Artificial intelligence

May 11, 2023
The state-of-the-art subsea platform, an unmanned underwater vehicle ("UUV") with advanced artificial intelligence, sensing capabilities, and more can perform a growing number of jobs without hazarding human divers.
May 04, 2023
In a session titled “Artificial intelligence, real-time monitoring, automation and big data,” Shell’s Gulf of Mexico Safety Manager, Neisha Kydd, and Oxy’s Director of Enterprise Architecture & Emerging Technologies, Mansoor Nazar, discussed the ways their companies utilize artificial intelligence, automation and robotics in safety spaces, the limitations of these technologies, and the future of AI in their respective companies and the offshore industry as a whole.
April 14, 2023
Following commissioning, Nauticus expects to send the initial Aquanaut MK2 units to the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico in the coming months to support customer initiatives in those regions.
April 05, 2023
The deployment provides scalability, flexibility, integration, and third-party collaboration and accelerates the adoption of machine learning and artificial intelligence across the drilling and wells organization.
March 2023
As ML applications become easier to access and use, they are setting the stage for rapid scaling across the E&P industry to assist the human decision-making process. A new ML-based drilling system recommender illustrates how this scaling is improving drilling performance and reducing energy extraction costs.
February 24, 2023
The Envana™ digital emissions management solution provides a smarter and more accurate picture of emissions, which gives companies actionable information to manage and reduce their total carbon footprint.
December 23, 2022
By forging this new relationship with DataRobot, Weatherford will accelerate the development of machine learning and AI-enabled offerings within its digital solutions portfolio to deliver disruptive and innovative technologies to the oil and gas industry.
November 23, 2022
Bumi Armada, international offshore energy facilities and services provider, has partnered with OPEX (an ERM Group Company) to drive down carbon emissions on its Armada Kraken FPSO facility, which serves the EnQuest-operated Kraken Field located in the northern North Sea.
May 24, 2022
Seismicity reviews are conducted by the Underground Injection Control Department for injection/disposal well permits in areas susceptible to earthquakes and in certain geologic zones.
April 29, 2022
Schlumberger announced it has expanded its global INNOVATION FACTORI network with the inauguration of a new center in Oslo, Norway.

How to Achieve Enterprise-Scale Innovation in Energy: A real-world study on the impact of digitalization

April 28, 2022
Rapid advances towards achieving our decarbonization responsibility in energy, while delivering the enormous productivity gains required to keep up with substantial growth in the world economy this decade, face the innovation dilemma—how do you achieve meaningful innovation at enterprise-scale? Join Schlumberger, Director, Corporate Strategy & Marketing, Amit Singh, as he presents real-world solutions to the energy dual challenge, with examples of highly-successful deployments of digital technology that harness data and AI to deliver automation for customers around the globe. Amit will show how Schlumberger is leveraging industry-wide collaboration and partnership to deliver low carbon operations while driving a sustainable future.
March 10, 2022
Schlumberger expanded its INNOVATION FACTORI network with the opening of a new center in Houston, Texas.

Learn How Using ConnectedProduction Lift Surveillance’s Real Time AI Response Prioritization Technology Reduces Downtime and Deferred Production

March 24, 2022
Sensia Automation and Rockwell
Automatically prioritize wells by the criticality of their real-time operational condition with ConnectedProduction Lift Surveillance’s state-of-the-art artificial intelligence software. It’s easy to deploy and available in both cloud (SaaS) and on-prem architectures to fit into your organization today, regardless of size, scale, or level of digitalization. Created by combining technologies from trusted industry leaders Schlumberger Technology and Rockwell Automation, you can rest assured the software will continue to grow and adapt for years to come.

The New Era of Surface Logging: Digital, Automated and Sustainable

March 03, 2022
Mud gas and cuttings analysis remains at today the only direct measurement of, respectively, the reservoir fluid and rock, until a PVT sample and a core are available for laboratory analysis. Surface logging data is an attractive solution for the client to take real-time decisions as they are available while drilling, on a continuous basis and at relatively low cost. Nowadays the accuracy and quality of the surface logging data has reached a level comparable to more sophisticated downhole tools thanks to the technological evolution, processes automation and innovative digital workflows. In this presentation we will describe how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning models and ground-breaking algorithms permit a more quantitative and objective approach to determine lithology classification, enhance the accuracy of the mud gas data even in extreme drilling conditions and enable predicting fluid properties while drilling.

Enterprise AI for Field Development Optimization

December 14, 2021
Baker Hughes C3.AI
Efficiency of existing operations and investments in upstream oil and gas requires a new approach. Cleaner, safer, more efficient energy production is needed to meet increasing demand while reducing emissions. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning will play a pivotal role in unifying siloed upstream data and better optimizing field operations to meet these needs. In this webinar, World Oil editor Craig Fleming hosts a discussion about the state of digital adoption in upstream oil and gas, the complexity of adopting and scaling AI, and examples of how AI is being applied today for improved outcomes.

Drilling Innovations & Technology Forum: Fall 2021

November 10, 2021
Schlumberger, PatSnap
Advances in drilling technology increasingly require collaboration by traditional drilling players with partners outside the core of the oil & gas industry. Identifying who can provide the missing innovation pieces – whether it is a technology company to develop software for an advanced exploration system, or an academic researcher with expertise in an obscure chemical discipline – is a critical step for innovation in drilling. Join PatSnap to learn how connected innovation intelligence tools and techniques can be used to empower the drilling industry to discover and collaborate with the best possible partners.

Accelerate Adoption of the OSDU Data Platform on an Enterprise Scale

September 16, 2021
Come and discover how our ready to run service enables seamless connection to AI and domain applications for faster and improved decisions. Learn how all the tools needed to automate data loading, quality control, governance, discovery, sharing and consumption are built into a single environment that can be deployed globally through strategic partnerships.

Operational Excellence with Edge Computing for Oil & Gas

June 22, 2021
Stratus Technology
Oil and Gas companies are investing in applications to analyze data in real-time and improve the business performance. That investment involves computing platforms that are reliable in harsh environments where oil and gas assets exist. Streamline Innovations will share their application of advanced technology and how they are enabling clients to meet environmental objectives. Hear from Peter Photos, Streamline Innovations and Corie Allemand, Stratus Technologies on digital initiatives that increase efficiency, safety, and profitability. Join us for a discussion on: -Streamline Innovations use of advanced applications -ROI of Edge Computing for Streamline -Redundancy and virtualization in Edge Computing

Artificial Intelligence based Response Prioritization for Electric Submersible Pumps

November 04, 2020
A thousand alarms but only one important event. This is the reality facing many operators of electric submersible pumps (ESPs). With so much reliance on people rather than digital tools to prioritize events, it is difficult for field engineers to respond to the most important. The disparate, hit-and-miss analytics of slow-loop systems makes it difficult for operators to identify ESP issues and respond to them in a timely manner. Sensia AiRP captures, prioritizes, resolves, and reclassifies ESP events in an integrated environment, creating a single-view workflow that brings together the latest advances in AI and powerful data visualization to automate the prioritization process. By automatically and intelligently analyzing ESP events in real time, AiRP empowers you to boost operational efficiency, optimize lift, and minimize downtime by significantly cutting the response time to potentially harmful events. This solution harnessing Sensia’s full capabilities represents the first step towards lift autonomy.
December 12, 2019
The partnership will deliver unprecedented capabilities to petrotechnical domain experts in response to global demand for AI, bridging the gap between machine learning and domain expertise to enable better insights.
November 21, 2019
The system enables customer support to be delivered proactively by Wärtsilä Expertise Centres to ensure long-term accurate insight for their predictive maintenance strategies.
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