Transforming Offshore Operations - Working with Digital Technology

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

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Helping production engineers make better operational decisions using digital technology

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Joe Chesak
Fablabs AS


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Talk Description
  • Why reservoir simulators are often not helpful as a basis for decision making
  • Integrating production engineering decisions with offshore operations decisions (shift times, times to make adjustments to valves, perhaps maintenance)

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