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Advances in Sensor Technology Research to Support Drilling AutomationIncludes Credits
The University of Texas at Austin has been working on advanced sensor technologies over the last 6 years in a bid to improve the safety and efficiency of drilling operations, and to reduce uncertainty with regards to data and situational awareness.
Fracpack Anomalies and Its Impact on Productivity in Deepwater WellsIncludes Credits
Fracpacking and fracturing are well established techniques carried out for sand control and production enhancement respectively. This talk will focus on typical anomalies that may be encountered during pre-fracture diagnostics and discuss tactical strategies to either delay the pumping treatment to establish a better connectivity or set expectations on treatment and productivity outcomes when these anomalies are noticed via case histories.
Complete the Machine Learning Life Cycle with Production DeploymentIncludes Credits
The talk will focus on the next crucial steps to operationalize a successful Machine Learning pilot. In order to start capturing business value of a model for competitive advantage, it needs to be effectively deployed into production.
Causes for Cement Plug Failures and Proactive Measures to Maximize SuccessIncludes Credits
It is quite well known within the Industry that cement plug placement and its success in the first attempt is challenging. There are multitude of reasons for failures, such as improper hole cleaning, lack of adequate support for the cement plug, placement techniques, inadequate volume etc. T
Community Health and Wellbeing: a Pillar of Responsible and Sustainable ProjectsIncludes Credits
Public health integrates occupational and community health initiatives to enhance the wellbeing of its workforce, their families and the communities. Speakers present internal process for identifying and managing health impacts.
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