SPE Online Education
Harnessing the Power of Industrial IoT for Upstream Oil & Gas Production
Recorded On: 10/24/2017
Oil & gas producers have deferred investment for some time but to address long-term business needs the production companies can no longer defer modernization and now invest for cost reduction. New technology such as wireless sensor networks, analytics software, and cloud computing makes condition monitoring for a broader scope of process equipment practical, including from an engineering center, and enable new IIoT-based business models requiring no capital outlay. Results from easy to replicate digital transformation and de-manning solutions include extended life of production equipment, reduced maintenance spend, reduced energy cost and losses, reduced personnel cost, improved productivity, and increased production.
This webinar is categorized under the Data Science and Engineering Analytics discipline.
Jonas has over thirty years of experience in I&C and is responsible for helping plants adopt new technologies. He is SME in fieldbus, wireless, and IIoT. Jonas sits on the ISA104 and ISA108 standards committees and steering committee of the FieldComm Group in AP. He is the author of two books, contributed to several others, and is frequently featured in articles. Jonas is the editor of the IEC 61804-6 standard, holds patents in safety communications and occasionally acts as adjunct lecturer.