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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.

Dec 2019 - Jan 2020   Jan 2020

  •     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
  •     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

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

  • 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”

  • 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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Jul-Aug 2019   Aug 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
- 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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June 2019   Jun 2019


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


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? View Magazine

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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