Digital Oilfields Global Summit 2013

Nov 18, 2013 to Nov 20, 2013

Location 129 Wilton Road
London, SW1V 1JZ, UK
Cost N/A
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Integrating systems and streamlining the flow of data from field to boardroom.

Description
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i-Field. Smart Field. The Field of the Future: Over the years, digital oilfields have been given many names, yet their purpose, aims and challenges remain essentially the same. In an era in which regulatory pressures are constantly mounting, and the complexities involved in developing future oil reserves are rising, oil and gas companies need to optimise their production levels, develop faster and more accurate data analysis and decision making, and increase their safety levels.

Returning this year after last year’s successful launch, the Digital Oilfields Global Summit 2013 has been designed to explore how developing digital technologies and the use of high performance data management tools in drilling and exploration, project management, data acquisition and production, and integrity management and HSE will ensure system optimisation and increased transparency for all. Still not convinced? Here are just some of this year’s hottest topics:
- Real time data management and analysis: effectively manage your digital oilfield data for future functionality and building data foundations
- Supporting drilling operations using cloud software tools: getting the data to the right people at the right time
- Understanding and analysing the advantages of digital oilfield projects for your upstream activities
- Cyber security: the Shamoon Virus and it’s legacy on cyber security in the Middle East

For more information please:
Visit: http://bit.ly/13D1nJM
Call: +44 (0) 20 7036 9300
Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk

Keywords: shamoon virus, real time data management, cloud software tools, smart field, i-field, streamlining data flow, integrating systems, digital oilfields, oil and gas, cyber security, london
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