Transforming Offshore Operations - Working with Digital Technology

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

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Brownfield, documents to data and beyond

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Lin Whitworth
Datum 360


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Stories of the recent consolidation of brownfield data and documents that have encouraged engineers to believe in and use the information in their single source of truth

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