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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.

Jun-Jul 2020   Jun 2020

PIDX EVENT REPORT
Chevron and PIDX plan for GHG standards
Microsoft perspectives on oil and digital
Sphera - Getting more sophisticated with spares
PIDX goals – transition, modernisation, adoption
Enverus - Making field tickets easier to manage

SUBSURFACE
SpotLight – “point” seismic to detect changes in the subsurface

OPERATIONS
DNV GL - How can we assess a digital twin?
DevOps at Kongsberg Digital
EM&I – laser scanning for FPSO tank inspection
ABB’s “Augmented Field Procedures” platform
Cognite – how digital tools can help suppliers
Contextualized data from Cognite operationalized with Low Code
Cognite’s successful use cases
Repsol – blockchain for supply chains
Intelligent Plant – now connected to Power BI Subscribers only

Apr-May 2020   Apr 2020

COMMENT
The organisation-centric approach to tech

SUBSURFACE
1st Subsurface – the TROVE decision support tools for exploration managers

OPERATIONS
  • Cognite – a business putting data in context
  • MAN Energy Solutions – new data collaboration platform
  • Spearphishing attack shuts down US gas facility
  • Lone Star - well data analytics-as-a-service
  • IFS – 2019  “best year ever” in oil and gas software sales
  • Validere - analytics to understand HC quality
  • Subsea - advances in wireless monitoring

SUBSEA EXPO REPORT
  • How the energy industry is changing – reports from Aberdeen
  • Marginal fields operations – new approaches - from Pharis Energy, Jersey Oil and Gas, Amplus Energy and Indigotigre
  • Equipment for marginal fields - Crondall, Atkins, Neodrill
  • NOV – storing oil, pigs, and water treatment on the seabed
Subscribers only

Feb-March 2020   Feb 2020

OPENING
  • Adaptable culture could be the key to success- Liv Hovem
  • How oil and gas professionals who class themselves as 'digital leaders' differ from 'digital followers' in other aspects
  • DNV GL survey – comparing attitudes of the young and old
  • ABB’s subsea power system – a game changer for subsea?
  • BCG – how to make a successful digital twin
  • MEMS for onshore seismic make big progress

OPERATIONS
  • Maxar – How satellite imagery and radar is helping in E&P
  • OFS Portal – digitalising the supply chain internationally
  • Geologix – oil operations analytics which are easy to understand
  • Sorting out data after a takeover - 300m unstructured documents
  • InEight – using software to better “package” projects


Subscribers only

Dec 2019 - Jan 2020   Jan 2020

REPORT FROM OUR KUALA LUMPUR FORUM
  •     How to scrape useful data from pdfs
  •     Brunei Shell – moving documents to a standard structure
  •     Geologix – using data to understand production
  •     A data on demand system at PETRONAS
  •     Sarawak Shell – condensing subsurface data onto a grid
  •     Energistics – using RESQML to move subsurface data
  •     Clustering considerations for machine learning
  •     Brunei Shell - monitoring compliance of wells data
  •     Accenture - How to make data science useful in oil and gas
OPERATIONS
  •     LR - establishing ‘safety tech’ as a technology category
  •     Real-time people data from “wearables” – an integrated safety system
  •     SecurityScorecard – assessing cybersecurity from outside
  •     Actenum - How an E&P saved £500k from better scheduling
  •     Cortez Subsea – developments with 3D subsea imagery
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Sept Oct Nov 19   Nov 2019

COMMENT
Is it time we took more of a project management approach to digital technology projects for our organisations?

REPORTS FROM OFFSHORE EUROPE IN ABERDEEN
  • BP, Cognite and Equinor on how to move forward with digitalisation
  • The carbon and digital energy transition
  • Total’s CEO Patrick Pouyanné on carbon
  • How EY and DNV GL see the future of energy
  • Benefits from digital transformation “thin on the ground”

OPERATIONS DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
  • Schneider Electric - Integrating power and process systems
  • ABB – reduce offshore fuel consumption and improve operations
  • OT cyber security needs more attention in many companies - ABB
  • Claroty – how the OT threat landscape is changing
  • Emerson – how automation can help improve operations
  • Fieldbit – platform for field service visualisation
  • Closer supplier relationships to reduce subsea development costs - Baker Hughes GE
  • Eigen – integrating drilling and equipment data
  • Restrata – using data to track offshore people
  • Visavi – helping AkerBP with operational planning
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