Emerging Computing Technologies in Oil & Gas

January 29-30, 2019 – Houston, TX

As the oil and gas industry continues to digitize and utilize technology to improve operational and resource efficiency there is a fast-growing market at the cutting edge of innovation.

Data can now be gathered, processed and communicated far more quickly and efficiently. New computing technologies reduce the amount of data being sent for processing and allows for quicker synthesis and increased responsiveness. Hardware can now go beyond monitoring and reporting – emerging computing technology allows for instant data processing; facilitating real time response and action.

Why the need for innovation?

  • Massively reduce response time by saving time in monitoring oil and gas pipelines
  • Overcome the challenges of low margins in traditional exploration activities
  • Improve operational efficiency to drive productivity
  • Seamlessly communicate with a dispersed global or regional workforce
  • Process an ever growing pools of data – often siloed and in different locations
  • Do more with less and achieve production optimisation
  • Seek automated, dynamic alternatives for the delivery of IT services
  • Collaborate across wide partner networks
  • Quickly deploy new services
  • Achieve scalability with maximum speed and responsiveness

Panel Discussion – 9:30am – 10:30am Jan 29

TrendMiner will be participating in the keynote panel where we will be discussing how emerging computing tech can improve data collection, communication & analysis.

Join us at the show listen to the panel discuss answers to questions such as:

  • IoT and digitalization is flooding the industry with data – now what?
  • How can operators get maximum value out of their data?
  • Data transfer – how can data be securely stored and transferred from the edge?
  • Connecting data sources and processing capacity – how can computing technology help ensure the right data is in the right place at the right time?
  • The right data – using computing technology to vet and clean data before analysis

Join us there!

Full event information and booking details are available via the Energy Conference Network website.