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Is entrepreneurship right for you? This will be the topic of discussion for Roger Hite’s live webinar on 26 May at 0830 Central Time.
No matter what we call our Digital Oil Fields — intelligent, smart, integrated — the ultimate fact is that those fields are data-driven oilfields that are interconnected in between and integrated with business networks and systems. We do understand that there is no fully secure system on this earth, however we can still have an advanced level of robust cyber security controls that can be injected during the design of the digital oil field that makes it robust against the emerging cyber threats. Join Ayman Al Issa on 11 May for this webinar.
Career Management Expert Molly Green will provide advice to professionals who want to raise their level of influence in their area of expertise, stand out in a crowded market and ultimately create new career opportunities for themselves in this webinar.
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Giovanni Paccaloni’s upcoming live webinar “Intrinsic Motivation: A Business Imperative” will be held on 9 March at 0830 Central Time.
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Babafemi A Ogunyomi will discuss Recent Advances in Rate-time Analysis: Application to Production Date From Unconventional Oil Reservoirs at 0800 on 10 December.
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“Big data combined with smart people and smart software is proving to be very powerful.” (Jeff Spath, 2014 SPE President; JPT January 2014)
What is “big data”? The term “big data” refers to more than simply a large volume of different types of data, both structured and unstructured, with varying degrees of accuracy. It also includes a suite of applications providing solutions and analysis — a data-centric method adept at uncovering otherwise invisible patterns and connections by linking disparate data types.
Large volumes of data are nothing new to the oil and gas industry. With the continued world-wide expansion of Intelligent Digital Oilfield (DOF) assets and projects, coupled with the exponential growth in the volume and complexity of acquired data, the industry needs to rapidly adapt to a new generation of technology and processes.
Find out more about Big Data in the following SPE resources:
Management: Using Big Data Analysis Tools To Understand Bad Hole Sections on the UK Continental Shelf
Joe Johnston, CGG, and Aurelien Guichard, Teradata (Journal of Petroleum Technology, October 2015).
Next Generation of Smart Reservoir Management: The Eminent Role of Big Data Analytics, SPE Forum Series, 18-21 January 2016, Dubai, UAE.
Transforming E&P Applications through Big Data Analytics, SPE On-Demand Web Event, 9 July 2015.