• November 29, 2013

    Blog 5 | Technology Not the be-all-and-end-all

    New technology for integrated operations not only brings changes that speed up the amount and quality of information available to operators, but also inevitably changes the way in which people work. Companies that integrate advances in information and communication technology and processes with workforce-related solutions will be on the cutting edge of the industry’s “quiet revolution.”

    Clearly the movement to use real-time data and information technology is changing the way we work. … Click here

  • November 01, 2013

    Blog 4 | Digital Architecture leads to “Intelligent” Platforms

    Technology trends in upstream oil and gas exploration and production provide the potential for operators to improve recovery, optimize production, and drive operational efficiencies.

    Already, many operators are benefiting from the predictive intelligence capabilities inherent in digital network architectures for instrumentation, valves, and controls. … Click here

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