeoSoftware’s Daria Lazareva and Brian Russell explained how to do it
- ML on equipment – spotting failure signatures - We talked to Mike Brooks, Asset Performance Management (APM) consultant at AspenTech
- What you can do with satellite imagery - report from the Maxar annual “ENGAGE” conference in Barcelona
- DUG – HF elastic FWI on the cloud – on 250 petaflops - interview with Matt Lamont, managing director, DUG
- Biodentify – doing DNA analysis of microbes from soil and seabed samples to help find hydrocarbons
 
Subsurface
- Launch of “Open Subsurface Data Universe” forum
- Silixa’s in-well fibre optic sensing – Silixa reports that its improved fibre optic sensing technology for wells is proving useful in subsea wells and CO2 storage wells
 
EAGE London report
- “What Will the Oil & Gas Industry Look Like in 2030 and Beyond” according to senior representatives from IEA, BP and Equinor
- BP’s efforts to reduce CO2 emissions range from reducing methane intensity in operations to investing in battery technology, said Angela Strank, Head of Technology and Chief Geoscientist Downstream with BP
- Investor groups are putting increasing pressure on oil company boards to do more about climate, said Jon Erik Reinhardsen, chairman of Equinor (formerly Statoil) – and we can expect behaviour to change as a result
- New technologies - with senior speakers from BP, ExxonMobil, PGS, Total and IBM - how the shale revolution happened, better ways to digitise information in people’s heads, and what success looks like today, among other topics
- The changing role of geoscientists and engineers - discussion with two recent graduates working at BP and Halliburton, the CEO of CGG, a lecturer from Imperial College and an executive search consultant


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