You are Home   »   Events   »   Solving E&P problems with digitalisation   »   Video

Solving E&P problems with digitalisation

View the full agenda for this event

Monday, November 19, 2018

Video Presentation


I wouldn't start from here: A data scientists' guide to the analytics of production engineering data

View Slides

Warrick Cooke
Tessella


Having trouble seeing the video? Click here to watch in new window.

Talk Description
Advances in AI and machine learning allow previously intractable problems to be addressed through a combination of data, intelligence and computational power. Experience has taught us that unless starting with a greenfield system, much of the effort involved with applying such techniques will be spent on dealing with the complexities of legacy data. In this talk, we will give advice on how to prepare for or avoid some of the common problems encountered when taking analytics solutions from prototype to production.

Embed this video in your own website

Other talks from the same event

Karl Jeffery - editor Finding Petroleum
Chairman's introduction
Peter Parry - Partner; Leader, Oil & Gas Division Bain & Co
Organisational and capability implications of digital for E&P players
Watch Video
Waclaw (Wally) Jakubowicz - Managing Director Hampton Data
Challenges of moving information management to the cloud - both software and data
Dr Duncan Irving - Practice Partner, oil and gas Teradata
Causing E&P problems with digitalisation
Dave Camden - IM Consultant Flare Solutions Limited
Improving the ROI of your Data Lake
Watch Video

Join 10,000 oil & gas professionals who attend our events and receive our newsletter.

FEATURED VIDEO

Introduction to Onshore Rifts
by David Bamford from Finding Petroleum


"Diversity of professional backgrounds promotes wider dialogue and insights and expands audience enlightenment during question time."

KEY SUPPORTERS

Opportunities in the Eastern Mediterranean
discoveries offshore Egypt, big interest in Cyprus and developments in Israel, Lebanon
London, 20 Sep 2019