ON-DEMAND VIRTUAL SESSION
|On Demand: Digital Twins Case Study|
|On Demand: Digital Twins implementation at Neptune Energy - an interview with Alan Bibb|
|On Demand: Embarking on your Digital Twin journey: ensuring a successful rollout across your asset portfolio|
|On Demand: Getting Started with Digital Twins|
|On Demand: Getting started with YOUR digital twin|
|On Demand: The Digital Twin Applied to E&P|
|Wednesday, December 1, 2021|
Opening keynote presentation: Leveraging a Digital Twin to increase asset productivity, reliability and performance for operators
This session will deep-dive into how to gather real-time data from sensors to know the state, performance and condition of all assets, including:
Panel discussion: How has Covid accelerated the adoption of Digital Twins for oil and gas: optimizing costs and ensuring production sustainability?
Liette Ocker - Ocker Consulting
David Crawley - University of Houston
Dr. Clare Schoene - Schlumberger
This panel discussion will focus on how oil and gas companies have used Digital Twins throughout the pandemic to reduce costs and ensure operational sustainability. Was Covid 19 the black swan event that forced companies to overhaul their operations and legacy systems?
Panel discussion: designing a Digital Twin Blueprint for oil and gas companies: aligning people, process and technology
Shannon Katcher - GTI
Daniel Sawyer - CTG
Egidio Marotta - ChampionX
David Lafferty - Scientific Technical Services
Here our panelists will discuss the most effective approach to defining key priorities, goals, timelines and budget, including:
• Designing twins with maintenance in mind
Solution-Centric vs. Product-Centric: Best practices for achieving an enterprise-wide scalable digital twin
This session will provide insights and lessons on maximizing the value of your Digital Twin:
To what extent does the adoption of Digital Twins contribute to global decarbonization goals and the path to net-zero emissions for the oil and gas industry? This presentation will review how to:
Bridge the gap between where companies are and where they need to be from a carbon emissions perspective.
Interactive roundtable 2: Training and development requirements – how to stay on top of evolving technology
Interactive roundtable 3: Towards carbon reduction goals – the opportunity presented by Digital Twins
|4:30 PM - 5:30 PM|
|Thursday, December 2, 2021|
This presentation will provide an overview of what Digital Twins mean for ConocoPhillips and then highlight some of the major activities ongoing in the company. Topics to be covered include:
Along the way we will share some examples of what worked and what failed!
Michael Moore, Ph.D. will be sharing strategies and approaches for leveraging the industry-leading graph data technology to build large-scale digital twins capable of unifying data across disparate sources, delivering rich analytics, and supporting near real-time monitoring of critical assets. Also hear how Neo4j digital twin analytical use cases include data discovery, predictive maintenance, bill of materials management and network dependency analyses.
While the choice of the technology itself is paramount, the fact remains that its success is dependent on effective leadership. This session will cover:
Conjoining Digital Twins: From designing disparate twin's interaction to the commercial impact of twin interoperability
Predictive maintenance of existing assets is critical to reducing carbon emissions in power generation and O&G industry within the energy sector, while helping the customers generate revenue and remain in emissions compliance. This talk presents the important role that digital twins could play, in combination with other industry 4.0 technologies, towards the broader objective of decarbonizing the energy sector and transitioning into low-carbon energy to fight climate change. Topics for discussion will include studies involving decarbonization through operational costs (OPEX) reduction using digital twins in
Fireside Chat: How are Digital Twins changing the face of maintenance and repair for oil and gas companies
This session will drill down into the ways that Digital Twins are transforming the way oil and gas companies approach, plan, and execute repair and maintenance work, including: