Digital Data Platforms: A new Way of Working in Oil and Gas IndustryStarts: Tue, Mar 2, 2021 12:00 PM
Ends: Tue, Mar 2, 2021 1:00 PM
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Subsea StudioTM FD: Subsea Field Development Configurator.
Why is data called the new oil in the digital economy? Why are almost all industries keen on collecting data? Where does data come from? How do you collect it and use it in a meaningful way? Several companies in our industry are diligently developing various digital products leveraging various types of data. With the rise of digitalization in Oil and Gas Industry, data has now become a critical asset. Operator companies, oil field services companies, EPCI contractors and vendors are all developing their own internal digital data platforms in a quest to increase their digital presence. These platforms create an enhanced experience for customers, contractors, employees and vendors. In the near future, such platforms will be used to execute projects and share data between companies. A key benefit of these platforms is the opportunity to streamline capital as well as operational costs. In the post Covid19 world, such initiatives will become even more attractive to all the key players in the Oil and Gas ecosystem. This webinar will provide a brief overview of such digitalization initiatives and trends in the industry and present a demo of TechnipFMC’s flagship digital platform Subsea StudioTM FD.
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This webinar counts for 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH). Certificates will be provided after the presentation.
About the Presenter:
Sachin Mathakari, Principal Engineer, TechnipFMC
Sachin is a Principal Engineer at TechnipFMC. He is currently working as a Digital Project Lead for Subsea StudioTM FD development team. Sachin has more than 14 years of collective professional experience in onshore, offshore and subsea sectors. His areas of interest include Data Analytics, Digital Transformation, Optimization, Installation Engineering, Subsea Operations, Advanced FEA, Fire and Blast Analysis and Design. He has earned bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Civil Engineering and has recently completed the Business Analytics Program (HBAP) from Harvard Business School. He also serves on the ASCE OTC Technical Committee and is the chairperson for the Digital Session in OTC 2021. He also a guest lecturer at Texas A&M University, Galveston.
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