Solving E&P problems with digitalisation

Are 'digital' people as disruptive as they claim to be? How can the status quo be changed? 0

Wednesday, November 13, 2019, London, The Geological Society

The path of digitalisation in oil and gas has not been smooth. Plenty of talk and potential, not so much actually happening.

Digital people give a good talk about 'disruption' but when you look at what is actually going on, it is more about tying companies to long term, expensive subscription contracts. Maybe digital technology would add more value if it was implemented in smaller packages, with more use of open standards and better interoperability. But how do we get there?


This event continues from our past 'Solving E&P problems with digitalisation' event held in

November 2018
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Agenda

9:30 Welcome & Introduction: followed by SESSION 1:

9:40

Speaker from - - Oil company




Oil company
10:15

Speaker from - - Oil company




Oil company
10:50 Coffee & Tea; Exhibits

11:20

Speaker from - - Technology / service company




Technology / service company
11:55

Speaker from - - Technology / service company




Technology / service company
12:30

Speaker from - - Technology / service company




Technology / service company
13:00 Lunch & Exhibits, followed by SESSION 3:

14:00

Speaker from - - Technology / service company




Technology / service company
14:45

Speaker from - - Oil company




Oil company
15:20

Speaker from - - Technology / service company




Technology / service company
15:55 Close

Sponsors of this event

Digital Energy Journal
Founded in 2006, Digital Energy Journal is the world's leading magazine for digital technology in the upstream oil and gas industry, covering developments in exploration, drilling and production, covering IT infrastructure, software, automation and people. We produce 6 issues per year, distributed by print and pdf, and an e-mail newsletter every Friday. Digital Energy Journal the official publication of Finding Petroleum. Subscriptions are GBP 250 a year.

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