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Transform Operations, Manage Risks by Combining Process and 3D Immersive Digital Twins

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 9:00 AM

Digitalization is an imperative in today’s volatile environment where a new generation of younger, inexperienced operators bring increased risk. The process industries, in particular, need new ways to help operators navigate the growing complexity that comes with the job. Innovations in process modeling, 3D visualization and digital twin deployment enable operators to practice their skills digitally in identifying and responding to potential issues, mitigating risk and optimizing performance. Join AspenTech and Emerson industry experts for insight into: • Adding virtual reality to OTS digital twin models to improve training and operations support • Mimic Simulation Software and Mimic Field 3D Link architecture that provide applications for next-generation knowledge workers and operators • Integrating 3D visualization models with the Aspen HYSYS® Dynamics simulator to create an immersive operations environment for planning, training and supporting field operators via next gen OTS • Value delivered by these integrated solutions with proven use cases

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Thermal Spray and Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing - Two technologies to shape the future of manufacturing methods

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:00 AM

Fueled by the previous decade’s revolution in information and communication technologies, additive manufacturing has become an increasingly important part of our daily lives. Being considered as one of the most disruptive assets of the manufacturing industry, this technology is moving from rapid prototyping and niche markets to creating safe and reliable products for a growing number of industries. For several years, Vallourec has been using additive manufacturing technologies to transform its products and services offerings. The Group has focused particularly on two different technologies—Thermal Spray and Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing—that are likely to transform the Oil and Gas sector. Thermal Spray is used to develop new tubular add-ons built directly onto the pipe in order to enhance its performance and simplify running operations, while Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing disrupts the traditional supply chain of large metallic components. Bertrand Maillon and Jonathan Moulin will share the specificities and benefits of these two technologies, show how they will change the oil and gas industry and give an insight into some recent related projects.

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Schlumberger’s NeoSteer at-bit steerable systems (ABSSs)

Tuesday, May 19, 2020 10:00 AM

Schlumberger NeoSteer at-bit steerable systems (ABSSs) are a first-of-their-kind directional drilling innovation that integrate the cutting structure with the steering system. The systems are capable of drilling both high-dogleg severity (DLS) curve sections and straighter, higher-quality lateral sections at high performance in a single run. This technology has been developed as a fit-for-basin solution. NeoSteer ABSSs leverage digital technologies by combining the latest trajectory control algorithms and machine-learning and data analytics to provide our customers improved planning and execution performance. NeoSteer ABSSs have been a complete game changer in the industry, enabling our customers to benefit from improved performance by increasing the rate of penetration, improving well placement accuracy, and drilling a high-quality wellbore—all of which reduce overall well construction costs.

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Automated Workflows for Machine Learning: Powerful AI solutions that O&G companies can easily implement

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 10:00 AM

Advanced predictive analysis utilizing AI and machine learning has become the new standard in the 21st century oil and gas industry. Automated machine learning (AutoML), a technology that automates the process of machine learning training and model deployment, is the best solution for ultimate efficiency in many areas. In this webinar, learn how anyone can apply cutting-edge machine learning (ML) and use it in their production environment with AutoML technologies in an intuitive and collaborative SaaS environment. The technology grants universal AI accessibility to not only machine learning experts, but also to engineers and managers who would like to use AI to streamline their manual workflows. This presentation will demonstrate how to maximize the value of machine learning in the industry via explainable AI and machine learning-based uncertainty quantification. The information provided in the presentation benefits any data-heavy organization in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors, as well as industries outside of oil and gas.

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