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June 2023

DECARBONISATION
 
CO2 storage – and ensuring it stays there - the best way is probably 4D seismic – but it needs to be done differently to exploration 4D to keep the costs manageable
 
Making CCS easier with improved operational models - how better models for carbon credit trading, capture methods, tanker shipping, 'CCS as a service' can work
 
 
Monitoring methane leaks from old wells - ABB has developed new technology using lasers
 
Making sense of methane emissions data - oil and gas companies are coming under increasing pressure to improve their methane emissions data, including making sure it matches data gathered by satellites - Highwood offers a way to do it
 
 
SUBSURFACE
 
Natural Language Processing on subsurface reports - Infoscience Technologies has algorithms which can ‘read’ text in reports, extract data, summarise, and classify the documents
 
Bardasz helping industry migrate to WITSML v2.1 - allowing real time data to be streamed in the latest WITSML v2.1 format
 
 
OPERATIONS
 
Improving tank storage / vessel terminal efficiency - Tank storage operator Vopak has a digital transformation program
 
Monitoring subsea movement by camera - it is common to use accelerometers. But cameras combined with markers can do the job much better, 4Subsea found
 
For predictive analytics don’t just “add AI” - you first need to ensure data systems beneath it are robust and comprehensive. AVEVA shared advice on how it can be done
 
Understanding the OT cyber risk - some OT cyber risks are less risky than we think. For business reasons it makes sense to understand where the risks are and are not. An ABB sponsored forum discussed further
 
Recovering from OT cyber attacks - Do you know enough about which of your operations the hack may disrupt, and how your operations interconnect? An ABB sponsored forum discussed
 
A survey of OT cybersecurity professionals - how attacks are being made today, the top industry priorities, top threat actors and the top ‘attack vectors’, and other observations
 


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