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Terry Price - Associate Partner | Global Chemicals & Petroleum Upstream

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Deb Chakraborty - Asset Management Consultant for Process, Energy and Utility Sectors

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Douglas McGarrie - Enterprise Business Unit Technical Leader

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Colin Williams - Europe GDF Centre of Excellence Manager
Colin Williams is member of a specialist team within IBM focused on the Oil and Gas Industry. His domain expertise is engineering project mgt and has been for past years mentoring organisations on how systems engineering methodologies can support Upstream Capital Projects

Colin is the chairman of a Norwegian community of practice that is looking into the topic of improving supply chain
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IBM Latest News

Weather: weather radar, high-res data and mobiles
Oil and gas companies can take advantage of three technology developments to better understand weather: lower cost weather radars, high-resolution data and mobile computing, says Jim Menard of The Weather Company, an IBM Business.
18 Aug 2017

Repsol and IBM – 'cognitive' computing in E+P
Spanish oil major Repsol is working together with IBM to build a $15m-$20m system to answer difficult questions about which licenses to bid for an how to optimise production, using experts together with big data. By Santiago Quesada, Repsol's director for exploration and production technology
13 Mar 2015

Integrating asset management and SCM
Most offshore supply chain management is to deliver items to help manage the offshore asset - so it makes sense to keep your asset management and supply chain management systems tightly integrated, says IBM's Deb Chakraborty
08 May 2014

IBM chosen to support BP's global workforce
Integrating global business processes and launching new collaboration capabilities to support 60,000 of BP's global employees
26 Mar 2014

Analytics driven predictive asset management
It is time that the oil and gas industry moved from predictive maintenance -doing maintenance tasks according to a predefined schedule - to an analytics driven approach, where you make better predictions of what maintenance needs to be done, said Deb Chakraborty, Associate Partner, Asset Management Solutions at IBM
13 Sep 2013

Statoil, Kongsberg, IBM and DNV $25m environmental monitoring system
Kongsberg, IBM and DNV have announced plans to develop a real time environmental monitoring system for Statoil Research and Development Center in Trondheim.
16 Dec 2011

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Doing more with Engineering Data
Futureproofing and optimizing our data assets
06 Oct 2015

Doing more with subsurface data
Measuring subsurface data project success - using well data in subsurface interpretation
12 Mar 2014

Supply chain management - reducing complexity
Ways to make supply chains easier to manage - reducing staff errors, improving predictability
28 Nov 2013

Managing seismic data
How do you decide what seismic data to keep?
26 Nov 2013

Improving offshore facilities management, operations and maintenance
New techniques to improve operations and maintenance of offshore facilities
20 Mar 2013

IT infrastructure for the digital oilfield
Keeping your IT infrastructure risk and hassle free
07 Jun 2012


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