05T Enabling Data Analytics

05T Enabling Data Analytics

04 Sep 2019, 10:00 - 12:00

Room 4
Language:
English

Data analytics has the potential to inform and transform the energy industry in many different ways. But, strong building blocks need to be in place to allow the data to be gathered and processed in a useful and meaningful manner. This session will look at a range of innovative technologies and methodologies that are being developed to facilitate this step change in industry.

 

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Contributors

  • Lindsay Grant

    Chairperson

    Wood Mackenzie

  • Stephen Holtz

    Chairperson

    Halliburton

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