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Digital Technology Contribution to Oil & Gas Services

 Ian Moore PhD
  4th-Apr-2017
Description: Oil and Exploration in the future will be more challenging following the Macondo tragedy; with its reliance on offshore developments, geopolitically risky regions and environmentally and economically challenging alternatives. Offshore developments are a key component of the required future supply. Operators will have to adapt and transform to explore and develop successfully and safely rehearsing in advance of operations and making more use of simulation tools and techniques. Digital Technologies through facilitating real-time collaboration can help reduce the risk of future incidents, while at the same time provide additional capability to improve field management.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Fossil Fuel/Nuclear
Contributing Organization: Capgemini Consulting
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Contents:
The Contribution of Digital Technology
How can Integrated Operations Help ?
Dr Ian Moore
Principal, EMEA
Oil & Gas Services, Centre of Excellence

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Ian Moore PhD
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