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Join the SPE Drilling Systems Automation Technical Section for a Special Event held in conjunction with the 2014 IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition in Fort Worth, Texas

SPE Drilling Systems Automation Technical Section Special Event— Real-Time Data: Access, Analytics, and Decisions to Improve Automated Drilling Operations

When: Monday, 3 March from 1300–1700
Where: Omni Hotel, Ballrooms 1–4, Fort Worth, Texas

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Note: To register for the Drilling Systems Automation Technical Section Special Event, you must first register for the 2014 IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition.

Title:  “Real-Time Data: Access, Analytics, and Decisions to Improve Automated Drilling Operations”
If we can: easily access reliable, standardized operational and control data in real-time at the wellsite; easily share data across disciplines and even among companies; shrink the learning curve by using analytics on real-time data to make decisions, could we automate and improve drilling operations? 

Format: Presentations and panel debate moderated by Eric van Oort, B.J. Lancaster Professor in Petroleum Engineering, University of Texas.

  • Benjamin Mann, Ayasdi Gov’t Services
  • Mike Loudermilk, Lime Rock Resources
  • Brett Borland, ConocoPhillips
  • Shahab Mohaghegh, West Virginia University – Petroleum Data-Driven Analytics Technical

Section:

  • Richard Logan, Halliburton
  • Terry Loftis, Transocean
  • Robello Samuel, Halliburton Fellow – Digital Energy Technical Section

DSATS Coffee Break : 1500–1530

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Reception immediately following sponsored by SAS.

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