ON-DEMAND VIRTUAL SESSION
On Demand: Digital Twins Case Study
- Process-based industries and plants are uniquely placed to benefit from digitalisation
- They have plenty of data, IT infrastructure and a skilled workforce
- A variety of solutions are now available in the digital twin space
- The fastest and most efficient way to profit from digital twin projects is data-driven digital twins
- They combine all the company data available and utilize existing IT infrastructure
- The outcome can be up 10% unit cost reduction in less than six months
|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?
Alan Bibb - Neptune Energy
David Crawley - College of Technology, 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
Brent Kedzierski - Shell
Shannon Katcher - Gas Technology Institute
Daniel Sawyer - CTG
Edigio Marotta - ChampionX
Here our panelists will discuss the most effective approach to defining key priorities, goals, timelines and budget, including:
• Designing twins with maintenance in mind
Enterprise-wide transformation is only possible by powering Digital Twins technology with human expertise. Join and hear more about:
From proof-of-concept to rollout: here you will learn more about the importance of evaluating deployment priorities, from quality to safety and desired outcome.
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.
Discussion one: where are the top opportunities for Digital Twins in oil and gas?
Discussion two: Training and development requirements – how to stay on top of evolving technology
Discussion three: identifying industry partners with the specialized skillsets for oil and gas
Discussion four: Towards carbon reduction goals – the opportunity presented by Digital Twins
Discussion five: Communicating the value to key stakeholders
|Thursday, December 2, 2021|
In this presentation, you will learn how Equinor developed the first version(s) digital twin in 6 months. The session will cover areas such as:
While the choice of the technology itself is paramount, the fact remains that its success is dependent on effective leadership. This session will cover:
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
Panel discussion: 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:
Despite the opportunities, a lack of know-how, training and process-disconnect is hampering the pace of Digital Twins adoption. This session will look at the current impediments to Digital Twins adoption and evaluate the most effective strategy to drive the industry forward. Topics to be discussed will include: